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Gerke B.  2016.  Buddhist Healing and Taming in Tibet. The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Buddhism. :576-590.
Gerke B, Craigh S.  2016.  Naming and Forgetting: Sowa Rigpa and the Recognition of Asian Medical Systems. Medicine Anthropology Theory. 3(2):87-122.
Gerke B.  2016.  Review of: "Being Human in a Buddhist World: An Intellectual History of Medicine in Early Modern Tibet" by Janet Gyatso. Himalaya: The Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies. 36(1):196-198.
Gerke B.  2016.  When ngülchu is not Mercury: Tibetan Taxonomies of Metals. Soulless Matter, Seats of Energy: Metals, Gems and Minerals in South Asian Religions and Culture. :116-140.
Gerke B.  2015.  Moving from efficacy to safety: A changing focus in the study of Asian medical systems. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford (JASO), special issue on Medical Anthropology at Oxford: The First Decade and Beyond. 7:370-384.
Gerke B.  2015.  Of Matas, Jhakris, and other Healers: Fieldnotes on a Healing Event in Kalimpong, India. :231-248.
Gerke B.  2015.  The Poison of Touch: Tracing Mercurial Treatments of Venereal Diseases in Tibet. Social History of Medicine. 28(3):532-554.
Blaikie C, Craig S, Gerke B, Hofer T.  2015.  Reply. Current Anthropology. 56(2):200-204.


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