Books (click individual book for more information)
- Tuttle, Gray and Kurtis R. Schaeffer, eds. The Tibetan History Reader. Columbia UP, 2013
- Shaeffer, Kurtis R, Matthew T. Kapstein, Gray Tuttle, eds. Sources of Tibetan Tradition. Columbia UP, 2013
- Tuttle, Gray ed. Mapping the Modern in Tibet, International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies GmbH. Königswinter, 2011
- Tuttle, Gray and Johan Elverskog eds. Wutai Shan and Qing Culture, Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies, Special Issue (Dec. 2011)
Edited Series of Studies in Modern Tibetan Culture
Recent Journal Articles and Book Chapters (Click to download PDF)
- "Building up the Dge lugs pa Base in A mdo: The Role of Lhasa, Beijing and Local Agency." In Zangxue xuekan (Journal of Tibetology). 7 (2012), 126-140.
- “Challenging Central Tibet’s Dominance of History: The Oceanic Book, a Nineteenth Century Politico--religious Geographic History.” The Rise of the Modern in Tibet. Gray Tuttle, ed. Proceedings of the Eleventh Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies. Königswinter, Germany 2006. Andiast, Switzerland: International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies GmbH, 2011, 135-172.
- “Tibetan Buddhism at Wutaishan in the Qing.” Wutaishan and Qing Culture. Gray Tuttle and Johan Elverskog, guest eds, Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies. 6 (2011): 163214.
- “The Failure of Ideologies in China’s Relations with Tibetans.” In Asian Nationalism Studies. Jacques Bertrand and André Laliberté, ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2010, 219-243.
- “Translating Buddhism from Tibetan to Chinese in Early 20th Century China (1931-‐1951).”In Buddhism between China and Tibet. Matthew Kapstein, ed. Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism Series. Boston: Wisdom. 2009, 241-279. Invited chapter contribution.
- “Shambhala: The Politics of Messianic Tibetan Buddhism in Modern China.” In L’image du Tibet aux XIXeme-XXeme siecles/ The Image of Tibet in the 19th and 20th centuries. Monica Esposito, ed. Paris: École française d’Extrême-Orient. 2008, 303327.
- “Using Zhu Yuanzhang’s Communications with Tibetans to Justify PRC Rule in Tibet.” Long Live the Emperor: Uses of the Ming Founder across Six Centuries of East Asian History. Sarah Schneewind, ed. NO.4 in Ming Studies Research Series. Minneapolis: Society for Ming Studies. 2008, 413-429.
- “Interview with Pema Bhum of Latse Contemporary Tibetan Cultural Library, NY.” Contemporary Tibetan Literary Studies. Steven Venturino, ed. Leiden: Brill. 2007, 147-156
- “Tibetan Buddhism at a Chinese Buddhist Sacred Mountain in Modern Times.” In Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies. 2 (2006), 211-245.
- Local History in A mdo: The Tsong kha Range (Ri rgyud)Asian Highlands Perspectives. 1:2 (December, 2010): 23-97.
- "A Tibetan Buddhist Mission to the East: The Fifth Dalai Lama's Journey to Beijing, 1652-1653." In Tibetan Society and Religion: The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Bryan Cuevas and Kurtis Schaeffer, eds. Leiden: Brill, 2006; 65-87.
- “Uniting Religion and Politics in a Bid for Autonomy: Lamas in Exile in China (1924-1937) and America (1979-‐1991).” In Buddhist Missionaries in the Era of Globalization. Linda Learman, ed. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press. 2004, 210-232; (To be reprinted in The Tibetan History Reader. Tuttle, Gray and Kurtis R. Schaeffer, eds.)
Miscellaneous Publication (see complete C.V. for more)