Insights, glimpses, writings - The following are scientific publications. I have also written for the German-Italian street newspaper zebra. These articles are not included in the following list.

  • 2017: The ’Ba’-ra-ba bKa’-brgyud-pa: Historical and Contemporary Studies. Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde, Heft 92. Wien: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien.
  • 2021: Provider and Destroyer of Life: Legendary and Historical Buddhist Perspectives on Water and Its Socio-Cultural Significance in Sikkim, Bulletin of Tibetology 52 (1), pp. 59-74.
  • 2021: Book review: The Royal History of Sikkim: A chronicle of the house of Namgyal, by John A Ardussi, Anna Balikci Denjongpa and Per K Sørensen, European Bulletin of Himalayan Research, 57, [Online].
  • 2021: Better than any Doctor. Buddhist Perspectives on Hot Springs in Sikkim, Himalayas. Etnološka tribina, 51 (44), pp. 54-70, DOI 10.15378/1848-9540.2021.44.03.
  • 2021: Konchok Gyeltsen, Treasury of Lives [Online].
  • 2021: Barawa Gyeltsen Pelzang, Treasury of Lives [Online].
  • 2021: Risk perception of climate change and natural hazards in global mountain regions: A critical review, Stefan Schneiderbauer, Paola Fontanella Pisa, Jess L. Delves, Lydia Pedoth, Samuel Rufat, Marlene Erschbamer, Thomas Thaler, Fabio Carnelli, Sergio Granados-Chahin, Science of the Total Environment 784, DOI 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.146957.
  • 2019: The Sisters of Pho lha nas. Preliminary Remarks on Two Women and Their Links to the ‘Ba’ ra ba Bka' brgyud Tradition, in Wind Horses: Tibetan, Himalayan and Mongolian Studies, ed. by Andrea Drocco, Lucia Galli, Chiara Letizia, Giacomella Orofino and Carmen Simioli, Series Minor, LXXXVIII, Napoli, pp. 139-150.
  • 2019: Learning, Discipline, and Nobility: rJe ’Ba’ ra ba and his Spiritual Father Zur phug pa, in Unearthing Himalayan Treasures: Festschrift for Franz-Karl Ehrhard, Indica et Tibetica 59, ed. by Volker Caumanns, Marta Sernesi and Nikolai Solmsdorf, pp. 189-202.
  • 2019: Taming of supernatural entities and animal sacrifice. The synthesis of Tibetan Buddhism and local shamanistic traditions in Northern Sikkim (India), Études mongoles et sibériennes, centrasiatiques et tibétaines [Online], 50 | 2019, DOI 10.4000/emscat.3915.
  • 2018: Tibetan Troops Fighting the “Enemy of Buddhist Doctrine” (bstan dgra): The Invasions of the Gorkhas as Witnessed by Two Tibetan Masters of the Barawa (‘Ba’ ra ba) Tradition, Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie 27, Special Issue: Buddhism and the Military in Tibet during the Ganden Phodrang Period (1642-1959), ed. by Alice Travers and Federica Venturi, pp. 121-137, DOI 10.3406/asie.2018.1509.
  • 2016: Where the roads from Tibet, India, and Bhutan meet: The bKa’ brgyud dgon gsar in the Chumbi valley, Zentralasiatische Studien (ZAS) 45, pp. 451-465.
  • 2015: “Wild and Lawless Area”? Monastic Institutions in the Lachen Valley (North Sikkim, India), Bulletin of Tibetology 51 (1+2), Special Issue: Buddhist Himalaya: Perspectives on the Tibetan Cultural Area ed. by Anna Balikci-Denjongpa and Marlene Erschbamer, pp. 47-70.
  • 2014: The monastery bKa’ brgyud dgon gsar in the Chumbi valley: the ’Ba’ ra ba bKa’ brgyud pa school and its connection with Sikkim, Bulletin of Tibetology 50 (1+2), Special Issue: The Dragon and the Hidden Land: Social and Historical Studies on Sikkim and Bhutan, Series 2, ed. by Jenny Bentley, pp. 117-132.
  • 2013: The ‘Ba’ ra ba Teachings reach the hidden land of ’Bras mo ljongs : Mahāsiddha dKon mchog rgyal mtshan (1601-1687) and the Taming of Demons in Chungthang, Bulletin of Tibetology, 49 (2), pp. 25-33.
Edited Volume
  • 2015: Bulletin of Tibetology Vol. 51 (1-2). Special Issue on Buddhist Himalaya: Perspectives on the Tibetan Cultural Area, ed. by Anna Balikci-Denjongpa and Marlene Erschbamer.