Academic Articles & Book Chapters

 

[in press]. Julia Schillo and Mark Turin. “Typeface design for Indigenous and endangered languages: Considerations, context and examples.” Graphic Design Journal, Volume 8.
[in press]. Julia Schillo and Mark Turin. “Type Right: Examining the Underlying Causes of Common Typeface and Font Errors for Indigenous Orthographies, and a Possible Path Forward.” Language Documentation and Conservation, Volume 16.
2022. Mark Turin. “Vanishing Voices: Documenting the Linguistic Diversity of Nepal” in Thought Trees and Heart Flowers: Stories of Ethnologists in The Highlands, editors Xiaochun Yang and Ying Song. Beijing: China Tibetology Publishing House. pages 169-173.

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2022. Jonathan Eaton and Mark Turin. “Heritage languages and language as heritage: the language of heritage in Canada and beyond.” International Journal of Heritage Studies, 28(7): 787-802.

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2022. Mick Gowar and Mark Turin. “Editorial.” Book 2.0 12(1): 3-7.

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2022. Mark Turin. “Nepal triptych.” Book 2.0 12(1): 19-21.

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2022. Kalvin Hartwig and Mark Turin. “This Is Who I Am.” Book 2.0 12(1): 23-33.

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2022. “Resisting Monolingualism: Celebrating Nepal’s Linguistic Diversity” in Nepal, a Shangri-La? Narratives of Culture, Contact, and Memory, editors Deepak Shimkhada, Iswari Pandey, Tika Lamsal and Santosh Khadka. Kathmandu: Mandala Book Point. pages 327-337.
2022. Natália Oliveira Ferreira and Mark Turin. “Indigenous Lexicography: A Review of Recent Dictionaries and Works Relating to Lexicography” International Journal of Lexicography, 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1093/ijl/ecac003

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2022. Maya Daurio and Mark Turin. “Teaching Indigenous Language Revitalization over Zoom” KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies 6 (1):1-11. https://doi.org/10.18357/kula.214.
2021. Natália Oliveira Ferreira and Mark Turin. “Rádios Indígenas: Brazil’s Indigenous Language Broadcasting Landscape.” Journal of Radio and Audio Media. https://doi.org/10.1080/19376529.2021.1998066

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2021. Jag Bahadur Budha, Maya Daurio and Mark Turin. “Tichurong (Nepal) – Language Snapshot.” Language Documentation and Description 20: 189-197.

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2021. Mark Turin. “Recognizing Authority and Respecting Expertise in Language Work.” In “Rethinking Pseudonyms in Ethnography,” edited by Carole McGranahan and Erica Weiss, American Ethnologist website, 13 December 2021.

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2021. Robert Hanks and Mark Turin. “Literacy”. In The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Anthropology, edited by Felix Stein. Online: http://doi.org/10.29164/21literacy
2021. Mark Turin. “From Orality to Open: Innovations in Multimedia Monograph Publishing in the Humanities.” Pop! Public. Open. Participatory 3 (2021-10-31). https://doi.org/10.54590/pop.2021.005

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2021. Ross Perlin, Daniel Kaufman, Mark Turin, Maya Daurio and Jason Lampel. “Mapping Urban Linguistic Diversity in New York City: Motives, Methods, Tools, and Outcomes.” Language Documentation and Conservation 15: 458–90.

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2021. Jack Rusk, Amina Maharjan, Prakash Tiwari, Tzu-Hsin Karen Chen, Sara Shneiderman, Mark Turin and Karen Seto. “Multi-hazard susceptibility and exposure assessment of the Hindu Kush Himalaya.” Science of the Total Environment 804. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.150039.

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2021. Mark Turin and Daisy Yang. “The Becoming: Young Working-Class Masculinities in Nepal.” Visual Ethnography 10 (1): 107–20.
2021. Mark Turin. “Foreword.” In Voices from the Lost Horizon: Stories and Songs of the Andamenese, by Anvita Abbi with illustrations by Subir Roy, 9–12. New Delhi: Niyogi Books.
2021. Elaine Gold and Mark Turin. “Interview between Elaine Gold and Mark Turin.” Book 2.0 11 (1): 125–37.

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2021. Sienna Craig, Nawang T. Gurung, Ross Perlin, Maya Daurio, Daniel Kaufman, Mark Turin and Kunchog Tseten. “Global Pandemic, Translocal Medicine: The COVID-19 Diaries of a Tibetan Physician in New York City.” Asian Medicine 16: 58–88.

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2021. Jennifer Carpenter, Bridget Chase, Benjamin Chung, Robyn Humchitt and Mark Turin. “Mobilizing and Activating Haíɫzaqvḷa (Heiltsuk Language) and Culture Through a Community-University Partnership.” KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies 5 (1). https://doi.org/10.18357/kula.127.
2021. Ross Perlin, Nawang T. Gurung, Sienna R. Craig, Maya Daurio, Daniel Kaufman and Mark Turin. “Who Will Care for the Care Worker? The COVID-19 Diaries of a Sherpa Nurse in New York City – स्याहार कर्मीको स्याहार कसले गर्ने? न्युयोर्क शहरको एक शेर्पा नर्सको कोभिड-१९ डायरी.” Issues 4. https://doi.org/10.51142/issues-journal-4-1-2/.
2021. Victoria Sear and Mark Turin. “Locating Criticality in the Lexicography of Historically Marginalized Languages.” History of Humanities (6) 1: 237–59. https://doi.org/10.1086/713266.

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2021. Daniela Merolla, Michiel Leezenberg, Victoria Sear and Mark Turin. “Introduction: Colonial Humanities and Criticality.” History of Humanities (6) 1: 199–208. https://doi.org/10.1086/713263.

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2021. Laura Kunreuther, Shiva Acharya, Ann Hunkins, Sachchi Ghimire Karki, Hikmat Khadka, Loknath Sangroula, Mark Turin and Laurie Vasily. “Interpreting the Human Rights Field: A Conversation.” Journal of Human Rights Practice 13 (1): 1–21. https://doi.org/10.1093/jhuman/huab005.

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2021. Jennifer Carpenter, Annie Guerin, Michelle Kaczmarek, Gerry Lawson, Kim Lawson, Lisa P. Nathan and Mark Turin. “Locally Contingent and Community-Dependent: Tools and Technologies for Indigenous Language Mobilization.” In Indigenous Languages and the Promise of Archives, edited by Adrianna Link, Abigail Shelton, and Patrick Spero, 125–55. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
2021. David Danos and Mark Turin. “Living Language, Resurgent Radio: A Survey of Indigenous Language Broadcasting Initiatives.” Language Documentation and Conservation 15: 75–152. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/24971.

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2020. Maya Daurio, Sienna R. Craig, Daniel Kaufman, Ross Perlin and Mark Turin. “Subversive Maps: How Digital Language Mapping Can Support Biocultural Diversity—and Help Track a Pandemic.” Langscape Magazine 9: 8–13. [republished in Langscape Magazine 10: 53-58, 2021]

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2020. Benjamin Chung and Mark Turin. “Temporal Concepts and Formulations of Time in Tibeto-Burman Languages.” Journal of Asian Linguistic Anthropology 1 (1): 39–76.

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2020. Julia Schillo and Mark Turin. “Applications and Innovations in Typeface Design for North American Indigenous Languages.” Book 2.0 10 (1): 71–98.

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2020. Mark Turin. “Indigenous Language Resurgence and the Living Earth Community.” In Living Earth Community: Multiple Ways of Being and Knowing, edited by Sam Mickey, Mary Evelyn Tucker, and John Grim, 171–84. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers.

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2020. Maya Daurio and Mark Turin. “‘Langscapes’ and Language Borders: Linguistic Boundary-Making in Northern South Asia.” Eurasia Border Review 10 (1): 21–42.

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2019. Mark Turin. “Revisiting the Morphophonology of Thangmi: A Tibeto-Burman Language of Nepal.” Gipan 4: 63–79.

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2019. Mark Turin. “Translation and Interpretation in the United Nations Mission in Nepal.” Nepalese Translation 3: 34–45.

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2019. Mick Gowar and Mark Turin. “Editorial.” Book 2.0 9 (1&2): 3–6.

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2019. Bidur Dangol and Mark Turin. “The Changing Landscape of Publishing in Nepal: Interview with Bidur Dangol.” Book 2.0 9 (1&2): 83–91.

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2019. Julia Schillo and Mark Turin. “Cree Language Use in Contemporary Children’s Literature.” Book 2.0 9 (1&2): 163–70.

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2019. Bendi Tso and Mark Turin. “Speaking Chone, Speaking ‘Shallow’: Dual Linguistic Hegemonies in China’s Tibetan Frontier.” In The Politics of Language Contact in the Himalaya, edited by Selma K. Sonntag, and Mark Turin, 137–62. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers.
2019. Mark Turin. “Concluding Thoughts on Language Shift and Linguistic Diversity in the Himalaya: The Case of Nepal.” In The Politics of Language Contact in the Himalaya, edited by Selma K. Sonntag, and Mark Turin, 163–76. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers.
2019. Andrea Lyall, Harry Nelson, Daisy Rosenblum and Mark Turin. “Ḵ̓a̱ḵ̓otł̓atła̱no’x̱w x̱a ḵ̓waḵ̓wax̱’mas: Documenting and Reclaiming Plant Names and Words in Kwak̓wala on Canada’s West Coast.” Language Documentation and Conservation 13: 401–25.
2019. Sara Shneiderman, Mark Turin, Bir Bahadur Thami and Hikmat Khadka. “Thangmi Wedding Ritual Texts.” In Ritual Speech in the Himalayas: Oral Texts and Their Contexts, edited by Martin Gaenszle, 105–45. Vol. 93 of Harvard Oriental Series. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

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2019. Mark Turin. “Rising Voices.” The ACU Review 1 (1): 4–7.
2019. Aidan Pine and Mark Turin. “Using Technology to Help Revitalize Indigenous Languages.” OUP Blog. 24 June.
2018. Mark Turin. “Rethinking the Politics of Language in Nepal.” The Himalayan Miscellany: An Area Studies Journal in Social Sciences, 28/29: 3-18. (ISSN 0970-4922)
2018. Benjamin Chung and Mark Turin. “Colour Terms in Tibeto-Burman Languages.” Rocznik Orientalistyczny/Yearbook of Oriental Studies, LXXI, Z. 2: 198–248.

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2018. Mark Turin. “What Next for Digital Himalaya? Reflections on Community, Continuity, and Collaboration.” Verge: Studies in Global Asias 4 (2): 57–63.
2018. Nawang Gurung, Ross Perlin, Daniel Kaufman, Mark Turin and Sienna R. Craig. “Orality and Mobility: Documenting Himalayan Voices in New York City.” Verge: Studies in Global Asias 4 (2): 64–80.
2018. Andrew Martindale, Sara Shneiderman and Mark Turin. “Time, Oral Tradition, and Technology.” In Memory, edited by Philippe Tortell, Mark Turin, and Margot Young, 197–206. Vancouver, BC: Peter Wall Institute and UBC Press.

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 NT 2018. Mark Turin. “Do Nepali Attitudes Need to be Decolonised? Implications for Nepal from Canada’s Indigenous Resurgence.” Nepali Times (922): 15. 10–16 August.

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2018. Aidan Pine and Mark Turin. “Seeing the Heiltsuk Orthography from Font Encoding through to Unicode: A Case Study Using Convertextract.” In Proceedings of the LREC 2018 Workshop ‘CCURL 2018 – Sustaining Knowledge Diversity in the Digital Age’, edited by Claudia Soria, Laurent Besacier, and Laurette Pretorius, 27–30. Paris: European Language Resources Association.

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2018. Mark Turin. “On Linguistic Borders: Official Language Policy in Settler-Colonial Nations.” Border Bites 8: 1–10.

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2017. Mark Turin. “Situating Language, Recognizing Multilingualism: Linguistic Identities and Mother Tongue Attachment in Northeast India and the Region.” In Geographies of Difference: Explorations in Northeast Indian Studies, edited by Mélanie Vandenhelsken, Meenaxi Barkataki-Ruscheweyh, and Bengt G. Karlsson, 253–71. Delhi: Routledge India.

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2017. Pam Brown, Jennifer Carpenter, Gerry Lawson, Kim Lawson, Lisa Nathan and Mark Turin. “Uplifting Voices.” In Reflections of Canada: Illuminating Our Opportunities and Challenges at 150+ Years, edited by Philippe Tortell, Peter Nemetz, and Margot Young, 264–69. Vancouver, BC: Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies.

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2017. Mark Turin. “Afterword: Sharing Located.” Searching for Sharing: Heritage and Multimedia in Africa, edited by Daniela Merolla, and Mark Turin, 143–49. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers.

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2017. Anne Kruijt and Mark Turin. Review article on language endangerment. Language in Society 46 (2): 257–69. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0047404517000161.

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2017. Aidan Pine and Mark Turin. “Language Revitalization.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics, edited Mark Aronoff. New York: Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780199384655.013.8.

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sshrc 2016. Jennifer Carpenter, Annie Guerin, Michelle Kaczmarek, Gerry Lawson, Kim Lawson, Lisa P. Nathan and Mark Turin. “Digital Access for Language and Culture in First Nations Communities.” Vancouver, BC: Knowledge Synthesis Report for Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1–41. October.
NepalFlora_Small 2015. Martin Gaenszle, Mark Turin, Will Tuladhar-Douglas and Ram Bahadur Chettri. “People.” In Nepal: An Introduction to the Natural History, Ecology and Human Environment of the Himalayas, edited by Georg Miehe, and Colin Pendry, 251–69. Edinburgh: Royal Botanic Garden.

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 langscape 2015. Sara Shneiderman, and Mark Turin. “Cracked Earth: Indigenous Responses to Nepal’s Earthquakes.” Langscape 4 (2): 34–38.

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Screen Shot 2015-10-09 at 5.31.35 PM 2015. Mark Turin. “The Unexpected Afterlives of Himalayan Collections: From Data Cemetery to Web Portal.” In The Anthropology of Expeditions: Travel, Visualities, Afterlives, edited by Joshua A. Bell, and Erin L. Hasinoff, 242–68. New York: Bard Graduate Center.

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MA 2015. Mark Turin. “Devil in the Digital: Ambivalent Results in an Object-Based Teaching Course.” Museum Anthropology 38 (2): 123–32.

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OralTradition 2014. Mark Turin. “Orality and Technology, or the Bit and the Byte: The Work of the World Oral Literature Project.” Oral Tradition 28 (2): 173–86.

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59382_9788132111627w 2014. Mark Turin. “Mother Tongues and Language Competence: The Shifting Politics of Linguistic Belonging in the Himalayas.” In Facing Globalization in the Himalayas: Belonging and the Politics of the Self: Governance, Conflict and Civic Action, Vol. 5, edited by Gérard Toffin, and Joanna Pfaff-Czarnecka, 372–96.

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2013. Mark Turin. “Mind Your Languages.” Nepali Times (641): 12–13. 1–7 January.

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2013. Joshua Bell, Kimberly Christen, and Mark Turin. “After the Return: Digital Repatriation and the Circulation of Indigenous Knowledge.” Museum Worlds: Advances in Research 1: 195–203.

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2013. Joshua Bell, Kimberly Christen, and Mark Turin. “Introduction: After the Return.” Museum Anthropology Review 7 (1–2): 1–21.

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  2013. Mark Turin. “Voices of Vanishing Worlds: Endangered Languages, Orality, and Cognition.” Análise Social 47 (205): 846–69.

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2012. Clair Wheeler, Eleanor Wilkinson, and Mark Turin. “Collect : Protect :  Connect — The World Oral Literature Project.” International Society for Folk Narrative Research Newsletter 6 (February): 39–42.

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  2012. Mark Turin. “Results from the Linguistic Survey of Sikkim: Mother Tongues in Education.” In Buddhist Himalaya: Studies in Religion, History and Culture, Vol. 2, edited by Alex McKay, and Anna Balikci-Denjongpa, 127–42. Gangtok: Namgyal Institute of Tibetology.

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2012. Sara Shneiderman, and Mark Turin. “Nepal and Bhutan in 2011.” Asian Survey 52 (1): 138–46.

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2012. Mark Turin. “Salvaging the Records of Salvage Ethnography: The Story of the Digital Himalaya Project.” Book 2.0 1 (1): 39–46.

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2012. Mark Turin. “Yale Himalaya Initiative.” IIAS Newsletter (60): 39.

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2011. Mark Turin. “Silent Witness.” The Himalayan Journal 66: 40–46.

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2011. Mark Turin. “Born Archival: The Ebb and Flow of Digital Documents from the Field.” History and Anthropology 22 (4): 445–60.

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2011. Mark Turin. “Interview with Kesar Lall.” European Bulletin of the Himalayan Research 38 (Spring–Summer): 134–42.

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2011. Mark Turin. “Collect, Protect, Connect: Innovation and Optimism in Language and Cultural Documentation Projects.” In Histories from the North: Environments, Movements, and Narratives, edited by John P. Ziker, and Florian Stammler, 64–70. Boise: Boise State University Press. ISBN 978097795157X.

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2010 Sara Shneiderman, and Mark Turin. “Nepal’s Two Polities: A View from Dolakha.” In In Hope and Fear: Living Through the People’s War in Nepal, edited by Prabin Manandhar, and David Seddon, 200–13. Delhi: Adroit Publishers. ISBN 9788187392927.

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2008. Mark Turin. Entries on Mount Everest, Nepal and Sikkim. In Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World: 1750 to the Present, edited by Peter N. Stearns. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN13 9780195176322 & ISBN10 0195176324.

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2008 Mark Turin. “The Digitization of Naga Collections in the West and the Return of Culture.” In Changes of a Local Culture in the Northeast of India, edited by Michael Oppitz, Thomas Kaiser, Alban von Stockhausen, and Marion Wettstein, 367–77. Gent: Snoeck Publishers. ISBN: 978-90-5349-680-0.

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2007 Yogendra P. Yadava, and Mark Turin. “Indigenous Languages of Nepal: A Critical Analysis of the Linguistic Situation and Contemporary Issues.” In The Indigenous Languages of Nepal (ILN): Situation, Policy Planning and Coordination, edited by Yogendra P. Yadava, and Pradeep L. Bajracharya, 6–46. Lalitpur: National Foundation for Development of Indigenous Nationalities (NFDIN). ISBN 99946-823-2-6.

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2006 Mark Turin. “Rethinking Tibeto-Burman: Linguistic Identities and Classifications in the Himalayan Periphery.” In Tibetan Borderlands, edited by P. Christiaan Klieger, 35–48. Vol. 10/2 of Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. Leiden: Brill. ISBN 90 04 15482 5.

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2006
Mark Turin. “Minority Language Policies and Politics in Nepal.” In Lesser-Known Languages of South Asia: Status and Policies, Case Studies and Applications of Information Technology, edited by Anju Saxena, and Lars Borin, 61–72. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. ISBN 3-11-018976-3.

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2006 Sara Shneiderman, and Mark Turin. “Revisiting Ethnography, Recognizing a Forgotten People: The Thangmi of Nepal and India.” Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS) 11 (1): 97–181.

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2006
Mark Turin. “Seeking the Tribe: Ethnopolitics in Darjeeling and Sikkim.” Himal Southasian 18 (5): 54–58. ISSN 1012-9804.

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2005
Mark Turin. “The Morphophonology of Thangmi: A Tibeto-Burman Language of Nepal.” In Contemporary Issues in Nepalese Linguistics, edited by Yogendra Yadava, Govinda Bhattarai, Ram Raj Lohani, Balaram Prasain and Krishna Parajuli, 267–84. Kathmandu: Linguistic Society of Nepal. ISBN 99946-57-69-0.

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2005
Mark Turin. “Language Endangerment and Linguistic Rights in the Himalayas: A Case Study from Nepal.” Mountain Research and Development 25, no. 1: 4–9. ISSN 0276-4741.

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2004
Mark Turin. “Mark Turin.” In Nepal Studies in the UK: Conversations with Practitioners, edited by Pratyoush Onta, 187–210. Kathmandu: Chautari Books Series. ISBN: 99933-812-2-5.

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2004
Mark Turin. “Current Ethnolinguistic Concerns among the Overlooked Thangmi of Nepal.” In Language and Identity, edited by Leonard Ashley, and Wayne Finke, 409–22. Jamaica, New York: Cummings & Hathaway.

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2004 Sara Shneiderman, and Mark Turin. “The Path to Jan Sarkar in Dolakha District: Towards an Ethnography of the Maoist Movement.” In Himalayan ‘People’s War’: Nepal’s Maoist Rebellion, edited by Michael Hutt, 79–111. London: Hurst & Co.

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2004
Mark Turin. “Newar-Thangmi Lexical Correspondences and the Linguistic Classification of Thangmi.” Journal of Asian and African Studies (JAAS) (68): 97–120. ISSN 0387-2807.

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2004 Sara Shneiderman, and Mark Turin. “Thangmi, Thami, Thani? Remembering a Forgotten People.” Niko Bacinte Smarika, 82–100. Darjeeling: Indian Thami Welfare Association.

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2004
Mark Turin. “The Phonology of Thangmi: A Tibeto-Burman Language of Nepal.” Journal of Asian and African Studies (JAAS) (67): 63–103. ISSN 0387-2807.

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2004

Mark Turin. “Thangmi Kinship Terminology in Comparative Perspective.” In Himalayan Languages: Past and Present, Trends in Linguistics, Studies and Monographs, Vol. 149, edited by Anju Saxena, 101–39. Berlin and New York: Mouton. ISBN 3-11-017841-9.

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2003
Mark Turin. “Ethnobotanical Notes on Thangmi Plant Names and Their Medicinal and Ritual Uses.” Contributions to Nepalese Studies 30 (1): 19–52. ISSN 0376-7574.

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2003  

Mark Turin. “A Geolinguistic Analysis of Historical Writings on the Thangmi People and Language of Nepal.” In Geolinguistics, Vol. 29, edited by Wayne H. Finke, and Leonard R. N. Ashley, 71–92. New York: Cummings & Hathaway.

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2002
Mark Turin. “Call Me Uncle: An Outsider’s Experience of Nepali Kinship.” Contributions to Nepalese Studies 28 (2): 277–83. ISSN 0376-7574.

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2002
Mark Turin. “Ethnonyms and Other-nyms: Linguistic Anthropology among the Thangmi of Nepal.” In Territory and Identity in Tibet and the Himalayas, edited by Katia Buffetrille, and Hildegard Diemberger, 253–70. Vol. 2/9 of Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. Leiden: Brill. ISBN 90-04-125973.

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2001 Sara Shneiderman, and Mark Turin. “Preliminary Etymological Notes on Thangmi Clan Names and Indigenous Explanations of Their Provenance.” Journal of Nepalese Literature, Art and Culture 3 (2): 69–83.

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2000
Mark Turin. “Shared Words, Shared History? The Case of Thangmi and Late Classical Newar.” (Newâh Vijñâna) The Journal of Newar Studies (3): 9–17.

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2000
Mark Turin. “Time for a True Population Census: The Case of the Miscounted Thangmi.” Nagarik (Citizen) 2 (4): 14–19.

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2000
Mark Turin. “The Changing Face of Language and Linguistics in Nepal: Some Thoughts on Thangmi.” Janajati: Journal of Nationalities of Nepal Year 2, Vol. 1: 49–62.

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2000
Mark Turin. “Learning Nepali the SOAS Way.” Contributions to Nepalese Studies 26, no. 1: 171–82.

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2000. Mark Turin. “Whence Thangmi? Historical Ethnography and Comparative Morphology.” In Topics in Nepalese Linguistics, edited by Yogendra Prasad Yadava, and Warren G. Glover, 451–77. Kathmandu: Royal Nepal Academy.

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1999 Mark Turin. “The Chenchu of the Indian Deccan.” In Cambridge Encyclopedia of Hunters and Gatherers, edited by Richard Lee, and Richard Daly, 252–56. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-57109-X.
1999
Mark Turin. “By Way of Incest and the Golden Deer: How the Thangmi Came to Be and the Pitfalls of Oral History.” Journal of Nepalese Studies 3 (1): 13–19.

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1998
Mark Turin. “Himalayan Anthropology: Writing in the Forgotten Thangmi People.” CNWS Newsletter (17): 12–15.
1998
Mark Turin. “The Thangmi Verbal Agreement System and the Kiranti Connection.” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 61 (3): 476–91.

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1998

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1997 Mark Turin. “Too Many Stars and Not Enough Sky: Language and Ethnicity among the Thakali of Nepal.” Contributions to Nepalese Studies 24 (2): 187–99. ISSN 0376-7574.

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1997 Mark Turin. Thangmi: An Overview of a Tibeto-Burman Language and People of Nepal.” CNWS Newsletter (15): 83.