2019 ‘Utopia regained: nature and the taste of terroir’ in Wine, terroir and utopia, Peter Howland and Jacqueline Dutton, eds. Routledge.
2016 ‘Intimate documents: trust and secret police files in post-socialist Mongolia’ Trusting and its tribulations: interdisciplinary engagements with intimacy, sociality and trust, V. Broch-Due and M. Ystanes, eds. Oxford, Berghahn.
2015 ‘Criminal lamas: court cases against Buddhist monks in early socialist Mongolia.’ Buddhism in Mongolian history, culture and society, Vesna Wallace, ed. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199958641.003.0013
2010 ‘Introduction: Qing’ in The history of Mongolia. D. Sneath and C. Kaplonski, eds. Folkstone, Kent: Global Oriental
2010 ‘Introduction: Twentieth Century Mongolia’ in The history of Mongolia. D. Sneath and C. Kaplonski, eds. Folkstone, Kent: Global Oriental
2010 ‘Democracy comes to Mongolia’ in The history of Mongolia. D. Sneath and C. Kaplonski, eds. Folkstone, Kent: Global Oriental https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004216358_057
2009 ‘Neither truth nor reconciliation: political violence and the surfeit of memory in post-socialist Mongolia’ Perpetrators, Accomplices and Victims in Twentieth-Century Politics: Reckoning with the Past. A. Khazanov and S. Payne, eds. London: Routledge
2006 ‘Exemplars and heroes: the individual and the moral in the Mongolian political imagination’ in States of Mind: Power, Place and the Subject in Inner Asia, D. Sneath, ed. Bellingham: Western Washington University.
2002 ‘Thirty thousand bullets: remembering political repression in Mongolia’ in Historical Injustice and Democratic Transition in Eastern Asia and Northern Europe: Ghosts at the Table of Democracy, Kenneth Christie and Robert Cribb, eds. London: RoutledgeCurzon.
2001 ‘Reconstructing Mongolian nationalism: the view ten years on’ in Mongolian political and economic development during the past ten years and future prospect. Taipei: Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission.
2000 ‘The role of the Mongols in Eurasian history: a reassessment’ in The Role of Migration in the History of the Eurasian Steppe : Sedentary Civilization Vs. ‘Barbarian’ and Nomad, Andrew Bell, ed. New York: St. Martin’s Press. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-349-61837-8_14