You are here

Tamara I. Sears

Tamara I. Sears is an Assistant Professor of the History of Art at Yale University.  Her publications have appeared in edited volumes and journals, including the Art Bulletin, Archives of Asian Art, and South Asian Studies, and her first book, Worldly Gurus and Spiritual Kings: Architecture and Asceticism in Medieval India is forthcoming in Spring 2014 from Yale University Press.  A recipient of J. Paul Getty, Fulbright, and Fulbright Hays fellowships, she is currently working on a new book project that looks at temple towns in central India through the rubrics of mobility, river routes, and wilderness urbanisms, and at architecture, and architectural knowledge, as an archive for mapping mobility, cultural authority, and the spread of religious practice and courtly culture around the turn of the first millennium.

Tamara I. Sears is a member of: