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Articles and Chapters
“Disputing the Power of the Vernacular in Sanskrit.” In Signs and Signification in a Global Comparative Perspective: Premodern and Early Modern Sources in Original and Translation, edited by Glenn Most and Maria Avxentevskaya. Ancient Languages and Civilizations Series: Brill.
“The Epistemology of Difference: Caste and the Question of Natural Kinds in the Courts of Medieval India,” Journal of South Asian Intellectual History. Access
“When Is Medicine? Contesting the Temporality of Healing in Precolonial South Asia.” Journal for the History of Knowledge 4, no. 1 (2023). Access
“Practices of Translation in Medieval Kannada Sciences: Removing the Conflict Between Textual Authority and the Worldly?” In Narratives on Translation across Eurasia and Africa: From Babylonia to Colonial India, edited by Sonja Brentjes, Jens Høyrup, and Bruce O’Brien, 249–70. Turnhout, Belhium: Brepols Publishers, 2022. Access
“The uses of useful knowledge and the languages of vernacular science: Perspectives from southwest India,” History of Science 59, no. 3 (2021): 256–86. Access
Scholarly Book Reviews
Review of An Unholy Brew: Alcohol in Indian History and Religion by James McHugh. Journal of Asian Studies.
Review of Body and Cosmos: Studies in Early Indian Medical and Astral Sciences in honor of Kenneth G. Zysk, eds. Toke Lindegaard Knudsen, Jacob Schmidt-Madsen, and Sara Speyer. Asian Medicine.
“How Not to Tell the History of Science,” Boston Review. Access
“Searching for religion in the laboratory” [Review of Science and Religion in India: Beyond Disenchantment by Renny Thomas] Physics Today 75 (9): 55–56. Access
Review of Words of Destiny: Practicing Astrology in North India, by Caterina Guenzi. Isis: A Journal of the History of Science Society. Access
Review of History and Theory of Knowledge Production: An Introductory Outline, by Rajan Gurukkal. Indian Economic & Social History Review 57 (3): 421–23. Access
Review of Empires of Knowledge: Scientific Networks in the Early Modern World, Edited by Paula Findlen (Review No. 2355). Reviews in History. Access
“Empathetic Criticism” [Review of Therigatha: Poems of the First Buddhist Women Translated by Charles Hallisey]. Public Books.