“Interpreting Across Mystical Boundaries: An Analysis of Samadhi in the Trika-Kaula Tradition.” Knut Jacobsen, ed., The Theory and Practice of Yoga: Essays in Honour of Gerald James Larson. Leiden: Brille, 2005.
“Plurality from Within: Towards Method in the Study of Tantra” in Contemporary Issues In Constructive Dharma. Volume II, Eds. Rita DasGupta Sherma and Adarsh Deepak, March-April, 2005, Deepak Heritage Books, Hampton, Virginia.
“A Union of Fire and Water: Sexuality and Spirituality in Hinduism,” in Dave Machacek and MelissaWilcox, eds., Sexuality and the World’s Religions. ABC-CLIO, Inc, 2003, pp.
“The Dance of Power: The Interweaving of Politics, Mysticism and Culture in Nepåla-Maˆ∂ala,” in Hugh Urban, Paul Muller-Ortega, and Glen Hayes, eds., Tantra in the Flesh: Eros, Secrecy, and Power in Tantric Traditions. Albany:SUNY Press, 2003.
“The Other Within: Deconstruction Unearths a Dark Lord.”Epoch„, Journal for the Study of Religions 22 [Fall 2000].
Vishvarupa Mandir: A Study of Changu Narayan, Nepal’s Most Ancient Temple. New Delhi: Nirala Publications, 1996.
“Sahaja Samådhi—The Innate Mystical Experience: A Discussion of Sådhana in the Trika-Kaulism of Abhinavagupta.” Epoch„, Journal for the Study of Religions 19 : 1-27.
Works Forthcoming and in Progress:
“The Discourse of Kings: Íåkta Tantra and the Semiotics of Transcendence,” in Fabio Rambelli, ed., Proceedings from the Society for Tantric Studies Conference on Semiotics and Tantra.
The Goddess Within and Beyond the Three Cities: Íåkta Tantra and the Paradox of Power in Nepåla- Maˆ∂ala. Forthcoming: SUNY Press, 2005.
Review of David P. Lawrence’s Rediscovering God Through Transcendental Argument (Albany: SUNY Press, 1998). Forthcoming in the International Journal of Hindu Studies.
Review of Dennis Hudson’s Protestant Origins in India : Tamil Evangelical Christians,1706-1835 (Studies in the History of Christian Missions) (Wm. B. Berdman’s, 2000). Forthcoming in the International Journal of Hindu Studies.