Tibetan Nomad/ Arunachal Pradesh Thesis Bibliography

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Thesis Table of Contents:

Part I- Introduction

Part II- History of Arunachal Pradesh Tribals

Part III- History of Tibetan Nomads

Part IV- Early Development of Arunachal    Pradesh Tribals

Part V- Recent Developments in Arunachal Pradesh

Part VI- Early Development of Tibetan Nomads

Part VII- Recent Developments in Tibet

Part VIII- Conclusion

Part IX- Bibliography


Tibetan Nomad/ Arunachal Pradesh Thesis Bibliography


Anonymous. "Lower Subansiri District" Lower Subansiri GovernmentWebsite.

http://lowersubansiri.nic.in/html/inhabitants.htm (accessed November 2, 2006).


Anonymous. "Arunachal Pradesh Government." Government of Arunachal Pradesh Website http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arunachal_Pradesh (accessed November 1, 2006).

Anonymous. "Arunachal Pradesh." Wikipedia.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arunachal_Pradesh (accessed November 1, 2006.

Anonymous, Tibetan Buddhism, http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~greg.c/tibet.html.

Anonymous, Tradition and Modernity in Tibet and the Himalayas, http://www.oeaw.ac.at/sozant/tibet/projects/mountdeities.htm.


Asia Planet, Tibet Information, http://www.asia-planet.net/tibet/information.html.


Bellezza, John Vincent. “Nothern Tibet Exploration,” http://www.asianart.com/articles/tibarcheo/index.html. 


-Bellezza is a Tibetologist and archaeologists that launches self-directed investigations all through the Tibet Autonomous Region. This was an article about one of his expeditions.

Beteille, A. "The Ideal of Indigenous People." Current Anthropology 39 (1998): 187-91


Bose, Nirmal Kumar. Tribal Life in India. New Delhi: National Book Trust, 1971.

-Book about tribals all through India. I used this source for information about the Tribals of Arunachal Pradesh.

Childers, C.H. "Banjaras." in Aparna Rao and Michael J. Casimir (editors). Nomadism in

South Asia. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

Childs, Geoff. Polyandry and population growth in a Historical Tibetan Society. St.Louis: Washington University Press 8:423–444.


Dondrub, Karma. Tibetan Nomad Childhood, (Copyright: Karma-Dondrub, 2005), 107.

-Book by one of Kevin Stuart's students about his childhood as a nomad in Tibet. Primary source and full of quality information.

ESCAP. “Tibet,” http://www.unescap.org/esid/psis/population/database/chinadata/tibet.htm (accessed December 8, 2008).


Fan, Maureen. For China's Nomads Relocation Proves a Mixed Blessing. Washington Post September 20, 2008.

-Article about the relocation of nomads in Tibet. Used as a modern source of information about the current sedentarization projects of the Chinese government.

Furer-Haimendorf, Christoph Von. Tribes of India: The Struggle for Survival. Delhi:

Oxford University Press, 1985.

-This is the main source that I used for information on the Tribals of Arunachal Pradesh. Furer-Haimendorf did ethnographic fieldwork in the region before development policies and also wrote about a visit subsequent to the enacting of Indian policy.

Goldstein, Melvyn C.; Cynthia M. Beall, “The Impact of China’s Reform Policy on the Nomads of Western Tibet,” Asian Survey, University of California Press, (1989): 621.


Gruschke, Andreas. “Average Per Capita Annual Income of Tibetan Pastoralists – Data and Misconceptions,” http://www.tibetinfopage.de/nomad_income.html (Accessed December 7, 2008).

-Great resource for researching the framework within which statistics on Tibet are calculated.

Harrer, Heinrich. Seven Years in Tibet (New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., Inc., 1953) 38.

-Book from a man who lived in Lhasa prior to the Chinese invasion.

Hao, Yan. “Tibetan Population in China: Myths and Facts Re-examined,” http://www.case.edu/affil/tibet/booksAndPapers/tibetan.population.in.china.pdf (pdf accessed December 8, 2008).

Kawaguchi, Ekai. Three Years in Tibet (1909), pp. 519 and 526. Reprint: Book Faith India, Delhi (1995).

-Book from a Japanese monk who visited Tibet in the early 20th century.

Khanna, Parag. The Second World (New York: Random House, 2008). 80.

-A study about second world regions, of which Tibet is a part.

Miller, Daniel. A Journey Through the Nomad Camps, http://surfart.com/Tibet-Online/Nomads/nomadcmp2.htm

People's Daily Online. “Per Capita GDP of Tibet Exceeds 10,000 Yuan,” http://english.people.com.cn/200701/04/eng20070104_338207.html (Accessed December 8, 2008).

Radhika, M. "Unsung Heroes: M. Byregowda." Tehelka: The People’s Paper Vol. 2,

Issue 36 (September 10, 2005).

Rao, Aparna and Michael J. Casimir (editors). Nomadism in South Asia. Oxford: Oxford

University Press, 2003.


School of Oriental and African Studies. “Project Description,” http://www.soas.ac.uk/research/our_research/projects/tt/description/

(Accessed December 6, 2008).


Sharma, Suresh. Tribal Identity and the Modern World. New Delhi: Sage Publications,


-Investigation into Tribal identity in modernizing India.

Singh, B.P. "North-East India: Demography, Culture, and Identity Crisis." Modern Asian

Studies Vol. 21, No.2 (1987): 270.

Soled, Debra E. editor. China: A Nation in Transition (Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Inc., 1995). 303.

-Research study of how China is changing in the 21st century.

Wikipedia. “Sino-Indian War,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sino-Indian_War (accessed December 8, 2008).

-Utilized for basic facts.

Wikipedia. “History of Tibet,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Tibet (accessed December 7, 2008).

-Utilized for basic facts.

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