With Emily Hagen, “What Do We Know about the Future of Art History? Part 2, Dissertations since 1980,” a special essay in caa.reviews, June 28, 2021.

Grounded Terrains and Vertical Landscapes in Eighteenth-Century Asia.” In Crafting Artisanal Praxis: Networks of Power in the Long Eighteenth Century. Eds. Lauren Cannady and Jennifer Ferng, 297-300. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2021.

From Surat to Jidda: Picturing the Western Indian Ocean Port City.” In The Seas and the Mobility of Islamic Art. Ed. Radha Dalal, Sean Roberts, and Jochen Sokoly (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2021), 184-99. 

A Field without Fieldwork: Sustaining the Study of Islamic Architecture in the 21st Century,” International Journal of Islamic Architecture 10:1 (2021): 99-109.

Yemeni Manuscripts Online: Digitization in an Age of War and Loss,” in Manuscript Studies: A Journal of the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies 5.1 (Spring 2020): 1-44. [Scholarly Commons page and pdf]

A New Agenda for a Global Eighteenth-Century Art History,” in “Reflections on HECAA at 25: A Roundtable Discussion,” Journal18: a journal of eighteenth-century art and culture 9 (Spring 2020).

Nested Containers for Maritime Journeys: Aromatic Gifts around the Late-Seventeenth- and Early-Eighteenth-Century Indian Ocean,” West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture 25:2 (Fall-Winter 2018): 199-223. [pdf]

With Anne Regourd, “From Mountain to Mountain: An Epilogue,” in From Mountain to Mountain: Exchange between Yemen and Ethiopia, Medieval to Modern.” Chroniques du manuscrit au Yémen, Special Issue 1 (Installment 3, 2018), 137-40. [pdf of the complete issue]

The Many Narratives of the kiti cha enzi: Unresolved Strands of Dispersal and Meaning around the Indian Ocean.” In World on the Horizon: Swahili Arts across the Indian Ocean. Exh. Cat. Ed. Prita Meier and Allyson Purpura, 146-162. Urbana: Krannert Art Museum/Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2018. [pdf]

Mocha: Maritime Architecture on Yemen’s Red Sea Coast.” In ‘Architecture That Fills My Eye’: The Building Heritage of Yemen. Exh. Cat. Ed. Trevor H.J. Marchand, 60-69. London: Gingko Library, 2017. [pdf]

Aromatics, Stimulants, and their Vessels: The Material Culture and Rites of Merchant Interaction in 18th-century Mocha.” In On Art and Exchange in the Islamicate World during the 17th and 18thCenturies. Ed. by Sussan Babaie and Melanie Gibson, 56-67. London: Gingko Library, 2017. [pdf]

Chairs, Writing Tables, and Chests: Indian Ocean Furniture and the Postures of Commercial Documentation in Yemen, 1700-1750.” In Objects in Motion in the Early Modern World. Ed. D. Bleichmar and M. Martin, 122-35. London: Wiley Blackwell, 2016. Also published as: Chairs, Writing Tables, and Chests: Indian Ocean Furniture and the Postures of Commercial Documentation in Yemen, 1700-1750.” In Objects in Motion in the Early Modern World, ed. D. Bleichmar and M. Martin, a special issue of Art History 38:4 (September 2015): 718-31. [pdf]

With Leah Clark, “The Art of Embassy: Situating Objects and Images in the Early Modern Diplomatic Encounter.” In “The Art of Embassy: Objects and Images of Early Modern Diplomacy,” ed. N. Um and L. R. Clark, a special issue of Journal of Early Modern History 20:1 (2016): 3-18. [pdf]

Foreign Doctors at the Imam’s Court: Medical Diplomacy in Yemen’s Coffee Era.” In “Transcultural Networks in the Indian Ocean, 16th-18th centuries: Europeans and Indian Ocean Societies in Interaction.” Ed. Su Fang Ng, a special issue of Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 48:2 (July 2015): 261-88. [pdf]

1636 and 1726: Yemen after the First Ottoman Era.” In Asia Inside Out: Changing Times,vol. 1. Ed. E. Tagliacozzo, H. Siu, and P. Purdue, 112-34. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2015. [pdf]

Reflections on the Red Sea Style: Beyond the Surface of Coastal Architecture.” Northeast African Studies 12:1 (2012): 243-71. [pdf]

Spatial Negotiations in a Commercial City: The Red Sea Port of Mocha, Yemen during the First Half of the Eighteenth Century.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 62:2 (June 2003): 178-93. [pdf]