• Hoysala Heritage of Belur-Halebeedu, Karnataka, for UNESCO and the Government of Karnataka, research, curator-ship, and narrative text for exhibition, May 2008.

Journal Articles

  • Why development needs culture.” In Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 2011.
  • “The Hoysala Heritage Towns of Karnataka: Managing the Cultural Identity of Historic Urban Places.” In Context, (DRONAH), April 2008.
  • “Indigene Moderne: Über Architektur und Ambivalenz in Indien.” In ArchPlus(Germany), November 2007
  • “Recovering an Urban Past.” In Architecture + Design, Vol. XXIV, no. 7, July 2007, pp. 50-58
  • “Teaching Architectural History in South Asia: Looking Back Moving Ahead, History and Modernization”. Invited article, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, vol.61, no.3, September 2002.
  • “Mansions to Margins: Modernity and the Domestic Landscapes of Old Delhi, 1857-1910″. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, vol.60, no.1, March 2001. View the document (pdf).
  • “Globalism, Architectural Pedagogy, and Non-Western Cultures”. In the Proceedings of the Association of the Collegiate Schools of Architecture National Meeting, Baltimore, March 2001.
  • “Fractured Plans: Real Estate, Moral Reform, and the Politics of Housing in New Delhi, 1936-1941″. In Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review, Vol.11, Number 1, Fall 1999.
  • “Real Estate and Moral Reform: The Cultural Politics of Planned Residential Communities for New Delhi”. In the proceedings of the International Association of Housing Science World Congress on Housing, San Francisco, June 1999.
  • Nurturing culture for the sustainable development of urban and rural areas at Third UNESCO World Forum on Culture and Cultural Industries-Culture works for sustainable development, 3rd October 2014. Click here

Book Chapters

Monographs and Reports

  • Culture: A Driver and an Enabler of Sustainable Development. UN System Task Team on the Post-2015 UN Development Agenda, Thematic Think Piece, UNESCO, May 2012
  • The Power of Culture for Development: BrochureExcerpt: Culture, in all its dimensions, is a fundamental component of sustainable development. As a sector of activity, through tangible and intangible heritage, creative industries and various forms of artistic expressions, culture is a powerful contributor to economic development, social stability and environmental protection. UNESCO, September2010. Consult the Brochure (pdf).
  • Value of Heritage to Sustainable Development: UNESCO Cultural Diversity Programming Lens, Thematic Toolkit. UNESCO, December 2009.
  • Tipu Sultan and Srirangapatna, Documentation of a Multimedia Production, for the Archaeological Survey of India. March 2009. See more about the project.
  • Destination Hoysala: Strategies and Conceptual Design for Product/Infrastructure Development for the Hoysala Heritage Region, for the Government of Karnataka, February, 2009.
  • Conceptual and Schematic Design for Tourism Infrastructure and Amenities for a selected Site in Belur, Karnataka, for the Government of Karnataka, February, 2009.
  • Planning and Regulating Heritage in Urban Environments. A Presentation by Dr. Jyoti Hosagrahar, for UNESCO, December 2008. View the document (pdf).
  • Living Monuments: International Perspectives on the Protection of Historic Monuments and Sites in Urban Settings, for the Archaeological Survey of India., December 2008.
  • Indian Heritage Passport Program : On the Hoysala Trail in Karnataka, Concept Paper. A monograph for UNESCO and the Government of Karnataka, Department of Kannada and Culture, Information and Tourism, June 2007. With input from Yushi Kawaguchi and Moe Chiba. View the document (pdf).See more about the project.
  • Sustainable Conservation and Development of Srirangapatna Heritage Town. Monograph prepared for the Department of Archaeology, Heritage, and Museums, Government of Karnataka, India, March 2007. See more about the project.
  • Srirangapatna: An Integrated Approach to Conservation and Development. Monograph to the Department of Culture, Government of Karnataka, India, 2004.
  • Hampi: Comments on Preliminary Site Management Plan. Paper to the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, Karnataka Chapter, 2003.
  • City Design as Process Design: Some comments on the proposed design of the New City of Bangalore, India. Monograph to the Krisson Consortium, San Francisco and Bangalore 1997.

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