Chapter 1. Introduction
Part I: The Making and Remaking of Mongolia
Part II: Masters of the Steppe: Peoples of Mongolia (First published in Fitzhugh, Rossabi & Honeychurch (eds.) 2009. Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire, Washington: Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center).
Part III: The Ending of the Old Order
Part IV: Making Mongolia Modern
Chapter 2. Mapping and the Headless State: Rethinking national populist concepts of Mongolia (first published in Sabloff, P. (ed.) 2011. Mapping Mongolia: Situating Mongolia in the World from Geologic Time to the Present, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press).
Chapter 3. The Rural and the Urban in Pastoral Mongolia (first published in in Bruun, O. and Narangoa, L., (eds.) 2005. Mongolians from Country to City: Floating Boundaries, Pastoralism and City Life in the Mongol Lands, Copenhagen: NIAS Press).
Chapter 4. Proprietary Regimes and Sociotechnical Systems: Rights over Land in Mongolia's 'age of the market' (first published in Verdery, K., and Humphrey C., (eds.) 2004. Property in Question: Value Transformation in the Global Economy, Oxford: Berg).
Chapter 5 Political Mobilization and the Construction of Collective Identity in Mongolia (first published in Central Asia Survey 29(3), 2010).
Chapter 6 The Age of the Market and the Regime of Debt: The role of credit in the transformation of pastoral Mongolia (first published in Social Anthropology/ Anthropologie Sociale 20(4), 2012).
Chapter 7 Reading the Signs by Lenin's Light: Development, divination and metonymic fields in Mongolia (first published in Ethnos 74(1), 2009).
Chapter 8 Ritual Idioms and Spatial Orders: Comparing the rites for Mongolian and Tibetan 'local deities' (first published in in Bulag, U., and Diemberger, H., (eds.) 2007. The Mongol-Tibet Interface: Opening new research terrains in Inner Asia, Leiden: Brill).
Chapter 9 Nationalizing Civilizational Resources: Sacred mountains and cosmopolitical ritual in Mongolia (first published in Asian Ethnicity 15(4), 2014).
Chapter 10 Mongolian Capitalism.