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Adams, Vincanne. 1992. Tourism and Sherpas, Nepal: Reconstruction of Reciprocity. Annals of Tourism Research 19,3:534-554.

Adams, Vincanne. 1996. Tigers of the Snow and Other Virtual Sherpas: An Ethnography of Himalayan Encounters. Princeton: Princeton UP.

Adams, Vincanne. 1997. Dreams of a final Sherpa. American Anthropologist 99,1:85-98.

Allen, Nicholas J. 1976. Sherpa Kinship Terminology in Diachronic Perspective. Man 11:569-587.

Axelsen, Hans Guldberg. 1977. The Sherpas of the Solu District: A Preliminary Report on Ethnological Field Research in the Solu District of North-Eastern Nepal. Copenhagen.

Axelson, H. G. 1977. The Sherpas in the Solu District. Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab Historisk-filosofiske Meddelelser 47,7:1-71.

Baumgartner, Rudolf. 1980. Trekking und Entwicklung im Himalaya: Die Rolwaling-Sherpa in Ost-Nepal zwischen Tourismus und Tradition. Diessenhofen.

Berg, Eberhard. 1994. Sherpa Buddhists on a Regional Pilgrimage: The Case of Maratika Case at Halase. Occasional Papers in Sociology and Anthropology 4:124-145.

Berg, Eberhard. 1998. The Sherpa pilgrimage to Uomi Tsho in the context of the worship of the protector deities: ritual practices, local meanings, and this-worldly requests. Himalayan Research Bulletin 18,1:19-34.

Bishop, J. M. and Naomi H. Bishop. 1978. An Ever Changing Place: A Year among Anow Monkeys snd Sherpas in the Himalayas. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Bishop, Naomi H. 1989. From Zomo to Yak: Change in a Sherpa Village. Human Ecology 17,2:177-204.

Bishop, Naomi H. 1993. Circular Migration and Families: A Yolmo Sherpa Example. South Asia Bulletin 13,1-2:59-66.

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Bjønness, Inger-Marie. 1980. Animal Husbandry and Grazing: A Conservation and Management Problem in Sagarmatha (Mt Everest) National Park, Nepal. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift 34,2:59-76.

Bjønness, Inger-Marie. 1980. Ecological Conflicts and Economic Dependency on Tourist Trekking in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Nepal. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift 34,3:119-138.

Bjønness, Inger-Marie. 1986. Mountain Hazard Perception and Risk-Avoiding Strategies among the Sherpas of Khumbu Himal, Nepal. Mountain Research and Development 6,4:277-292.

Bourdillon, Jennifer. 1956. Visit to the Sherpas. London: Collins.

Brower, Barbara A. 1983. Policy and Pastoralism in Sagarmatha National Park. Unpublished paper.

Brower, Barbara A. 1986. Yak, Man and Mountain: Sherpa Livestock Management in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Nepal. Berkeley.

Brower, Barbara A. 1987. Livestock and Landscape: The Sherpa Pastoral System in Sagarmatha (Mt Everest) National Park, Nepal. PhD dissertation, Department of Geography, University of California, Berkeley.

Brower, Barbara A. 1990. Range Conservation and Sherpa Livestock Management in Khumbu, Nepal. Mountain Research and Development 10,1:34-42.

Brower, Barbara A. 1991. Sherpa of Khumbu: people, livestock and landscape. Delhi: Oxford UP.

Brower, Barbara A. 1996. Geography and History in the Solukhumbu Landscape, Nepal. Mountain Research and Development 16,3:249-256.

Buffretille, Katia. 1993. Preliminary Remarks on a Sherpa Pilgrimage. In: French Cultural Center (publ.), The Anthropology of Nepal, pp. ?? Almora: Shree Almora Book Depot.

Byers, Alton. 1986. A Geomorphic Study of Man-induced Soil Erosion in the Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Khumbu, Nepal. Mountain Research and Development 6,1:83-87.

Byers, Alton. 1987. A Geoecological Study of Landscape Change and Man-accelerated Soil Loss: The Case of Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Khumbu, Nepal. PhD dissertation, Department of Geography, University of Colorado, Boulder.

Byers, Alton. 1987. An Assessment of Landscape Change in the Khumbu Region of Nepal. Mountain Research and Development 7,1:77-80.

Byers, Alton. 1987. Landscape Change and Man-accelerated Soil Loss: The Case of the Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Khumbu, Nepal. Mountain Research and Development 7,3:209-216.

Byers, Alton C. 1997. Landscape change in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Khumbu, Nepal. Himalayan Research Bulletin 17,2:31-41.

Childs, Geoff. 1997. A note on the Tibetan origin of the Sherpa Serwa lineage. Himalayan Research Bulletin 17,2:23-25.

Clarke, Graham E. 1980. Lama and Tamang in Yolmo. In: Michael Aris and Aung San Suu Kyi (eds.), Tibetan Studies in Honour of Hugh Richardson, pp. 79-86. Warminster: Aris and Phillips.

Cox, Thomas. 1985. Herding and Socio-Economic Change among the Khumbu Sherpas. Kailash 12,1-2:63-79.

Daniggelis, Ephrosine Kathlene. 1994. Jangal Resources Use: Adaptive Strategies of Rais and Sherpas in the Upper Arun Valley of Eastern Nepal. In: Michael Allen (ed.), Anthropology of Nepal: Peoples, Problems and Processes, pp. 49-63. Kathmandu: Mandala Book Point.

Desjarlais, Robert R. 1989. Sadness, Soul Loss and Healing among the Yolmo Sherpa. Himalayan Research Bulletin 9,2:1-4.

Desjarlais, Robert R. 1992. Yolmo Asthetics of Body, Health and 'Soul Loss'. Social Science and Medicine 34,10:1105-1117.

Desjarlais, Robert R. 2000. Echoes of a Yolmo Buddhist's life in death. Cultural Anthropology 15,2:260-293.

Downs, Hugh R. 1980. Rythms of a Himalayan Village. San Francisco etc.: Harper & Row.

Draper, J. 1988. The Sherpas Transformed: Towards a Power-Centered View of Change in the Khumbu. Contributions to Nepalese Studies 15,2:139-162.

Fantin, M. 1971. I monasteri nella regione del Khumbu. L'Universo 51,1:61-67.

Fantin, M. 1974. Sherpa Himalaya Nepal. New Delhi: The English Bookstore.

Fantin, Mario. 1980 (1977). Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal. Mani Rimdu: A Dance Drama of Tengpoche Monastery. New Delhi: The English Book Store.

Fischbacher, Christa. 1999. Entwicklung durch Technik: Auswirkungen der Einführung des elektrischen Stroms untersucht am Beispiel der Sherpa-Dorfgemeinschaften im Khumbi Himal, Nepal. Wien: Österreischiche Forschungsstiftung für Entwicklungshilfe (ÖFSE).

Fisher, James F. 1986. Tourists and Sherpas. Contributions to Nepalese Studies 14,1:37-59.

Fisher, James F. 1990. Sherpas: Reflections on Change in Himalayan Nepal. Delhi etc.: Oxford UP.

Frank, Walter A. 1982. Die Tamang-Sherpa des Langtang-Tals. In: Friedrich W. Funke (ed.), Beiträge zur Sherpaforschung, Teil VI. Khumbu Himal 14, pp. 251-278. Innsbruck: Universitätsverlag Wagner.

Funke, Friedrich Wilhelm. 1969. Religiöses Leben der Sherpa. Innsbruck: Universitätsverlag Wagner. [See summary]

Funke, Friedrich Wilhelm. 1978. Die Sherpa und ihre Nachbarvölker im Himalaya. Frankfurt: Wolfgang Krüger Verlag.

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1955. Hardy Himalayan Highlanders: The Sherpas of Eastern Nepal - Men of a Race in Great Demand During the Mountaineering Season. Illustrated London News, The (23.04.55), pp. 736-739.

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1956. The Economy of the Sherpas of Khumbu (Eastern Nepal). In: J. Haekel et al. (eds.), Die Wiener Schule der Völkerkunde (The Vienna School of Ethnology), pp. 261-280. Wien: Ferdinand Berger.

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1958. Immages and Offerings Made Mainly of Yak-Butter: A Report on Little-Known but Fascinating Requisites of Buddhist Ritual. Illustrated London News, The (13.12.58), pp. 1041-1044.

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1958. The Religious Life in a Nursery of Climbers: A Buddhist Revival in the Shadow of Everest - with a Strange Economic Background. Illustrated London News, The (29.11.58), pp. 940-943.

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1959. Die Sherpa des Khumbu-Gebietes. In: Toni Hagen et al., Mount Everest: Aufbau, Erforschung und Bevölkerung des Everest-Gebietes, pp. 169-218. Zürich: Orell Füssli.

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1960. The Role of the Monastery in Sherpa Society. Ethnologica 2:12-28.

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1964. The Sherpas of Nepal: Buddhist Highlanders. London: John Murray.

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1975. Himalayan traders: life in highland Nepal. London: John Murray.

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1976. A Nunnery in Nepal. Kailash 4,2:121-154.

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1984. The Sherpas Transformed: Social Change in a Buddhist Society of Nepal. New Delhi, Jalandhar, Bangalore: Sterling.

Goldstein, Melvyn C. and Cynthia M. Beall. 1980. Growing Old in Helambu: Aging, Migration and Family Structure among Sherpas. Contributions to Nepalese Studies 8,1:41-56.

Haffner, Willibald. 1966. Dhe Sherpas im östlichen Nepal. Geographische Rundschau 18,4:144-148.

Hagen, Toni et al. 1963. Mount Everest: Formation, Population and Exploration of the Everest Region. London: Oxford UP.

Hepburn, Sharon. 1994. The Case of the Missing Trekker: Moral Geography and Miraculous Survival. And Rodney King. In: Michael Allen (ed.), Anthropology of Nepal: Peoples, Problems and Processes, pp. 448-459. Kathmandu: Mandala Book Point.

Heydon, Susan. 1997. Change and continuity: a history of Kunde hospital, Solukhumbu, Nepal: a work in progress. Himalayan Research Bulletin 17,2:27-30.

Hillary, Edmund. 1964. Schoolhouse in the Clouds. Garden City: Doubleday & Company.

Hillary, Sir Edmund. 1982. Preserving a Mountain Heritage. National Geographic Magazine 161,6:696-702.

Hoffmann, Thomas. 1994. 'Nepali Paper': Ein totgeglaubtes Kulturgut im Aufwind. Südasien 14,7:63-69.

Hoffmann, Thomas. 1994. Die Sherpas: Tradition und Wandel am höchsten Ende der Welt. Südasien 14,4-5:48-51.

Hoffmann, Thomas. 1995. Migration und Entwicklung am Beispiel des Solu-Khumbu-Distriktes, Ost-Nepal. Saarbrücken: Verlag für Entwicklungspolitik Breitenbach.

Hoffmann, Thomas. 1995. Verlassene Bergwelt: Bergflucht aus dem Nepal-Himalaya. Südasien 15,4-5:77-83.

Hoffmann, Thomas. 1995. Yak Cheese: Ökonomische Erfolgsstory oder Ursache ökologischer Degradation. Südasien 15,7-8:71-76.

Hoffmann, Thomas. 1997. Historical relations between northeastern Nepal and its Indian and Nepalese foreland, exemplified by migration from the Solu-Khumbu district. In: I. Stellrecht and M. Winiger (eds.), Perspectives on history and change in the Karakorum, Hindukush, and Himalaya, pp. 59-69. Köln: Rüdiger Köpper Verlag.

Jerstad, Luther C. 1969. Mani-Rimdu: Sherpa Dance Drama. Seattle, London: University of Washington Press.

Khanal, Prakash. 1988. Super Potato! Himal 1,2:27-28.

Kunwar, Ramesh Raj. 1987. MSL: A Study of Three Corner Complex with Special Reference to the Sherpas of Khumbu and Mt. Everest Expedition. Ancient Nepal 102:1-27.

Kunwar, Ramesh Raj. 1988. Paganism and Spiritism: A Study of Religion and Ritual in the Sherpa Society. Ancient Nepal 104:1-25.

Kunwar, Ramesh Raj. 1989. Fire of Himal: An Anthropological Study of the Sherpas of the Nepal Himalayan Region. Jaipur, New Delhi: Nirala Publications.

Lachapelle, Paul. 1998. Managing sanitation in protected areas: problems and challenges in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) national park, Nepal. Himalayan Research Bulletin 17,1:53-57.

Lang, S. D. R. and A. Lang. 1971. The Kunde Hospital and a Demographic Survey of the Upper Khumbu, Nepal. New Zealand Medical Journal, The 74:1-7.

Limberg, Walter. 1973. Transhumante Wanderhirten im Nepal-Himalaya. In: Carl Rathjens, Carl Troll und Harald Uhlig (eds.), Vergleichende Kulturgeographie der Hochgebirge des südlichen Asien, pp. 182-184. Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner. [See summary]

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Macdonald, Alexander William. 1980. The Coming of Buddhism to the Sherpa Area of Nepal. Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34,1-3:139-146.

Macdonald, Alexander William. 1980. The Writing of Buddhist History in the Sherpa Area of Nepal. In: A. D. Narain (ed.), Studies in the History of Buddhism, pp. ?? New Delhi: B. R. Publishing.

Macdonald, Alexander William. 1981. Creative Dismemberment among the Tamang and Sherpas of Nepal. In: Tibetan Studies in Honour of H. E. Richardson, pp. 199-208. Warminster: Aris and Philipps.

Maillart, Ella. 1998. The land of the Sherpas. Reprint. Delhi: Book Faith India.

Majupuria, Trilok Chandra. 1993. Yeti Fact or Fiction. Bangkok: White Lotos.

March, Kathryn S. 1977. Of People and Naks: The Management and Meaning of High Altitude Herding among Contemporary Solu Sherpas. Contributions to Nepalese Studies 4,2:83-97.

March, Kathryn S. 1977. The Iconography of Chiwong Gomba. Contributions to Nepalese Studies 5,1:85-92.

March, Kathryn S. 1979. The Intermediacy of Women: Female Gender Symbolism and the Social Position of Women among Tamangs and Sherpas of Highland Nepal. PhD dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Cornell University.

Miller, Robert. 1965. High Altitude Mountaineering, Cash Economy, and the Sherpas. Himalayan Research Bulletin 17,2:17-22.

Mitra, Amitabha. 1993. Economic Transformation of Sherpas in West Bengal. Social Change 23,2-3:223-226.

Mühlich, Michael. 1994. The Household, the Householder and the Neighbourhood in Sherpa Communities of Bauddha and Solu. In: Michael Allen (ed.), Anthropology of Nepal: Peoples, Problems and Processes, pp. 209-217. Kathmandu: Mandala Book Point.

Mühlich, Michael. 1996. Traditionelle Opposition: Individualität und Weltbild der Sherpa. Pfaffenweiler: Centaurus.

Oppitz, Michael. 1968. Geschichte und Sozialordnung der Sherpa. Khumbu Himal, Band 8. Innsbruck, München: Universitätsverlag Wagner. [See summary]

Oppitz, Michael. 1974. Myths and Facts: Reconsidering Some Data Concerning the Clan History of the Sherpa. Kailash 2,1-2:121-131.

Ortner, Sherry B. ?? Patterns of History: Cultural Schemas in the Foundings of the Sherpa Monasteries. In: E. Ohnuki-Tierney (ed.), Symbolism through Time, pp. ?? Stanford: Stanford UP.

Ortner, Sherry B. 1973. Sherpa Purity. American Anthropologist 75:49-63.

Ortner, Sherry B. 1975. God's Bodies, God's Food: A Symbolic Analysis of a Sherpa Ritual. In: R. Willis (ed.), The Analysis of Symbolism. London: Malaby.

Ortner, Sherry B. 1978. Sherpas Through Their Rituals. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Ortner, Sherry B. 1978. The White-Black Ones: The Sherpa View of Human Nature. In: J. Fisher (ed.), Himalayan Anthropology: The Indo-Tibetan Interface, pp. 263-286. The Hague: Mouton.

Ortner, Sherry B. 1983. The Founding of the First Sherpa Nunnery, and the Problem of 'Women' as an Analytic Category. In: V. Patraka and L. Tilly (eds.), Feminist Re-Visions: What Has Been and Might Be, pp. 93-134. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Women's Studies Program.

Ortner, Sherry B. 1989. Cultural Politics: Religious Activism and Ideological Transformation among 20th Century Sherpas. Dialectical Anthropology 14:197-211.

Ortner, Sherry B. 1989. High Religion: A Cultural and Political History of Sherpa Buddhism. Princeton: Princeton UP.

Ortner, Sherry B. 1997. Thick resistance: death and the cultural reconstruction of agency in Himalayan mountaineering. Representations 59:135-162.

Ortner, Sherry B. 1998. The making and self-making of "the Sherpas" in early Himalayan mountaineering. Studies in Nepali History and Society 3,1:1-34.

Ortner, Sherry B. 1999. Life and death on Mt. Everest : Sherpas and Himalayan mountaineering. Princeton, N.J., and Chichester: Princeton UP.

Ortner Paul, Sherry B. 1970. Food for Thought: A Key to Sherpa Culture. PhD Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago.

Parker, Anne. 1989. The Meanings of 'Sherpa', an Evolving Social Category. Himalayan Research Bulletin 9,3:11-14.

Paul, Robert A. 1970. Sherpas and Their Religion. PhD dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago.

Paul, Robert A. 1976. Some observations on Sherpa shamanis,. In: J. Hitchcock and R. Jones (eds.), Spirit possession in the Nepal Himalaya, pp. ?? New Delhi: Vikas.

Paul, Robert A. 1976. The Sherpa-Temple as a Model of the Psyche. American Ethnologist 3:131-146.

Paul, Robert A. 1979. Dumje: Paradox and Resolution in Sherpa Ritual Symbolism. American Ethnologist 6,2:274-304.

Paul, Robert A. 1989. The Sherpas of Nepal in the Tibetan Cultural Context: The Tibetan Symbolic World - A Psychoanalytic Exploration. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers.

Pawson, I. G., D. Stanford and V. Adams. 1984. Effects of Modernization on the Khumbu Region of Nepal: Changes in Population Structure, 1970-1982. Mountain Research and Development 4,1:73-81.

Pawson, I. G., D. Stanford, V. Adams and M. Norbu. 1984. Growth of Tourism in Nepal's Everest Region: Impact on the Physical Environment and Structure of Human Settlements. Mountain Research and Development 4,3:237-246.

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Sacherer, Janice. 1975. The Sherpas of the Rolwaling Valley: Human Adaptation to a Harsh Mountain Environment. Objets et Mondes 14,4:317-324.

Sacherer, Janice. 1977. Man in the Himalayas: The Sherpas of Rolwaling. In: Nepal Nature Conservation Society Annual, pp. 67-70. Kathmandu.

Sacherer, Janice. 1977. The Sherpas of Rolwaling Valley, North Nepal: A Study in Cultural Ecology. PhD dissertation submitted to the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris.

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Sacherer, Janice. 1981. The Recent Social and Economic Impact of Tourism on a Remote Sherpa Community. In: Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf (ed.), Asian Highland Societies: An Anthropological Perspective, pp. 157-167. New Delhi: Sterling.

Sacherer, Janice. 2001. Sherpa kinship terminology and its wider implications. unpublished paper.

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Sherpa, Lhakpa Doma. 2001. Frauen ohne Namen: Die Frau in der Sherpa-Gesellschaft. Südasien 21,1:38-44.

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Sherpa, Mingma Norbu. 1982. Sherpa Culture: Way of Life, Festivals, and Religion of the Sherpa People. A booklet published by Sagarmatha National Park. Kathmandu: Gorkhapatra Sansthan Press.

Sherpani, Lhakpa. 1994. Sherwa mi - viel' Steine gab's und wenig Brot: Eine Sherpa-Tochter erzählt. Bad Honnef: Deutsche Stiftung für Internationale Entwicklung [see also scan of complete book Sherwa mi and better scan without pictures]

Sherpani, Lhakpa. 1997. Runaway. Himalayan Research Bulletin 17,2:11-16.

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Smith, Cheryl Fay. 1994. The Effects of Hypoxia and Nutrition on Premenopausal Sherpa Women Living at High and Low Altitude in Nepal. PhD thesis, Indiana University.

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Stevens, Stanley F. 1989. Sherpa Settlement and Subsistence: Cultural Ecology and History in Highland Nepal. PhD dissertation, Department of Geography, University of California, Berkeley.

Stevens, Stanley F. 1993. Claiming the High Ground: Sherpas, Subsistence, and Environmental Change in the Highest Himalaya. Berkeley, Los Angeles, Oxford: University of California Press.

Swami, Praveen. 1996. Commitment to the Community. Frontline (06.09.1996), pp. 16-17.

Swami, Praveen. 1996. Himalayan Heights: The Saga of Ang Rita Sherpa. Frontline (06.09.1996), pp. 4-9.

Swami, Praveen. 1996. The Race to the Top: The Conquest of the Himalayas. Frontline (06.09.1996), pp. 13-16.

Swami, Praveen. 1996. The Sherpa and the Sahib: Changing Contours of an Unequal Relationship. Frontline (06.09.1996), pp. 10-12.

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