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Longair, Sarah (2016) Cracks in the dome: fractured histories of empire in the Zanzibar Museum, 1897–1964. Routledge (previously with Ashgate). ISBN 9781472437877

Longair, Sarah (2019) Projections of Empire: The architecture of colonial museums in East Africa. In: The MacKenzie Moment: Essays Presented to Professor John M. MacKenzie. Britain and the World . Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2018) Reconstructing the lives of professional women in 1930s Zanzibar through image, object and text. In: British women and cultural practices of empire, 1775-1930. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2015) Representing “Our island Sultanate” in London and Zanzibar: cross-currents in educating imperial publics. In: Exhibiting the Empire: Cultures of Display and the British Empire. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 257-278. ISBN 9780719091094

Longair, Sarah (2018) Seats and sites of authority: British colonial collecting on the East African coast. In: Coastal cultures of the long nineteenth century. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2017) Visions of the global: the classical and the eclectic in colonial East African architecture. Cahiers d'Etudes de l'Afrique de l'Est (51). pp. 161-178. ISSN .

Longair, Sarah (2018) The "colonial moment" in the lives of objects from the Swahili coast. In: Worlds on the horizon: Swahili arts across the Indian Ocean. Krannert Art Museum / University of Illinois Press, Illinois. ISBN 9781883015497

Longair, Sarah (2012) The experience of a “lady curator”: negotiating curatorial challenges in the Zanzibar Museum. In: Curating Empire: museums and the British Imperial experience. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 122-144. ISBN 9780719085079

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