Županov, Ines G. is Senior Research Fellow at the CNRS in Paris and a former director of the Centre d’études de l’Inde et de l’Asie du Sud (CNRS-EHESS). She is a social and cultural historian of Catholic missions in South Asia and has also worked on other topics related to the Portuguese empire. In addition to two other books, she recently published a monograph co-written with Ângela Barreto Xavier: Catholic Orientalism; Portuguese Empire, Indian Knowledge, 16th-18th centuries (OUP, New Delhi, 2015). She has edited ten books and published chapters and articles in English and French in edited volumes and peer-reviewed journals (such as Annales, Representations,Indian Economic and Social History Review, Archives de sciences sociales des religions, Journal of Early Modern History, Journal of Economic and Social History of the Orient, RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics, Comparative Studies in Society and History).
- Oxford Handbook of the Jesuits, editor, New York: Oxford University Press, 2019 (40 chapters + Introduction) 1089 pp.
- « Rival Mission, Rival Science? Jesuits and Pietists in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century South India. » (with Will Sweetman), Comparative Studies in Society and History, 61(3), 2019, 624-653. doi:10.1017/S0010417519000203
- “Between Mogor and Salsete: Rodolfo Acquaviva’s Error” in Catholic Missionaries in Early Modern Asia: Patterns of Localisation, eds. Nadine Amsler, Andrea Baadea, Bernard Heyberger, Christian Windler, Abingdon: Taylor and Francis a/Routledge (2019).
- “Borderlands of knowledge in the Estado da Índia (16th-18th centuries),” in The Oxford Handbook of the Borderlands of the Iberian World, eds. Cynthia Radding and Danna Levin Rojo, New York: Oxford University Press, 2019 (DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199341771.013.12).
- The Rites Controversies in the Early Modern World, coedited volume with Pierre-Antoine Fabre, Leiden: Brill, 2018, 406 p.