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Delaplace, G. (2012).  A slightly complicated door. The ethnography and conceptualisation of North Asian Borders. In F. Billé; G. Delaplace; C. Humphrey, Frontier Encounters : Knowledge and Practice at the Russian, Chinese and Mongolian Border, Cambridge, Open Book Publishers. pp. 1-17.
Desjacques, A. (2012).  Y-a-t-il une civilisation de Barbares ? Le cas des Mongols dans l’histoire. In Norah Giraldi Dei Cas; Fatiha Idmhand; Cathy Fourez, Les lieux et figures de la barbarie, Bruxelles, P.I.E. Peter Lang. pp. 77-83.
Delaplace, G. (2011).  Enterrer, submerger, oublier. Invention et subversion du souvenir des morts en Mongolie. Raisons politiques, 41, pp. 87-103. Abstract
Delaplace, G. (2010).  Le cheval magnétomètre. Dressage et « choses invisibles » en Mongolie contemporaine. In Aigle, Denise; Charleux, Isabelle; Goossaert, Vincent; Hamayon, Roberte, Miscellanea Asiatica. Mélanges en l’honneur de Françoise Aubin, Sankt Augustin, Institut Monumenta Serica. pp. 121-139. Abstract
Delaplace, G. (2010).  Chinese Ghosts in Mongolia. Inner Asia, 12, pp. 127-141. Abstract
Delaplace, G. (2010).  Marshal Choibalsan’s second funeral. In I. Charleux; G. Delaplace; R. Hamayon; S. Pearce, Representing Power in Modern Inner Asia : Conventions, Alternatives and Oppositions, Bellingham, Western Washington University Press. pp. 97-116.
Diener, A.C. (2009).   One Homeland or Two? The Nationalization and Transnationalization of Mongolia's Kazakhs. Stanford, Stanford university press. Abstract
Ducloux, A. (2009).  Tyrannie domestique et clientélisme au féminin : enjeux de pouvoirs entre (maîtresses) femmes à Samarcande (Ouzbékistan). Chimères, 71, pp. 71-84. Abstract
Delaplace, G. (2009).  A Sheep Herder's Rage. Silence and Grief in Contemporary Mongolia. Ethnos, 74(4), (4)pp. 514-534. Abstract
Desjacques, A. (2009).  Rhapsodie en sol mongol. Collection Récits de vie, Lille, Le Riffle. pp. 147.
Delaplace, G. (2008).  L'invention des morts. Sépultures, fantômes et photographie en Mongolie contemporaine. Nord-Asie, Paris, Centre d'Études Mongoles et Sibériennes, École Pratique des Hautes Études. pp. 374. Abstract
Donahoe, B., Habeck, J.O., Halemba, A., Santha, I (2008).  Size and Place in the Construction of Indigeneity in the Russian Federation. Current Anthropology, 49, pp. 993-1020. Abstract
Dwyer, M.J., Istomin, K.V. (2008).  Theories of Nomadic Movement: A New Theoretical Approach for Understanding the Movement Decisions of Nenets and Komi Reindeer Herders. Human Ecology, 36, pp. 521-533. Abstract
Desjacques, A. (2008).  Sur quelques huchements mongols adressés aux « cinq museaux ». Ethnozootechnie, 84, pp. 107-114.
Delaplace, G., Kaplonski, C., Sneath, D. (2008).   The end of post-socialism ? An account of the 1st of July riots in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Inner Asia, 10, pp. 353-365.
Desjacques, A. (2008).  Flûtes mongoles. Traversières Magazines, 92, pp. 17-24.
Dirksen, V.G., Van Geel, B., Koulkova, M.A., Zaitseva, G. I, Sementsov, A.A., Scott, E.M., Cook, G.T., Van Der Plicht, J., Lebedeva, L.M., Bourova, N.D., Bokovenko, N.A., Ramsey-Christopher-Bronk,, Higham-Thomas-F-G, (2007).  CHRONOLOGY OF HOLOCENE CLIMATE AND VEGETATION CHANGES AND THEIR CONNECTION TO CULTURAL DYNAMICS IN SOUTHERN SIBERIA; 19th International Radiocarbon Conference, Keble College, Oxford, England. 3-7 April 2006. Radiocarbon, 49, pp. 1103-1121. Abstract
Delaplace, G., Micoud, V. (2007).  Les usages sociaux de la photographie en Mongolie: questions de méthode. ethnographiques.org, 13,
Delaplace, G. (2007).   The Little Human and The Daughter-in-law: Invisibles as Seen Through the Eyes of Different Kinds of People. Inner Asia, 9, pp. 197-214. Abstract
Delaplace, G. (2006).  Le crapaud, les tortues et les canards. Sur la pratique du fengshui à Oulan-Bator. Études Mongoles et Sibériennes, Centrasiatiques et Tibétaines, 36-37, Paris, pp. 187-205.
Delaplace, G. (2006).  The place of the dead : Power, subjectivity and funerary topography in North-Western Mongolia. In David Sneath, States of Mind : Power, Places and the Subject in Inner Asia, Bellingham, Western Washington University Press. pp. 47-62.
Dor, R. (2005).  Sarah-Rose la rosophile, Gulsevar Gulsara. Virelangues d'Ouzbékistan. Paris, Editions Langues & Mondes. pp. 152.
Dacyšen, V. (2005).  Le sangha de Touva durant le protectorat russe (1911-1921). Slavica Occitania, 21, pp. 401-411.
Dordžieva, G. (2005).  Le lharamba Agvan Doržiev et le clergé kalmouk. Slavica Occitania, 21, pp. 179-184.
Delaplace, G. (2004).  The aftertaste of hope. Elements for a historical approach to the study of collectives in Mongolia and Buryatia. Inner Asia, 6, pp. 125-134.