Simpson, E. & Tilche, A. 2015. The future of the rural world? India’s villages 1950-2015. SOAS: University of London
Tilche, A. & Simpson, E. 2018. Marriage and the crisis of peasant society in Gujarat, India. Journal of Peasant Studies, 45(7): 1518-1538
Tilche, A. & Simpson, E. 2018. On trusting ethnography: methods, self, and the agency of fields of Gujarat, India. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 23(4): 690 78
Simpson, E, Tilche, A. Jeffery, P. Sbriccoli, T., Otten, T. 2017. A brief history of incivility in rural India, 1950-2015. Caste, religion and anthropology. Comparative Studies in Society and History. 60 (1): 58-59
Tilche, A. 2016 Migration, bachelorhood and discontent among the Patidars. Economic and Political Weekly, 51(26-27): 17-24
Tilche, A. 2015. A forgotten Adivasi landscape: memory and museums in western India. Contributions to Indian Sociology. 49 (2): 188-215
Tilche, A. 2014. Pithora in the time of kings, elephants and art dealers: art and social change in western India. Visual Anthropology. 20(1): 1-20
Tilche, A. (forthcoming). Migration, bachelorhood and discontent among the Patidars. In India’s villages in the 21st century. S. Jhodka and E. Simpson (eds).
Tilche, A. (forthcoming). Art and religious reform among the Rathavas of western India. Brill’s encyclopaedia of the religions among the indigenous people of South Asia. Carrin, M. & H. Tambs-Lyche (eds).
Tilche, A. 2009. Tanslating museums. In G.N. Devy, Geoffrey V. Davis, K.K. Chakravarty (eds) Indigeneity: Culture and Representation. New Delhi: Orient Blackswan.
Tilche, A. (forthcoming). Review Article. Another India: explorations and expressions of Indigenous South Asia (M. Elliot). Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
Tilche, A. 2011 Review Article. Sacrificing people. An invasion of a tribal landscape. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 2, 17
Tilche, A. 2009 Review Article. Hindu nationalism: a reader (C. Jaffrelot) Contemporary South Asia. 17, 3
Bajranje, D. & Tilche, A. (forthcoming). Broken Gods. Nomad Movies Production. Funded by the Leverhulme Trust and the LSE.
Bajranje, D. & Tilche, A. 2013. Film. Sundarana. Marriage and migration among the Patidars. Nomad Movies Production. Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, UK. India (43 min).