|2021. Science and Religion: Edwin Salpeter, Owen Gingerich and John Polkinghorne. By Mark Turin, Alan Macfarlane, Radha Béteille. London: Routledge. 186 pp. ISBN: 9781003222446.|
|2019. Book 2.0: Year of Indigenous Languages. 9:1-2. Edited by Mark Turin & Mick Gowar. 179 pages. [currently available as free content]|
|2019. The Politics of Language Contact in the Himalaya. Edited by Selma K. Sonntag and Mark Turin. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers. DOI: 10.11647/OBP.0169
Click here to read a review in Asiatic
|2018. Memory. Edited by Philippe Tortell, Mark Turin and Margot Young. Vancouver, Canada: Peter Wall Institute and UBC Press.
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|2017. Searching For Sharing: Heritage and Multimedia in Africa. Edited by Daniela Merolla and Mark Turin. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers. DOI: 10.11647/OBP.0111|
|2014. Book 2.0: Digital Humanities. 4:1-2. Edited by Mark Turin & Mick Gowar. 149 pages.
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|2014. Niko Thangmi Kham : Kaksha Nis (Our Thangmi Language : Class Two). Bir Bahadur Thami and Laxmi Basukala, edited by Mark Turin. Kathmandu: Educate the Children. Mother tongue primer for Thangmi-speaking children. 60 pages.
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|2014. Perspectives on Social Inclusion and Exclusion in Nepal. Edited by Om Gurung, Mukta Singh Tamang and Mark Turin. Kathmandu: Central Department of Sociology / Anthropology, Research on SIA EP. Tribhuvan University. ISBN 978-9937-524-50-6. x + 240 pages.
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|2013. After the Return: Special Issue of Museum Anthropology Review, 7:1-2. Edited by Joshua Bell, Kimberly Christen and Mark Turin.|
|2013. Oral Literature in the Digital Age: Archiving Orality and Connecting with Communities. Edited by Mark Turin (series editor), Claire Wheeler and Eleanor Wilkinson. Cambridge: Oral Literature Series, Open Book Publishers. 190 pages. ISBN 9781909254305 & 9781909254312.
click here to read a review the book published in the journal Oral History. [635 KB]
|2011. Himalayan Languages and Linguistics: Studies in Phonology, Semantics, Morphology and Syntax. Edited by Mark Turin and Bettina Zeisler. Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library, 5. Brill: Leiden. 323 pages. ISBN 9789004194489 & 900419448 7. [cover] [flier]
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click here to read a review published in Himalayan Linguistics in 2013.
click here to read a review published in the European Bulletin of Himalayan Research in 2011.
|2010. Language Documentation and Description, Volume 8, Special issue: Oral Literature and Language Endangerment. Edited by Mark Turin and Imogen Gunn. London: Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project, Department of Linguistics, School of Oriental and African Studies. 175 pages. ISBN 1740-6234.
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|2008. Gaiko Thangmi Kham : Kaksha Di (My Thangmi Language : Class One). Bir Bahadur Thami and Laxmi Basukala, edited by Mark Turin. Kathmandu: Educate the Children. Mother tongue primer for Thangmi-speaking children. 57 pages.
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|2004. Kesar Lall: A Homage on the Occasion of his Buraa Janko. Edited by Corneille Jest, Tej Ratna Kansakar and Mark Turin. Kathmandu: Marina Paper. 104 pages. ISBN 9993389072.|
|2003. Themes in Himalayan Languages and Linguistics. Edited by Tej Ratna Kansakar and Mark Turin. Kathmandu: South Asia Institute (SAI) Heidelberg and Tribhuvan University. 293 + x pages. ISBN 9993354163.
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