International scholars and students have been drawn to Mongolia for research and study because of the country’s open political and economic system, its pristine steppe environment, its role in world history, and its enduring nomadic culture. Since 1990, over 70 PhD dissertations and Master’s theses have been completed at US institutions on topics related to Mongolia and Inner Asia. Below is a list of dissertations and theses by international and Mongolian scholars on topics related to the region. This list is by no means comprehensive, and it includes dissertations written before 1990 and at institutions outside the US. However, of the over 120 titles listed, 84 were written in the last 16 years.

Copies of the dissertations may be found either at the libraries of the institutions that conferred the degrees or for purchase online at Proquest Online.

Scholars are encouraged to provide electronic copies of their dissertations and theses to the American Center for Mongolian Studies in order to make them available as a resource to other scholars doing work in the region. To submit your dissertation or thesis to the ACMS please contact library@mongoliacenter.org.

PhD Dissertations

20th century forest-grassland ecotone shift and effects of livestock herbivory
By Sankey, Temuulen Tsagaan, Ph.D., Montana State University, 2005, 104 pages; AAT 3179483

A comparison of multicultural music education concepts in American-based international schools and corresponding host country schools: Thailand, China, and Outer Mongolia
By Fulton, Carolyn Jeanette Morrison, Ph.D., The Florida State University, 2001, 180 pages; AAT 3021553

A History of the Sino-Soviet border, 1858-1924
By Paine, Sarah CrosBy Mallory, Ph.D., Columbia University, 1993, 517 pages; AAT 9318271

A multi-level study of vulnerability of Mongolian pastoralists to natural hazards and its consequences on individual and household well-being
By Chuluundorj, Oyuntsesteg, Ph.D., University of Colorado at Denver, 2006, 255 pages; AAT 3218085

A needs assessment of the teacher education program at the State Pedagogical University of Mongolia
By Costa, Vincent Paul, Ed.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1997, 210 pages; AAT 9837572

An elite perspective on developmental crisis: China’s experiences in Inner Mongolia (Volumes I and II)
By Soong, James Chu-Yul, Ph.D., Georgetown University, 1975, 546 pages; AAT 7524486

A study of Mongolian negation
By Wonsoo Yu, Ph.D., Indiana University, 242 pages, 1991; WWU call #  PL400.1 .Y85 1991

A study on the “er-ren-tai” in contemporary social transition: Interactions between Hequ district non-governmental troupes and regional culture
By Yang, Hong, Ph.D., The Chinese University of Hong Kong (People’s Republic of China), 2004, 340 pages; AAT 3162600

An economic analysis of alternative grazing institutions in a transition economy: Jargalant “Suum” Mongolia
By Martin, Roger Philip, Ph.D., Washington State University, 1995, 382 pages; AAT 9640187

Apatite fission-track thermochronology of the Altai Mountains (South Siberia, Russia) and the Tien Shan Mountains (Kyrgyzstan): Relevance to Meso-Cenozoic tectonics and denudation in Central Asia
By De Grave, Johan, Ph.D., Universiteit Gent (Belgium), 2003, 289 pages; AAT C814796

Asian ornithomimosaurs
By Kobayashi, Yoshitsugu, Ph.D., Southern Methodist University, 2004, 363 pages; AAT 3125995

Astride the Movius Line: Late Pleistocene lithic technological variability in Northeast Asia
By Brantingham, Paul Jeffrey, Ph.D., The University of Arizona, 1999, 268 pages; AAT 9960291

Basal metabolic rate of Mongolian pastoral nomads
By Yandag, Nyamdorj, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, 2000, 264 pages; AAT 9981877

Between hearth and celestial court: Gender, marginality, and the politics of Shamanic practices among the Buriats of Mongolia
By Buyandelgeriyn, Manduhai, Ph.D., Harvard University, 2004, 380 pages; AAT 3131799

Biogeochemical cycling and nitrogen dynamics of biological soil crusts in a semi-arid ecosystem
By Barger, Nichole Nannette, Ph.D., Colorado State University, 2003, 131 pages; AAT 3107065

Biological relationships among Siberians: Craniometric, serological, and dermatoglyphic approaches
By Yokota, Miyo, Ph.D., The University of Tennessee, 1997, 199 pages; AAT 9823143

Buddhism, history and power: The Jewel Translucent Sutra and the formation of Mongol identity
By Elverskog, Carl Johan, Ph.D., Indiana University, 2000, 575 pages; AAT 9993532

China and her political entity (A study of China’s foreign relations with reference to Korea, Manchuria and Mongolia)
By Hsu, Shuhsi, Ph.D., Columbia University, 1925, 438 pages; AAT 0127985

China’s policy toward Outer Mongolia, 1912-1920
By Salamon, Hilel Benami, Ph.D., Columbia University, 1969, 342 pages; AAT 7219086

Chinese and Russian policies in Outer Mongolia, 1911 to 1921
By Ewing, Thomas Esson, Ph.D., Indiana University, 1977, 614 pages; AAT 7805596

Chinese settlement of Mongolian lands: Manchu policy in Inner Mongolia/ A case study of Chinese migration in jerim league
By Tsai, Sheng Luen, Ph.D., Brigham Young University, 1983, 179 pages; AAT 8321339

Chinesische Stoffe und Motive in der populären mongolischen Literatur gegen Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts
By von Alexander Georg Scholz, Ph.D., Bonn, 265 pages, 1975; WWU call # PL414 .S36 1975

Cities, population redistribution, and urbanization in Mongolia: 1918-1990
By Doebler, Robert Kenneth, Ph.D., Indiana University, 1994, 367 pages; AAT 9500394, PL9500 .D649 1994

Civil society under Communist rule: A comparative study from the perspective of workers’ occupational autonomy
By Zhu, Yanlan, Ph.D., The University of Chicago, 1994, 215 pages; AAT 9501560

Climate and soil texture controls of grassland ecosystem properties of Inner Mongolia from patch to regional scales   By Xiao, Xiangming, Ph.D., Colorado State University, 1994, 165 pages; AAT 9509669

Climate-ecosystem interactions on East Asian steppes: An analysis of vegetation responses to climate variability with remote sensing data
By Yu, Fangfang, Ph.D., University of Kansas, 2002, 198 pages; AAT 3071146

Comparative study of postpositions in Mongolian dialects and the written language
By Frederick Holden Buck, Ph.D., Harvard University, 158 pages, 1953; WWU call # PL403 .B83 1955

Contrastive analysis of the morphological structure of words in the Mongolian and English languages. (Russian)
By Luvsanzhav, Choĭ, Ph.D., USSR Academy of Sciences and Mongolian State University (MPR), 88 pages, 1971; WW call # PL403 .L8917 1971

“Crafting” Hongshan Communities? Household Archeology in the Chifeng region of eastern Inner Mongolia, PRC
By Peterson, Christian Eric, Ph.D., University of Pittsburg, 2006, 246 pages; AAT

Culture change and revolution in Outer Mongolia
By Cheney, George Alvin, Ph.D., University of Washington, 1966, 285 pages; AAT 6702146

Demokratisierungschancen in der Mongolei
by von Saruul Agwaandorjiin, Ph.D., Universitat Marburg, 280 pages, 1999; WWU call # JQ1730.A56 D4677 1999

Divine knowledge: Buddhist mathematics according to Antoine Mostaert’s “Manual of Mongolian Astrology and Divination”
By Baumann, Brian Gregory, Ph.D., Indiana University, 2005, 2243 pages; AAT 3200372

Dynamics and sustainability of the Inner Mongolian typical steppe: Ecosystem responses to grazing and climate
By Christensen, Lindsey, Ph.D., Colorado State University, 2001, 138 pages; AAT 3038625

Early historical materials of the Bayantala League
by Lawrence Edward Yates, Ph.D., Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität, 278 pages, 1986; WWU call #  DS793.M7 Y38 1986

Ecology and conservation of snow leopards, Gobi brown bears, and wild Bactrian camels in Mongolia
By McCarthy, Thomas Michael, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2000, 133 pages; AAT 9960772

Economic analyses of wind erosion control with off-site environmental effects
By Hu, Dayuan, Ph.D., University of Kentucky, 1995, 95 pages; AAT 9614456

Energy, torpor, and reproduction in Siberian hamsters, Phodopus sungorus
By Stamper, Juliet Lise, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1996, 106 pages; AAT 9723192

English in the linguistic landscape of Mongolia: Indices of language spread and language competition
By Beery, Kelli Erin, Ph.D., Purdue University, 2004, 168 pages; AAT 3154584

Epidemiology of brucellosis in livestock and humans in Mongolia
By Fine, Amanda Elizabeth, M.S., Michigan State University, 2004, 181 pages; AAT 1424684

Etat de sante des eleveurs semi-nomades en Mongolie: Mode de vie et facteurs de risqué
By Mocellin, Jerome, Ph.D., Universite de Montreal (Canada), 2006, 373 pages; AAT NR16978

Europeans and Mongols in the middle of the thirteenth century: Encountering the other
By Ruotsala, Antti Allan Aaprami, FT, Helsingin Yliopisto (Finland), 2001, 169 pages; AAT C810819

Exhumation of high and ultrahigh-pressure rocks in the Qinling-Dabie orogen, eastern China and the Yagan-Onch Hayrhan metamorphic core complex, southern Mongolia
By Webb, Laura Elaine, Ph.D., Stanford University, 1999, 116 pages; AAT 9924621

Falling lands, rising nations: Environmental-nationalism in China and Central Asia
By Husmann, Lisa Eileen, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1997, 184 pages; AAT 9826959

Fertility analysis of Mongolia: Fertility transition and its determinants in 1960—1998
By Altankhuyag, Gereltuya, Ph.D., University of Southampton (United Kingdom), 2005, 156 pages; AAT C823942

Fossil mammals from the Oligocene Hsanda Gol Formation, Mongolia. Part I: Insectivora, rodentia and deltatheridia, with notes on the paleobiology of cricetops dormitor
By Mellett, James Silvan, Ph.D., Columbia University, 1966, 282 pages; AAT 6700830

“For the memory of the hero is his second life”: Truth, history and politics in late twentieth century Mongolia
By Kaplonski, Christopher, Ph.D., Rutgers The State University of New Jersey – New Brunswick, 1996, 319 pages; AAT 9633700

Functional anatomy of the postcranial skeleton of Mononykus olecranus (Dinosauria: Saurischia: Theropoda) from the late Cretaceous of Mongolia
By McNeil, Lana S., Ph.D., Yale University, 1998, 532 pages; AAT 9835260

Growing constitutions: Judicial review in the new democracies
By Ginsburg, Thomas Benjamin, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1999, 482 pages; AAT 9931242

Huhhot: an urban profile (Mongolia, China)
By Jankowiak, William Ronald, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara, 1986, 183 pages; AAT 8614634

Information networks: Investigating the information behaviour of Mongolia’s urban residents
By Johnson, Catherine Anne, Ph.D., University of Toronto (Canada), 2003, 342 pages; AAT NQ84727

Inner Asian warriors and khans: A regional spatial analysis of nomadic political organization and interaction
By Honeychurch, William H., Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2004, 314 pages; AAT 3121944

Inside ownership, internal influence, and enterprise behavior: Evidence from the Mongolian large privatization
By Korsun, Georges Gabay, Ph.D., University of Maryland College Park, 1995, 214 pages; AAT 9607783

Integrated spatiotemporal characterization of dust sources and outbreaks in Central and East Asia
By Darmenova, Kremena T., Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006, 144 pages; AAT 3212212

Internet content and use by civil society and government institutions in Mongolia: The situation in 2005
By Undrahbuyan, Baasanjav, Ph.D., Ohio University, 2006, 238 pages; AAT 3240005

Landscapes, livestock, and livelihoods: Social, ecological, and land-use change among the nomadic pastoralists of Mongolia
By Fernandez-Gimenez, Maria Edith, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1997, 486 pages; AAT 9828684

Land use classification for control desertification in Maowusu Sandland, Inner Mongolia, China
By Ci, Long-jun, Ph.D., Cornell University, 1992, 364 pages; AAT 9211265

Mantle peridotites: Petrological and experimental investigations
By Canil, Dante Louis, Ph.D., University of Alberta (Canada), 1989; AAT NL55442

Master traveler and forgotten survivor : The life and works of Boris Matveevich lapin (USSR)
By Ruder, Cynthia Ann, Ph.D., Cornell University, 1987, 235 pages; AAT 8724139

Migrant and ethnic integration in rural Chifeng, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China
By Ma, Rong, Ph.D., Brown University, 1987, 573 pages; AAT 8715531

Molecular approaches for conservation of endangered giant argali sheep (Ovis ammon) and dwarf blue sheep (Pseudois nayaur schaeferi) in Asia
By Feng, Jiu, Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo, 2001, 97 pages; AAT 9997943

Mongolia’s dual transition to democracy and market capitalism
By Ganhuu, Batbold, M.A., Boston College, 2004, 93 pages; AAT 1419019

Moving the world through two strings: The horse-head fiddle and the cosmopolitan reimagination of tradition in Mongolia
By Marsh, Peter Kimball, Ph.D., Indiana University, 2002, 293 pages; AAT 3054411

Nationalism and identity in Mongolia
by Uradyn Erden Bulag, Ph.D., University of Cambridge, 211 pages, 1993; WWU call # DS19 .B854 1993a

Neoproterozoic-Paleozoic supercontinental tectonics and true polar wander. II. Temporal and spatial distributions of Proterozoic glaciations
By Evans, David Aspinwall, Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1998, 326 pages; AAT 9842299

Nestorian remains of Inner Mongolia : discovery, reconstruction and appropriation
By Halbertsma, Tjalling Hidde Friso, Ph.D., Sinological Institute, Faculty of Arts, Leiden University, 2007; Open access link

Occurrence and risk factors of asthma, allergic rhinoconjunctivitis and allergic sensitisation in rural and urban Mongolia
By Viinanen, Arja Hannele, Ph.D., Turun Yliopisto (Finland), 2004, 167 pages; AAT C818833

One homeland or two? Territorialization of identity and the migration decision of the Mongolian-Kazakh diaspora
By Diener, Alexander C., Ph.D., The University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2003, 470 pages; AAT 3113748

One school/two systems: An ethnographic case study of a Mongol high school in China
By Wang, Bing, Ph.D., University of Calgary (Canada), 1999, 261 pages; AAT NQ47919

Paleozoic sedimentation, volcanism and tectonics of southern Mongolia
By Lamb, Melissa Anne, Ph.D., Stanford University, 1998, 207 pages; AAT 9908800

Phylogenetic and historical biogeographical relationships of the genera in the family agamidae (reptilia: Lagertilia)
By Moody, Scott Michael, Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1980, 390 pages; AAT 8017324

Policies and administration of minority areas in Northwest China and Inner Mongolia, 1949-1959
By Schwarz, Henry Guenter, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin – Madison, 1963, 692 pages; AAT 6302910

Political democratization of communist systems: An empirical study of the developmental approach
By Wang, Qin, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1993, 150 pages; AAT 9505372

Prevalence and risk factors of hepatitis B and C infections in blood donors, Mongolia
By Tserenpuntsag, Boldtsetseg, Dr.P.H., State University of New York at Albany, 2006, 173 pages; AAT 3221106

Quaternary Deformation across the central segment of the Gobi-Altay fault system, southwestern Mongolia
By Mushkin, Amit, Ph.D., University of Washington, 2007; AAT 0818238

Religion in 20th century Mongolia: Social changes and popular practices
By Narantuya, Danzan, Ph.D., University of Essex (United Kingdom), 2005; AAT C820812

Religious Situation in Mongolia: the end of the 1980s – the 1990s (Религиозная ситуация в Монголии: конец 1980-х – 1990-е гг.)
By Rustam Sabirov, PhD, Moscow State University, 2004, 207 pages, Russian State Library ОД, 61:04-7/678

Revolutionary Mongolia chooses a faith: Lamaism or Leninism
By Moses, Larry Willam, Ph.D., Indiana University, 1972, 212 pages; AAT 7230435

Revolutionary nationalist mobilization in Inner Mongolia, 1925-1929
By Atwood, Christopher Pratt, Ph.D., 1994, 878 pages; AAT 9500350

Rhythm and intonation in Halh Mongolian
By Karlsson, Anastasia Mukhanova, Ph.D., Lunds Universitet (Sweden), 2005, 184 pages; AAT C823988

Russian and Soviet policy in Manchuria and Outer Mongolia, 1911-1931
By Tang, Peter Sheng-Hao, Ph.D., Columbia University, 1952, 593 pages; AAT 0010814

Sacred waters of the Mongols: Protecting natural and cultural diversity in the Lake Baikal region
By Brummond, Janice K., Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2004, 299 pages; AAT 3150167

Sayyid ‘Ajall Shams al-Din: A Muslim from central Asia, serving the Mongols in China, and bringing ‘civilization’ to Yunnan
By Armijo-Hussein, Jacqueline Misty, Ph.D., Harvard University, 1997, 299 pages; AAT 9733226

Sedimentary record of late Mesozoic extension, southeast Mongolia: Implications for the petroleum potential and tectonic evolution of the China-Mongolia border region
By Johnson, Cari Lynne, Ph.D., Stanford University, 2002, 359 pages; AAT 3040026

Semi-presidentialism in comparative perspective: Its effects on democratic survival
By Moestrup, Anna Sophia Nyholm, Ph.D., The George Washington University, 2004, 262 pages; AAT 3112540

Shear-wave attenuation and velocity studies in southeastern Asia
By Jemberie, Alemayehu Lakew, Ph.D., Saint Louis University, 2002, 218 pages; AAT 3051807

Slip history of the Altyn Tagh fault and its implications for tectonics of Asia
By Yue, Yongjun, Ph.D., Stanford University, 2003, 286 pages; AAT 3085247

Spatial and genetic patterns of crane flies (Diptera: Tipuloidea) from Lake Hovsgol region, Mongolia
By Boldgiv, Bazartseren, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 2006, 178 pages; AAT 3246143

Split identities: Making minzu/ethnic subjects in Inner Mongolia, PRC
By Han, Almaz Xuefeng, Ph.D., University of Washington, 1999; AAT 0800005

Strategic construction: an analysis of China’s policy towards four frontier regions
By Fontana, Mary Anne, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1998, 403 pages; AAT 9829900

Studies on biomass, productivity and nanoclimate of desert pavement cyanobacteria
By Allen, Mary Elizabeth, Ph.D., The Florida State University, 1997, 94 pages; AAT 9802186

Studies on Mongolian verb morphology
By Ujiyediin, Chuluu, Ph.D., University of Toronto (Canada), 1998, 274 pages; AAT NQ35350

Subjective landscapes and resource management on the Chinese grassland of Inner Mongolia
By Williams, Dee Mack, Ph.D., Columbia University, 1996, 292 pages, AAT 9611173

Subsistence, environmental fluctuation and social change: A case study in south central Inner Mongolia
By Indrisano, Gregory G., Ph.D., University of Pittsburg, 2006, 239 pages; AAT 3232858

Sustainable energy for the rural developing world: The potential for renewable energy to assist developing countries in pursuing sustainable rural development
By Shen, Bo, Ph.D., University of Delaware, 1998, 269 pages; AAT 9906873

Temporal and spatial scales of soil moisture variations
By Entin, Jared Keith, Ph.D., University of Maryland College Park, 1998, 156 pages; AAT 9925798

The adoption of pastoralism in northeast Asia, monumental transformation in the Egiin Gol Valley, Mongolia
By Wright, Joshua Saint Clair, Ph.D., Harvard University, 2006, 382 pages; AAT 3217935

The Ch’ing administration of Mongolia up to the nineteenth century
By Farquhar, David Miller, Ph.D., Harvard University, 1960; AAT 0226563

The evolutionary psychology of ethnicity
By Gil-White, Francisco Jose, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 2002, 270 pages; AAT 3040233

The Franciscan mission: Principles and practices in the thirteenth century (evangelism, Christian life )
By Lee, Yong Won, D.Mis., Fuller Theological Seminary, School of World Mission, 1985, 254 pages; AAT 8603590

The inner “Kalacakratantra”: A Buddhist tantric view of the individual
By Wallace, Vesna Acimovic, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1995, 572 pages; AAT 9602785

The mechanics of conquest and governance: The rise and expansion of the Mongol Empire, 1185—1265
By May, Timothy, Ph.D., The University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2004, 432 pages; AAT 3127960

The Mongolian independence movement of 1911: A Pan-Mongolian endeavor
By Lan, Mei-hua, Ph.D., Harvard University, 1996, 276 pages; AAT 9631534

The Ordos Desert of Inner Mongolia
By Cressey, George Babcock, Ph.D., Clark University, 1931, AAT 0109349

The ornithischian dinosaur psittacosaurus from the lower cretaceous of Asia and the relationships of the ceratopsia
By Sereno, Paul Callistus, Ph.D., Columbia University, 1987, 572 pages; AAT 8710225

The partition of the steppe; the struggle of the Russians, Manchus, and the Zunghar Mongols for empire in Central Asia, 1619-1758: A study in power politics. (Volumes I and II)
By Bergholz, Fred Walter, Ph.D., New York University, 1990, 799 pages; AAT 9102579

The political relationship between the United States and Outer Mongolia, 1915-1927: The Kalgan Consular records
By Campi, Alicia Jean, Ph.D., Indiana University, 1988, 432 pages; AAT 8824155

The socio-politcal and economic aspects of the monastery in Inner Mongolia
By Miller, Robert James, Ph.D., University of Washington, 1955, 368 pages; AAT 0014256

The Soviet Union’s secret diplomacy in China, 1919-1925
By Elleman, Bruce Allen, Ph.D., Columbia University, 1993, 552 pages; AAT 9412749

Three essays on economies in transition
By Tenev, Stoyan Valtchev, Ph.D., University of Maryland College Park, 1998, 168 pages; AAT 9921641

Transformation and persistence in the Ikh Bayar Naadam ceremony of Mongolia
By Petrie, Katerine, Ph.D., 2006, 426 pages; AAT 3238506

Two essays on institutions and economic development: The returns to value stocks during Mongolia’s voucher privatization, and the patterns of the distribution sector during economic development
By Anderson, James Horton, Ph.D., University of Maryland College Park, 1999, 124 pages; AAT 9926722

University-industry relationships in Mongolia: An investigation of major stakeholders’ perceptions
By Bat-Erdene, Regsuren, Ed.D., University of Pittsburgh, 2004, 228 pages; AAT 3139652

Vegetation dynamics in relation to livestock grazing in a semi-arid steppe in Inner Mongolia
By Zhang, Wei, Fil.Dr., Uppsala Universitet (Sweden), 1995, 28 pages; AAT C476332

“We come to rebuild ourselves”: Tourists, tourist spaces and reconceptualizing transformative learning theory
By Mayor, Leah Elizabeth, Ph.D., Cornell University, 2006, 205 pages: AAT 3227300

Whom can I count on today? Contextualizing the balance of family and government old age support for rural pensioners in Mongolia
By Briller, Sherylyn Hope, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, 2000, 308 pages; AAT 9981822

Masters Theses

A comparative study of Mongolian political terminology
by David Barrington Thomson Aikman, M.A., University of Washington, 101 leaves, 1968; WWU call # JQ1730.A127 A37 1968

A description of the socio-cultural context of sexual health in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia for a school-based peer education program
By Roberts, Amanda Bridget, M.Sc., University of Alberta (Canada), 2001, 122 pages; AAT MQ69583

A model for designing a new telecommunication system in Mongolia
By Baatarjav, Enkhbat, M.S., University of North Texas, 2000, 88 pages; AAT 1408051

An evaluation of World Vision Mongolia’s winter disaster Rehabilitation and Food Security project
By Stavnitzky, Elaine, M.Sc., University of Guelph (Canada), 2002, 127 pages; AAT MQ71827

Arsenic speciation in natural water
By Watt, Corinna Ann, M.Sc., University of Alberta (Canada), 2003, 118 pages; AAT MQ82362

Chinese policy toward Tibet and Mongolia
By Maghame, Bahram, M.A., California State University, Fullerton, 1973, 137 pages; AAT 1304261

Computed tomographic (CT) examination of the craniomandibular morphology of Kryptobaatar dashzevegi (Mammalia, Multituberculata)
By Kik, Peter Kelsey, M.S., University of Louisville, 2002, 94 pages; AAT 1412936

Dental and cranial nonmetric study of the Jiangzhai Neolithic population and its genetic affinity with other East Asians
By Fu, Yong, M.A., University of Alberta (Canada), 1994, 111 pages; AAT MM94914

Ein Personalfuhrungskonzept fur die mongolische Staatsverwaltung
By Batsuch, Schairai, Dr., Deutsche Hochschule fuer Verwaltungswissenschaften Speyer (Germany), 2000, 300 pages; AAT CA51417

Evaluation of a sexual health peer education program for secondary school students in Mongolia
By Cartagena, Rosario Guadalupe, M.Sc., University of Alberta (Canada), 2005, 133 pages; AAT MR09135

Gender and Water Resources Management in Mongolia
By Roberta Hawkins, Masters in Environmental Studies, York University (Canada), 2007, 121 pages; Thesis(.pdf)

Imperialist interpretive repertoires: Cultural investments and self-preservation
By Yuen, Chin Kong, M.A., University of Victoria (Canada), 1996, 94 pages; AAT MQ21922

International status of Mongolia (China)
By Chai, Huan, M.A., The University of Chicago, 1926, 88 pages; AAT TM09852

Maternal mortality in Mongolia: Cultural and institutional factors
By Cariceo, Carmen Mercedes, M.S.W., York University (Canada), 1994, 161 pages; AAT MM90480

Methodische und regionale Beitraege zur Auswertung von Umweltisotopendaten in der Hydrogeologie
By Richter, Jens Dirk, Dr.natw., Karl-Franzens-Universitaet Graz (Austria), 1995, 148 pages; AAT C425094

Mongolia between Russia and China, 1953-1965
By Schneider, Harvey, M.A., McGill University (Canada), 1969; AAT MK04551

Mongolian Teachers’ and Stakeholders’ Perceptions of Disability in the Classroom
By Riordan, Anne, M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2008, 108 pages; Thesis(.pdf)

Phychometrically Equivalent Monosyllabic Words for Word Recognition Testing in Mongolian 
by Valarie N. Haslam, M.S., Brigham Young University, 2009; Link in the Mountain West Digital Library

Polsko-mongolska polka : bibliografia prac polaków oraz prac wydanych w polsce 
by David Warren Bade, M.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 495 leaves, 1992; WWU call # Z3121 .B324 1992

Reforming emergency health delivery in Mongolia: A proposal with lessons from Nova Scotia
By Batsuren, Eenjin, M.D.E., Dalhousie University (Canada), 2002, 65 pages; AAT MQ75440

Rodenticide use and secondary risks to non-target wildlife in central Mongolia
By Winters, Ann M., M.S., Michigan State University, 2006, 84 pages; AAT 1438178

Searching for antidotes to globalization: Local institutions at Mongolia’s sacred Bogd Khan Mountain
By Sadoway, David Tyler, M.R.M., Simon Fraser University (Canada), 2002, 233 pages; AAT MQ81948

Social Spheres in the Bronze Age: A GIS Methodological Approach in Baga Gazaryn Chuluu, Mongolia
By Kevin Bryce Lowry, M.A., The University of Chicago, 2008, 76 pages; Thesis(.pdf)

Soviet dominance in the Mongolian People’s Republic: A cultural perspective
By Brewer, Reagan Alan, M.S., The University of Texas at Dallas, 1975, 83 pages; AAT EP12803

The beautiful grasslands – Folksong, Imagination and Identity in Urban Inner Mongolia
By Anne Henochowicz, M.Phil., University of Cambridge, 2007, 86 pages; Articles ; Thesis(.pdf)

The Mongol yurt
by James A. Hirabayashi, M.A., University of Washington, 63 leaves, 1952; WWU call # GT350.M6 H57 1952a

The policy of the Chinese government towards the Mongols (China, Mongolia)
By Brown, Bernice, M.A., The University of Chicago, 1938, 64 pages; AAT TM09853

The political implications of regional cooperation in Northeast Asia: Russia’s changing role in the region, and the potentials of the Tumen River Project
By Kolpakova, Vera V., M.A., The University of Arizona, 1993, 52 pages; AAT 1353136

The representation of Mongolia in contemporary travel writing: Imaginative geographies of a traveller’s frontier
By Tavares, David J. S., M.A., University of Ottawa (Canada), 2004, 134 pages; AAT MR01616

Honors and Other Theses

Steppe desertification due to over-cultivation of Wulan Qerb League, Inner Mongolia, and its control
By Zhang, Minli, xx, Academia Sinica (PRC), 1989, 82 pages; AAT C359427

A translation of “A Sketch of Mongolian grammar”
By Joan Orielle Bessac, Honors Thesis, Western Washington University, 70 leaves, 1985; WWU call # LD5778.8 .B48

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