(in press) Seals and Sealing in the Ancient World: Case Studies from the Ancient Near East, Egypt, the Indus and the Aegean, edited by M. Ameri, S.K. Costello, S.J. Scott and G. Jamison (Cambridge University Press)

“Changing Patterns of Indo-Iranian Interaction in the Third and Second Millennia BCE as seen from the Ahar-Banas Culture,” in Contextualizing Material Culture in South and Central Asia in Pre-Modern Times, ed. U. Franke and V. Widorn (2016), 37-49

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“Report on the Seal Impression and Small Finds,” in Gilund Excavations 1999-2005, ed. T. Raczek, V.S. Shinde, and G. Possehl (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014), 155-205

“Regional Diversity in the Indus: The Evidence of the Seals,” in Connections and Complexity: New Approaches to the Archaeology of South and Central Asia, Studies in Honor of Gregory L. Possehl, ed. S. Abraham, P. Gullapali, T. Raczek, and U. Rizvi (Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, 2013), 355-374

“Middle Asian Interconnections at the Turn of the Second Millennium BC: Locating the Foreign Elements in the Gilund Seals and Seal Impressions,” in The Gilund Project: Excavations in Regional Context, South Asian Archaeology 2007, Special Sessions 2, ed. T. P. Raczek and V. Shinde (Oxford: BAR International Series, Archaeopress, 2010), 41-50


G. L. Possehl, V. Shinde, and M. Ameri, “The Ahar-Banas Complex and the BMAC,” Man and Environment 29, no. 2 (2004): 18-29


V. Shinde, G. L. Possehl and M Ameri, “Excavations at Gilund 2001-2003: The Seal Impressions and Other Finds,” in South Asian Archaeology 2003, ed. U. Franke-Vogt and H. Weisshaar (Aachen: Linden Soft, 2005), 159-169