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Shaw, J; (2016) Archaeological landscapes at Ramtek and Mansar: religion, politics and water in the Vakataka kingdom.

Shaw, J; (2013) Archaeologies of Buddhist propagation in ancient India: ‘ritual’ and ‘practical’ models of religious change. World Archaeology , 45 (1) 83 - 108. 10.1080/00438243.2013.778132. Green open access

Shaw, J; (2013) Archaeology of religious change: introduction. World Archaeology , 45 (1) 1 - 11. 10.1080/00438243.2013.783968. Green open access

Shaw, J; (2011) Monasteries, Monasticism and Patronage in Ancient India: Mawasa: a recently documented Hilltop Buddhist Complex in the Sanchi area of Madhya Pradesh. South Asian Studies , 27 (2) pp. 111-130. 10.1080/02666030.2011.614409.

Shaw, J; (2007) Landscape, Water and Religion in Ancient India, c. 3rd century BC to 6th century AD. Archaeology International , 2006/7 (10) 10.5334/ai.0912.

Shaw, J; (2006) Landscape, water and religion in ancient India. Archaelogy International , 2005/6 (9) pp. 43-48.

Shaw, J; (2004) Naga sculptures in Sanchi’s archaeological landscape: Buddhism, Vaisnavism and local agricultural cults in central India, first century BCE to fifth century CE. Artibus Asiae , 64 (1) pp. 5-59.

Shaw, J; (2004) Early historic landscapes in central India: recent archaeological investigations in districts Raisen and Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh, 2003-4. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in History and Archaeology , 1 pp. 143-150.

Shaw, J; (2000) Ayodhya’s sacred landscape: ritual memory, politics and archaeological “fact”. pp. 693-700.

Shaw, J; (2000) Sanchi and its archaeological landscape: Buddhist monasteries, settlements and irrigation works in central India. Antiquity , 74 pp. 775-776.

Shaw, J; Beck, A; (2016) The archaeological application of satellite remote-sensing in Central India.

Shaw, J; Beck, A; Stott, D; (2007) Best practice approaches for applying satellite imagery for landscape archaeological applications: a case study from the world heritage site of Sanchi, India. Proc. SPIE (Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring, GIS Applications, and Geology VII, 674905) , 6749

Shaw, J; Sutcliffe, JV; (2005) Ancient Dams and Buddhist Landscapes in the Sanchi area: New evidence on Irrigation, Land use and Monasticism in Central India. South Asian Studies , 21 pp. 1-24. 10.1080/02666030.2005.9628641.

Shaw, J; Sutcliffe, JV; (2003) Water management, patronage networks and religious change: new evidence from the Sanchi dam complex and counterparts in Gujarat and Sri Lanka. South Asian Studies , 19 pp. 73-104. 10.1080/02666030.2003.9628622.

Shaw, J; Sutcliffe, JV; (2003) Ancient dams, settlement archaeology and Buddhist propagation in central India: the hydrological background. Hydrological Sciences Journal , 48 (2) pp. 227-291. 10.1623/hysj.

Shaw, J; Sutcliffe, JV; (2001) Ancient irrigation works in the Sanchi area: an archaeological and hydrological investigation. South Asian Studies , 17 pp. 55-75. 10.1080/02666030.2001.9628592.

Shaw, J; Sutcliffe, JV; Lloyd-Smith, L; Schwenninger, J-L; Chauhan, MS; (2007) Ancient Irrigation and Buddhist History in Central India: Optically stimulated luminescence dates and pollen sequences from the Sanchi dams. Asian Perspectives , 46 (1) pp. 166-201.

Shaw, J.; Sutcliffe, J.; Lloyd-Smith, L.; Schwenninger, J.-L.; Chauhan, M.S.; Misra, O.P.; Harvey, E.; (2007) Ancient irrigation and Buddhist history in Central India: optically stimulated luminescence dates and pollen sequences from the Sanchi dams. Asian Perspectives , 46 (1) pp. 166-201.

Sutcliffe, J; Shaw, J; Brown, E; (2011) Historical water resources in South Asia: the hydrological background. HYDROLOG SCI J , 56 (5) 775 - 788. 10.1080/02626667.2011.587425.


Shaw, J; (2007) Buddhist Landscapes in Central India: Sanchi hill and archaeologies of religious and social change, c. 3rd century BC to 5th century AD. [Book]. British Association for South Asian Studies (British Academy); Leftcoast Press: London.

Shaw, J; Archaeologies of well-being: environmental ethics and Buddhist economics in ancient India. [Book].

Shaw, J.; (2007) Buddhist landscapes in Central India: Sanchi hill and archaeologies of religious and social change. BASAS Monographs. The British Association for South Asian Studies: London, UK.

Book chapter

Shaw, J; (2016) Hinduism and the Sungas. In: Hiltebeitel, A, (ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in Hinduism. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Shaw, J; (2015) Buddhist and non-Buddhist mortuary traditions in ancient India: stūpas, relics and the archaeological landscape. In: Renfrew, C and Boyd, M and Morley, I, (eds.) Death rituals and social order in the ancient world: Death shall have no dominion. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Shaw, J; (2014) Archaeologies of Buddhism and its landscape setting in central India: the Sanchi Survey Project. In: Garg, S, (ed.) Archaeology of Buddhism: recent discoveries in South Asia. SAARC Cultural Centre / Manohar Publishers: Colombo and New Delhi.

Shaw, J; (2013) Sanchi as an archaeological area. In: Chakrabarti, DK and Lal, M, (eds.) History of Ancient India. (pp. 388-427). Vivekananda International Foundation and Aryan Books: New Delhi, India.

Shaw, J; (2013) Raymond Allchin (1923 – 2010). In: Goldman, L, (ed.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography 2013. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Shaw, J; (2009) Stupas, monasteries and relics in the landscape: typological, spatial, and temporal patterns in the Sanchi area. In: Shimada, A and Hawkes, J, (eds.) Buddhist Stupas in South Asia: Recent Archaeological, Art-Historical, and Historical Perspectives. Oxford University Press: New Delhi.

Shaw, J; (2005) The archaeological setting of Buddhist monasteries in central India: a summary of a multi-phase survey in the Sanchi area, 1998-2000. In: Jarrige, C and Lefevre, V, (eds.) South Asian Archaeology 2001: proceedings of the 16th international conference of the European Association of South Asian Archaeologists. (pp. 665-676). Editions Recherche sur les Civilisations, ADPF Vol. 2: Paris.

Shaw, J; (2000) The Sacred Landscape. In: Willis, M, (ed.) Buddhist Reliquaries from Ancient India. (pp. 27-38). British Museum Press: London.

Shaw, J; (1999) Buddhist landscapes and monastic planning in eastern Malwa: the elements of intervisibility, surveillance and the protection of relics. In: Insoll, T, (ed.) Case Studies in Archaeology and World Religion: the proceedings of the Cambridge conference. (pp. 5-17). Archaeopress: Oxford.

Shaw, J; Archaeology of the Vindhyas. In: Archaeology of South Asia: Mondo dell'Archeologia. Enciclopedia Italiana: Rome.

Shaw, J; Sanchi. In: Archaeology of South Asia: Mondo dell'Archeologia. Enciclopedia Italiana: Rome.

Shaw, J; Satdhara. In: Archaeology of South Asia: Mondo dell'Archeologia. Enciclopedia Italiana: Rome.

Journal (full / special issue)

Shaw, J (Ed). (2016) Archaeologies of environmental ethics. [Whole issue]. World Archaeology , 48 (4).

Shaw, J (Ed). (2013) Archaeology of Religious Change. [Whole issue]. World Archaeology , 45 (1). (In press).

Madella, M and Osborne, R and Shaw, J (Eds). (2009) The Archaeology of Water. Special volume of World Archaeology 41.1. [Whole issue]. World Archaeology , 41 (1).

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