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God’s Mission in the 21st Century: Reflections on Theology and Practice

Lhasa in the Seventeenth Century: The Capital of the Dalai Lamas. Edited by Françoise Pommaret; Translated by Howard Solverson (Brill's Tibetan Studies Library vol. 3. Leiden: Brill, 2003)

“Protection and production: Soto de Roma in the Seventeenth century”, en Rosa Varela Gomez y Koldo Trapaga Monchet (dirs.), Arvores, barcos e homens na peninsula ibérica (séculos XVI-XVIII), Lisboa, IAP-IHC, 2017

The Book as a community of practice: Some thoughts on the research project A Manifesto for the Book, What will be the Canon for the Artist’s Book in the 21st Century?

‘Democracy’s blind eye: Justifying women’s rights in the nineteenth century’

“The Object as a Work of Art: Pros and Cons of the Art Market in the Seventeenth Century,” Introduction, Annual Meeting, College Art Association of America, Boston, 1996

Peiresc’s Orient: Antiquarianism as Cultural History in the Seventeenth Century

The Noblewoman's court in the sixteenth-century Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Lithuanian Historical Studies, 2005, vol. 8 : 2003, pp. 27–60.

Second is best: Dutch colonization on the ‘Wild Coast’ in the seventeenth century

XVII. YÜZYILA AİT BİR İNCİL TERCÜMESİ, Metin-İnceleme-Dizin (A Translation of the Gospel in the Seventeenth Century)

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