Publications

  • Several articles in: Mongols from Country to City. Floating Boundaries, Pastoralism and City Life in the Mongol Lands, København 2006 
     
  • Several articals in: The Mongolia-Tibet Interface: Opening New Research Terrains in Inner Asia, Leiden: Brill, 2007.
     
  • Ganzorig Davaa-Ochir: "Oboo worship: the Worship of Earth and Water Divinities in Mongolia." M.phil.thesis, Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, UiO, 2008. Received prize in 2008 for best Master thesis in Asian Studies in Norway from the Network of Asian Studies.
     
  • Gazizova, Valeriya. "Stupas and their Consecration in Contemporary Kalmykia." M.phil. thesis, Department of Cutlure Studies and Oriental Languages, UiO, 2009.

Presentations held at conferences - forthcoming:

  • Havnevik, Hanna.  "A Comparative Analysis of Tibetan and Mongol Female Religious Specialists". Women as Visionaries, Healers and Poisoners. Autonomous Female Religious Specialists in Tibet, the Himalyas and Inner Asia. International Conference, Humboldt University Berlin, 03.05.13-05.05.13.
     
  • Bareja Starzynska, Agata. “The Tenth Khalkha Jetsundampa – Gelugpa or Jonangpa? Tibeto-Mongolian religious contact re-examined in a global context.” 13th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies. Panel: Tibetan and Mongolian Buddhisms Transformed: Transnational Networks and local Communities. Ulaanbaatar 21.07.13 – 27.07.13.
     
  • Gazizova, Valeria. “Buddhist Communities in Contemporary Kalmykia. Revival or Reinvention?”  13th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies. Panel: Tibetan and Mongolian Buddhisms Transformed: Transnational Networks and local Communities. Ulaanbaatar 21.07.13 – 27.07.13.
     
  • Havnevik, Hanna. “Buddhist modernity as played out in new temples in contemporary Ulaanbaatar.” 13th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies. Panel: Tibetan and Mongolian Buddhisms Transformed: Transnational Networks and local Communities. Ulaanbaatar 21.07.13 – 27.07.13
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