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2019
1 Ciren, Baizhen; Fjeld, Heidi E.
Pragmatics of everyday life: A qualitative study of induced abortion among Tibetan women in Lhasa. Health Care for Women International 2019
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2017
2 Fjeld, Heidi E; Lindskog, Benedikte V.
Connectedness through separation: Human-nonhuman relations in Tibet and Mongolia. I: Human Nature and Social Life: Perspectives on Extended Sociality. Cambridge University Press 2017 ISBN 978-1-107-17920-2. p. 68-82
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3 Nianggajia, XXX; Fjeld, Heidi E.
In search of trust and efficacy: Tibetan Medicine in Rebgong, Qinghai, China. Medicine Anthropology Theory 2017 ;Volume 5. p. 46-72
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2015
4 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Gender models and gender practices: Representation of women in the early 20th century Tibetan medical history. Gender in Tibetan Buddhist Societies 17th - 20th centuries; 2015-06-04 - 2015-06-05
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5 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Performing the dirty work: the organisation of labour among menrig in Lhasa and rural Tsang. History and Organisation of Labour in Tibetan Societies (mid-17th to mid-20th centuries); 2015-11-09 - 2015-12-11
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6 Fjeld, Heidi E.
The Rise of the Polyandrous House: Reforms and Relatedness in a Central Tibetan Village. MIASU seminar; 2015-05-26 - 2015-05-26
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7 Fjeld, Heidi E; Lindskog, Benedikte V.
Ontological separation in the state of continuity: Exploring Tibetan and Mongolian domestic space. I: From Bhakti to Bon. Festschrift for Per Kværne.. Oslo: The Institute for Comparative Research in Human Culture 2015 ISBN 978-82-7099-817-3. p. 209-224
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8 Lindskog, Benedikte V; Fjeld, Heidi E.
Ontological separation in a state of continuity: Exploring Tibetan and Mongolian domestic space. I: From Bhakti to Bon. Festschrift for Per Kværne.. Oslo: The Institute for Comparative Research in Human Culture 2015 ISBN 978-82-7099-817-3. p. 209-225
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2014
9 Chimphamba, Belinda; Fjeld, Heidi E.
In search of a face: Childbearing decisions among couples living with HIV from rural southern Malawi. African Journal of AIDS Research 2014 ;Volume 13.(1) p. 21-29
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10 Sagli, Gry; Wang, Wei; Ingstad, Benedicte; Fjeld, Heidi E; Zhang, JInming.
西方学者眼中的中国新农合 (The New Rural Health Insurance in China from the Perspective of Western Scholars). 中国残疾人 (Zhongguo canjiren) Disability in China 2014 (3) p. 64-66
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2013
11 Gombachika, B. Chimphamba; Chirwa, Ellen; Malata, Address; Sundby, Johanne; Fjeld, Heidi E.
Reproductive decisions of couples living with HIV in Malawi: What can we learn for future policy and research studies?. Malawi Medical Journal 2013 ;Volume 25.(3) p. 65-71
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12 Lindskog, Benedikte V; Fjeld, Heidi E.
The principle of separation: Socio-ritual houses in Tibet and Mongolia. Instituttseminar; 2013-10-31 - 2013-10-31
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13 Sagli, Gry; Wang, Wei; Ingstad, Benedicte; Fjeld, Heidi E; Zhang, Jingming.
西方学者眼中的中国贫困与残疾人家庭 -记中國农村新医疗保险之实现 (The relation between Poverty and Disabled Households in China from the Viewpoint of Western Scholars – Notes on the Implementation of the New Medical Insurance in Rural China). 有人 (You Ren Magazine) 2013 ;Volume 1.(4) p. 48-50
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2012
14 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Commercialization of reproduction: The case of transnational surrogacy. Families in changing Europe; 2012-09-26 - 2012-09-29
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15 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Polyandry in contemporary Tibet: The inherent flexibility of marriage in shifting socio-political contexts. American Anthropological Association Meeting; 2012-11-14 - 2012-12-17
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16 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Poor or Disabled? Negotiating status in rural Qinghai,China. Disability and Development; 2012-10-11 - 2012-10-12
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17 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Sustaining life for others: Surrogate mothers in India. Livelihoods in transition and the quest for human well-being; 2012-12-06 - 2012-12-07
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18 Gombachika, Belinda; Chirwa, Ellen; Sundby, Johanne; Malata, Address; Maluwa, Alfred; Fjeld, Heidi E.
Marriage Partner Selection by Heterosexual Couples Living with HIV from Rural Southern Malawi. Journal of AIDS and Clinical Research 2012 Suppl. 1
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19 Gombachika, Belinda; Fjeld, Heidi E; Chirwa, Ellen; Sundby, Johanne; Malata, Address; Maluwa, Alfred.
A Social Ecological Approach to Exploring Barriers to Accessing Sexual and Reproductive Health Services among Couples Living with HIV in Southern Malawi. ISRN Public Health 2012 p. -
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20 Sagli, Gry; Zhang, JInming; Ingstad, Benedicte; Fjeld, Heidi E.
Poverty and disabled households in the People’s Republic of China: experiences with a new rural health insurance scheme. Disability & Society 2012 ;Volume 28.(2) p. 218-231
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2011
21 Fjeld, Heidi E.
From nationality to ethnicity: changing minzu policies in People’s Republic of China. Annual Meeting; 2011-11-16 - 2011-11-20
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22 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Gifts and returns: Adoption and inter-house relations in Central Tibet. Annual meeting; 2011-11-16 - 2011-11-20
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23 Fjeld, Heidi E; Hofer, Theresia.
Women and Gender in Tibetan medicine. Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity 2011 ;Volume 6.(2) p. 175-216
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24 Fjeld, Heidi E; Hofer, Theresia.
Women, gender and Tibetan medicine. Medical Anthropology Seminars; 2011-05-24 - 2011-05-24
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25 Fjeld, Heidi E; Sagli, Gry.
Disability, poverty and health care: Changes in the canji (‘disability’) policies in the history of the People’s Republic of China. I: Disability and poverty. A global challenge. Policy Press 2011 ISBN 978-1-84742-885-1. p. 31-54
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26 Fjeld, Heidi E; Sagli, Gry.
Poverty, disability and access to health care: a qualitative study from rural China. Health System Reforms in Asia; 2011-12-09 - 2011-12-12
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2010
27 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Aspects of the body: disability and cultural differences. Health, Welfare, Disability and Rehabilitation; 2010-06-10 - 2010-06-11
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28 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Kina. Folket. Historien. Politikken. Kulturen. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift 2010 (02-03) p. -
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29 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Polyandry and the House: creations of relatedness in post-1980 rural Tsang. IATS conference; 2010-08-16 - 2010-08-20
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30 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Åpne og lukkede relasjoner sosialitet på tvers av urenhetsforestillinger på landsbygda i Tibet. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift 2010 ;Volume 21.(1) p. 4-18
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2009
31 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Fra vitenskap til New Age? Religiøse endringsprosesser innen tibetansk medisin. Norsk antropologisk forenings årskonferanse; 2009-05-08 - 2010-05-10
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32 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Struggling to conceive: dealing with infertility in Lhasa. Asian medicines: Cultivating traditions and challenges of globalisation; 2009-09-07 - 2009-09-11
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2008
33 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Pollution and Social Networks in Contemporary Rural Tibet. I: Tibetan Modernities. Brill Academic Publishers 2008 ISBN 978-90-04-15522-0. p. 113-138
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34 Fjeld, Heidi E.
When Brothers Separate: Conflict and Mediation within Polyandrous Houses in Central Tibet. I: Conflict and Social Order in Tibet and Inner Asia. Brill Academic Publishers 2008 ISBN 978-90-04-15817-7. p. 241-262
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2007
35 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Flermanneri blomstrer på landsbygda i Tibet. NTB, Aftenposten Aften, Nrk nett [Newspaper] 2007-10-17
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36 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Fra hushold til hus. Om betydnignen av jord for analysen av polyandri i Tibet. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift 2007 ;Volume 18.(3-4) p. 266-279
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37 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Fra hushold til Hus: om betydningen av jord for analysen av polyandri i Tibet. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift 2007 (3-4) p. 266-277
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38 Fjeld, Heidi E.
The Rise of the Polyandous House: Marriage, Kinship and Social Mobility in Rural Tsang, Tibet. Unipub forlag 2007 378 p.
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2005
39 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Commoners and Nobles. Hereditary Divisions in Tibet. NIAS Press 2005 (ISBN 87-91114-17-9) 170 p.
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40 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Domestic conflicts and Social order: Dealing with divorce in post-Mao rural Tibet. Conflict, Religion and Social order in Inner Asia and Tibet; 2005-11-18 - 2005-11-19
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2004
41 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Ekteskapsmønstre og Konfliktlinjer: Ko-partneskap i polyandriske ekteskap i rurale Tibet. Norsk Antropologisk Forenings Årskonferanse 2004; 2004-05-07 - 2004-05-09
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42 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Fra hushold til Hus: om betydningen av jord i analysen av polyandri i Tibet. Instituttseminaret Sosialantropologisk institutt; 2004-04-14 - 2004-04-14
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43 Sommerfelt, Tone; Fjeld, Heidi E.
Former for sosial forankring (arbeidsgruppe). Norsk Antropologisk Forenings Årskonferanse; 2004-05-07 - 2004-05-09
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2003
44 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Changing perceptions of hereditary rank - rigs btsog pa in rural Tsang. The International Association for Tibetan Studies The Tenth Seminar; 2003-09-06 - 2003-09-12
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45 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Modernisation and the revitalisation of tradition in rural Tibet. Seminar om 'Modernisation in Tibet'; 2003-06-03 - 2003-06-03
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46 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Polyandri i Tibet. Nrk P2, Verdt og vite [Radio] 2003-12-12
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2002
47 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Antropologi og språk. Norsk Antropologisk Forenings Årskonferanse 2002; 2002-05-08 - 2002-05-10
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48 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Knowledge, Body and Value A study of hereditary social division in rural Central -Tibet. French-Norwegian seminar on Tibetology; 2002-06-20 - 2002-06-21
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2001
49 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Kunnskap, Kropp og Personkonstruksjon i Tibet. Norsk Antropologisk Forenings Årskonferanse; 2001-05-11 - 2001-05-13
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50 Fjeld, Heidi E.
Utvikling eller utnytting? Åpningen av Kinas vestre regioner. Verdens tak : organ for den Norske Tibetkomitë 2001 ;Volume 12.(2) p. -
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