Mary Brockington studied at St. Hilda’s College, Oxford, and is a Research Fellow of the International Association of Sanskrit Studies.
“Showing what is not: the use of illusion in classical Sanskrit Rāma plays”, in: Danuta Stasik ed., Oral—Written—Performed: the Ramayana narratives in Indian literature and arts, CrossAsia eBooks, 2020.
“From Kanauj to Laos: development of the “Floating Maiden” episode in the Southeast Asian Rāma tradition”, in: S. Settar & Parul Pandya Dhar eds., Connecting Cultures: Rāmāyaṇa retellings in South India and Southeast Asia. Proceedings of an international conference held in Bangalore, 2017, Manipal University Press, Mangalore, 2020.
The Other Rāmāyaṇa Women: regional rejection and response, ed. by John Brockington and Mary Brockington, Routledge Hindu Studies Series, Abingdon: Routledge, 2016.
“Mānaku’s Siege of Laṅkā series: words and pictures”, Artibus Asiae 73.1: 231-58, 2013.
The Motif of the Separating Sword in World Art and Literature: A Study of Its Origins and Development, Edwin Mellen Pr, 2008.
Rāma the Steadfast: An Early Form of the Rāmāyaṇa, tr. by John Brockington and Mary Brockington, Penguin Books, London, 2006.
Epic Threads, Oxford University Press India, 2003.
Epic Threads: John Brockington on the Sanskrit Epics, ed. Greg Bailey and Mary Brockington, Oxford University Press, Delhi, 2000.
Composing a Tradition: Concepts, Techniques and Relationships, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, 2000.
Stages and Transitions: temporal and historical frameworks in epic and historical literature.Proceedings of the second Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit Epics and Purāṇas, 1999. Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb, 2002.
Composing a Tradition: concepts, techniques, and relationships. Proceedings of the first Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit Epics and Purāṇas, 1997. Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb, 1999