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- 2016. The News of Empire: Telegraphy, Journalism, and the Politics of Reporting in Colonial India, c.1830-1900. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
Articles in Refereed Journals
- 2017. “Technological Anxieties: Telecom Towers and Public Health Controversies in Urban India”. Contemporary South Asia, 25, no. 2, 196-211.
- 2014. “Telegraphy and Journalism in Colonial India, c.1830s-1900”. History Compass 12, 387-397.
- 2013. “19-seiki Indo ni okeru shimbun to gijutsu: Denshin wo jirei ni” [Newspapers and Technology in Nineteenth-Century India: The Case of the Telegraph]. Journal of the Japanese Association for South Asian Studies 25, 128-151. (In Japanese)
- 2010. “The Medium and Its Message: Reporting the Austro-Prussian War in the Times of India”. Historical Social Research 35, 167-187.
Chapters in Edited Volumes and Articles in Encyclopaedias
- (Forth. 2018). “An Imperial Ideology of News: News Values and Reporting about Japan in Colonial India”. In Edinburgh History of the British and Irish Press, vol. 2: Expansion and Evolution, 1800-1900, ed. by David Finkelstein. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
- 2016. “Imperial Posts and Telegraphs”. In Encyclopedia of Empire, ed. by John M. MacKenzie, pp. 1-6. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.
- 2013. “‘All the News That's Fit to Print?’ Reuter's Telegraphic News Service in Colonial India”. In Global Communication Electric: Business, News and Politics in the World of Telegraphy, ed. by M. Michaela Hampf and Simone Mueller-Pohl, pp. 223-245. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag.
- 2013. “The ‘Indian Coolie Mission’ in Fiji: Discourses of Labour, Religion and Race in the Australasian Methodist Missionary Review”. In Missions and Media: The Politics of Missionary Periodicals in the Long Nineteenth-Century, ed. by Felicity Jensz and Hanna Acke, pp. 169-186. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.
- 2012. Yamasaki, Akiko. “Handicrafts and Gender in Modern Japan”, trans. Amelia Bonea. Journal of Modern Craft 5, 259-274.