Publications

 

SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  • Making the Mark: Gender, Identity and Genital Cutting. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press. Forthcoming 2016.
  • Review of Anthropology and Art Practice by A. Schneider and C. Wright for Visual Anthropology Review 31(1):105-107, Spring 2015, with Carol Stakenas.
  • “Tracking Change in Rural Kenya through the Study of Domestic Groups” (2012). Anthropology News 53(5):9,12, May.
  • “Studying Life Strategies of Orphans in Rural Kenya,” (2012) Africa Today 58(4):45-66.
  • “P.A.V.E.: Project Against Violent Encounters,” with Kate Dollenmayer, (2011) video, 13:30 minutes.
  • “Population and Development in Rural Kenya,” with Timothy Voice, manuscript.
  • “Insights into Kenya’s 2007 Post-election Violence,” with Jennifer E. Coffman, Vigdis Broch-Due, Peter Little, Ntarangwi Mwenda, and Parker Shipton, (2009) Beliefs and Values: Understanding the Global Implications of Human Nature 1(1):53-68.
  • “Introducing Alternative Rites of Passage,” (2007) Africa Today 53(4): 19-40.
  • “Anthropological Perspectives on Female Genital Cutting: Embodying Tradition, Violence, and Social Resilience,” with Jennifer Coffman, (2007) Africa Today 53(4): v-xi.
  • “Kenyan Families,” in African Families at the Turn of the 21st Century, (2006). Yaw Oheneba-Sakyi and Baffour K. Takyi, eds., Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers. Pp.197-224.
  • “Seeds of Continuity, Lines of Change: Families and Work in Rural Kenya ,” (2000) Anthropology of Work Review 21(4):21-30.
  • “Talking About Sex: Contemporary Construction of Sexuality in Rural Kenya,” (2000) Africa Today 47(3/4): 82-97.
  • “Through the Lens of Tragedy: Learning about Gender and Age in the Construction of Community,” (2000) African Studies Review and Newsletter (of the African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific) 22(1):72-79, June 2000.
  • “ ‘We’re on The Run’: Ideas of Progress Among Adolescents in Rural Kenya,” (1999) Journal of African Cultural Studies 12(1) :93-110.
  • “Transmission of Privilege: A Case Study of Rural Kenya,” (1996). In Africa Today: A Multi-Disciplinary Snapshot of the Continent in 1995, Peter Alexander, R. Hutchinson and Deryck Schreuder, eds., Canberra: Humanities Research Centre, the Australian National University.

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