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  1. Haima Capital of the Jiddat al Harasis (1983)
    Chatty, D. (1983) “Haima; Capital of the Jiddat al Harasis”. PDO News, no. 1.

  2. Bedouin of Central Oman (1983)
    Chatty, D. (1983) “The Bedouin of Central Oman”. Journal of Oman Studies. Vol.6 (1):149-163. Muscat.

  3. Tradition and Change among Pastoral Harasiis (1990)
    Chatty, D. (1990) “Tradition and Change among the Pastoral Harasiis in Oman”. In Anthropology and Development in North Africa and the Middle East. Salem-Murdock, M., and Horowitz, M. and Sella, M. (eds.). Boulder: Westview Press.

  4. The Bedu and Al-Badiyah in Oman (1991)
    Chatty, D. (1991) “The Bedu and al-Badiyah in Oman”. PDO News. No. 1

  5. Petroleum Exploitation and the Displacement of Harasiis Households (1994)
    Chatty, D. (1994) “Petroleum Exploitation and the Displacement of Pastoral Nomadic Households in the Sultanate of Oman”. Population Displacement and Resettlement: Development and Conflict in the Middle East. Seteney Shami, Editor. Center for Migration Studies. New York. 89-106.

  6. Local Administration and Harasiis Tribal Authority (1996)
    Chatty, D. (1996) “The Harasiis Tribe and Local Authority”. In Nomadic Peoples. Vol. 36. 137-149.

  7. Mobile Pastoralists in Oman (1996)
    Chatty, D. (1996) Mobile pastoralists: Development Planning and Social Change in Oman [conclusion]. New York: Columbia University Press.

  8. The Burqa Face Cover (1997)
    Chatty, D. (1997) “The Burqa Face Cover: An aspect of dress in Southeastern Arabia”. In Language of Dress in the Middle East. B. Ingham and N. Lindisfarne, Editors. London: Curzon Press. 127-148.

  9. Enclosures and Exclusions: Conserving Wildlife in Pastoral Areas (1998)
    Chatty, D. (1998) “Enclosures and exclusions: conserving wildlife in pastoral areas of the Middle East”. In Anthropology Today, Vol. 14, 4:2-7.

  10. Women Working in Oman (2000)
    Chatty, D. (2000) “Women Working in Oman: Individual Choice and Cultural Constraints”. In International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. Vol. 32, 2:241-254.

  11. Bedouin Economics and the Modern Wage Market (2000)
    Chatty, D. (2000) “Bedouin Economics and the Modern Wage Market: the case of the Harasiis of Oman. In Nomadic Peoples. Vol. 4 (2):68-83.

  12. Pastoral Tribes in the Middle East and Wildlife Conservation (2001)
    Chatty, D. (2001) “Pastoral Tribes in the Middle East and Wildlife Conservation Schemes: the Endangered Species?”. In Nomadic Peoples, Vol.5 (2):104-124.

  13. L’activite feminine en oman (2003)
    Chatty, D. (2003) “L’activité féminine en Oman: choix individuel et contraintes culturelles”. In L’Oman Contemporain: État, territoire, identite, Marc Lavergne, Editor. Paris: Editions Karthala 261-278.

  14. Harasiis Marriage, Divorce and Companionship (2002)
    Chatty, D. (2002) “Harasiis Marriage, Divorce and Companionship”. In Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East, D. Bowen and E. Early, Editors, revised edition. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. 121-128.

  15. Mobile Peoples and Biodiversity Conservation (2004)
    Chatty, D. (2004) “ Mobile Indigenous Peoples and Biodiversity”. Editorial. Anthropology News April 2004 p 26.

  16. Adapting to Biodiversity Conservation in Oman (2006)
    Chatty, D. (2006) “Adapting to Biodiversity Conservation: The Mobile Pastoral
    Harasiis”. In Modern Oman: Studies in Politics, Economy and Environment. Andrzej Kapiszewski, Abdulrahman Al-Salmi and Andrzej Pikulski (Eds). Wydawca: Kscagarnia Akademicka.133-158.

  17. Boarding Schools for Mobile People (2006)
    Chatty, D. (2006) “Boarding schools for mobile people: The Harasiis in the Sultanate of Oman”. In The education of nomadic peoples: issues, provision and prospects, Caroline Dyer, Editor. Oxford and New York: Berghahn Press. 213-231.

  18. Multinational Oil Exploitation (2006)
    Chatty, D .(2006) “Multinational Oil Exploitation and Social Investment: Mobile Pastoralists in the Sultanate of Oman. In Nomads of the Middle East and North Africa: Facing the 21st Century, Handbook of Oriental Studies Volume 81, Dawn Chatty, Editor. Leiden: Brill. 496-522.

  19. Rituals of Royalty: View from the Edge (2009)
    Chatty, D. (2009) “Rituals of Royalty and the Elaboration of Ceremony in Oman: View From the Edge. In International Journal of Middle East Studies. Volume 41, 39-58.

  20. Negotiating Authenticity and Translocality in Oman (2013)
    “Negotiating Authenticity and Translocality in Oman: The ‘Desertscapes” of the Harasiis Tribe.“ In Regionalizing Man: Political, Economic and Social Dynamics, S. Wippel ( ed.). United Nations University Series on Regionalism. Dordrecht: Springer Science+Business Media. Pp 129-145.

  21. Rejecting Authenticity in the Desert Landscapes of Oman (2013)
    “Rejecting Authenticity in the Desert Landscapes of the Modern Middle East: Development Processes in the Jiddat il-Harasiis, Oman” In Anthropology of the Middle East and North Africa: Into the New Millennium, , S, Hafez and S. Slymovics ( eds.). Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Pp 145- 164.
  22. Heritage Policies, Tourism and Pastoral Care in the Sultanate of Oman (2016) Chatty, D. (2016) "Heritage Policies, Tourism and Pastoral Care in the Sultanate of Oman" in Nomadic Peoples. Volume 20, 200-215