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Aubin, F. (2010).  President Sambuu’s Funeral in 1972. 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. 117-122.
Aubin, F. (2010).  To Impress the Seal : A technological Transfer. In I. Charleux; G. Delaplace; R. Hamayon; S. Pearce, Representing Power in Ancient Inner Asia : Legitimacy, Transmission and the Sacred, Bellingham, Western Washington University Press. pp. 159-207.
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Bianquis, I., Dulam, S. (2008).  Les grands rituels d’État et la réinvention de la tradition en Mongolie. Representing power in Inner Asia, Western Washington University Press. Abstract
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Charleux, I., Delaplace, G., Hamayon, R., Pearce, S. (2010).  Representing Power In Ancient Inner Asia : Legitimacy, Transmission And The Sacred. Studies on East Asia, Bellingham, Western Washington University Press. pp. 430.
Charleux, I., Delaplace, G., Hamayon, R., Pearce, S. (2010).  Representing Power in Modern Inner Asia : Conventions, Alternatives and Oppositions. Studies on East Asia, Bellingham, Western Washington University Press. pp. 357.
Charleux, I. (2010).  From ongon to icon : Legitimization, glorification and divinization of power in some examples of Mongol portraits. In Roberte Hamayon; Isabelle Charleux; Grégory Delaplace; Scott Pearce, Representing Power in Ancient Inner Asia: Legitimacy, transmission and the sacred, Bellingham, Western Washington University Press. pp. 209-261.
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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.
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.