The Place of Many Moods: Udaipur’s Painted Lands and India’s Eighteenth Century. Princeton University Press, 2020. See, https://press.princeton.edu/books/ebook/9780691209111/the-place-of-many-moods [Awarded the American Institute of Indian Studies’ Edward Cameron Dimock, Jr. Prize for the best unpublished book manuscript in the Indian Humanities ]
“Lakes Within Lake-Palaces: A Material History of Pleasure in Eighteenth-Century India,” in Liquescent: Spatializing Water in Global South Asia, 1500-2000, edited by Sugata Ray and Venugopal Maddipati, 60–92. New Delhi: Routledge, 2019.
“The Joys of Bonding,” in Visions of Paradise: Indian Paintings in the National Gallery, edited by Wayne Crothers, 108–117. Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, 2018.
“Arrivals at Distant Lands: Artful Letters and Entangled Mobilities in the Indian Ocean Littoral,” in The Nomadic Object: The Challenge of World for Early Modern Religious Art, edited by Christine Göttler and Mia M. Mochizuki. Special Issue of Journal Intersections: Yearbook for Early Modern Studies (Vol.15). Leiden: Brill, 2018, 571–605.
“Marginal, Mobile, Multilayered: Painted Invitation Letters as Bazaar Objects in Early Modern India,” Journal18, no.1 (Spring 2016), http://www.journal18.org/527
“Jagvilasa: Picturing Worlds of Pleasure and Power in Eighteenth-Century Udaipur Painting," In A Magic World: New Visions of Indian Painting In Tribute to Ananda Coomaraswamy's Rajput Painting of 1916, edited by Molly Emma Aitken, 74–87. Mumbai: Marg Publications, 2016.
“Engraved Epics: Ornamented Metal Objects,” in Treasures of the Albert Hall, Jaipur, edited by Chandramani Singh, 58–67. New Delhi: Mapin Publishing, 2009.
“‘Designs to Suit Every Taste’: P. Orr and Sons and Swami silver,” in Delight in Design: Indian silver for the Raj, edited by Vidya Dehejia, 20–37. Ahmedabad: Mapin Publishing, 2008.
Jagmandir on Lake Pichola. Penguin publications and Maharana Mewar Foundation, New Delhi, Udaipur, 2002. Co-authored with Raju Mansukhani.
To access articles, see https://nyu.academia.edu/DiptiKhera
“Eat, Pray, Love”: Painted Worlds in India
Arts of Mughal India: Monumental Histories and Material Pasts
From Kama to Kant: Sense and Sensuality in South Asian Arts
From Delhi to the Deccan: Art and Mobility in South Asia (co-taught with Finbarr Barry Flood)
Empires of Pleasure across Eighteenth-Century Cultures (co-taught with Meredith Martin)
South Asian Art I: Indus Valley to 1200
South Asian Art II: 1200 to the Present
Beyond and Between the Mughal and British Empires: Cross Cultural Encounters in South Asian Art, 1500-1900
Place, Landscape, and Travel in the Arts of South Asia