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Journal article

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2005. Review of Stephen Dale's 'Garden of the eight paradises: Babur and the culture of empire in Central Asia, Afghanistan and India (1483-1530)'. Journal of Asian Studies, 64 (2).

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2004. Fostering sisterhood - Muslim women and the All-India Ladies' Association. Journal of Women's History, 16 (2), pp. 40-65. ISSN 1042-7961

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2003. Princes, paramountcy and the politics of Muslim identity: the Begam of Bhopal on the Indian national stage, 1901-1926. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 26 (2), pp. 169-195. ISSN 0085-6401 (print); 1479-0270 (online)

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2002. Review of Ayesha Jala's 'Self and sovereignty: individual and community in South Asian Islam since 1850'. Contemporary South Asia, 11 (3), pp. 366-367. ISSN 0958-4935 (print) 1469-364 (online)

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 1999. Review of Burton Stein's 'A history of India'. Canadian Journal of History, 34, pp. 497-498.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 1998. Out of India: the journeys of the Begam of Bhopal, 1901-1930. Women's Studies International Forum, 21 (3), pp. 263-276.

Authored book

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2007. Muslim women, reform and princely patronage: Nawab Sultan Jahan Begam of Bhopal. London: Routledge. ISBN 0415401925

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2007. A princess's pilgrimage: Nawab Sikandar Begam's 'A pilgrimage to Mecca'. Karachi: Oxford University Press.

Chapter in book

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2008. Subtle subversions and presumptuous interventions: reforming women's health in Bhopal State. In: A. GHOSH, ed., Behind the veil: resistance, women and the everyday in colonial South Asia. London: Palgrave.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2007. Muslim women write their journeys abroad: a bibliographic essay. In: S. BHATTACHARJI, ed., Travel writing in India. Delhi: Sahitya Akademi.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2007. Subtle subversions and presumptuous interventions: reforming women's health in Bhopal State. In: A. GHOSH, ed., Behind the veil: resistance, women and the everyday in colonial South Asia. New Delhi;: Permanent Black.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S. and POWELL, A.A., 2006. Introduction: problematising discourse and practice. In: S. LAMBERT-HURLEY and A.A. POWELL, eds., Rhetoric and reality: gender and the colonial experience in South Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN 195677048

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2006. Review essay on new publications in Indian history in 2004. In: K. LAYBOURN and K. THOMPSON, eds., Annual bulletin of history literature 90: a critical review of new publications 2004. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing for the Historical Association, pp. 207-213.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2006. An embassy of equality? Quaker missionaries in Bhopal state, 1890-1930. In: S. LAMBERT-HURLEY and A.A. POWELL, eds., Rhetoric and reality: gender and the colonial experience in South Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN 195677048

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2006. A princess's pilgrimage: Nawab Sikandar Begam's account of hajj. In: T. YOUNGS, ed., Travel writing in the nineteenth century: filling the blank spaces. London: Anthem Press, pp. 107-127. ISBN 1843312182

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2005. Colonialism and imperialism: British colonial domains of South Asia. In: J. SUAD, ed., Family, law and politics: encyclopedia of women in Islamic cultures. Leiden: Brill, pp. 59-61. ISBN 9004128182

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2005. Historicising debates over women's status in Islam: the case of Nawab Sultan Jahan Begam of Bhopal. In: W. ERNST and P. BISWAMOY, eds., India's princely states. London: Routledge. ISBN 415415411

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2005. India. In: K. LAYBOURN and K. THOMPSON, eds., Annual bulletin of history literature 89: a critical review of new publications 2003. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing for the Historical Association.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2005. Out of India: the journeys of the Begam of Bhopal, 1901-1930. In: T. BALLANTYNE and A. BURTON, eds., Bodies in contact: rethinking colonial encounters in world history. Durham: Duke University Press, pp. 293-309. ISBN 822335674

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2005. Review essay on new publications in Indian history in 2003. In: K. LAYBOURN and K. THOMPSON, eds., Annual bulletin of history literature 89: a critical review of new publications 2003. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing for the Historical Association, pp. 204-209.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2004. India. In: K. LAYBOURN and K. THOMPSON, eds., Annual bulletin of history literature 88: a critical review of new publications 2002. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing for the Historical Association, pp. 195-200.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2004. Introduction: 'A princess revealed'. In: A. SULTAAN, ed., Memoirs of a rebel princess. Karachi: Oxford University Press. ISBN 195799585

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2004. Review essay on new publications in Indian history in 2002. In: K. LAYBOURN and K. THOMPSON, eds., Annual bulletin of history literature 88: a critical review of new publications 2002. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing for the Historical Association, pp. 195-200.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2003. India. In: K. LAYBOURN and K. THOMPSON, eds., Annual bulletin of history literature 87: a critical review of new publications 2001. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing for the Historical Association, pp. 191-209.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2003. Review essay on new publications in Indian history between 1889 and 2001. In: K. LAYBOURN and K. THOMPSON, eds., Annual bulletin of history literature 87: a critical review of new publications 2002. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing for the Historical Association, pp. 191-209.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 1998. Sir Jadunath Sarkar. In: A global encyclopedia of historical writing. New York: Garland.

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 1998. Zahir Al-Din Babur. In: A global encyclopedia of historical writing. New York: Garland.

Edited book

LAMBERT-HURLEY, S. and POWELL, A.A., 2006. Rhetoric and reality: gender and the colonial experience in South Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195677048

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