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Argounova-Low, T. (2009).  Black Food: Subsistence, Diet, and Exchange in Yessei Yakut Society (English). Aliments noirs : subsistance, régime alimentaire et échange dans la société yessei yakute (French), 56, Duke University Press, Durham, NC. pp. 479-507. Abstract
Alexander, C., Buchli, V., Humphrey, C. (2007).  Urban life in post-Soviet Asia. London, UCL. pp. xii, 212 p..
Argounova Low, T. (2007).  Close relatives and outsiders : Village people in the city of Yakutsk, Siberia. Arctic anthropology, 44, pp. 51-61. Abstract
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Bourgeois, J., De Wulf, A., Goossens, R., Gheyle,, Wouter, (2007).  Saving the frozen Scythian tombs of the Altai Mountains (Central Asia). World archaeology, 39, pp. 458-474. Abstract
Baştuĝ, S. (1993).  Kök Türük kinship terminology: an Omaha model . Central Asiatic Journal, 37, pp. 1-20. Abstract
Charleux, I. (2006).  Copies de Bodhgaya en Asie orientale : Les stupas de type Wuta a Pekin et kokeqota (Mongolie Interieure). Arts asiatiques, 61, pp. 120-142. Abstract
Charleux, I. (2006).  Temples et monastères de Mongolie-Intérieure. Paris, Comité des Travaux Historiques et Scientifiques & Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art. Abstract
Charleux, I., Even, M., Lacaze, G. (2004).  Un document mongol sur l'intronisation du IXe Dalai Lama. Journal asiatique, 292, pp. 151-222. Abstract
Charleux, I., Lacaze, G. (2004).  L'intronisation du IXe Dalai lama vue par un prince mongol : un rouleau peint conservé à la bibliothèque de l'Institut des Hautes Etudes Chinoises. Arts asiatiques, 59, pp. 30-57. Abstract
Charleux, I. (2002).  Padmasambhava's travel to the north. The pilgrimage to the monastery of the caves and the old schools of Tibetan Buddhism in Mongolia. Central Asiatic journal, 46, pp. 168-232.
Curtin, J. (1909).  A Journey in Southern Siberia. London, Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd. pp. 319 p..
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
Fiedel, S.J., Kuzmin, Y.V., Ramsey-Christopher-Bronk,, Higham-Thomas-F-G, (2007).  RADIOCARBON DATE FREQUENCY AS AN INDEX OF INTENSITY OF PALEOLITHIC OCCUPATION OF SIBERIA : DID HUMANS REACT PREDICTABLY TO CLIMATE OSCILLATIONS?; 19th International Radiocarbon Conference, Keble College, Oxford, England. 3-7 April 2006. Radiocarbon, 49, pp. 741-756. Abstract
Ferret, C. (2006).  Techniques iakoutes aux confins de la civilisation altaïque du cheval. Contribution à une anthropologie de l'action.. Paris, EHESS. pp. 1239 pages. Abstract
Gentes, A.A. (2008).  Exile to Siberia, 1590-1822. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. pp. xiii, 271 p..
Haverkort, C.M., Weber, A., Katzenberg M., A., Goriunova, O.I., Creaser, R.A. (2008).  Hunter-gatherer mobility strategies and resource use based on strontium isotope (87Sr/86Sr) analysis : a case study from Middle Holocene Lake Baikal, Siberia. Journal of archaeological science, 35, pp. 1265-1280. Abstract
Georg, H.F. (2007).  Notes on Blood Revenge among the Reindeer Evenki of Manchuria (Northeast China). Asian folklore studies, 66, pp. 165-178. Abstract
Habeck, J.O. (2005).  What it means to be a herdsman : the practice and image of reindeer husbandry among the Komi of northern Russia. Münster ; London, LitCambridge University.. pp. 271.
Halemba, A. (2003).  Contemporary religious life in the Republic of Altai – the interaction of Buddhism and Shamanism. Sibirica, 3, pp. 165-182.
Humphrey, C. (2002).  The unmaking of Soviet life : everyday economies after socialism. Culture and society after socialism, Ithaca ; London, Cornell University Press. pp. xxvii, 265 p..
Humphrey, C., Sneath, D. (1999).  The end of Nomadism? : society, state, and the environment in Inner Asia. Durham, NC, Duke University Press.
Heyne, (1999).  The Social Significance of the Shaman among the Chinese Reindeer-Evenki. Asian Folklore Studies, 58, pp. 377-395. Abstract
Hamayon, R., Garanger, M., Garanger, C. (1997).  Taïga : terre de chamans. Paris, Imprimerie nationale éditions. pp. 214 p..
Humphrey, C., Onon, U. (1996).  Shamans and elders : experience, knowledge and power among the Daur Mongols. Oxford, Clarendon Press. pp. x,396p..