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- anthropology, gender and social change in Himalayan Asia
- the political and economic pressures on local ethnic communities
- the different ways in which people relate their own experiences and reflections to larger cultural and esthetic frameworks, such as those of ritual, religion and song
- Asian Literature, Religion, and Culture
- Asian Religions
- Asian Studies
- Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
- International Development
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender studies
- Public Affairs
- ANTHR 4910 - Independent Study: Undergrad I
- ANTHR 4920 - Independent Study: Undergrad II
- ANTHR 4984 - Honors Thesis Write-Up
- ANTHR 7530 - South Asia: Readings in Special Problems
- ANTHR 7540 - Problems in Himalayan Studies
- ANTHR 7910 - Independent Study: Grad I
- ANTHR 7920 - Independent Study: Grad II
- ANTHR 7930 - Independent Study: Grad III
1999 Local Production/ Local Knowledge: Forced Labor From Below. Studies in Nepali History and Society 4(1):5-64.
1983 Weaving, Writing, and Gender. Man, New Series 18(4):729-744.
2002 If Each Come Halfway: Meeting Tamang Woman in Nepal. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press (CUP).
1995 Mutual Regards: America and Nepal Seen through Each Other’s Eyes. Kathmandu: Jivan Support Press.
2003 Two Houses and the Pain of Separation in Tamang Narratives from Highland Nepal. In Songs, Stories, Lives: Gendered Dialogues and Cultural Critique. Gloria Goodwin Raheja ,ed. Pp 134-172. New Delhi: Kali for Women.
1998 Engendered Bodies, Embodied Genders. In Selves in Time and Place: Identities, Experience, and History in Nepal. Debra Skinner, Alfred Pach III, and Dorothy Holland, eds. Pp 219-236. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
1998 Hospitality Women, and the Efficacy of Beer. In Food and Gender: Identity and Power. Carole Counihan and Steven L. Kaplan. Pp. 45-80. London: Routledge.