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"Queen Charlotte and the Royal Narratives of Boydell's Shakespeare Prints" in Gordon McMullan and Kate Retford (eds.), Shakespeare's Afterlife in the Royal Collection (Oxford University Press, forthcoming, 2024)

“Governing from the Country House: Landscape and the Aesthetics of Colonial Rule in India, 1780-1830” in Romantic Environmental Sensibility: Nature, Class and Empire, ed. Ve-Yin Tee (Edinburgh University Press, 2022)

"A Sentimental Empire of Things: Queen Victoria's Indian Gifts" in British Women and the Cultural Practices of Empire, 1770-1940, eds. Rosie Dias and Kate Smith (Bloomsbury Academic, 2018)

"Introduction" (with Kate Smith) to British Women and Cultural Practices of Empire, 1770-1940, eds. Rosie Dias and Kate Smith (Bloomsbury Academic, 2018)

"Recording and Representing India: The East India Company's Landscape Practices" and "A Map of Kolkata in 1785", Picturing Places (British Library, 2017)

Exhibiting Englishness: John Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery and the Formation of a National Aesthetic (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2013)

"City in the Sea: Venice's Canals and Waterways in Film", plus entries on Summertime (Lean, 1990), The Comfort of Strangers (Schrader, 1990), The Wings of the Dove (Softley, 1997), The Merchant of Venice (Radford, 2004) and Casanova (Hallström, 2005), in Michael Pigott (ed.), World Film Locations: Venice (Bristol: Intellect Books, 2013)

"Venetian Secrets: Benjamin West and the Contexts of Colour at the Royal Academy" in John Barrell, Mark Hallett and Sarah Monks (eds.), Living with the Royal Academy: Artistic Ideals and Experiences in England, 1768-1848 (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013)

"Memory and the Aesthetics of Military Experience: Viewing the Landscape of the Anglo-Mysore Wars", Tate Papers, Issue 19 (Spring 2013)

"Colour, Effect and the Formation of an English School of Painting" in Peter Humfrey (ed.), The Reception of Titian in Britain (Turnhout: Broepols, 2013)

"Loyal Subjects?: Exhibiting the Hero of James Northcote's Death of Wat Tyler" in Visual Culture in Britain, Volume 8, Number 2, Winter 2007 , pp. 21-43

‘ “A World of Pictures”: Pall Mall and the Topography of Display, 1780-1799’ in Miles Ogborn and Charles Withers, Georgian Geographies: Space, Place and Landscape in the Eighteenth Century (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004