Mongolia: Nomadic Pastoralists, their Livestock, and their Landscape 

7. Suggested Reading 

Bold, Bat-Ochir
2001 Mongolian Nomadic Society: A Reconstruction of the 'Medieval' History of Mongolia. St. Martins Press, New York.

Bulliet, Richard W.
1990 The Camel and the Wheel. Columbia University Press, New York.

Christian, David
1998 A History of Russia, Central Asia and Mongolia, Vol. 1: Inner Eurasia from Prehistory to he Mongol Empire. Blackwell Publishers, Oxford.

Hare, John
1998 The Lost Camels of Tartary. Little, Brown & Co., London.

Haslund, Henning
1992 Men and Gods in Mongolia. Adventures Unlimited Press, Stelle, IL. Reprinted from 1935 first edition by Kegan Paul, London.

Khazanov, Anatoly M.
1994 Nomads and the Outside World. 2nd Edition. Translated by Julia Crookenden. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI.

Kosikowski, F.
1982 Cheese and Fermented Milk Foods. F.V. Kosikowski & Associates, Brooktondale, NY.

Sneath, David
1999 Mobility, technology, and decollectivization of pastoralism in Mongolia. In S. Kotkin and B. A. Elleman (eds.), Mongolia in the Twentieth Century: Landlocked Cosmopolitan, pp. 223-236. M.E. Sharpe, Armonk, NY.

Suslov, S.P.
1961 Physical Geography of Asiatic Russia. Translated by N. D. Gershevsky. W.H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco.


  1. Introduction 
  2. People and Landscape 
  3. Livestock Herding  
  4. Characteristics of Livestock: Horses, Sheep, Goats 
  5. Characteristics of Livestock: Cattle and Yaks, Camels, Reindeer  
  6. Sharing the Labor 
  7. Suggested Reading   


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