Recursos sobre la situación de la mujer en Mongolia

Las referencias siguen el orden del curso Mujeres de la estepa: Género y poder en la sociedad nómada mongol, que imparto en Casa Asia.


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1. Pastoras y chamanas: Las mujeres en la sociedad mongol tradicional

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Hamayon, Roberte. 1987. “Abuse of the father, abuse of the husband: A comparative analysis of two Buryat myths of ethnic origin”, en W. Heissig y H. J. Klimkeit (eds.): Synkretismus in den Religionen Zentralasiens. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, pp. 91-107.

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Lacaze, Gaëlle. 2015. “Le maigre féminin et le gras viril chez les Mongols”. Journal des Anthropologues vol. 140-141, pp. 173-191.

Kazato, Mari. 2007. “Women’s property in Mongolian pastoral society: Value of silver goods in rural Mongolia”. Bangkok: The 16th Annual International Association for Feminist Economics Conference.

Köhler-Rollefson, Ilse. 2012. Invisible guardians: Women manage livestock diversity. Roma: FAO [Animal Production and Health Paper 174].

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Roux, Jean-Paul. 1969. “La veuve dans les sociétés turques et mongoles de l’Asie Centrale”. L’Homme vol. 9 (4), pp. 51-78.

Saladin d’Anglure, Bernard, y Chalifoux, Jean-Jacques (eds.). 1998. Médiations chamaniques. Sexe et genre. Anthropologie et Sociétés vol. 22, nº 2.

Serruys, Henry. 1974. “Four manuals for marriage ceremonies among the Mongols”. Zentralasiatische Studien vol. 8, pp. 247-331, y vol. 9, pp. 275-360.

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Shombodon, Dorligiin. 1996. “The division of labour and working conditions of herdsmen in Mongolia”, en C. Humphrey y D. Sneath (eds.): Culture and environment in Inner Asia. Cambridge: The White Horse, vol. I, pp. 209-237.

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Voltolini, Federica, et al. 2015. Gender analysis in pastoral livestock herding in Mongolia. Ulan Bator: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.

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2. Guerreras y consortes: Las mujeres en el Imperio Mongol

Birge, Bettine. Women, property, and Confucian reaction in Sung and Yüan China (960-1368). Cambridge y Nueva York: Cambridge University.

Broadbridge, Anne F. 2018. Women and the making of the Mongol empire. Cambridge y Nueva York: Cambridge University.

Broadbridge, Anne F. 2020. “Töregene, imperial widow in the Mongol Empire in the 1240s: Opposing her husband’s will on behalf of her son”, en Martin Gutmann (ed.): Historians on leadership and strategy. Berlin: Springer, pp. 233-254.

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De Nicola, Bruno. 2006. “Las mujeres mongolas en los siglos XII y XIII: Un análisis sobre el rol de la madre y la esposa de Gengis Khan”. Acta Historica et Archaeologica Mediaevalia vol. 27, pp. 37-63.

De Nicola, Bruno. 2010. “Women’s role and participation in warfare in the Mongol empire”, en K. Latzel (ed.): Soldatinnen. Gewalt und Geschlecht im Krieg vom Mittelalter bis Heute. Paderborn: Schöningh, pp. 95-112.

De Nicola, Bruno. 2014. “Patrons or murīds? Mongol women and shaykhs in Ilkhanid Iran and Anatolia”. Iran vol. 52 (1), pp. 143-156.

De Nicola, Bruno. 2017. Women in Mongol Iran. The khatuns, 1206-1335. Edimburgo: Edinburgh University.

Du, Yue. 2016. “Legal justice in Eighteenth-Century Mongolia: Gender, ethnicity, and politics in the Manchu-Mongol marriage alliance”. Late Imperial China vol. 37 (2), pp. 1-40.

García Cabrera, Alejandro. “Sorgaqtani Beki, la madre del más extenso imperio mongol”. Archivos de Historia.

Greaves, Aspen. 2020. Women in the early Mongol empire: Female types in The Secret History of the Mongols. Undergraduate Honors Thesis. Provo: Brigham Young University.

Halbertsma-Herold, Ulrike. 2008. Clothing authority: Mongol attire and textiles in the socio-political complex. MA Thesis. Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.

Holmgren, Jennifer. 1986. “Observations on marriage and inheritance practices in early Mongol and Yüan society, with particular reference to the levirate”. Journal of Asian History vol. 20, pp. 12-192.

Kollmar-Paulenz, Karenina. 2000. “New data on the life of the Jönggen Qatun, the third wife of Altan Qaγan of the Turned Mongols”. Central Asiatic Journal vol. 44, pp. 190-204.

Lane, George. 2006. Daily life in the Mongol empire. Westport: Greenwood.

May, Timothy. 2016. “Commercial queens: Mongolian khatuns and the Silk Road”. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 3ª serie, vol. 26, pp. 89-106.

Nugteren, Hans, y Wilkens, Jens. 2019. “A female Mongol headdress in Old Uyghur secular documents”. International Journal of Old Uyghur Studies vol. 1-2, pp. 153-170.

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Pop, Rodica. 2010. “Levirate and polygamy as features of the Mongolian medieval wedding ritual”, en Á. Birtalan (ed.): Mongolian studies in Europe. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University, pp. 87-92.

Ratchnevsky, Paul. 1976. “La condition de la femme mongole au 12e/13e siècles”, en W. Heissig (ed.): Tractata Altaica. Denis Sinor sexagenario optime de rebus altaicis merito dedicata. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, pp. 509-530.

Reese, Lyn. 2019. “Sorghaghtani Beki, mother of great khans”. Women in World History.

Rossabi, Morris. 1979. “Kublai Khan and the women in his family”, en W. Bauer (ed.): Studia Sino-Mongolica. Festschrift für Herbert Franke. Wiesbaden: Steiner, pp. 153-180.

Rossabi, Morris. 1992. “The study of the women of Inner Asia and China in the Mongol era”. The Gest Library Journal vol. 5 (2), pp. 17-28.

Ryan, James D. 1998. “Christian wives of Mongol khans: Tartar queens and missionary expectations in Asia”. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 3ª serie, vol. 8, pp. 410-421.

Serruys, Henry. 1975. “Two remarkable women in Mongolia: The third lady Erketü Qatun and Dayiching-Beyiji”. Asia Major vol. 19, pp. 191.245.

Uno, Nobuhiro. 2009. “Exchange-marriage in the royal families of nomadic states”, en V. Rybatzki (ed.): The early Mongols: Language, culture and history. Studies in honor of Igor de Rachewiltz. Bloomington: Indiana University.

Weatherford, Jack. 2010. The secret history of the Mongol queens: How the daughters of Genghis Khan rescued his empire. Nueva York: Crown.

3. Camaradas y amas de casa: Las mujeres en la Mongolia socialista

Even, Marie-Dominique. 2015. “Sex-equality norms versus traditional gender values in communist Mongolia”. Clio. Women, Gender, History vol. 41, pp. 175-186.

Jarry, Anna. 2012. “Idéologie de genre et héritage communiste. L’exemple de la Mongolie en l’an 2000”. Revue Tiers Monde vol. 209, pp. 107-124.

Morozova, Irina. 2009. The social history of Mongolia in the Twentieth Century. Londres: Routledge.

Odontuya, Turmunkh. 2016. “On encouraging mothers of multiple children through the Order of the Mother Glorious in Mongolia”, en N. Igichi (ed.): Rethinking representations of Asian women. Nueva York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 35-49.

Skapa, Barbara. 1995. “Mongolian women and poverty during the transition”, en K. Griffin (ed.): Poverty and the transition to a market economy in Mongolia. Riverside: University of California, pp. 90-103.

Terbish, Baasanjav. 2013. “Mongolian sexuality: A short history of the flirtation of power with sex”. Inner Asia vol. 15 (2), pp. 243-271.

4. Supervivientes y emprendedoras: Las mujeres en la Mongolia de la globalización

Ahearn, Ariell. 2018. “Winters without women: Social change, split households and gendered labour in rural Mongolia”. Gender, Place and Culture vol. 25, pp. 399-415.

Altangerel, Ganchimeg. 2014. Der Sinn meines Lebens ist die Zukunft meiner Kinder. Zur Lebenssituation alleinstehender Mütter in der gegenwärtigen Mongolei. Dissertation. Berlín: Humboldt-Universität.

Anderson, Jim, y Buchhave, Helle. 2018. “Getting to equal in Mongolia’s labor market (and leadership market)”. East Asia & Pacific on the Rise.

Begzsuren, Tsolmon, y Mendizabal, Veronica. 2018. Translating women’s voices into action in Mongolia: Addressing gender-based violence through investments in infrastructure. Manila: Asian Development Bank [East Asia Working Paper 14].

Benwell, Ann F. 2006. “Facing gender challenges in post-socialist Mongolia”, en Ole Bruun y Li Narangoa (eds.): Mongols: From country to city. Floating boundaries, pastoralism and city life in the Mongol lands. Copenhague: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, pp. 110-139.

Benwell, Ann F. 2009. Keeping up appearances: Gender and ideal womanhood in postsocialist Mongolia. PhD Thesis. Copenhague: Københavns Universitet.

Billé, Franck. 2014. “Nationalism, sexuality and dissidence in Mongolia”, en M. McLelland y V. Mackie (eds.): Handbook of sexuality studies in East Asia. Nueva York: Routledge, pp. 162-173.

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Bold-erdene, Tergel. 2020. “How Disney films shaped gender stereotypes in Mongolia”. Feminism in India.

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Buyandelger, Manduhai. 2016. “Mongolia’s self-styled female parliamentary candidates”. Anthropology News – American Anthropological Association, 3/20/2017.

Cengel, Katya. 2017. “Mongolia’s hunt for female street artists”. NPR.

Diaz, Holly D. 2019. Centuries of navigating resistance and change: Exploring the persistence of Mongolian women leaders. PhD Dissertation. Yellow Springs: Antioch University.

Diffendal, Enkhjargal A., y Weidman, John C. 2010. Gender equity in access to higher education in Mongolia. PhD Thesis. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh.

Empson, Rebecca M. 2020. Subjective lives and economic transformations in Mongolia: Life in the gap. Londres: University College London.

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Lacaze, Gaëlle. 2013. “«Crise de la virilité» vs «fuite des femmes»: Gouvernementalités genrées et conflictualités des corps en Mongolie”. L’Homme et la Société vol. 189-190 (3), pp. 107-122.

Marois, Alexandra. 2006. “D’un habitat mobile à un habitat fixe: Fondements et changements de l’orientation dans l’espace domestique mongol”. Études Mongoles et Sibériennes vol. 36-37, pp. 2-21.

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Witte, Susan; Aira, Toivgoo, y Tsai, Laura. 2019. “Addressing women’s health through economic opportunity: Lessons from women engaged in sex work in Mongolia”, en M. Najafizadeh y L. Lindsey (eds.): Women of Asia: Globalization, development, and gender equity. Nueva York: Routledge, pp. 124-135.

2 comentarios en “Recursos sobre la situación de la mujer en Mongolia

    1. Gracias por tus palabras, Marymer. Sí, creo que estudiar culturas, independientemente de cuáles sean, nos hace darnos cuenta de que la diversidad es el verdadero tesoro de la humanidad.

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