Anna Slączka



1999 & Peter J.J. de Bruijn, “Visvarupa Vishnu uit Changu Narayana.” Aziatische Kunst 29,1: 2-20.
2006 Temple consecration rituals in ancient India: text and archaeology, [s.l.]. – PhD thesis Leiden. – Also published as e-book, and as Brill’s Indological Library 26, Leiden 2007.
“Is de Jolotundo doos een ‘embryo’?: een zoektocht naar de oorsprong van een ritueel.” Aziatische Kunst 36,3: 2-13.
“De hindoe-tempel: orde in chaos.” India Instituut Bulletin 2006: 25-34.
2007 Review of: Gerard Foekema, Fifteen golden examples: Indian temple architecture in Karnātaka, Bangalore 2005. Aziatische Kunst 37,4: 38-43.
2008 “Minder bekende Chola-tempels: Olagapuram.” Aziatische Kunst 38,2: pp.
“De stupa van Paul Mallon.” Aziatische Kunst 38,3: 17-23.
“Devi aan zee.” Aziatische Kunst 38,4 (Parels in een baaierd van lacunes: feestbundel voor Pauline Scheurleer): 143-149.
“Hindu gods in the Netherlands: Sewa Dham Mandir in The Hague.” In: [Neelam D. Sabharwal, ambassador of India, ed.], Changing images: lasting visions: India and the Netherlands [collection of 35 essays published on the occasion of 400 years of Indo-Dutch relations]. Amsterdam, pp. 134-136.
2010 “South Indian temple rituals.” Brill’s Encyclopedia of Hinduism, vol. 2, Leiden: Brill.
“Iconography of the Hindu deities in the Devyamata, an early Shiva pratishthatantra.” Lidia Sudyka (ed.), Interrrelations of Indian literature and art, Cracow: Ksiegarnia Akademicka, pp. 179-258.
“Konsekracja swiatyn hinduskich w Azji Poludniowej i Poludniowo-Wschodniej. Konfrontacja zrodel archeologicznych i pismiennych.” In: Piotr Balcerowicz, Jerzy Malinowski (eds), Sztuka i Kultura Wizualna Indii (Art and visual culture of India), Warsaw, pp. 129-139.
2011 “The iconography of the deities in the Devyâmata, an early Shaiva pratishthâtantra, and the art of Bengal.” Journal of Bengal Art 16: 157-167.
“Temple consecration rituals in the Hindu tradition of South and Southeast Asia. A study of the textual and archaeological evidence.” In: Piotr Balcerowicz and Karl Potter (eds), Art, myths and visual culture of South Asia, Delhi, pp. 99-113.
“The depositing of the ‘embryo’: temple consecration rituals in the Hindu tradition.” In: Pierre-Yves Manguin et al. (eds), Early interactions between South and Southeast Asia: reflections on cross-cultural exchange, Singapore, pp. 429-438.
“The brick structures of Go Thap (Vietnam): tombs or temples?” Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 31: 108-116.
“Tentoonstelling Handelswaar en Souvenirs – islamitische kunst uit het Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.” Aziatische Kunst 41,2: 30-35.
“Straks weer te zien in het Rijksmuseum: Godin die de buffeldemon doodt.” Aziatische Kunst 41,3: 18-20.
“Ik heet geen Nandi! Nogmaals over de stier van Siva.” Aziatische Kunst 41,4: 26-36.
2012 “Temples, inscriptions and misconceptions: Charles-Louis Fábri and the Khajuraho Apsaras.” The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 3 (2012): 212-231.
Review of: F. Otter, Residential architecture in Bhoja’s Samarânganasûtradhâra: introduction, text, translation and notes, Delhi 2010. IIJ 55: 283-286.
2013 & Menno Fitski, “A new pavilion for Asian art at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.” Arts of Asia 43,3 (May-June): 132-139.
“Nieuwe aanwinst: de familie van Shiva in het Rijksmuseum.” Aziatische Kunst 43,2: 15-20.
& William Southworth, “Art for each day of the year: a new pavilion for Asian art at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.” Arts Asiatiques 68: 19-122.
& Menno Fitski and William Southworth, “A pavilion for Asian art at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.” IIAS Newsletter 64: 56.
“Small is beautiful: het belang van kleine objecten in grote colleties: een Sri Lankaans ivoorplaatje in de collectie VVAK.” Aziatische Kunst 43,3-4: 53-61.
2014 “Golden bulls and tortoises: temple consecration in Southeast Asia.” Orientations April 2014: 71-75.
” ‘Te gevaarlijk voor het huisaltaar’: de Zuid-Indiase god Karuppannasamy.” Aziatische Kunst 44,2: 31-39.
“South Asian art.” In: Jan van Campen et al., Asian art, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, pp. 24-71 // “Zuid-Aziatische kunst.” In: Jan van Campen et al., Aziatische kunst, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, pp. 24-71.
2015 “Moderne Indiase kunst in het Rijksmuseum: Subodh Gupta.” Aziatische Kunst 45,1: 45-48.
“Dancing Siva images from Bengal.” In: Mokammal H. Bhuiyan (ed.), Studies in South Asian heritage: essays in memory of M. Harunur Rashid, Dhaka: Bangla Academy, pp. 125-155.
“Shenchen er guili: Amusitedan guojiabowuguan de yindu yishu shoucang 深沈而瑰麗:阿姆斯特丹國家博物館的印度藝術收藏[Profound and surpassingly beautiful: the collection of Indian Art in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam].” In: Diancang gumeishu 典藏古美術 [Art & Collection] 270, pp.122-129. – Appeared also in Diancang dutianxia 典藏讀天下 [Artco China].
2016 “Temple guardians and ‘folk Hinduism’ in Tamil South India: a bronze image of the ‘black god’ Karuppannasamy in the Rijksmuseum.” The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 64,1: 62-82.
“The two iconographic chapters from the Devyāmata and the art of Bengal.” In: Dominic Goodall and Harunaga Isaacson (eds), Tantric studies: fruits of a Franco-German project on Early Tantra, Pondichéry : Institut Français de Pondichéry / Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient / Asien-Afrika-Institut, Universität Hamburg (Collection Indologie n˚ 131; Early Tantra Series n˚ 4), pp. 181-246.
Review of: Jean Deloche, Contribution to the history of the wheeled vehicle in India, Pondicherry: Institut Français de Pondichéry / École française d’Extrême-Orient 2014 (Collection Indologie 126). BSOAS 79/1: 203-205.
& M. Czerniak-Drozdzowicz, “Cola bronzes in the context of the history and culture of Tamil Nadu.” Art of the Orient 5: 109-146.
& S. Creange, J. van Bennekom, G. Davies, “Unearthing a context for Nataraja: a technical and art-historical investigation of the Rijksmuseum Dancing Shiva.” In: R. Menon et al. (eds), METAL 2016, Proceedings of the interim meeting of the ICOM-CC metals working group, September 26-30, 2016, New Delhi, India. ICOM-CC / Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi, pp. 22-30.
2017 “An Amaravati-school pillar from the collections of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam and the Tokyo National Museum: style and attribution.” In: Akira Shimada and Michael Willis (eds), Amaravati: the art of an early Buddhist monument in context, London: British Museum (British Museum Research Publication no. 207), pp. 89-96.
“The Ratnanyāsa (Placing of gems) ritual in the Devyāmata, an early Saiva pratisthatantra.” In: Istvan Keul (ed.), Consecration rituals in South Asia (Numen Book Series, vol. 155), Brill, Leiden-Boston, pp. 85-112.
2018 Nataraja, the divine dancer. Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum.
Nataraja, de goddelijke danser. Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum.
2019 & Sara Creange and Joosje van Bennekom, “Nataraja informed through text and technique: a study of the monumental Indian bronze at the Rijksmuseum.” The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 67,1: 4-29.
“Wisseling in het Aziatisch Paviljoen: de wereld van het ritueel.” Aziatische Kunst 49,3: 64-66.
& C. Muru, “A bilingual Tamil-Portuguese Manuscript at the Rijksmuseum.” Aziatische Kunst 49: 34-45.
2020 “Lost and found? A note on two images of dancing Śiva from Bangladesh.” Journal of Bengal Art 25: 27-35.
“How to make a “Cola bronze”? Theory and practice of bronze casting in South India.” In: Laxshmi Rose Greaves and Adam Hardy (eds), Bridging Heaven and Earth. Art and Architecture in South Asia, 3rd Century BCE-21st Century CE, New Delhi: Dev Publishers (Research presented at the Twenty-third Conference of the European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art, Cardiff, 2016, vol. 2), pp. 201-210.
“The sage Bhringin with three legs: a unique wooden sculpture at the Rijksmuseum.” Aziatische Kunst 50,3: 18-29.
2021& Sara Creange. “The moon-crested Śiva (Chandraśekhara) in the Rijksmuseum.” Aziatische Kunst 51,2: 3-16.
Editor of: Re-envisioning Śiva Naṭarāja: a multidisciplinary perspective. Leiden: Brill.