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Charleux, I. (2012).  La Mongolie entre deux ères : 1912-1913. Mongolia between two Eras. Boulogne-Billancourt, Albert-Khan, musée et jardins. pp. 216.
Crevier-Buchman, L., Pillot-Loiseau, C., Rialland, A., Narantuya,, Vincent, C., Desjacques, A. (2012).  Analogy between laryngeal gesture in Mongolian Long Song and supracricoid partial laryngectomy. Clinical Linguistics and Phonectics, 26(1), (1) Abstract
Charleux, I. (2011).  Kangxi/Engke Amuγulang, un empereur mongol ? Sur quelques légendes mongoles et chinoises. Études Mongoles et Sibériennes, Centrasiatiques et Tibétaines, 42, Abstract
Charleux, I. (2011).  Mongol pilgrimages to Wutaishan in the late Qing Dynasty. Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies, 6, Abstract
Charleux, I. (2011).  从北印度到布里亚特:蒙古人视野中的旃檀佛像. Palace Museum Journal 故宮博物院院刊, 2(154), (154)pp. 81-99. Abstract
Croner, D. (2010).  Ja Lama of Mongolia. The Life and Death of Dambijantsan.
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).  The Making of Mongol Buddhist Art and Architecture : Artisans in Mongolia from the sixteenth to the twentieth century. In Elvira Eevr Djaltchinova-Malets, Meditation. The art of Zanabazar and his school, Warsaw, Asia and Pacific Museum. pp. 59-105.
Charleux, I. (2010).  Critères changeants d’authenticité : sur quelques portraits anciens et modernes de Chinggis Khan dans le monde mongol. In D. Aigle; I. Charleux; V. Goossaert; R. Hamayon, Misceallanea Asiatica. Mélanges en l'honneur de Françoise Aubin, Sankt Augustin, Institut Monumenta Serica. pp. 409-469.
Charleux, I. (2010).  Qing Imperial Mandalic Architecture for Gelugpa Pontiffs between Beijing, Inner Mongolia and Amdo. In Eric Lehner, Alexandra Harrer, Hildegard Sint, Along the Great Wall: Architecture and Identity in China and Mongolia, Vienna, IVEA-ICRA. pp. 107-118.
Charleux, I. (2010).  Pèlerinages mongols au Wutaishan.
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.
Charleux, I. (2009).  De la tente au temple : Aperçu de l’architecture bouddhique mongole . Trésors bouddhiques au pays de Gengis Khan (catalogue de l’exposition de la collection d’art bouddhique mongol d’Altangerel, Musée des Arts asiatiques, Nice, 5 juin-15 novembre 2009), Milan, SilvanaEditoriale. pp. 51-69.
Charleux, I. (2009).  Qing Buddhist architecture between Beijing, Inner Mongolia and Amdo: the huilang shi dugang style . In Luo Wenhua 羅文華; Jing Anning 景安寧, Hanzang fojiao meishu yanjiu 漢藏佛教美術研究, Shanghai, Shanghai guji chubanshe. pp. 459-480.