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Found: 18 Record 1-18 Search: Ciekawy, D.

Book chapterCiekawy, D. (2014)
Kajiwe's Witchfinding Movement and the Challenge to Swahili Cultural Hegemony
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 169-188.

Book chapterCiekawy, D. (2013)
Fake Kaya Ekders and Fake Oaths: Reflections on the immorality of invented tradition in the 1997 crisis in coastal Kenya
In: Mudimbe, V.Y.; Simpson, A. (eds.), Recontextualising Self and Other issues in Africa. Trenton: Africa World Press. p. 195-233.

Book chapterCiekawy, D. (2006)
Politicians, Party Politics and the Control of Harmful Magic: Witchfinding and oral entrepreneurship during the independence era in coastal Kenya
In: Kiernan, J. (ed.), The Power of the Occult in Modern Africa: Continuity and innovation in the renewal of African cosmologies. Berlin: Lit Verlag. p. 126-152.

Conference paperCiekawy, D. (2004)
Oathing, Deoathing and Faux Oathing: The 1997 crisis in coastal Kenya
Conference on Tradtional Accountability and Modern Governance, July 5-7. Durham: University of Durham.

Book chapterCiekawy, D. (2001)
Utsai as Ethical Discourse: A critique of power from Mijikenda in coastal Kenya
In: Bond, G.C.; Ciekawy, D. (eds.), Dialogues of Witchcraft: Anthropological and philosophical exchanges. Athens: Ohio University Press. p. 158-189.

Book chapterCiekawy, D. (2000)
Mijikenda Perspectives on Freedom, Culture and 'Human Rights'
Abstract presentIn: Mwaria, C.B.; Federici, S.; McLaren, J. (eds.), African Visions: Literary images, political change, and social struggle in contemporary Africa.. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. p. 15-27.

Periodical articleCiekawy, D. (1999)
Women's 'Work' and the Construction of Witchcraft Accusation in Coastal Kenya
Women's Studies International Form. Volume 22 #2. p. 225-235.

Periodical articleCiekawy, D. (1998)
Witchcraft in Statecraft: Five technologies of power in colonial and postcolonial coastal Kenya
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 41 #3. p. 119-141.

Periodical articleWesterfelhaus, R.; Ciekawy, D. (1998)
Cleansing the Social Body: Witchcraft accusation in an African society as an example of multi-hierarchical victimage
Abstract presentCommunication Quarterly. Volume 46 #3. p. 269-283.

Periodical articleCiekawy, D. (1997)
Human Rights and State Power on the Kenya Coast: A Mijikenda perspective on universalism and relativism
Humanity and Society. Volume 21 #2. p. 130-147.

Periodical articleCiekawy, D. (1997)
Policing Religious Practice in Contemporary Coastal Kenya
Political and Legal Anthropological Review. Volume 20 #1. p. 62-72.

Conference paperCiekawy, D. (1993)
Appropriating and Revealing Secret Knowledge: The anti-witchcraft movement of Kajiwe, 1965-1967
Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association. Boston.

Dissertation / thesisCiekawy, D. (1992)
Witchcraft Eradication as Political Process in Kilifi District, Kenya, 1955-1988
Ph.D. thesis. Columbia University.

Conference paperCiekawy, D. (1992)
Political Imagination and the Discourse of Democracy in Coastal Kenya
Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. San Francisco.

Conference paperCiekawy, D. (1990)
Utsai and the State: The politics of witchcraft eradication in postcolonial Kenya
African Studies Workshop. University of Chicago.

Conference paperCiekawy, D. (1989)
Witchcraft and Development in Kenyan Politics: Complementary or conflicting ideologies?
Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Washington DC.

Conference paperCiekawy, D. (1989)
Witchcraft and Administration in Coastal Kenya, 1955-1967
Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association. Atlanta.

Periodical articleCiekawy, D. (1988)
Land Tenure Reform in Kenya's Southern Kilifi District, 1955-1987
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Research & Development. Volume 18. p. 164-180.

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