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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.
Fijn, N. (2011).  Living with Herds. Human-Animal Coexistence in Mongolia. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. pp. 274. Abstract
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.
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..
Irvine, R. (2012).  Thinking with Animals: Horses, Dogs and Khiimor in Eastern Mongolia. Cambridge. Abstract
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.
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..