Prof. Dr. Sara Keller

ORCID: 0000-0002-2506-2887




Bücher (Monographien, Bücher in Co-Autorschaft und Sammelbände)


2022. Genesis of an Indian City. Urbanism and Architectural Knowledge in Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad: Navajivan - Darshak Itihas Nidhi.

2020. Erfurt, The Blue City / Die blaue Stadt. Mit Martin Christ and Jörg Rüpke. Auch als Ebook pdf.

2019. Knowledge and the Indian Ocean - Intangible Networks of Western India and Beyond, Palgrave Series in Indian Ocean World Studies, Palgrave Macmillan, XLI.

2015. Port Towns of Gujarat (Hrsg. mit Michael Pearson). Primus.



Zeitschriftenartikel und Kapitel in Sammelbänden

(In press) “Releasing temple gold. Spatial fix in medieval Saurashtra through water epigraphy” In Down by the Water: interdisciplinary studies in human-environment interactions in watery spaces, edited by E. MataixFerrándiz, V. Walker Vadillo, O. Khanina, and E. Holmqvist-Sipilä. British Archaeological Reports. 15-31.

2022. “Der frühe südasiatische Garten: Sinnlichkeit und Spiritualität um die Stadt.” in Gärten. Von der Naturbeherrschung zur gesellschaftlichen Utopie, herausgegeben von Alexander Thumfart, Bettina Hollstein und Sandra Tänzer. Wallstein. 55-89.

2022. “Les quartiers marchands des villes indiennes”. In Atlas des villes et territoires de l'Islam médiéval (Xe-XVe s.) edited by Sylvie Denoix and Elodie Vigouroux. Paris: CNRS Editions. pp. 230-31.

2022. “Entangling Urban and Religious History: A New Methodology (Version 1).” With Martin Christ, Martin Fuchs, Elisa Iori, Asuman Lätzer-Lasar, Klara-Maeve O'Reilly, Susanne Rau, Jörg Rüpke, Emiliano Rubens Urciuoli and Simone Wagner. Preprint on Zenodo.

2022. “Religion and urban waterscape in South Asia: Kankaria or the ghāt revisited.” Moderne Stadtgeschichte (MSG), Bd. 1. 69-83.

2021. “Cloistering Water: Technological Rupture, Religious Continuity (Western India, 16th century).” South Asian Studies Journal.

2021. “When South Asia Invented its Arch.” Marg Vol. 72 Issue 4. pp.118-125

2021. “La tour et la chute. Après le coronavirus, un nouveau regard sur l'homme et la nature.” In Covid-19, Tour du monde, edited by Shigehisa Kuriyma, Ota de Leonardis, Carlos Sonnenschein and Ibrahima Thioub. Paris, Manucius. pp 118-9.

2020. “False Cannons on Bharuch Barbican: A Fortified Custom House in an Active Port Town of Gujarat (16th Century Onwards).” In Ports and Fortifications in the Muslim World. Coastal Military Architecture from the Arab Conquest to the Ottoman Period (Fouilles de l'Institut Francais d'Archeologie Orientale), edited by Stéphane Pradines. pp. 159-172.

2019. “Introduction.” In Knowledge and the Indian Ocean. Intangible Networks of Western India and Beyond, edited by Sara Keller. Palgrave Series in Indian Ocean World Studies. Palgrave Macmillan. pp 1-15.

2019. “Scholars in Gujarat’s Bazaars –Revisiting L’académie ambulante (“The Roving Academy”).” Join paper with Fernando Rosa. In Knowledge and the Indian Ocean - Intangible Networks of Western India and Beyond, edited by Sara Keller. Palgrave Series in Indian Ocean World Studies, Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 87-112.

2017. “Les mètres et le vers des monuments muzaffarides. Réflexion sur le rôle et les outils de l’architecte dans le Gujarat du sultanat (Inde, XVe - XVIe siècle)”. Arts Asiatiques, Vol. 72, pp. 3-16.

2016. “Krishna dit”, in After Paris 13.11.15 - Conflits, exodes, attentats. Collaborative publication with preface by Pierre Musso. Manicius. pp. 124-8.

2016. “The first steps of the French adventure in India”, RFIEA n.14, June 2016, pp. 8-9.

2015. “Bharuch Fort during the pre-Sultanate Period”, in Ports of the Ancient Indian Ocean, edited by M.F. Boussac, J.F. Salles and J.B. Yon. Primus, pp. 217-234.

2015. “Bharuch, the City Fortress”, in Port Towns of Gujarat, edited by S. Keller and M. Pearson. Primus, pp. 213-229.