2020 – Object in Focus book about a mammoth ivory model of the Siberian Yhyakh summer festival, co-authored with Prof. Alison Brown and Dr Tanya Argounova-Low (London: British Museum Press)
2020 – ‘South Asia’ & ‘Two sides of the coin: from Sophytes to Skanda-Kārttikeya’ in R. Mairs (ed.) The Graeco-Bactrian and Indo-Greek World (Routledge, forthcoming 2020). (peer-reviewed)
2019 – ‘From Geography to Paradoxography: the use, transmission and survival of Megasthenes’ Indica‘ Journal of Ancient History (forthcoming). (peer-reviewed)
2019 – ‘Colonial Collecting in Ceylon: Dispersing the Hugh Nevill Collections across the British Isles’, in A.B. Peyton and K.A. Paul (eds.) Arts of South Asia: Cultures of Collecting (Gainesville: University of Florida Press; David A. Cofrin Asian art manuscript series), pp.63-94. (peer-reviewed)
2018 – ‘India and the Himalayas. From the Mauryas to the Palas, the rise and fall of Buddhist art in India’, in Traveller’s Eye: Selected works from the Francisco Capelo Asian collections. This catalogue will accompany the opening of the Casa Asia-Coleção Francisco Capelo.
2016 – S. Jansari & R. Ricot, ‘Megasthenes and the Astomoi: a case study into ethnography and paradoxography’, in H. Brinkhaus and J. Wiesehöfer (eds.) Classica et Orientalia (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2016), pp. 85-96. (peer-reviewed)