Art 515:  Reference reading list for general discussion

1.  Introduction

	Meister, Michael W.  "An Essay in Indian Architecture," Roopa 
Lekha 41 (1973):  35-47.
	-------, "De- and Re-constructing the Indian Temple," Art Journal 
49 (1990):  395-400. 
	Riegl, Alois,  "The Modern Cult of Monuments: Its Character and 
Its Origin," trans. Kurt Forster and Diane Ghirardo, Oppositions 25 
(1982): 21-51.
	Rykwert, Joseph and Michael W. Meister.  "On Adam's House and 
Hermits' Huts," in Coomaraswamy, Essays in Early Indian Architecture.

2.  Architectural vocabulary of early India
	Coomaraswamy, Ananda K. Essays in Early Indian Architecture.  
Introduction, plates, and the categories and analysis (not terms) in the 
	Meister, Michael W., "Sub-Urban Planning and Rock-Cut 
Architecture in India," in Madhu, Recent Researches in Indian Archaeology 
and Art History, ed. M. S. Nagaraja Rao, pp. 157-64.  Delhi:  Agam Kala 
Prakashan, 1981. 
	Reference:  Dehejia, Vidya.  Early Buddhist Rock Temples, 
Ithaca, N.Y., 1972.

3.  Symbolism
	John Irwin, "'Asokan Pillars: A Reassessment of the Evidence, 
Part IV:  Symbolism," Burlington Magazine 118 (November 1976):  
	Meister, Michael W.  "Altars and Shelters in India," aarp (Art 
and Archaeology Research Papers) 16 (1979): 39.
	--------, "Construction and Conception:  Mandapika Shrines of 
Central India," East and West, new series 26 (1978):  409-18
	-------, "Symbol and Surface: Masonic and Pillared 
Wall-Structures in North India," Artibus Asiae 46 (1985): 129-48. 
	-------, "Symbology and Architectural Practice in India." In 
Sacred Architecture in the Traditions of India, China, Judaism and Islam, 
ed. Emily Lyle, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1992, pp. 5-24.  

4.  Form
	Meister, Michael W.  "Prasada as Palace: Kutina Origins of the Nagara 
Temple," Artibus Asiae 49 (1989): 254-80. 
	-------, "Measurement and Proportion in Hindu Temple 
Architecture," Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 10 (1985): 248-58.

5.  Transformation/translation
	Mason, Darielle.  "A Sense of Time and Place, Style and 
architectural Disposition of Images on the North Indian Temple," in Gods, 
Guardians, and Lovers, pp. 116-37.
	Meister, Michael W., "Asceticism and Monasticism as Reflected in 
Indian Art."  In Monastic Life in the Christian and Hindu Traditions, 
ed. A. Creel and V. Narayanan.  Lewiston, N.Y.:  Edwin Mellen Press, 1990, 
pp. 219-44.
	--------, "Juncture and Conjunction:  Punning and Temple 
Architecture."  Artibus Asiae 41 (1979): 226-34. 
	-------, "Fragments From a Divine Cosmology: Unfolding Forms on 
India's Temple Walls."  In Vishakha N. Desai and Darielle Mason (eds.), 
Gods, Guardians, and Lovers: Temple Sculptures from North India A.D. 
700-1200, pp. 94-115.  New York: The Asia Society Galleries, 1993.

6.  Reformation
	Meister, Michael W.  "Indian Islam's Lotus Throne:  Kaman and 
Khatu Kalan."  In Islam and Indian Regions, ed. Anna Libera 
and Stephanie Lallemant.  Stuttgart:  Franz Steiner Verlag, pp. 445-52.
	--------, "The Two-and-a-Half Day Mosque."  Oriental Art, new 
series, 18 (1972): 57-63.