Historical knowledge

Publications (2004-2016)

Publications from the Tranquebar Initiative of the National Museum (2004-2016):

Serial publications from the Tranquebar Initiative (2004-2016)

Ajit, Koujalgi, Ratna Hach, Atin Kumar Das, and Niels Erik Jensen. (2017). “The House after the Danish Era. The Process of Restoring and Preserving”, in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Andersen, Astrid N. (2010). ”Vore gamle tropekolonier ...? : Tropekolonierne som danske erindringssteder”. Slagmark, no. 57.

Andersen, Astrid N. (2009). “Tranquebar: A forgotten Danish colony?”, in Esther Fihl & A.R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Cultural Encounters in Tranquebar: Past and Present. Special issue of Review of Development and Change: Vol. XIV no. 1-2.
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Andersen, Astrid N. (2011). ”Hvornår er sager om historiske uretfærdigheder forældede? - Dynamikken mellem historieforståelse, erstatningskrav og retsopgør”. Slagmark, no. 60.

Andersen, Astrid N. (2014). “Between Patriotism and Regret: Public Discourses on Colonial History in Denmark Today”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Andersen, Peter B. (2009). „Processions and chariot festivals in Tharamgambadi and Veilankanni: Cultural encounters and marking“, in Esther Fihl and A.R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Cultural Encounters in Tranquebar: Past and Present. Special issue of Review of Development and Change: Vol. XIV no. 1-2.
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Andersen, Peter B. (2014). “Processions and Chariot Festivals: Cultural Markings in Tharamgampadi and Veilankanni”, in Esther Fihl and A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Andersen, Peter B. and Oluf Schönbeck. (2009). ”Arven fra den kristne mission. Tranquebars skoler”, i Esther Fihl (red.), Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 7. Nationalmuseet. With an English Abstract.
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Andersen, Peter B., Nils Engberg, Esther Fihl et al. (2008). ”Nationalmuseets Tranquebar Initiativ”. Galathea 3. 2006-2007. København: Dansk Ekspeditionsfond.

Ax, Christiana Folke, Anne Folke Henningsen, Niklas Thode Jensen, Leila Koivunen and Taina Syrjämaa (eds.). (2007). Encountering Foreign Worlds: Experiences at Home and Abroad. Reykjavik Haskolautgafan: University of Iceland Press.

Ax, Christiana Folke, Niels Brimnes, Niklas Thode Jensen, and Karen Osland (eds.). (2009). Cultivating the Colony: Colonial States and their Environmental Legacies. Ohio University Press.

Baark, Josefine. (2015). Encountering the Object: Spaces and Voyages in Seventeenth Century Denmark.  PhD thesis. University of Cambridge, Department of History of Art.

Baark, Josefine. Courts and Ports: Early Modern Globalization and the Danish-Asiatic Trading Network 1620-1770. University of Washington Press. (under review for inclusion in the book series, ‘Global South Asia’). 

Baark, Josefine. “India at the Court of Denmark c. 1740-1790”. Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. (Reviewed and resubmitted). 

Baark, Josefine. “The Tranquebar Palampore: Trade, Diplomacy and ‘a little amusement’ in Early Modern Indo-Danish Relations”. Eighteenth Century Studies. (Reviewed and resubmitted).

Bønnelycke, Julie. (2009). ”Skole og uddannelse i Tranquebars fiskersamfund”, i Esther Fihl (red.), Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 6. Nationalmuseet. With an English abstract.
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Brimnes, Niels, Esther Fihl & Søren Mentz. (2017). “Indernes verden 1600-1750: Danske drømme om Østens herligheder”, in Niels Brimnes (ed.), Indien: Tranquebar, Serampore og Nicobarerne. Copenhagen: Gads Forlag.

Clausen, Rune. (2011). If Waves could Sing. Tranquebar in past and present. Pragati Offset Pvt. Ltd. India.

Engberg, Nils. (2008). ”Engang voldgrav, så losseplads, nu udgravningsplads – et succesfuldt indisk-dansk samarbejde”, Nyt fra Nationalmuseet, November.
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Fihl, Esther. (2008). “Tropical Colonies”, in Rajeev P. Premda and Lars Jensen (eds.), A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literatures: Continental Europe and its Empires. Edinburgh University Press.

Fihl, Esther. (2009). “Shipwrecked on the Coromandel: The first Indo–Danish contact, 1620”, in Esther Fihl and A.R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Cultural Encounters in Tranquebar: Past and Present. Special issue of Review of Development and Change: Vol. XIV no. 1-2.
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Fihl, Esther. (2009). ”Kulturen til forhandling – før og nu i Tranquebar”, i Ditte Søgaard (red.), Tværkultur. Årbog for ToRS 2009. Institut for Tværkulturelle og Regionale Studier, Københavns Universitet.

Fihl, Esther. (2010). “300 years of cultural counter concepts at work in South India”, in Heike Liebau, Andreas Nehring and Brigitte Klosterberg (eds.), Mission und Forschung: Translokale Wissenproduktion zwischen Indien und Europa im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert: Vol. 29. Verlag der Franckeschen Stiftungen Halle.

Fihl, Esther. (2011). “A journey through civilisation and primitiveness”, in Esther Fihl (ed.), Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 10. Nationalmuseet. Med dansk resumé.
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Fihl, Esther. (2013). “The legitimacy of Indian Caste Councils”, in Jens Dahl & Esther Fihl (eds.), A Comparative Ethnography of Alternative Spaces. Palgrave MacMillan.

Fihl, Esther. (2014). “Introduction: What makes Tranquebar a Place?”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Fihl, Esther. (2014). “Shipwrecked on the Coromandel: The first Indian-Danish Contact, 1620”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Fihl, Esther. (2014). “The ‘Second Tsunami’: Disputed Moralities of Economic Transactions among Fishers”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Fihl, Esther. (ed.). (2017). The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Fihl, Esther. (2017). “Introduction: Unfolding the Story of a House in India: An Introduction”, in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Fihl, Esther. (2017). “The South Indian Setting. Kingship, trade and agriculture”, in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Fihl, Esther (2017). “Lady Clive’s Visit”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Fihl, Esther. (ed.). (2017). ”A kaleidoscopic Story on the Place Tranquebar. Cultural Exchange on the Coromandel Coast of India. Results from the Tranquebar Initiative of the National Museum of Denmark 2004-2016”, in Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 13. Copenhagen: National Museum of Denmark.
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Fihl, Esther. (ed.). (2017). “Intercultural Heritage and Historical Identities. Cultural Exchange on the Coromandel Coast of India. Results from the Tranquebar Initiative of the National Museum of Denmark 2004-2016”, in Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 14. Copenhagen: National Museum of Denmark.
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Fihl, Esther & Stine S. Puri. (2009). “Introduction: The study of cultural encounters in Tharangampadi/Tranquebar”, in Esther Fihl and A.R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Cultural Encounters in Tranquebar: Past and Present. Special issue of Review of Development and Change: Vol. 1-2.
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Fihl, Esther & Asger Svane-Knudsen. (2017). “Tranquebar etableres 1620-30: Fodfæste på Coromandelkysten”, in Niels Brimnes (ed.), Indien: Tranquebar, Serampore og Nicobarerne. Copenhagen: Gads Forlag.

Fihl, Esther &  A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.). (2009). Cultural Encounters in Tranquebar: Past and Present. Special issue of Review of Development and Change: Vol. XIV no. 1-2.
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Fihl, Esther & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.). (2014). Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Grinder-Hansen, Keld. (2009). “The schools of Tranquebar: An educational field of cultural encounters and conflicts”, in Esther Fihl & A.R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Cultural Encounters in Tranquebar: Past and Present. Special issue of Review of Development and Change: Vol. XIV no. 1-2.
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Grønseth, Kristian. (2014). “The four Histories of the Village: Landmarks and Historical Idenities”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Gøbel, Erik. (2014). “Radiating from Tranquebar: Education in Serampore, 1800-1845”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Hastrup, Frida. (2005). “Tsunami...Bubblegum?: Narratives of Cause and Effect in Tranquebar”. NIAS-nytt, no. 2.

Hastrup, Frida. (2007). ”Falsk alarm: Advarsler og handlekraft efter tsunamien i Sydindien”. Jordens Folk – Etnografisk Revy, vol. 42, nr. 4.

Hastrup, Frida. (2008). “Natures of Change: Weathering of the World in Post-Tsunami Tamil Nadu”. Nature and Culture, vol. 3, no.2.

Hastrup, Frida. (2008). ”At gennemtænke ting: materiel antropologi I en tsunami-ramt landsby i Sydindien”. Arkæologisk Forum, nr. 18.

Hastrup, Frida. (2009). “A Sense of Direction: Responsibility and the Span of Disaster in a Tamil Coastal Village”, in Kirsten Hastrup (ed.), The Question of Resilience: Social Responses to Climate Change, p. 114-131. The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.

Hastrup, Frida. (2009). ”Kulturelt forankret katastrofehjælp?: Globale idealer og lokal gennemsigtighed efter tsunamien i Indien”. Kritik, vol. 194.

Hastrup, Frida. (2009). ”På sikker grund: Genhusning efter tsunamien i Tamil Nadu”. Tidsskriftet Antropologi, vol. 59/60.

Hastrup, Frida. (2009). Weathering the World. Recovery in Wake of the Tsunami in a Tamil Fishing Village. PhD thesis. University of Copenhagen, Department of Comparative Culture Studies.

Hastrup, Frida. (2010). “Materializations of Disaster: Recovering Lost Plots in a Tsunami-Affected Village in South India”, in M. Bille, F. Hastrup & T.F. Sørensen (eds.), An Anthropology of Absence: Materializations of Transcendence and Loss. Springer Publishing Company.

Hastrup, Frida. (2011). “Shady Plantations: Theorizing Coastal Shelter in Tamil Nadu”. Anthropological Theory, vol. 11, no. 4.

Hastrup, Frida. (2011). Weathering the World: Recovery in the Wake of the Tsunami in a Tamil Fishing Village. Berg Publications.

Henchen, Daniel. (2010). ”Kald og udviklingsbistand i det uafhængige Indien. Postkolonial selvforståelse i to skandinaviske missioners institutionsarbejde”. Historisk Tidskrift (svensk), nr. 130 (1).

Henschen, Daniel. (2014). “The Bishop of Tranquebar and Shiva's Elephant: Danish Missionaries and Indian Independence”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Hottne, Kjell. (2009). ”Danske embetsmenn og indiske eliter i kolonien Trankebar”, i Esther Fihl (red.), Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 5. Nationalmuseet. With an English abstract.
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Izquierdo-Díaz, Jorge Simón. (2017). “Precious enslaved children from Tranquebar. Trade in prestigious domestic child servants for upper class homes of seventeenth century Denmark”, in Esther Fihl (ed.): Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 12. Nationalmuseet. (working title of forthcoming publication)

Jensen, Einar L. (2006). ”Nationalmuseets Tranquebar Initiativ – kulturmøder før og nu i den tidligere danske handelsstation Tranquebar”. Arkæologisk Forum, nr. 14.

Jensen, Einar L., & Anne Mette Jørgensen. (2006-2007). ”Nationalmuseet i Danmarks tropekolonier”. Nyt fra Nationalmuseet, nr. 113.

Jensen, Niels-Erik. (2017) “The most prominent House in Town. The architectural Lay-out of the Building and its Garden”, in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jensen, Niklas T. (2005). “The Medical Skills of the Malabar Doctors in Tranquebar, India, as Recorded by Surgeon T L F Folly, 1798”. Medical History, no. 49.

Jensen, Niklas T., et al. (2006). ”Colonialism, Postcolonialism and the Evironment”. Bulletin of the German Historical Institute, Fall 2006.

Jensen, Niklas T. (2007). Anmeldelse af ”Dansk rejsebeskrivelse fra Nederlandsk Ostindien”. Tidsskrift for Historie, vol. 3.

Jensen, Niklas T. (2007). Anmeldelse: “Inspirerende forskningsredskab til dansk oversøisk historie”. 1066 Tidsskrift for Historie,  nr. 4.

Jensen, Niklas T. (2009). Anmeldelse af Willy Frendrup, ”Den katolske kirke i de danske tropekolonier”. Tidsskrift for Historie.

Jensen, Niklas T. (2010). Book Review of Biswamoy Pati and Mark Harrison (eds.), “The Social History of Health and Medicine in Colonial India”. Bulletin of the Pacific Circle, vol. 24.

Jensen, Niklas Thode. (2011). Anmeldelse af Asta Bredsdorff, “The Trials and Travels of Willem Leyel. An Account of the Danish East India Company in Tranquebar”. 1066 Tidsskrift for Historie , nr. 1.

Jensen, Niklas T. (2014). “Making it in Tranquebar: The Circulation of Scientific Knowledge in the early Danish-Halle Mission”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Jensen, Niklas Thode. (2015). “The Tranquebarian Society: Science, enlightenment and useful knowledge in the Danish-Norwegian East Indies, 1768–1813.” Scandinavian Journal of History, vol. 40, no. 4.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2008). ”Tranquebar – hvis historie? Om at studere kulturarv under konstruktion”, i Esther Fihl (red.), Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 3. Nationalmuseet. With an English abstract.
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Jørgensen, Helle. (2008). ”Tranquebar: Dansk-indisk kulturarv”. Nyt fra Nationalmuseet, nr. 119.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2009). “Whose history? Transnational cultural heritage in Tranquebar”, in Esther Fihl & A.R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Cultural Encounters in Tranquebar: Past and Present. Special issue of Review of Development and Change: Vol. XIV, no. 1-2.
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Jørgensen, Helle. (2010). Tranquebar – Whose History? Transnational Cultural Heritage in a Former Danish Trading Colony in India. PhD thesis. Institut for Historie og Områdestudier, Aarhus Universitet.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2011). “Remoteness and Development: Transnational Constructions of Heritage in a Former Danish Trading Colony in South India”. History and Anthropology, vol. 22, no.2.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2013). “Heritage Tourism in Tranquebar: Colonial Nostalgia or Postcolonial Encounter?”, in Magdalena Naum & Jonas M. Nordin (eds.), Scandinavian Colonialism and the Rise of Modernity: Small Time Agents in a Global Arena. Springer.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2014). “Putting Tranquebar on the Map: Cultural and Material Encounters in Transnational Heritage Development”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2014). Tranquebar – Whose History? Transnational Cultural Heritage in a Former Danish Trading Colony in India. Orient Blackswan.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “Caste Conflicts in Tranquebar: A clash between new and old elite”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “Catherine Worlée: The Princess from Tranquebar”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “Embroiled in the Anglo-Mysore Wars: Porto Novo sacked by Hyder Ali’s troops”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “Furniture: A material expression of cultural encounters”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “Heritage and Tourism Development in Tranquebar”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “Modern Tranquebar”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “Peter Anker: Governor in Times of Intrigue”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “Tea: Spreading new patterns of consumption and socialising”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “The Hardships of Linguist Rasmus Rask”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “The Past in the Present of 1845: The European quarter and the ‘black town’”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Jørgensen, Helle. (2017). “Dansk-indiske forbindelser efter 1845: Arven efter kolonitiden”, in Niels Brimnes (ed.), Indien: Tranquebar, Serampore og Nicobarerne. Copenhagen: Gads Forlag. 

Jørgensen, Helle & Niels Brimnes. (2017). “Lokalsamfundet Tranquebar 1630-1750: En kolonial enklave i Sydindien”, in Niels Brimnes (ed.), Indien: Tranquebar, Serampore og Nicobarerne. Copenhagen: Gads Forlag. 

Jørgensen, Helle & Niels Brimnes. (2017). “Tranquebar under forandring 1750-1808: Mulighederne svinder ind”, in Niels Brimnes (ed.), Indien: Tranquebar, Serampore og Nicobarerne. Copenhagen: Gads Forlag. 

Jørgensen, Helle & Niels Brimnes. (2017). “Tranquebar i Britisk Indien 1808-1845: Koloni på svære vilkår”, in Niels Brimnes (ed.), Indien: Tranquebar, Serampore og Nicobarerne. Copenhagen: Gads Forlag.

Koschar, Rajesh. (2014). “From Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg to Alexander Duff: Western Education in India, 1715-1835”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Krieger, Martin. (2014). “Danish Homes in Colonial Tranquebar: Intercontinental Transfers of Material Culture”, in Esther Fihl and A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Krieger, Martin. (2017). “Furniture and Décor. The Narrative of Household Inventories”, in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Kryger, Karin. (2017). “The Governor’s Daughter”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Kryger, Karin & Esther Fihl. (2017). ”’Siste Viator Lege’ - Stop traveller and read. The self-esteem of engineer and colonel Mathias Jürgen Mühldorff”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Kvist, Palle, Michael Dupont og Jørgen Mikkelsen. (2011). Mellem København og Tranquebar: På rejse med Asiatisk Kompagnis skib Kronprinsessen af Danmark 1748-1750. Copenhagen: Selskabet for Udgivelse af Kilder til dansk Historie.

Liebau, Heike. (2014). “Translocal Networks: Tranquebar Mission Press in Eighteenth-century South Asia”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Lillelund, Caroline. (2009). “The last Vettiyan: A musical tradition and a degraded low caste profession”, in Esther Fihl & A.R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Cultural Encounters in Tranquebar: Past and Present. Special issue of Review of Development and Change, vol. XIV, no. 1-2.
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Lillelund, Caroline. (2014). “From ‘Untouchable’ Scavengers to Dignified ‘Tribals’: On the Making of a new Kattunayakkan Identity”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Lillelund, Caroline. (2009). ”Lavkasternes Tranquebar. Om udfordringerne ved at repræsentere lavkasternes materielle kulturarv”, i Esther Fihl (red.), Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 8. Nationalmuseet. With an English abstract.
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McLisky, Claire & Karen Vallgårda (2015). ”Faith through Feeling: An Introduction”, in McLisky, Claire, Daniel R. Midena & Karen Vallgårda (eds.), Emotions and Christian Missions. – Historical Perspectives. London: Palgrave/MacMillan.

McLisky, Claire, Daniel R. Midena & Karen Vallgårda (eds). (2015). Emotions and Christian Missions. London: Palgrave/MacMillan.

Munch-Petersen, Nils Finn. (2008). ”Tranquebar som turistdestination”, i Esther Fihl (red.), Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 1. Nationalmuseet. With an English abstract.
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Mylvaganam, Raja. (2014). “The Life of a Tamil Convert: William Roberts Proselytising in the Wake of the Enlightenment”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Nilsson, Laura Berivan. (2015). “Picturing the unknown. Cultural Encounters and Visual Representations in Company Paintings from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in south Indian collections of the National Museum of Denmark”, in Esther Fihl (ed.), Tranquebar Initiativets Skriftserie, no. 11. Nationalmuseet.
natmus.dk/fileadmin/user_upload/natmus/forskning/dokumenter/Tranquebar/Skriftserie/11._Nilsson__Laura__2015__Picturing_the_Unknown.pdf 

Pedersen, Mikkel V. (2014). “Peasant Featherbeds in “Royal Attire”: The Consumption of Indigo in Early Modern Demnark”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

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Rastén, Simon. (2017). “‘No Place to receive a Man of Rank’. Governor dwellings before 1784”, in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Rastén, Simon. (2017). “Cannons fired at every Toast: The Life of David Brown”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Rastén, Simon. (2017). “Utilia Ravn – Thirty years in Tranquebar and married Five Times”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

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Sebro, Louise. (2014). “Personal Encounters in a Colonial Space: European Seeing and Knowing”, in Esther Fihl & A. R. Venkatachalapathy (eds.), Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. Orient Blackswan.

Sebro, Louise. (2017) “Everyday Life between the Private and Public. Governor Families and their Servants”, in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Sebro, Louise. (2017). “Navigating international Relations. A Pan-European Community”, in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

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Sebro, Louise. (2017). “Julie Rehling: A young woman’s arrival in Tranquebar”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press. 

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Sebro, Louise. (2017). “Hindoo’s Realm”: Celebrating a royal birthday”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

Sebro, Louise. (2017). “’A charming view from here …’”, vignette in Esther Fihl (ed.), The Governor’s Residence in Tranquebar. The House and the Daily Life of its People, 1770-1845. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

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