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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. (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).  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.
Dashnyam, B., Zilinskas, R.A. (2003).  Review of Developments in Biotechnology in Mongolia. In Badarch, D.; Zilinskas, R.A.; Balint, P., Mongolia Today. Science, Culture, Environment and Development, London, New York, RoutledgeCurzon. pp. 49-65.
Dulmaa, A. (2003).  Mongolian Limnology and Ichthyology. In Badarch, D.; Zilinskas, R.A.; Balint, P., Mongolia Today. Science, Culture, Environment and Development, London, New York, RoutledgeCurzon. pp. 172-195.
Dor, R. (1996).  Les huchements du berger turc. 2. Du huchement-aux-morts à l'appel des chevaux. In G. Veinstein, Les Ottomans et la mort. Permanence et mutations, pp. 39-55.
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Enkhtuvshin, B. (2008).  New Challenges for Nomadic Civilization and Pastoral Nomadism in Mongolia. In Jörg Janzen; Batboldyn Enkhtuvshin, Dialog between Cultures and Civilizations. Present State and Perspectives of Nomadism in a Globalizing World, Ulaanbaatar, pp. 57-71.
Empson, R.M. (2007).  Separating and containing people and things in Mongolia. In Amiria Henare, Martin Holbrand & Sari Wastell, Thinking through things. Theorising artefacts ethnographically, London, New York, Routledge. pp. 113-140.
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Fossier, C., Marchina, C. (2014).  Study of Human-Animal Interactions in Siberian Pastoral Systems via GIS (Geographic Information Systems). In В. Н. Давыдов; Д. В. Арзютов, Грани социального: Антропологические перспективы исследования социальных отношений и культуры, Saint-Pétersbourg, Kunstkamera. pp. 613-625. Abstract
Ferret, C. (2012).  La figure atemporelle du “nomade des steppes”. In Nathan Schlanger; Anne-Christine Taylor, La préhistoire des autres. Perspectives archéologiques et anthropologiques, Paris, La Découverte. pp. 167-182.
Ferret, C. (2010).  Éducation des enfants et dressage des chevaux. Des analogies aux modes d'action. In Aigle, Denise; Charleux, Isabelle; Goossaert, Vincent; Hamayon, Roberte, Miscellanea Asiatica. Mélanges en l’honneur de Françoise Aubin, Sankt Augustin, Institut Monumenta Serica. pp. 141-172.
Ferret, C. (2007).  Les inhumations de chevaux : pour accompagner les morts et nourrir les vivants. In E. Crubézy, Chamane. Kyys, jeune fille des glaces, Paris, Errance. pp. 87-90.
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Gardelle, L. (2010).  Mongolian Politicians and their Herds. The influence of the Elite of Rural Origins. In Aigle, Denise; Charleux, Isabelle; Goossaert, Vincent; Hamayon, Roberte, Miscellanea Asiatica. Mélanges en l’honneur de Françoise Aubin, Sankt Augustin, Institut Monumenta Serica. pp. 173-184.
Grayvoronskiy, V.V. (2008).  Modern Nomadism in Mongolia and Globalization : Some Aspects. In Jörg Janzen; Batboldyn Enkhtuvshin, Dialog between Cultures and Civilizations. Present State and Perspectives of Nomadism in a Globalizing World, Ulaanbaatar, pp. 77-81.
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Hamayon, R. (2013).  Contextual variations of shamanic ‘healing’ in South Siberia : From ‘obtaining luck’ to relieving misfortune. In Thierry Zarcone; Angela Hubhart, Shamanism and Islam. Sufism, Healing Rituals and Spirits in the Muslim World, London, Tauris. pp. 3-16.
Hamayon, R. (2013).  Vladimir Nikolaevich Basilov (Basilov 1937-1998) : a Pioneer of the Study of ’Islamized Shamanism’. In Thierry Zarcone; Angela Hubhart, Shamanism and Islam. Sufism, Healing Rituals and Spirits in the Muslim World, London, Tauris. pp. 23-41.
High, M.M. (2013).  Believing in Spirits, Doubting the Cosmos : Religious Reflexivity in the Mongolian Gold Mines. In M. Pelkmans, Ethnographies of Doubt : Faith and Uncertainty in Contemporary Societies, London, Tauris. pp. 59-84.
Hamayon, R. (2012).  Ce que les études sibériennes doivent à Claude Lévi-Strauss. In Philippe Descola, Claude Lévi-Strauss, un parcours dans le siècle, Paris, Odile Jacob. pp. 63-91.
High, M.M. (2012).  The Cultural Logics of Illegality : Living Outside the Law in the Mongolian Gold Mines. In J. Dierkes, Change in Democratic Mongolia : Social Relations, Health, Mobile Pastoralism, and Mining, Leiden, Brill. pp. 249-270.
Hamayon, R. (2009).  Die Geweihkrone der sibirischen Schamanen. Eine neue Sicht auf ein wenig beachetes Objekt und seine bisherige Interpretation. In Kasten, Erich, Schamanen Sibiriens. Magier – Mittler – Heiler. , Stuttgart, Linden-Museum Stuttgart.
Hamayon, R. (2009).  Âme, force vitale, esprit. L’animisme dans le chamanisme des peuples chasseurs de la forêt sibérienne. L’animisme parmi nous , Paris, PUF. pp. 201-210 .
Hamayon, R. (2009).  Chamanisme et psychanalyse : dialogue avec Roberte Hamayon (par André Green). L’animisme parmi nous, Paris, PUF. pp. 211-219.
Hamayon, R. (2008).  Jeux du corps, gestes de chance en Sibérie chamaniste. . In Gisel, Pierre, Le corps, lieu de ce qui nous arrive. Approches anthropologiques, philosophiques, théologiques, Genève, Labor et Fides. pp. 25-40.