Dilemmas of Feminist Practice in Transnational Spaces: Solidarity, Personal Growth, and Potential Solutions. Co-authored: Rajan, H., Thornhill, K. Gender, Place and Culture. 26 (10).
The Ethics of Transnational Feminist Research and Activism: An Argument for a More Comprehensive View. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.
When Wife-Beating is Not Necessarily Abuse: A Feminist and Cross-Cultural Analysis of the Concept of Abuse as Expressed by Tibetan Survivors of Domestic Violence. Violence Against Women.
Health Worker Attitudes to Intimate Partner Violence on the Tibetan Plateau: A Qualitative Assessment of Cultural and Material Factors Behind Non-Interventionist Attitudes. Co-authored: Rajan, H., Kiss, L., Devries, K., and Zimmerman, C. Global Journal of Health Education and Promotion. 17 (2).
The Discourse of Tibetan Women’s Empowerment Activists. Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines. No. 33.
The Impact of Household Form and Marital Residence on the Economic Dimensions of Women’s Vulnerability to Domestic Violence. The Case of Tibetan Communities. Genus: Journal of Population Sciences. 70 (2-3).