I. Sacred Designs:
1. Candi Kalasan's Mahayana Buddhist Panthen: a comparative analysis based on design principles presented in the Manjusri Vastuvidyasastra.
2. Space and order in Prambanan.
3. The temple of Dong Duong and the Karandavyuha Sutra.
4. Non-duality in the narrative design of the Sutasoma.
5. More on the archaeological mapping of the fourteenth-century Royal City of Majapahit based on a Balinese description in the Kidung Pamancangah.
II. Language and literature:
1. A note on the problem of Sanskrit loanwords in Malay.
2. The Old Javanese Bhomantaka and its floridity.
3. Echoes of the ecumene: the wrestling match in the Kiratarjuniya of Bharavi and the Arjunawiwaha of Mpu Kanwa.
4. Javanese manuscripts of the Tattvajnana.
III. Ancient Javanese Politics:
1. Majapahit’s Sri Maharaja Jayanagara and an Old Javanese temple model of politics.
2. The Old Sundanese Carita Parahyangan, King Warak, and the fracturing of the Javanese polity, c. 803 A.D.
IV. Indian Goddesses in Java and Bali:
1. Ritu Kidul and Manimekhala: relations between South India and Java.
2. The demonic image of the Goddess Durga in Bali.
V. Art History:
1. A Khmer Visnu image in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
2. Sudhana and Manohara: a story of love, loss and redemption at Candi Borobudur.
3. A new date of a painting of the Siwaratrikalpa.
4. King Arjuna Sasrabahu dances in Java.
5. Preliminary notes on shared peculiarities of the Ramayana in ninth century Tibet and Java.
6. Once again the statues from the Kombeng Cave, East Kalimantan.
7. Rama, Ratu Kidul and Buddha.