2018     Sufi Icons: Jahānārā, Dārā Shikoh and the Birth of a Genre, in eds. Adam Hardy              and Laxshmi Greaves, South Asian Archaeology and Art: Proceedings of the                    2016 European Association of Cardiff. London, 2018 (peer-reviewed journal)       

2017     The Bread of Mercy: An Illustration from the Mantiq al-Tair, Metropolitan                        Museum of Art, Department of Islamic Art "Ruminations" collection blog (blog                  article)
2013     Miniature Painting in Pakistan: Divergences Between Traditional and                                Contemporary Practice, Guggenheim Global Art Initiative (blog article)

2012     Reconciling Traditional and Contemporary Practice in Present-Day Miniature                    Painting in Pakistan, Hand Papermaking Magazine, Winter 2012 Issue


2018     Miraculous Images: Buddhist, Muslim, Christian, University of Virginia,                            Charlottesville, VA
            Workshop symposium hosted by the Department of Art and Architectural History

            Arts of Islam Symposium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 
            Paper: "Modern and Contemporary Miniaturist Painting in Pakistan: A                              Practitioner's Perspective"

2017     John Lockwood Kipling: The Legacy, Bard Graduate Center, New York, NY
            Paper: “From Musawwari to Miniature: The Transition of a Painting Tradition                    into a Contemporary Art Form"

            American Council for Southern Asian Art’s (ACSAA) Symposium, Cambridge, MA              Co-chair for the panel, "Defining the Portrait in South Asia: Form and Function"


2018    "Objects of Devotion: Images of Muslim Saints and their Patronage in India,"                    Association for Asian Studies Conference, Washington, DC

2017     "'Dervishes' in the Dārā Shikoh Album: the birth and evolution of Sufi                              portraiture under the patronage of Dārā Shikoh," 
            Historians of Islamic Art Association Majlis, Middle East Studies Association                      Meeting, Washington, DC

            “Sufi Saints as Agents of Transculturation in Early-Modern South Asia,”                            European Association for Asian Art and Archeology Conference, Zurich,                            Switzerland
            “Sufi Icons: Mullā Shah, Jahanārā, Dārā Shikoh and the Birth of a Genre,"                        Metropolitan Museum of Art Fellows Colloquium, New York, NY
            “Autonomy Under the Shadow of Colonialism: 18th and 19th century portraits of              Muslim Saints from North India,” South Asia by the Bay Graduate Conference,                  Stanford University, Stanford, CA
            “Literary and Visual Evidence for the Use of Sufi Portraiture as a Spiritual Device              in Early Modern South Asia,” Midwest Art History Association Annual Meeting,                  Cleveland, OH
2016     “Remembering the Friends of God: Indian Muslim Devotional Portraiture as an                 Aid to Spiritual Remembrance,” European Association for South Asian Art and                 Archeology, 23rd Biennial Conference, Cardiff, Wales
2015     “A Case Study from the Lahore Museum: Reconsidering Geographical, Political                 and Sectarian Boundaries in the Historiography of 18th Century North Indian                   Painting,” Texas Asia Conference, University of Texas, Austin, TX
             “Divergences Between Traditional and Contemporary Miniature Painting                           Practice,” Southeast Regional Conference of the Association for Asian Studies,                 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA