Contains the keyword Sichuan

Valussi, E. (2008).  Men and Women in He Longxiang's Nüdan hebian.. {NAN} {NU} – Men, Women & Gender in Early & Imperial China. 10, 242–278. Abstract
Olles, V. (2012).  The Gazetteer of Mt. Tianshe – How the Liumen Community Reshaped a Daoist Sacred Mountain. (Philip Clart, Ed.).Chinese and European Perspectives on the Study of Chinese Popular Religions (中國民間宗教、民間信仰研究之中歐視角). 229-263. Abstract
Olles, V. (2007).  Chinese Literati and Daoist Sacred Space: A Nineteenth Century Inscription in Pujiang County (Sichuan Province). Purposes, Means and Convictions in Daoism. A Berlin Symposium (edited by Florian C. Reiter). 29, 221-230.
Olles, V. (2005).  Der Berg des Lao Zi in der Provinz Sichuan und die 24 Diözesen der daoistischen Religion. Asien- und Afrika-Studien der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. 24, XII, 306. Abstract
Olles, V. (2005).  Stars and Legends: Some Observations about Sacred Space in Daoism. Scriptures, Schools and Forms of Practice in Daoism. A Berlin Symposium (edited by Poul Andersen and Florian C. Reiter). 20, 233-252.