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Charleux, I. (2007).  The Khan’s City : Kökeqota and the role of a capital city in Mongolian state formation. In David Sneath, Imperial Statecraft : Political Forms and Techniques of Governance in Inner Asia, Sixth-Twentieth Centuries, Bellingham, Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University & Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit, University of Cambridge. pp. 175-206.
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Fijn, N. (2011).  Living with Herds. Human-Animal Coexistence in Mongolia. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. pp. 274. Abstract
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Gray, P.A. (2005).  The predicament of Chukotka's indigenous movement : post-Soviet activism in the Russian far north. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. pp. 276.
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High, M.M. (2008).  Dangerous Fortunes: Wealth and Patriarchy in the Mongolian Informal Gold Mining Economy. University of Cambridge. 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.
Humphrey, C. (1983).  Karl Marx collective : economy, society and religion in a Siberian collective farm. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. pp. xviii,522p..
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Irvine, R. (2012).  Thinking with Animals: Horses, Dogs and Khiimor in Eastern Mongolia. Cambridge. Abstract
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Legrand, J. (1979).  Conceptions de l'espace, division territoriale et divisions politiques chez les Mongols de l'époque post‑impériale. In Équipe Écologie et anthropologie des sociétés pastorales, Production pastorale et société : actes du colloque international sur le pastoralisme nomade, Paris 1-3 Déc. 1976, Cambridge, Paris, Cambridge University Press, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme. pp. 155-170.
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Vainshtein, S. I, Humphrey, C. (1980).  Nomads of South Siberia : the pastoral economies of Tuva. Cambridge studies in social anthropology ; 25, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. pp. x,289p..