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- Assessing community’s capacity to manage change through resilience approach: a case from South Sikkim, India
- Building resilience to climate change - an alternative approach to reduce vulnerability of mountain communities
- Moving-with-animals through a landscape of ambiguity: Pastoralists on the margin of Indian society – following lines, crossing borders, and encountering limits
- Pastoralists, politics, and the impact of Rio 1992: a conflict over forest in the Central Indian Himalayas
- Trees: Conflicts between pastoralists, loggers and conservationists in the Himalayas
- An Ecological Analysis of Pastoral grazing in Alpine Areas of Niti Valley in Garhwal Himalaya
- Being nomads with a sense of place: pastoralists in the Central Indian Himalayas
- Building resilience to climate change – an alternative approach to reduce vulnerability of mountain communities
- Pastoralists, Power and Politics: A conflict over forest in the Central Indian Himalayas
- The future of pastoralism in central Himalaya under changing scenarios of nature 'conservation'
- Trails Towards the Unknown
- Trails into the Unknown
- A Dehra is a Place that Moves: eco-colonialism and the construction of nomads in the Indian central Himalayas
- Environmental policies, changing global discourses and local livelihoods
- Gender relations, food security, and agricultural production in the Central Himalayas of India
- Gendered agricultural production, impact of neo-liberalism, ecopolitics, and missing girls in the Indian Himalayas
- Gendered agricultural production, labour time, penetration of the market, and changing child sex ratios: A comparative study from the Indian Central Himalayas
- Inter-generational Interests, Uncertainty and Discrimination : Declining Child Sex Ratios in India
- Inter-generational Interests. Uncertaintity and Discrimination: Declining Child Sex Ratios in India
- Intergenerational Interests, Uncertainity and Discrimination : Declining Child Sex Ratios in India
- Rapidly Changing Landscapes, Policies and Local Livelihoods: Pastoralists and Peasants between Struggel for Subsistence and the Force of the Market in the Indian Central Himalayas
- Environmental Policies, changing global discourses, and local livelihoods
- Feet Following Hooves
- Intergenerational Interests, Uncertainty and Discrimination
- Scientific versus local knowledge: sustainability and power in the Central Indian Himalayas
- Victims of Conservation or Rights as Forest dwellers: The Van Gujjar Pastoralists between Contesting Codes of Law
- Family Structure and Declining Sex Ratios in Rural India
- Knud Rasmussen (1879-1933)
- Uncertainity and Discrimination: Family Structure and Declining Child Sex Ratios in Rural India
- Uncertainty and Discrimination : Family Structure and Declining Child Sex Ratios in Rural India
- Walking slowly in the Himalayas on the path of transhumance through a landscape of ambiguity
- We are Van Gujjars
Farooquee, Nehal, P. Gooch, and N. K. Maikhuri (eds.) (2011) Sustainable Pastoralism in the Himalayas. Indus Publishers, New Delhi.
Gooch, P. (2014) “Daughters of the Hills: Gendered Agricultural Production, Modernisation, and Declining Child Sex Ratios in the Indian Central Himalayas” in Fischer-Kowalski, Marina, Reenberg, Anette, Schaffartzik, Anke, and Mayer, Andreas (Eds.) Ester Boserup's Legacy on Sustainability - Orientations for Contemporary Research. Springer (Human-Environment Interactions; 4, pp 159-173.
Gooch, P. (2009) “Victims of Conservation or Rights as Forest Dwellers: The Van Gujjar pastoralists between contesting codes of law” in Conservation & Society, Vol 7, issue 3, pp 239-248.
Gooch, P. (2008) “Feet Following Hooves” in Ways of Walking: Ethnography and Practice on Foot Tim Ingold and Jo Vergunst (eds.) Ashgate.