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Johnson, William John 2014. Jainism: from ontology to taxonomy in the Jaina colonization of the universe. In: Frazier, Jessica ed. Categorisation in Indian Philosophy: Tthinking inside the Box, Dialogues in South Asian Traditions: Religion, Philosophy, Literature and History, Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 133-146.

Johnson, William John 2013. The Master Madam. The Mercurian

Johnson, William John 2013. Playing around with 'akuntal': translating for performance. Translation Review 85

Johnson, William John 2013. Playing around with Śakuntalā: translating Sanskrit drama for performance. Asian Literature and Translation (ALT) 1 (2) , pp. 1-10. 10.18573/j.2013.10200

Johnson, William John 2009. Dictionary of Hinduism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Johnson, William John, ed. 2008. The Recognition of Sakuntala: A Play in Seven Acts by Kalidasa (including 'Sakuntala in the Mahabharata') (A New Verse Translation with an Introduction and Notes). Oxford World's Classics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Johnson, William John 2006. Are Jaina Ethics Really Universal? International Journal of Jaina Studies 2 (4) , pp. 1-18.

Johnson, William John 2005. Mahabharata. Book three, the forest. Volume four. Clay Sanskrit Library Series, New York: New York University Press & JJC Foundation.

Johnson, William John 2003. The 'Jina experience': a different approach to Jaina image worship. In: Olle, Qvarnstrom ed. Jainism and Early Buddhism: Essays in Honor of Padmanabh S. Jaini. Part I, Asian Humanities Press, pp. 217-230.

Kalidasa, Dichter Indien Johnson, William John, ed. 2001. The recognition of Sakuntala: A play in seven acts. Oxford World's Classics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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