Mijares, S., Rafea, A., Sharling, T. D., Amponsem, J., & Mallory, M. (2020). The power of the Feminine: Facing Shadow Evoking Light. Egypt: The Human Foundation.
Sharling, T. D. (2013). Tibetan women: Devotedly defiant. In Angha, N., In Mijares, S. G., & In Rāfiʻ, A. R. (2013). A force such as the world has never known: Women creating change. Toronto, Canada: Inanna Publications and Education Inc.
Peer reviewed publications
Sharling, T. D., (2021). Finding hope in the darkest of days and focus in the brightest: The Dalai Lama’s approach to promoting human values. Coreopsis Journal of Myth & Theatre, (Autumn 2021, Vol. 9, Issue 2).
Sharling, T. D., (2021). Theorizing a female Dalai Lama: An intersectional tool for feminisms. Anthropology of Consciousness, (forthcoming publication, Spring 2023.
Sharling, T. D. (2015). Reproductive governance in the Tibetan community in exile: Of discrepancies and digressions. Hystericalfeminisms.
Sharling, T. D., & Palkyi, T. (2019). Protecting Tibetan Women’s Rights in the Age of Social Media. Tibetan Review.
As a society, we need to arrive at a collective understanding. Our inability to act could serve as a license for ingrained sexism and disguised misogyny to become ubiquitous in our community. Allowing such things to happen will not only silence women but will also deter women from entering public service. This is too big a price to pay.
Sharling, T. D. (2016). Unity: Standing Together In Joy And Sorrow. Tibetan Review.
Sharling, T.D., & Jigdal, T. (2015). China’s fears remain even after Tenzin Delek Rinpoche’s death. Phayul.com.
Sharling, T. D. (2012). Exile— the nursery of nationalism. India Seminar.
Sharling, T. D. (2010). Rethink Sino-Tibet policy for India’s survival, conference panelists say. Phayul.com.