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  2. Diemberger, H. 2005. Female Oracles in Modern Tibet. In: Gyatso, J. & H. Havnevik (Eds). Women in Tibet. Hurst & Company, London, UK. 113-168.
  3. Diemberger, H. 2002. Die beseelte Landschaft: Natur, Kosmologie und Gesellschaft im tibetischen Kulturraum am Beispiel der Khumbo Ostnepal. In: Gingrich, A. & E. Mader (Eds). Metamorphosen der Natur. Bohlau, Vienna, Austria. 103-142.
  4. Nicoletti. M.  1999. Say pom: Space, Movement and Symbol in a Himalayan Therapeutic Ritual. In: Mastromattei, R. &  A. Rigopoulos (Eds). Shamanic Cosmos: From India to the North Pole Star. Venetian Academy of Indian Studies, D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd,  Venice - New Delhi, India. 143-180.
  5. Diemberger, H. 1998. Montagnes sacrées, os des ancêstres, sang maternel - le corps humain dans une communauté tibétaine du Nepal (les Khumbo). In: Godelier, M. & M. Panoff (Eds). La production du corps. Èditions des archives contemporaines, Paris, France. 269-280.
  6. Diemberger, H. 1997. Frauen zwischen ‘Ähnlichkeit’ und ‘Differenz’- Herausforderungen anthropologiescher Praxis. In: Schein, G. & S. Strasser (Eds).  Feministische Anthropologie zu Geschlecht, Kultur und Sexualität. Milena Verlag, Vienna, Austria.
  7. Diemberger, H. & G. Hazod. 1997. Animal Sacrifices and Mountain Deities in Southern Tibet – Mythology, Rituals and Politics. In: Karmay  S. & P. Sagant (Eds). Les habitants du toit du monde. Volume in Honour of Alexander Macdonald. Société d’Ethnologie, Nanterre, Paris, France. 261-281.
  8. Diemberger, H. 1997. Beyul khenbalung, the Hidden Valley of the Artemisia: on Himalayan Communities and their Sacred Landscape. In: Macdonald, A.W. (ed). Mandala and Landscape. D.K. Printworld, New Delhi, India. 287-334.
  9. Diemberger H. 1996. Political and Religious Aspects of Mountain Cults in the Hidden Valley of Khenbalung – Tradition, Decline and Revitalization. In:  Blondeau, A. M. & E. Steinkellner (Eds). Reflections of the Mountain. Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna, Austria. 219-232.
  10. Diemberger, H. & G. Hazod. 1994. Machig Zhama’s Recovery. Traces of Ancient History and Myth in the South Tibetan Landscape of Kharta and Phadrug. In: Huber, T. (ed). Powerful Places und Spaces in Tibetan Religious Cultures, Special issue of The Tibet Journal, India. 23-45.
  11. Diemberger, H. 1993. Blood, Sperm, Soul and the Mountain. In: Del Valle, T. (ed). Gendered Anthropology. Routledge, London, UK. 88-127.
  12. Diemberger, H. 1993. Gangla Tshechu Beyul Khenbalung: Pilgrimage to Hidden Valleys, Sacred Mountains and Springs of Life Water in Southern Tibet and Eastern Nepal. In: Ramble, C. & M. Brauen (Eds). Anthropology of Tibet and the Himalaya. Museum für Völkerkunde, Zürich, Switzerland. 60-72.
  13. Diemberger, H. 1993. Khenbalung, ein ‘verborgenes Tal’ Tibets im internationalen Machtspiel. In: Filliz, T., A. Gingrich & G. Rasuly-Paleczek (Eds). Kultur, Identität und Macht. Verlag für Interkulturelle Kommunikation, Frankfurt, Germany.
  14. Diemberger, H. 1991. Lhakama Tha-bka-ma and Khandroma mkh-gro-ma. On Sacred Ladies of Beyul Khenbalung sbas-yulmkhan-pa-lung. In: Steinkellner, E. (ed). Tibetan History and Language. Studies in Honour of Geza Uray. Arbeitskreis fur Tibe- tishe und Buddhistische Studien, Vienna, Austria.
  15. Diemberger, H. & C. Schicklgruber. 1989. Pholha and Yullha among the Khumbo, North-eastern Nepal. The Contradiction between Residence and Descent and its Expression in Religion. In: Gingrich A., S. Haas, S. Haas & G. Paleczek (Eds). Kinship, Social Change and Evolution. Wiener Beiträge zur Ethnologie und Anthropologie. Verlag Ferdinand Berger and Söhne, Vienna, Austria.
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