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Hegarty, James 2022. Public reason and politics in the Sanskrit Mahābhārata. In: Balkaran, Raj and Taylor, McComas eds. Visions and Revisions of Ancient Indian Narrative: Studies in the Sanskrit Epics and Puranas, Australian National University Press,

Hegarty, James 2020. Lineages and emerging exemplars and movements in ancient India. In: Whitaker, Jarrod ed. A Cultural History of Hinduism in Antiquity, Bloomsbury,

Hegarty, James 2020. The predicament of the Sant-Sipahi (Saint-Soldier): theorising violence in the Sikh tradition. In: Power, Maria and Paynter, Helen eds. Violence and Peace in Sacred Texts, Palgrave, Macmillan,

Hegarty, James and Brahmasetudas, Sadhu 2019. The teacher in the text: exploring the intertextuality of the Vacanāmṛta. Journal of the BAPS Swaminarayan Research Institute 2 (1) , pp. 25-51.
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Hegarty, James 2019. Models of royal piety in the Mahābhārata: the case of Vidura, Sanatsujāta and Vidurā. In: Black, Brian and Chakravarthi, Ram-Prasad eds. In Dialogue with Classical Indian Traditions: Encounter, Transformation and Interpretation, London, England: Taylor and Francis, (10.4324/9781351011136-13)

Hegarty, James M. 2018. Across the Indian Ocean: Reconsidering Christianity in South Asia to the Ninth Century. In: Lossl, Josef and Baker-Brian, Nicholas J. eds. A Companion to Religion in Late Antiquity, Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World, Chichester: Wiley, pp. 207-231. (10.1002/9781118968130.ch10)

Hegarty, James 2018. The Dhammapada, the Mahābhārata and the Mānava Dharmaśāstra: a study in early South Asian intertextuality. In: Brodbeck, Simon, Bowles, Adam and Hiltebeitel, Alf eds. The Churning of the Epics and Puranas: Proceedings of the Epics and Puranas Section at the 15th World Sanskrit Conference, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan and D.K. Printworld,

Hegarty, James 2018. 史诗化叙事:南亚宗教文献中的天堂和地狱 Chinese translation of 'epics' of heaven and hell in Early South Asia. 民间文化论坛 - Folk Culture Forum (4) , pp. 88-92. 10.16814/j.cnki.1008-7214.2018.04.012

Hegarty, James 2017. Hagiography, religious identity and historical imagination in Eighteenth Century Punjab: exploring Sikh narratives of the life of Guru Nānak. In: Gray, Madeleine ed. Rewriting Holiness: Reconfiguring Vitae, Re-signifying Cults, King's College London Medieval Studies, Boydell and Brewer,

Hegarty, James M. and Brodbeck, Simon 2017. An appreciation of, and tribute to, Will Johnson on the occasion of his retirement. Asian Literature and Translation 4 (1) , pp. 1-32. 10.18573/j.2017.10128

Hegarty, James 2017. The sanskrit of Solomon Caesar Malan (1812-1894): An Anglican savant reads the Mahābhārata. In: Pfister, Lauren ed. Polyglot from the Far Side of the Moon: The Life and Works of Solomon Caesar Malan, Monumenta Serica,

Hegarty, James 2017. Exploring the conversations of kings and sages in the sanskrit epics: the case of Jābāli and Rāma. Proceedings of the Epic Studies Panel of the 16th World Sanskrit Conference, Bangkok, Sanskrit Studies Centre, Silpakorn University, Bangkok,

Hegarty, James 2017. Multiple religious belonging and embedded religion in early Indian sources. In: Babu, Kabir ed. Beyond Multiple Religious Belonging, Routledge,

Hegarty, James 2017. The story of story in early South Asia: character and genre across Hindu, Buddhist and Jain narrative traditions. [Online]. Wordpress: Wordpress. Available at:

Hegarty, James 2014. Borders and boundaries: proceedings of the first annual SHARE postgraduate symposium; an introduction. SHARE: Studies in History, Archaeology, Religion and Conservation 1 (1) , pp. 1-3. 10.18573/share.1

Hegarty, James 2014. Going nowhere: power and polemic in Brahminical pilgrimage literature. In: Cuppers, Christophe and Deeg, Max eds. Searching for the Dharma, Finding Salvation - Buddhist Pilgrimage in Time and Space, Lumbini International Research Institute,

Hegarty, James 2013. The Plurality of the Sanskrit Mahabharata and of the Mahabharata Story. Contesting Symbols and Stereotypes, Aakar Books, pp. 146-189.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse and Hegarty, James Marcel 2012. Genealogy and history in South Asia (Religions of South Asia, special issue): introduction. Religions of South Asia 5 (1-2) , pp. 5-28. 10.1558/rosa.v5i1/2.5

Hegarty, James Marcel 2012. Religon, narrative and public imagination in South Asia: past and place in the Sanskrit Mahahbharata. London: Routledge.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2012. What need has he of the waters of Puskara? The narrative construction of tirtha in the Sanskrit Mahabharata. In: Brockington, John ed. Battles, Bards and Brahmins, Motilal Barnarsidass, pp. 129-156.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2011. Towards a socio-cognitive orientation to religious text: a case study in Indian epic literature. In: Jensen, Jeppe Sinding and Geertz, Armin W. eds. Religious Narrative, Cognition and Clture: Image and Word in the Mind of Narrative, Sheffield: Equinox, pp. 121-131.

Hegarty, James 2011. Kirthan and Katha in the asa amdesa (song and story in the land of hope and fear): Narratives of the life of Guru Nanak as canonical commentary in the Sikh panth. In: Deeg, Max and Freiberger, Oliver eds. Kanonisierung und Kanonbildung in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte, Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 131-160.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2011. Religion, narrative and public imagination in South Asia: Past and place in the Sanskrit Mahabharata. Routledge Hindu Studies Series, London: Taylor and Francis.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2011. Etymology, genealogy and history in Early South Asia. Religions of South Asia 5 (1/2) , pp. 103-127.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2011. Hagiography and the religious imaginary in eighteenth-century Punjab. In: Murphy, Anne ed. Time, History and the Religious Imaginary in South Asia, Routledge, pp. 133-150.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2010. The pedagogic past: historical and geographical imagination in Eighteenth Century Panjab. In: Deeg, Max and Freiberger, Oliver eds. Geschicten und Geschichte: Historiographie und Hagiographie in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte, Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet, pp. 517-548.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2009. Re-thinking the guru: Towards a typology of forms of religious domination in pre-Colonial Pañjāb. Religions of South Asia 3 (2) , pp. 183-202. 10.1558/rosa.v3i2.183

Hegarty, James Marcel 2009. On platial imagination in the Sanskrit Mahabharata. International Journal of Hindu Studies 13 (2) , pp. 163-187. 10.1007/s11407-009-9074-3

Hegarty, James Marcel 2009. Re-thinking the guru: towards a typology of forms of religious domination in pre-Colonial Punjab. Religions of South Asia 3 (2) , pp. 179-199.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2007. Encompassing the sacrifice: On the narrative construction of the significant past in the Sanskrit Mahabharata. Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 8 , pp. 77-118.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2007. Guru and Shabad: The Literary Construction of Religious Authority in Narratives of the Life of Guru Nanak. [Discussion Paper]. Cardiff University: Cardiff Humanities Research Institute. Available at:

Hegarty, James Marcel 2007. Toward an old understanding of philology: exploring the literary construction of place as religious and social commentary in Asia. Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 8 (1) , 3753.

Hegarty, James Marcel, ed. 2007. The literary construction of place as a form of religious and social commentary: Special Issue of "Acta Orientalia Vilnensia" (2007) 8:1. Vilnius: Centre of Oriental Studies, Vilnius University.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2007. Religion, epic and cultural memory. The construction of the significant past in Sanskrit and Hindi Mahabharatas. Zeitschrift fur Religionswissenschaft 15 (2) , pp. 179-199. 10.1515/zfr.2007.15.2.179

Hegarty, James Marcel 2006. Extracting the Katha-amrta (Elixir of Story): Creation, Ritual, Sovereignty and Textual Structure in the Sanskrit Mahabharata. Journal of Vaishnava Studies 14 (2) , pp. 39-60.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2001. An Apprenticeship in Attentiveness: Narrative Patterning in the Dyutaparvan and the Nalopakhyana of the Mahabharata. Rocznik Orientalistyczny 54 (1) , pp. 33-62.

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