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Dohmen, Renate (2019). Counter-Epistemologies of the Global South: Indian Floor Drawings Re-envisaged. South Asian Popular Culture, 16(2-3) pp. 235–244. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Dohmen, Renate (2018). The Global, the Post-Abyssal and the Cosmopolitical: Casting a Creative Post-Underdeveloped, Post-Peripheral, Tropical Eye. In: Di Paola, Modesta ed. Cosmopolitics and Biopolitics. Ethics and Aesthetics in Contemporary Art. Art, Globalization, Interculturality. Barcelona: Barcelona University Press, pp. 77–94.


Dohmen, Renate (2016). Encounters beyond the Gallery. Relational Aesthetics and Cultural Difference? International Library of Modern and Contemporary Art. London: I.B.Tauris.

Dohmen, Renate (2016). All Bark and No Bite: India at Tate Britain’s ‘Artist and Empire’ Exhibition. Third Text Forum: Artist and Empire Part 1: Tate. file

Dohmen, Renate (2016). A fraught challenge to the status quo: The 1883-4 Calcutta International Exhibition, conceptions of art and industry, and the politics of world fairs. In: Nichols, Kate; Wade, Rebecca and Williams, Gabriel eds. Art versus Industry? New Perspectives on Visual and Industrial Cultures in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Studies in Design and Material Culture. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 199–216.

Dohmen, Renate (2016). Material (Re)collections of the ‘Shiny East’: A Late Nineteenth-Century Travel Account by a Young British Woman in India. In: Henes, Mary and Murray, Brian H. eds. Travel Writing, Visual Culture and Form, 1760–1900. Palgrave Studies in Nineteenth-Century Writing and Culture. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 42–64.


Dohmen, Renate (2013). Towards a cosmopolitan criticality: Relational aesthetics, Rirkrit Tiravanija and transnational encounters with pad thai. Open Arts Journal(1) pp. 35–46. file


Dohmen, Renate (2012). Memsahibs and the “Sunny East”: Representations of British India by Millicent Douglas Pilkington and Beryl White. Victorian Literature and Culture, 40(1) pp. 153–177.


Dohmen, Renate (2004). The home in the world: women, threshold designs and performative relations in contemporary Tamil Nadu, south India. Cultural Geographies, 11(1) pp. 7–25.


Dohmen, Renate (2001). Happy Homes and the Indian Nation: Women's Designs in Post-colonial Tamil Nadu. Journal of Design History, 14(2) pp. 129–139.

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