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Communities of absence: emotions, time, and Buddhism in the creation of belonging2021 Numen 68 (5-6): 436-62
  • Erica Baffelli
  • Frederik Schröer
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973in special issue 'The aesthetics and emotions of religious belonging: examples from the Buddhist world, edited by Erica Baffelli, Jane Caple, Levi McLaughlin, Frederik Schröer'
The aesthetics of in/authenticity: Buddhism, commodification, and ethnoreligious belonging in a Sino-Tibetan contact zone2021 Numen 68 (5-6): 540-66
  • Trine Brox
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973in special issue 'The aesthetics and emotions of religious belonging: examples from the Buddhist world, edited by Erica Baffelli, Jane Caple, Levi McLaughlin, Frederik Schröer'
When is a hat a mountain? The material religion of Gesar bards’ hats2020 Material religion 16 (2): 187-212
  • Natasha L. Mikles
H6/KFO [MATERIAL-]1743-2200
How did the cultural revolution affect your culture?2020 ab-Original 4 (1-2): 148-55
  • Amy Eisenberg
  • John Amato photogr
2470-6221
Between ‘silence’ and expression. Plants among Tibetan nomads2020 Anthropologie et sociétés 44 (3): 67-89
  • Gillian G. Tan
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0702-8997in special issue 'Devenir-plante. Enlacements et attachements'; English and Spanish summaries
Sowa Rigpa humanitarianism: local logics of care within a global politics of compassion2020 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 34 (2): 174-91
  • Barbara Gerke
  • Sienna R. Craig
  • Victoria Sheldon
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
Colonization with Chinese characteristics: politics of (in)security in Xinjiang and Tibet2019 Central Asian survey 38 (1): 129-47
  • Dibyesh Anand
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937in special issue 'Securitization, insecurity and conflict in contemporary Xinjiang'
Self-possessed and self-governed: transcendent spirituality in Tibetan Tantric Buddhism2019 Ethnos 84 (4): 557-87
  • Bruce M. Knauft
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844in special issue 'What possessed you? Spirits, property, and political sovereignty at the limits of 'possession'
The soteriological context of a Tibetan oracle2019 Himalaya: the journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 39 (1): 42-52
  • Katarina Turpeinen
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834
The potency of tradition: turquoise, coral, and pearl in Sowa Rigpa2019 Himalaya: the journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 39 (1): 91-110
  • Barbara Gerke
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834in thematic section 'Approaching potent substances in medicine and ritual across Asia'
Garuda 5 (khyung lnga): ecologies of potency and the poison-medicine spectrum of Sowa Rigpa’s renowned ‘black aconite’ formula2019 Himalaya: the journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 39 (1): 111-28
  • Jan M. A. van der Valk
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834in thematic section 'Approaching potent substances in medicine and ritual across Asia'
Conceptions of potency, purity, and synergy-by-design: toward developing a Sowa Rigpa medical theory-based approach to pharmaceutical research2019 Himalaya: the journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 39 (1): 129-49
  • James H. Nettles
  • Tawni L. Tidwell
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834in thematic section 'Approaching potent substances in medicine and ritual across Asia'
Medicinal mandala: potency in spatiality2019 Himalaya: the journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 39 (1): 164-88
  • Anna Sehnalova
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834in thematic section 'Approaching potent substances in medicine and ritual across Asia'
Challenging the biomedical notion of 'active substance': the botanical plasticity of Tibetan medical formulas2019 Himalaya: the journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 39 (1): 208-18
  • Herbert Schwabl
  • Jan M. A. van der Valk
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834in thematic section 'Approaching potent substances in medicine and ritual across Asia'
Traditionalization as a response to state-induced development in rural Tibetan areas of Qinghai, PRC2019 Central Asian survey 38 (3): 417-31
  • Jarmila Ptackova
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937in special issue 'Practices of traditionalization in Central Asia'
The power of genres and the project of secularisation: publishing the Gesar epic in contemporary China2019 Culture and religion 20 (3): 322-50
  • Natasha L. Mikles
H6/KFO [SCOTTISH-]1475-5610
A careful village: comedic dialogues and linguistic modernity in China's Tibet2018 Journal of Asian studies 77 (2): 453-74
  • Timothy Thurston
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
Verses of praise and denigration: finding poetic creativity in the Tibetan election in exile2018 Himalaya: the journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 38 (1): 177-88
  • Tsering Wangchuk
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834in special issue 'Popular music across the Himalayas'
Dialectal variation and development of Khams Tibetan in northern Shangri-La municipality2018 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) (95): 5-63
  • Hiroyuki Suzuki
H6 [JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES. Tokyo]0387-2807English summary
Refusal as political practice: citizenship, sovereignty, and Tibetan refugee status2018 American ethnologist 45 (3): 367-79
  • Carole McGranahan
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Post-disaster development among Yushu peri-urban nomads: local agency, risk perception and legal framework (Qinghai Province, PRC)2018 Nomadic peoples (NS) 22 (2): 222-48
  • Monia Chies
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942
A Korean, an Australian, a nomad, and a martial artists meet on the Tibetan plateau: encounters with foreigners in a Tibetan comedy from Amdo2018 Journal of folklore research 55 (3): 1-24
  • Timothy Thurston
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
The purist campaign as metadiscursive regime in China’s Tibet2018 Inner Asia 20 (2): 199-218
  • Timothy Thurston
H6/KW [INNER-]1464-8172
Modern education and literary traditions: a comparative view on the development of modern Uyghur and Tibetan literature2018 Central Asian survey 37 (4): 563-81
  • Michal Zelcer-Lavid
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937
Differentiating smoke: smoke as duwa and smoke from bsang on the Tibetan Plateau2018 Anthropological forum 28 (2): 126-36
  • Gillian G. Tan
H6/KX [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0066-4677in special issue 'Smoke and anthropology'
A Tibetan Catholic Christmas in China. Ethnic identity and encounters with ritual and revitalization2018 Asian ethnology 77 (1-2): 353-70
  • Brendan A. Galipeau
H6/KWS [FOLKLORE-]1882-6865
The love letters of a Buddhist Tantric couple: reflections on poetic style and epistolary intimacy2017 History of religions 56 (3): 311-51
  • Holly Gayley
H6/KFO [HISTORY-]0018-2710
Imperial but not colonial: archival truths, British India, and the case of the "naughty" Tibetans2017 Comparative studies in society and history 59 (1): 68-95
  • Carole McGranahan
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
'Everything costs money': livelihood and economics in the 'new resettled village' of Sogrima, Golok (Qinghai province)2017 Nomadic peoples (NS) 21 (1): 136-51
  • Sodnamkyid
  • Emilia Roża Sułek
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942
Tibetan diaspora, mobility and place: 'exiles in their own homeland'2017 Theory, culture and society 34 (1): 115-36
  • Chris Vasantkumar
H6 [THEORY-]0263-2764
Photography as event: power, the Kodak camera, and territoriality in early twentieth-century Tibet2017 Comparative studies in society and history 59 (2): 310-45
  • Simeon Koole
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
Tibetan diaspora, mobility and place: 'exiles in their own homeland'2017 Theory, culture and society 34 (1): 115-36
  • Chris Vasantkumar
H6 [THEORY-]0263-2764
Shamanic power as an agent of reconciling communal conflicts2017 Shaman 25 (1-2): 159-80
  • Takako Yamada
*H6/KFO [SHAMAN-]1216-7827in special issue 'The First Conference of the International Society for Academic Research on Shamanism (ISARS), Delphi, Greece, in 2015'
Where do songs come from? An attempt to explain some verses of regilaul2017 Folklore (Tartu) 68: 115-30
  • Aado Lintrop
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957in thematic issue 'Oral singing traditions II'
Maintenance of the Bonpo monastic community in contemporary Tibetan society: with special reference to performance of 'cham in Amdo Shar-khog2017 Memoirs of the Research Department of the Toyo Bunko (75): 177-203
  • Kengo Konishi
H6/KWV [TOKYO-]0082-562X
In search of trust and efficacy: Tibetan medicine in multiethnic Rebgong, Qinghai, China2017 Medicine Anthropology Theory 4 (5)
  • Nianggajia
  • Heidi Fjeld
2405-691X
Role of Tibetan women in carbon balance in the Alpine grasslands of the Tibetan plateau, a review2016 Nomadic peoples (NS) 20 (1): 108-22
  • A. Allan Degen
  • Andrew White
  • Ruiijun Long
  • Zhanhuan Shang
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942
The multiple meanings and uses of Tibetan ritual dance: Cham in context2016 Journal of ritual studies 30 (1): 7-24
  • Ann R. David
  • Geoffrey Samuel
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]0990-1112in special issue 'Transformation in contemporary South Asian ritual: from sacred action to public performance'
Reclaiming national space, rejuvenating local place: the Cham at the Kye monastery in Spiti2016 Journal of ritual studies 30 (1): 49-60
  • Latika Gupta
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]0990-1112in special issue 'Transformation in contemporary South Asian ritual: from sacred action to public performance'
Plant names as traces of the past in Shuiluo valley, China2016 Journal of ethnobiology 36 (1): 192-214
  • Caroline S. Weckerle
  • Franz K. Huber
  • George Pincuo
  • Henriette Daudey
  • Katia Chirkova
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771Chinese summary
Teahouse and telephones. Mobile communication and spatial practices of Tibetan herders in southern Amdo2016 Inner Asia 18 (1): 37-57
  • Lilian Iselin
H6/KW [INNER-]1464-8172in special issue 'Spatial transformations in China's northwestern borderlands'
Ecological degradation and endangered ethnicities: China's minority environmental discourses as manifested in popular songs2016 Journal of Asian studies 75 (1): 181-205
  • Nimrod Baranovitch
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
The marginal situation and survival strategies of the Tibetan Bonpo in India2016 Journal of archaeology and anthropology 84: 145-90
  • Yu-shan Liu
H6/KWS [TAIWAN-]0077-5483English summary
Boundaries of belonging: Sino-Indian relations and the 1960 Tibetan Muslim incident2016 Journal of Asian studies 75 (3): 595-620
  • David G. Atwill
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
Theorizing refusal: an introduction2016 Cultural anthropology 31 (3): 319-25
  • Carole McGranahan
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356introduction to thematic section 'Openings and retrospectives'
Refusal and the gift of citizenship2016 Cultural anthropology 31 (3): 334-41
  • Carole McGranahan
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356in thematic section 'Openings and retrospectives'
From West to East: rethinking social organization and kinship studies in the Tibetan Himalayas through a comparison between Sherpas and rGyalrongs2016 Taiwan journal of anthropology 14 (2): 95-144
  • Ting-yu Wang
H6/KWS [TAIWAN-]1727-1878English summary
Diversity and politics of development in China's ethnic borderland2016 Etnografías Contemporáneas 2 (2): 114-33
  • Yinong Zhang
2451-8050in special issue 'China y las transformaciones del capitalismo contemporáneo'; English summary
Positioning Sowa Rigpa in India: coalition and antagonism in the quest for recognition2016 Medicine Anthropology Theory 3 (2): 50-86
  • Calum Blaikie
2405-691Xin thematic section 'Ethnomedicine and medical anthropology today, in the case of Tibet'
The recognition of Sowa Rigpa in India2016 Medicine Anthropology Theory 3 (2): 19-49
  • Stephan Kloos
2405-691Xin thematic section 'Ethnomedicine and medical anthropology today, in the case of Tibet'