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“The Play of Mistaken Identities on the Porta Nuova, Palermo,” Another Image: Jews and Muslims Made Visible in Christian Iberia and Beyond, Fourteenth to Eighteenth Centuries, eds. B. Franco and A. Urquízar (Brill, forthcoming 2019).
Co-author with Silvia Bottinelli, “’La casa va con la città’: the ‘Lorenzo il Magnifico e le Arti” Exhibition of 1949,” California Italian Studies 7:1 (2017) online.
“Aphrodisium expugnato: The Siege of Mahdia in the Habsburg Imaginary,” Il Capitale Culturale 6 (2017): online.
“Writing the Dead: Pietro della Valle on the Ottoman-Safavid Border,” Muqarnas:An Annual on the Visual Cultures of the Islamic World 34 (2017): 197-221.
“Framing Khoja Sefer in the Sala Regia of the Quirinal Palace in Rome (1610-1617),” Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies24 (2015): 3-28.
“Locating the Chaldean Embassy to Pope Paul V in the Sala Regia of the Palazzo Quirinale in Rome,” Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome59-60 (2014-2015): 310-335.
“Popes, Patriarchs, and Print: Representing Chaldeans in Renaissance Rome,” Renaissance Studies28 (2014): 405-425.
“Lost in Translation: Portraits of Sitti Maani Gioerida della Valle in Baroque Rome,”Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal7 (2012): 241-260.
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