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The Sun God's Daughter and King Samvarana: "Tapati-Samvaranam" and the Kutiyattam Drama Tradition N. P. Unni, coauthor. (Delhi: Nag Publishers, 1995).

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"Skirting the Issue:  Gender and Identity in Kutiyattam Sanskrit Drama".  in Notes from a Mandala:  Essays in Honor of Wendy Doniger.  (New York: Seven Bridges Press, 2002).

The Whale Avatar of the Hindoos in Melville's Moby Dick," Literature and Theology 15, no. 4 (2001): 358-72.  P.W. Hall, coauthor.

"Ecology and Theology at the Birthplace of Krsna," pp. 247-67 in Purifying the Earthly Body of God:  Religion & Ecology in Hindu India, ed. by L. E. Nelson (Albany: State Univ. of New York Press, 1998).  Reprinted in Worldviews, Religion, & the Environment:  A Global Anthology, R.C. Foltz, editor (Belmont: Wadsworth, 2003).

"Temple Rites and Temple Servants: The Role of Religion in the Survival of Kerala's Kutiyattam Drama Tradition," International Journal of Hindu Studies 1 (1997): 97-115.

"The Unworshipped Avatar: Vyasa's Relationships with Visnu and Brahma," Journal of Vaisnava Studies 4, no. 3 (Summer, 1996): 57-64.

"Tapati-Samvaranam, a Kutiyattam Drama by Kulasekhara Varman. Introduced by Bruce M. Sullivan. Translated, with notes, by Bruce M. Sullivan and N. P. Unni." Asian Theatre Journal 13, no. 1 (Spring, 1996): 26-53.

"Buddhism," in The Asian American Encyclopedia, 6 vols., edited by F. Ng (New York: Marshall Cavendish, 1995), 1: 144-48.

"Religions of India," in The Asian American Encyclopedia (see above), 3: 666-68.

"Paradise Polluted: Religious Dimensions of the Vrindavana Ecology Movement," in This Sacred Earth: Religion, Nature, Environment, pp. 565-71. Edited by Roger Gottlieb (London: Routledge, 1995).

"Author and Authority in the Epic," in Modern Evaluation of the Mahabharata: The Professor R. K. Sharma Felicitation Volume, pp. 19-23. Edited by S. P. Narang (Delhi: Nag Pubs., 1995).

"The Religious Authority of the Mahabharata: Vyasa and Brahma in the Hindu Scriptural Tradition," Journal of the American Academy of Religion 62, 2 (Summer, 1994): 377-401.

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