Books

2012. A Grammar of Thangmi with an Ethnolinguistic Introduction to the Speakers and their Culture. Brill’s Tibetan Studies LibraryLanguages of the Greater Himalayan Region. Volume 6. Leiden: Brill. 996 pages, 2 volumes. ISBN 9789004155268.

click here to read a review published in the European Bulletin of Himalayan Research, Volume 42, 2013.

click here to read a review published in the Bulletin of SOAS, London, in 2013.

click here to read a review published in Anthropological Linguistics, Volume 54, Number 3, Fall 2012.

2009. Grounding Knowledge/Walking Land: Archaeological Research and Ethno-historical Identity in Central Nepal. Christopher Evans, with Judith Pettigrew, Yarjung Kromchain Tamu and Mark Turin. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. 223 pages, 116 illustrations, 12 tables. ISBN 9781902937502.

click here to read a review in Current World Archaeology from November 2009.

click here to read a review in Antiquity, Volume 85, Issue 328.

click here to read a review in Himalaya, Volume 30 (1-2).

2007. Linguistic Diversity and the Preservation of Endangered Languages: A Case Study from Nepal. Talking Points, 4/07. 42 pages, many colour plates. ISBN 9789291150557 (printed) & ISBN 9789291150748 (electronic).

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click here to view the cover.

click here to read a Nepali-language review of the book published in Shiksak monthly. [184 KB]

2004. Nepali – Thami – English Dictionary. Mark Turin with Bir Bahadur Thami. Kathmandu: Martin Chautari. 115 pages. ISBN 9993381241.

click here to search an online version of the dictionary.

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click here to view the cover.

Travel Guides
Darjeeling_Pocket 2007. Darjeeling Milestones Pocket Guide. With Sara Shneiderman. 34 pages, colour and monochrome plates, maps. ISBN 8190235818.

click here to download the PDF. [6 MB]

Sikkim_Pocket 2007. Sikkim Milestones Pocket Guide. With Sara Shneiderman. 34 pages, colour and monochrome plates, maps. ISBN 8190235818.

click here to download the PDF. [7 MB]

2003. The Gauri Shankar Trekking Area. Edited by Patricia East, Susan Höivik, Max Petrik, Sara Shneiderman and Mark Turin. Kathmandu: Eco Himal and Mandala Book Point. 124 pages, colour and monochrome plates, trekking map. ISBN 9993310200.

click here to read a review of the book in Spotlight. [1 MB]