Dr Nadhra Shahbaz Khan is Associate Professor of art and architectural history and serves as the Director Gurmani Centre for Languages and Literature at the Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan https://www.gcll.lums.edu.pk. A specialist in the history of art and architecture of the Punjab from the sixteenth to the early twentieth century, her research covers the visual and material culture of this region during the Mughal, Sikh, and colonial periods. Her publications, conference papers and other research activities spread over more than a decade, especially her book titled Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s Samādhi in Lahore: A Summation of Sikh Architectural and Decorative Practices and a website (https://www.sikhvirsa.org.pk/home/) that features Sikh artefacts in the Lahore Fort’s Sikh Gallery, have successfully brought Sikh art and architecture at the forefront of Pakistan’s heritage discussions and conservation activities.
Khan, N. (2018). Ayina-Kari in the Sheesh Mahal, Lahore Fort: Issues of Attribution, Appreciation and Interpretation. Artibus Asiae, 78 (2).
Khan, N. (2012). Posthumous Homage Paid to Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Jamal: A Journal of Aesthetics, 1 (1), 65-74.
Khan, N. (2010). Frescoes in Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Samadhi. Lahore: Paintings, Murals and Calligraphy, Marg, 61 (4), 72-85.
Khan, N. (2010). Life at the Lahore Darbar: 1799-1839. Journal of South Asian Studies, 25 (2), 283-301.
Khan, N. (2008). Frescoes Unveiled: Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Samadhi in Lahore. Marg, 59 (4), 54-59.
Khan, N. (2019). Reading, Revising and Reviving the Narrative of Private Spaces in Pre-Partition Lahore, Under Review. Jennifer Leaning (Eds.), The 1947 Partition of British India: Looking Back, Informing the Future.
Khan, N. (2017). John Lockwood Kipling, Published. Athar Tahir (Eds.), Oxford Companion to Pakistani Art, Oxford University Press.
Khan, N. (2017). Industrial Art Education in Colonial Punjab: Kipling's Pedagogy and Hereditary Craftsmen, Published. Julius Bryant and Susan Weber (Eds.), John Lockwood Kipling: Arts and Crafts in the Punjab and London, Yale University Press.
Khan, N. (2013). The Secular Sikh Maharaja and his Muslim Wife: Rani Gul Bahar Begum., Published. Mahesh Sharma and Padma Kaimal (Eds.), Indian Painting: Themes, Histories, Interpretations, (pp. 247-254), Mapin.
Khan, N. (2019). Reinterpreting Sikh Monuments of Lahore.
Khan, N. (2018). Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Samadhi in Lahore: A Summation of Sikh Architectural and Decorative Practices.
Naeem Khan, N. (2018). "The Lahore Museum Sikh Gallery: Art Works and Their Narratives.". CAA (College Art Association), Los Angeles, United States of America.
Naeem Khan, N. (2018). "Selfhoods and lives of some artifacts in the Lahore Museum: Sikh, Colonial and Postcolonial.". Troubling Legacies: South African Visual Arts Historians Conference. University of Stellenbosch., Stellenbosch, South Africa.
Naeem Khan, N. (2017). "Lahore Fort's Picture Wall: Jahangir and Shah Jahan's Decrees Read by Lahori Eyes.". ACSAA (American Council for Southern Asian Art). Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States of America.
Naeem Khan, N. (2016). "Kipling's Lahore: Drawing and Reading Architecture.". Kipling in India: India in Kipling. Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla, India.
Naeem Khan, N. (2014). "Ayina-Kari in Sheesh Mahal Lahore Fort: Mughal or Sikh?". Sikh Research Conference, University of Warwick., Coventry, United Kingdom.
Naeem Khan, N. (2013). "The Lahore Fort and its Four Courts: Power Symbols Used by a Mughal and a Sikh Ruler.". Sikholars 2013, Graduate Student and Professionals Conference. Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States of America.
Naeem Khan, N. (2013). "Mythos to Ethos: Wall Paintings and Nineteenth Century Punjabi Women.". Punjabi University., Patiala, India.
Naeem Khan, N. (2013). "Mistris or Craftsmen as Authors of Instruction Manuals in Early Twentieth Century Punjab.". Labour, Livelihood and Culture: Crafts and Music in the Middle East, South and Central Asia., London, United Kingdom.
Naeem Khan, N. (2012). "The Sikh Diaspora and their Heritage: 'the West' Goes Back to the Rest.". Association of Critical Heritage Studies (ACHS), Gothenburg, Sweden.
Naeem Khan, N. (2011). "Hazuri Bagh Baradari: A Reflection of 19th Century Sikh Architectural Practices.". THAAP Conference (Trust for History, Art and Architecture of Punjab), Lahore, Pakistan.
Naeem Khan, N. (2010). "Samadhi Bhai Vasti Ram: A Study of Sikh Architectural Ornamentation.". THAAP Conference (Historiography of Architecture in Pakistan and the Region), Lahore, Pakistan.
Naeem Khan, N. (2010). "Themes of 19th Century Sikh Frescoes: Myth, Royalty, Rituals and Festivals.". 3rd International Congress of the Society of South Asian Archaeology, University of Kelaniya, Columbo, Sri Lanka.
Naeem Khan, N. (2009). "Persian Characteristics of Nineteenth Century Sikh Monuments.". Fourth Biennial Convention of the Association for the Study of Persianate Societies (ASPS), Lahore, Pakistan.
Naeem Khan, N. (2007). "Murals Discovered in Kharak Singh's Haveli.". Punjab Murals: Themes, Context, Patronage and Technique. Department of Fine Arts, Punjabi University, Patiala, India.
Khan, N. (2016). Sikh Interpretations of the Mughal Shalamar Garden in Lahore. 34th CIHA: Garden & Courtyard Session, 148-156.