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van der Valk JMA, Gerke B.  Submitted.  9th ICTAM, Kiel, Germany, August 6-12, 2017, Panel: Materiality, Efficacy, and the Politics of Potent Substances.
Gerke B.  Submitted.  Biographies and Knowledge Transmission of Mercury Processing in Twentieth Century Tibet. Asiatische Studien - Études Asiatiques. 69(4):867-899.
Gerke B.  Submitted.  The Buddhist-Medical Interface in Tibet: Black Pill Traditions in Transformation. Gerke, Barbara. "The Buddhist-Medical Interface in Tibet: Black Pill Traditions in Transformation." Religions no. 10 (4): 282.
Gerke B, Wujastyk D.  Submitted.  Conference August 1-3, 2017: Medicine and Yoga in South and Inner Asia.
Blaikie C, Craig S, Gerke B, Hofer T.  Submitted.  Coproducing Efficacious Medicines. Current Anthropology. 56(2):000-000.
Gerke B.  Submitted.  Editorial of the Special Issue: Mercury in Ayurveda and Tibetan Medicine 2013 vol. 8.1, Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers.
Gerke B.  Submitted.  IASTAM (International Association for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicine) Conference: Beyond Integration: Reflections on Asian Medicines in the 21st Century. :3.
Yoeli-Tlalim R, van der Valk JMA, Gerke B.  Submitted.  IATS 2019 Paris: INVITATION FOR PAPER SUBMISSIONS to the PANEL: Tibetan Materialities: Exploring Materials, Techniques, and Knowledge Transmission across Disciplines.
Wujastyk D, Kloos S, Gerke B, Sabernig K.  Submitted.  KEYNOTES: Chair: Dagmar Wujastyk, 9.30 Projit Bihari Mukharji, University of Pennsylvania. :2.
Craig SR, Gerke B.  Submitted.  Naming and forgetting: Sowa Rigpa and the territory of Asian medical systems. Medicine Anthropology Theory | An open-access journal in the anthropology of health, illness, and medicine. 3(2):87.
Gerke B.  Submitted.  Review of Frances Garrett, 'Religion, Medicine and the Human Embryo in Tibet.' London/New York, Routledge 2008.
Gerke B.  Submitted.  Review of “The Patient Multiple: An Ethnography of Healthcare and Decision Making in Bhutan.” by Jonathan Taee, 2017..
Gerke B.  Submitted.  Tibetan Precious Pills as Therapeutics and Rejuvenating Longevity Tonics. History of Science in South Asia. 5(2):204-233.
Mao J, Cook SBradley, Gerke B.  Submitted.  The traditional music of Tibet. Collected Work: The Garland encyclopedia of world music. VII: East Asia. Published by: New York, NY: General Music Publishing Co., 2002. Pages: 471-484. (AN: 2002-04149)..
2019
Gerke B.  2019.  The Buddhist–Medical Interface in Tibet: Black Pill Traditions in Transformation. Religions. 10(4):282-282.
Gerke B, van der Valk J.  2019.  Introduction | Approaching Potent Substances in Medicine and Ritual across Asia. HIMALAYA, the Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies. 39(1)
Gerke B.  2019.  The Potency of Tradition: Turquoise, Coral, and Pearl in Sowa Rigpa. HIMALAYA, the Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies. 39(1)

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