Subject: Correction: This Month in Mongolian Studies - May 2022

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In this Issue:

ACMS Announcements 

ACMS Sponsored Programs and Events

Vacancies, Scholarships, and Fellowships

Grants and Calls for Papers

New Resources

Other News and Events

Recent Books

This Month in Mongolian Studies is a monthly listing of selected academic activities, resources and other material related to Mongolia. This list is based on information the ACMS has received and is presented as a service to its members. If you would like to submit information to be included in next month's issue please contact the ACMS at
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Thank you!

ACMS Announcements, News and Media References
Errata et corrigenda:
On May 6, we erroneously re-sent the April newsletter. This has caused some confusion among our readers, particularly about our upcoming Field School program. We sincerely apologize for the error. What you are reading right now is the correct version of the May issue of This Month in Mongolian Studies. Thank you for being our supportive reader. Have a nice day! :)

Correction: Mongolia Field School Update

 After carefully monitoring the COVID situation in Mongolia and abroad, we   are confirming that based on current information and projections for   summer, we are planning to run the in country Mongolia Field School for   summer 2022. This year, Mongolia Field School will feature 2 Sessions   with one course each:

 2. Environment, Humans, and Mining in Northern Mongolia (July   25 - August 12) - Application deadline is on Jun 30, 2022 (Priority   deadline is on June 1, 2022)

The Government of Mongolia downgraded its emergency level related to COVID-19 from orange to yellow, opening its border to foreign travelers. All applicants are required to be fully vaccinated and the ACMS will be complying with all safety requirements throughout the program in Mongolia.

The courses are open to a diverse range of participants, including undergraduate and graduate students, teachers and life-long learners, and offer an opportunity to experience learning and travel guided by academic experts in Ulaanbaatar and the beautiful Mongolian countryside.

Below courses have been postponed until 2023:
  1. Word and Sound in Mongolian Culture 
  2. Mongolian Buddhism, Nature, and Conservation
  3. Climate Change and Public Health: What does climate change mean for the people of Mongolia? 
A significant number of scholarships of up to $2,000 are available thanks to the generous support of the Henry Luce Foundation and other donors, with awards based on need, diversity, and merit.

ACMS signs MOU with NUM Institute of Mongolian Studies

We're excited to announce that ACMS signed an MOU with the Institute of Mongolian Studies at the National University of Mongolia on April 15, 2022.

The key points in the MOU include:
  • To provide opportunities for Mongolian scholars and young researchers to get their research internationally accessible
  • To co-organize and co-participate in international academic conferences
  • To cooperate in the field of libraries and information science
  • To enroll Mongolian students and faculty in the academic exchange and summer field school programs of U.S. scholars and researchers
We thank Director Zayabaatar D. (PhD) and Secretary Lkhagvademchig J. (PhD) for their time and look forward to promoting Mongolian Studies together with new and exciting collaborations!

Mongolia Field School 2022 Info Session Webinar
now available on-demand

On March 8, the ACMS staff and Mongolia Field School course instructors organized a live info session to provide an overview of each of the five courses, offer more details about the Field School application process and funding opportunities, discuss travel and living arrangements, and answer any questions students may have. The upcoming Mongolia Field School program offers an educational travel experience open to all participants including students, teachers and lifelong learners and adventurers. Participants will have the opportunity to go deeper into key topics in contemporary Mongolia, gain field research experience and travel off the beaten path expertly guided by faculty mentors. The webinar is now available to watch on YouTube via the following link. Please note that the webinar presents all five courses, including the three which were postponed to 2023.

Language Learning Methodology Series Continues

After successfully organizing the first event in March, the second edition of ACMS quarterly seminar “Language Learning Methodology” series will continue with three successive lectures in June.

June 10 - '' How to teach Mongolian script to foreigners ''
June 17 - '' Teaching Mongolian pronunciation to foreigners ''
June 24 - '' Debate Language Improvement ''

The guest speaker is Dr. Dorjderem, Mongolian Language Instructor at the St. Petersburg University. The event language will be in Mongolian. Participants should register their interest on the following Facebook event and join on the scheduled dates via the Zoom links therein.

Your Feedback Needed for ACMS Library Survey

ACMS Library and Media Coordinator T. Gantungalag and ACMS Library Fellow Liz Gartley are working together to expand the reach of the ACMS Library through the development of a new library website and curated research guides. To strengthen and inform this project, ACMS members are invited to complete a short survey, linked below. 

The purpose of this survey is to gather information about the research and information interests and needs of ACMS members. All ACMS members are encouraged to complete the survey--even if you have never used the ACMS library! The more information gathered, the better we can serve ACMS members and other researchers and scholars interested in Mongolia. 

For more information about this project, including questions or ideas, please contact Library and Media Coordinator, T. Gantungalag at and ACMS Library Fellow Liz Gartley at
ACMS Welcomes New Staff Members
Mr. Buyandelger Davaajantsan (Buka) joined the ACMS team in Ulaanbaatar on May 2, 2022, as Communications Coordinator. Buka hold a Master of International Affairs from Texas A & M University and is a current graduate student of Mongolian History at the National University of Mongolia. He previously held the position of seminar instructor at NUM, teaching history. Buka is passionate about Mongolian studies and has even conducted surveys on contemporary Mongolian society, values and identity.

Dr. Annika Ericksen joined our team as the Field School Coordinator for Summer 2022. She holds a PhD in Anthropology with an interdisciplinary minor in Global Change from the University of Arizona. Her first introduction to Mongolia was as a Peace Corps volunteer in 2004, and she has been going back ever since. Her dissertation on dzud disasters and post-socialist politics of responsibility in Mongolia was supported by an ACMS research fellowship and a Fulbright-Hays DDRA.
ACMS Sponsored Programs and Events
Please note that our VSS programming is alternating monthly between Mongolian and English as part of our larger plan to create inclusive and accessible discourse. May events will be held in English.

Please like and follow our Facebook page to get latest information on our virtual and in-person events.
The third "Соёлын өв цуврал семинар" (Cultural Heritage Colloquium) event of the year was an in-person workshop, titled “The process of creating e-content in the Museum Environment”, which was held on March 25th, 11 AM ULAT. The main language of the colloquium was Mongolian.

The workshop's livestream can be watched below.

Dr. Hurcabaatur Solonggod, senior researcher at the University of Tübingen, presented at our April Virtual Speaker Series about "Old Mongolian Grammar of the Mongolian Brahmi Script and the Decipherment of Huis Tolgai Inscription" on Wed, Apr 20, 9am EDT. The presentation was in Mongolian and will soon be uploaded to ACMS YouTube channel with English subtitles. However, the full livestream is also available on the ACMS Facebook page.
ACMS started a new quarterly series titled "Language Teaching Methodology Seminar", and held on Wed, March 10, 8pm ULAT. 

This quarter's speaker was Dr. Ganzorig Z, Mongolia representative of the TESOL Program at the Concordia University, Canada. The event was held in Mongolian. 
We are pleased to announce that the ACMS Field Research fellows of 2021 and 2022 finally are able to start their research work in Mongolia in their distinctive fields after 2 years of delay due to Covid 19. The next fellow to be interviewed with us was Mr. Corey Logan Johnson, PhD Candidate at the University of California - Davis. His research project is on Techno-economic analysis of a potential base camp site in the Upper Paleolithic record of Tolbor Valley.

Vacancies, Scholarship, and Fellowships

Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program Competition now open

The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program offers over 400 awards for U.S. citizens to teach, research, and conduct professional projects in more than 130 countries. In the current competition, there are 41 awards in East Asia and the Pacific. To see what's available in your field, explore our Catalog of Awards. You can join the more than 400,000 Fulbrighters who have come away with enhanced skills, new connections and greater mutual understanding.

Interested faculty and professionals are encouraged to visit our website where you will find program details, application guidance and other resources. We also invite you to view current opportunities in the Catalog of Awards, join a webinar or attend an office hour for live application assistance.

The application deadline is September 15, 2022. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.

The Tsahim-Urtuu Mongolian-American Community Scholarship

The Tsahim Urtuu - American Mongolian Community Scholarship Program recognizes academic excellence among Mongolian American high school students in North America planning to pursue a traditional baccalaureate degree at an accredited four-year college, university or military academy in the United States. TUNA selects well-rounded winners based on several factors, including SAT (and/or ACT) scores, demonstrated leadership, and junior year academic performance. Financial need is not a factor in determining winners. Awards for colleges or universities range from $1,000 to $2,000 per year. The amount for military academies is fixed as a one-time award of $1,000.

The TUNA Scholarship Program is open to all eligible Mongolian American children regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, birth place origin, citizenship status, or disability.

Scholarship awards may be granted in amounts from $1,000 to $2,000 per year for up to four years of full-time undergraduate study or completion of a bachelor’s degree. The amount of the award is not based on financial need. The scholarship amount is granted for each of four undergraduate years or until baccalaureate degree requirements are met, whichever occurs first. The amount is co-payable to the student and the institution.

Students log on to, register/obtain a User ID, and complete the application.

The applications must be completed and submitted no later than 22 May 2022.

Take the ACT or SAT. Students may include scores from multiple ACT and/or SAT exams; however, the highest combined (verbal and math) SAT score from one test will be considered.

Grants and Calls for Paper
Call for Papers: "XV Annual Mongolian Studies Conference" by The Mongolian Cultural Center and Mongolian Embassy to the U.S.A.

The Mongolian Cultural Center and The Embassy of Mongolia to the U.S.A. are co-hosting the XV Annual Mongolian Studies Conference at the Embassy of Mongolia in Washington D.C. The conference will take place on September 2-3, 2022. This the year the conference will be hybrid.

The hosts of the conference would like to invite you to submit a paper for consideration on topics related to Mongolia studies such as Mongolian language, culture, history, religion, arts, culture, literature, anthropology and other subjects that contain Mongolian social, economic and cultural issues. The papers must be original works of the author(s) and can be written and presented in either Mongolian and English. Presenters who are planning to present in Mongolian must provide and English translation at least one month prior to the conference.

Submission deadline for abstracts is June 1, 2022. Abstracts must not exceed 500 words. If your paper is selected you will receive and email from the hosts by June 10, 2022. 

Please send your abstracts by email to 

Call for Papers: For the New Journal "Chinggis Khaan Heritage Studies"

We are pleased to announce the formation of "Chinggis Khaan Heritage Studies," a scientific journal dedicated to the 860th birth anniversary of Chinggis Khaan, which is going to be disseminated in Mongolian and English, and either in paper publication or electronic form.

We would accept scientific articles and critique on scientific works related to Chinggis Khaan and his successors, and Great Mongolian period in below mentioned study areas: 
  • History and archeology; 
  • Ethnology, anthropology, textology;
  • Literature, Linguistics;
  • Culture and Art;
  • Religious studies;
  • Legal studies.
  • proposing new ideas and conclusions; 
  • not been published before in any form except as a preprint; 
  • written in English.
Submission guidelines:
  • Article font: Times New Roman
  • Font size: 12
  • Line spacing: Single
  • Paragraph indention: 1 cm
  • Margin on all sides: 2 cm
  • Article size: 5-15 pages
  • Citation: APA format
Please send your article to:© before 15th of June, 2022. Scientific articles will be assessed by our 'editorial board' for publication. 

Call for Papers: "Asian Comparative Literature and Film Panels, RMMLA 2022 (Albuquerque)

Abstracts are invited on any topic related to Asian comparative literature and film, including both intra-Asian comparison, and comparison between Asian and non-Asian traditions.

The Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association is a regional association of the Modern Language Association. For many years, it has had very strong turnout from scholars of Asian literatures. The 2022 meeting will return to an entirely in-person format, so that only those who are able to travel to Albuquerque should submit abstracts. RMMLA membership and conference registration are required for attendees, though rates are reasonable; see for details.

Please send abstracts of approximately 250 words to Daniel Fried ( or Mei Mingxue Nan ( Our extended deadline for receipt of abstracts is May 15; notifications regarding the status of submissions will be sent by June 1.

Call for Papers: "71st Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs (MCAA)" 

The University of Kansas Center for East Asian Studies is pleased to host the 71st Annual Meeting of the MCAA, September 16 – 18, 2022. We would be delighted to see you in Lawrence and to invigorate the region’s Asian Studies network. We hope you'll consider submitting a paper or panel proposal.

We are now soliciting panels, roundtables, and individual papers from all disciplines with China and Inner Asia, Northeast Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, the Asian Diaspora, and topical and comparative panels. Faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students, as well as independent scholars, are encouraged to share their work and attend the conference.

Individual Papers: Proposals should include (1) Presenter's name, affiliation, position, and contact information, including email addresses, and (2) Paper title and summary (150 words maximum).
Panels and Roundtables: Proposals should include (1) A list of participants, their paper titles, their affiliations, their positions, and their contact information, including email addresses, and (2) A panel summary (250 words max.) that includes a brief description of each paper and makes clear the connection between the papers.

If you are interested, please submit a proposal using the 71st MCAA submission forms for paper proposals and panel/roundtable proposals by May 31, 2022, at 11:59 p.m. Additional information (e.g. transportation, accommodations, and area information) will be available on our forthcoming website.

For questions about the call for papers, please contact our Academic Program Coordinator Ayako Mizumura at

Call for Proposals: "Silk Road Youth Research Grant" by UNESCO 

As part of the Silk Roads Programme’s ongoing work to better understand the rich history and shared legacy and spirit of the Silk Roads, UNESCO, with the support of the National Commission of the People’s Republic of China for UNESCO, launched the ‘Silk Roads Youth Research Grant’ in 2021 within the framework of the Social and Human Sciences Sector. The second edition has been launched on 1 March 2022.

This initiative, which aims to mobilize young researchers for further study of the Silk Roads shared heritage, will award 12 research grants to young women and men under 35 years of age.

Grant applicants are invited to address areas of academic study which relate to the shared heritage and plural identities of the Silk Roads, as well as its internal diversity, and potential in contemporary societies for creativity, intercultural dialogue, social cohesion, regional and international cooperation, and ultimately sustainable peace and development.

The call for proposals for the second edition of the Silk Roads Youth Research Grant is now open, we invite you to read the sections below for more information before submitting your application.

A broad array of research fields, including multidisciplinary and multidimensional proposals not limited to one specific region or chronology, are eligible. Proposed research may cover one or several themes associated with the Silk Roads shared heritage including, but not limited to:
  • Science and Technology and Traditional Knowhow
  • Religion and Spirituality
  • Language and Literature
  • Arts and Music
  • Traditional Sports and Games
  • Economy and Trade
  • The Legacy of the Silk Roads and Contemporary Issues
However, proposed research must focus on the results of cultural interactions and exchanges, and within a given field must showcase the concrete resulting elements, be they tangible or intangible, as identifiable in two or more cultures along the Silk Roads and beyond. Research may be interdisciplinary in approach, and where possible, provide dynamic and novel ideas on the processes of exchange and transformation along the Silk Roads and its meaning and value in contemporary societies.

Applicants are required to submit a proposal by using the standard template provided here detailing their research, its methods, expected outcomes and contribution to existing scholarship. Proposals should be submitted in English.

The call for proposals will run from 1 March to 31 May 2022, with the grant awardees announced at the end of September 2022 following the evaluation process.

Call for Papers: "Annual Meeting of the Mongolia Society 2022"

The 2022 Annual Meeting and Panels of The Mongolia Society will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2022 at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. The Society is meeting in conjunction with CESS (Central Eurasian Studies Society), which meets October 20-23, 2022. Further information on the Society’s Annual Meeting and Panels will be available at a later date.

The Mongolia Society is placing a CALL FOR PAPERS for the 2022 Annual Meeting and Panels. We invite papers on Mongolian history, language and culture. Abstracts should be submitted to The Mongolia Society office, no later than September 1, 2022. The abstract must contain the paper title, be no more than 300 words, and include your contact information (email address and telephone number). If your abstract is accepted, you will have 20 minutes to present your paper. Zoom presenters are welcome.

Please send your abstract to Susie Drost at

Please note that you must be a member of The Mongolia Society in order to present a paper. To Join the Society, you may pay online (via Paypal and Stripe) at or contact Susie Drost at the address and telephone number provided above.

ATTENDANCE DONATION for the 2022 Mongolia Society Annual Meeting and Panels will be $15 for Mongolia Society Members, $25 for Non-Members and $10 for students with ID. You may pay your donation (via Paypal or Stripe) by going to our website’s home page ( and clicking the‘Donation’ button the right hand side, at the top of the page. When prompted to ‘add additional information,’ please add ‘Annual Meeting.’ Or, you may contact Susie Drost. The Attendance Donation fee must be paid by October 20, 2022. You will be sent a receipt for your donation that you can use as your entry pass to these events.

*The Society is offering a special discounted membership rate when new members join and pay the Annual Meeting Attendance Donation at the same time. It will cost only $40 for new U.S. members, $50 for Foreign members, to both join the Society and attend the Annual Meeting and Panels.

New Resources
Interesting digital resource we discovered in April, 2022:
  • "Kimo Converter" is an online Cyrillic to Traditional and Traditional to Cyrillic script converter tool developed by Bolorsoft. The developers say this tool will help the government switch to dual script use in 2025.
Member contribution publications:
(We received the following announcement of publication from our members. If you would like to announce your publication, please reach out to us at
Selected scholarly articles published in April, 2022:
Other News and Events

"Central Eurasian Book Club: Young Mongols" | Zoom (April 14)
The book club will discuss Young Mongols: Forging Democracy in the Wild Wild East by Aubrey Menard on April 14 at 5pm on zoom for a Q & A session with author.

[Mongolian ‘Shock Therapy’: Myths and Reality" with Bill Bikales]| UPenn, Philadelphia (March 31)
Over the last three decades a highly inaccurate view of Mongolia’s early transition experience has circulated widely...

"After the January events: Why Mongolia can’t and won’t produce broad mass movements" | LeftEast
What distinguishes the Kazakh experience from the Mongolian one is the factor of political stability which Nazarbayev provided up until recently and the scale of mega projects that kick started as early as mid-1990s...

Mongol Zoominar Presents: Buddhist and Daoist Networks And Material Culture Under Mongol Rule (May 13)
With Jingping Wang (NUS) and Susan Huang (Rice University). Organizer and Moderator: Wonhee Cho (Academy of Korean Studies). For further details and link to the event please contact: Wonhee Cho at and Jonathan Brack at

Recent Books

"The Mongol World" By Timothy May, Michael Hope

Price: 42.36 USD (ebook) 1100 pages. Routledge

Drawing upon research carried out in several different languages and across a variety of disciplines, The Mongol World documents how Mongol rule shaped the trajectory of Eurasian history from Central Europe to the Korean Peninsula, from the thirteenth century to the fifteenth century.

Contributing authors consider how intercontinental environmental, economic, and intellectual trends affected the Empire as a whole and, where appropriate, situate regional political, social, and religious shifts within the context of the broader Mongol Empire. Issues pertaining to the Mongols and their role within the societies that they conquered therefore take precedence over the historical narrative of the societies that they conquered. Alongside the formation, conquests, administration, and political structure of the Mongol Empire, the second section examines archaeology and art history, family and royal households, science and exploration, and religion, which provides greater insight into the social history of the Empire -- an aspect often neglected by traditional dynastic and political histories.

With 58 chapters written by both senior and early-career scholars, the volume is an essential resource for all students and scholars who study the Mongol Empire from its origins to its disintegration and legacy.

Timothy May (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison) is Professor of Central Eurasian History at the University of North Georgia and serves as Associate Dean of Arts & Letters. A scholar of the Mongol Empire, he focuses on Mongol military history and strategy. He is the author of The Mongol Art of War (2007), The Mongol Conquests in World History (2012), The Mongol Empire (2018), The Mongols (2019), and Simply Chinggis (2021). In 2014, he was named the University of North Georgia Alumni Distinguished Professor, and he earned the UNG Distinguished Teaching Award in 2021.

Michael Hope (Ph.D., Australian National University) is Associate Professor of History at Yonsei University, Korea. He specializes in the political and cultural history of the Mongol Empire with a particular focus on the Ilkhanate. He is the author of Power, Politics, and Tradition in the Mongol Empire and the Ilkhanate of Iran (2016).

"A History of Mongolian Shamanism" By Dalai Chuluunii and Erdene-Otgon Dalai

Price: 89.00 USD (paper) 62 pages. Springer, Singapore
This book discusses the evolution of Mongolian shamanism from the distant past to the collapse of great empires such as the Yuan Dynasty in the fourteenth century, drawing on archeological findings and historical resources like the Mongolian Secret History. Further, it introduces readers to the cultural and ideological differences between Mongolian shamanists, who believe in the Eternal Blue Sky, and modern Mongols, who follow Buddhist teachings. In closing, the authors put forward the idea that Mongolian shamanism could have helped build great empires, emphasizing, e.g., shamanism’s influence on Mongolian culture and literature in the Middle Ages.

Academician Dalai Chuluunii (1930-2009) was Director and Academic Secretariat at the Institute of Oriental Studies, the Institute of International Studies and the Institute of History, Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia. He also served at the Diplomatic Service of Mongolia in Peking, China. He graduated from Peking University, People’s Republic of China (1958), and received his Ph.D. in History (1970) and Sc.D. in Mongolian History from the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia (1986). His main research works focused on Mongolian History, Sinology, Oriental Studies, and the History of International Relations. He was the author of 20 monographs and co-author of 13 books, as well as 100 articles in Mongolian and foreign languages such as Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Czech, etc. He was awarded the Honorary Scientist of Mongolia (1996) and other major prizes from academic organizations in, e.g., Russia, China and Japan.

"When I'm Gone, Look for Me in the East" By Amy Quan Barry

Price: 27.00 USD (paper) 62 pages. Springer, Singapore
Tasked with finding the reincarnation of a great lama—a spiritual teacher who may have been born anywhere in the vast Mongolian landscape—the young monk Chuluun sets out with his identical twin, Mun, who has rejected the monastic life they once shared. Their relationship will be tested on this journey through their homeland as each possesses the ability to hear the other’s thoughts.

Proving once again that she is a writer of immense range and imagination, Quan Barry carries us across a terrain as unforgiving as it is beautiful and culturally varied, from the western Altai mountains to the eerie starkness of the Gobi Desert to the ancient capital of Chinggis Khaan. As their country stretches before them, questions of faith—along with more earthly matters of love and brotherhood—haunt the twins.
Are our lives our own, or do we belong to something larger? When I’m Gone, Look for Me in the East is a stunningly far-flung examination of our individual struggle to retain our convictions and discover meaning in a fast-changing world, as well as a meditation on accepting what simply is.

Born in Saigon and raised in Massachusetts, QUAN BARRY is the author of the novels She Weeps Each Time You’re Born and We Ride Upon Sticks (winner of the 2020 ALA Alex Award), and four books of poetry, including Water Puppets (winner of the AWP Donald Hall Prize for Poetry and a PEN Open Book finalist). Barry’s first play, The Mytilenean Debate, premiers in the spring of 2022. She is the Lorraine Hansberry Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

A Thousand Steps to Parliament" By Manduhai Buyandelger

Price: 32.50 USD (paper) 288 pages. UChicago Press
A Thousand Steps to Parliament traces how the complicated, contradictory paths to political representation that women in Mongolia must walk mirror those the world over.

Mongolia has often been deemed an “island of democracy,” commended for its rapid adoption of free democratic elections in the wake of totalitarian socialism. The democratizing era, however, brought alongside it a phenomenon that Manduhai Buyandelger terms “electionization”—a restructuring of elections from time-grounded events into a continuous, neoliberal force that governs everyday life beyond the electoral period. In A Thousand Steps to Parliament, she shows how campaigns in Mongolia have come to substitute for the functions of governing, from social welfare to the private sector. Such long-term, high-investment campaigns depend on an accumulation of wealth and power beyond the reach of most women candidates. Given their limited financial means and outsider status, successful women candidates instead use strategies of self-polishing to cultivate charisma and a reputation for being oyunlag, or intellectful. This carefully and intentionally crafted identity can be called the “electable self”: treating their bodies and minds as pliable and renewable, women candidates draw from the same practices of neoliberalism that have unsustainably commercialized elections. A Thousand Steps to Parliament traces how the complicated, contradictory paths to representation that women in Mongolia must walk mirror those the world over, revealing an urgent need to grapple with the encroaching effects of neoliberalism in democracies globally.

Manduhai Buyandelger is professor of anthropology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is the author of Tragic Spirits: Shamanism, Gender, and Memory in Contemporary Mongolia, also published by the University of Chicago Press.
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