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Book chapterGiles, L.L. (2015)
Spirit Possession and Masculinity in Swahili Society
In: Stiles, E.E.; Thompson, K.D. (eds.), Gendered Lives in the Western Indian Ocean: Islam, marriage, and sexuality on the Swahili coast. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press.

Periodical articleNaijar, D.; Spaling, H.; Sinclair, S. (2013)
Learning about Sustainability and Gender through Farmer Field Schools in the Taita Hills, Kenya
Abstract presentInternational Journal of Educational Development. Volume 33 #5. p. 466-475.

BookKanyinga, K.; Mitullah, W. (2011)
Women, Culture and Decentralized Land Administration in Kenya
Abstract presentWorking paper 101. Kampala: Centre for Basic Research.

Book chapterKisia-Omondi, R. (2011)
Sex Tourism on Kenya's Coast: Methodological challenges and options
In: Barrett, B.A.; Groes-Green, C. (eds.), Studying Intimate Matters: Engaging methodological challenges in studies on gender, sexuality and reproductive health in Sub-Saharan Africa. Kampala: Fountain Publishers. p. 75-85.

Periodical articleDegen, A.A.; Hoorweg, J.; Wangila, B.C.C. (2010)
Fish Traders in Artisanal Fisheries on the Kenyan Coast
Abstract presentJournal of Enterprising Communities: People and places in the global economy. Volume 4 #4. p. 296-311.

BookOdhiambo, M. (2007)
Gender Dimensions in Management of Decentralised Resources in Kenya: The case of Mombasa District
Abstract presentNairobi: Claripress.

Book chapterNyamweru, C. (2005)
Women's Involvement in Grass Roots Environmental Conservation Groups: A case study from coastal Kenya
In: Tanzarn, N. (ed.), Gender in Agriculture and Technology. Kampala: Makerere University Department of Women and Gender Studies.

Book chapterParkin, D.J. (2005)
Textile as Commodity, Dress as Text: Swahili Kanga and women's statements
In: Barnes, R. (ed.), Textile in Indian Ocean Societies. London: Routledge. p. 44-61.

BookNtarangwi, M. (2003)
Gender, Identity, and Performance: Understanding Swahili cultural realities through song
Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press.

Book chapterNyamweru, C. (2003)
Women and Sacred Groves in Coastal Kenya: A contribution to the ecofeminism debate
In: Eaton, H.; Lorentzen, L. (eds.), Ecofeminism and Globalization. Lanham Md: Rowman & Littlefield. p. 41-56.

Book chapterMcIntosh, J. (2001)
Tradition and Threat: Women's obscenity in Giriama funerary rituals
In: Brettell, C.B.; Sargent, C.F. (eds.), Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective, 3d ed.. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. p. 409-422.

Book chapterBoerma, J.T.; Bennett, F.J. (2000)
Health and Illness
Abstract presentIn: Hoorweg, J.; Foeken, D.; Obudho, R.A. (eds.), Kenya Coast Handbook: Culture, resources and development in the East African littoral. Hamburg: Lit Verlag. p. 261-277.

Book chapterMitullah, W.V. (2000)
Gender Issues
Abstract presentIn: Hoorweg, J.; Foeken, D.; Obudho, R.A. (eds.), Kenya Coast Handbook: Culture, resources and development in the East African littoral. Hamburg: Lit Verlag. p. 301-306.

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 articleGeissler, P.W.; Prince, R.J.; Levene, M.; Poda, C.; Beckerleg, S.; Mutemi, W.; Shulman, C.E. (1999)
Perceptions of Soileating and Anaemia among Pregnant Women on the Kenyan Coast
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 48 #8. p. 1069-1079.

BookOrchardson-Mazrui, E. (1999)
The Adventures of Mekatilili
Nairobi: East African Educational Publishers.

BookHirsch, S.F. (1998)
Pronouncing and Persevering: Gender and the discourse of disputing in an African Islamic court
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Periodical articleJuma, S.A. (1998)
Men, Women and Natural Resources in Kwale District, Kenya
Ambio. Volume 27 #8. p. 758-759.

BookMaarse, L.; Wentholt, W.; Chibudu, A. (1998)
Making Change Strategies Work: Gender sensitive, client-oriented livestock extension in Coast Province, Kenya
Amsterdam: Royal Tropical Institute.

Book chapterMwai, W.K. (1997)
Power of Song for the Swahili woman
In: Kabira, W.M.; Masinjila, M.; Obote, M. (eds.), Contesting Social Death: Essays on gender and culture. Nairobi: Kenya Oral Literature Association. p. 84-102.

Book chapterMcIntosh, J. (1996)
Professed Disbelief and Gender Identity on the Coast of Kenya
In: Warner, N.; Ahlers, J.; Bilmes, L.; Oliver, M.; Wertheim, S.; Chen, M. (eds.), Gender and Belief Systems: Proceedings of the 4th Berkeley Women and Language Conference, April 1996. Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley Women and Language Group. p. 481-490.

Periodical articleJensen, A.M. (1995)
The Status of Women and the Social Context of Reproduction
Journal of International Development. Volume 7 #1. p. 61-79.

Periodical articleTopan, F.M. (1995)
Vugo; A Virginity Celebration Ceremony among the Swahili of Mombasa
African Languages and Cultures. Volume 8 #1. p. 87-107.

Periodical articleBrown, B.B. (1994)
Islamic Law, 'Quadhis' Courts and Muslim Women's Legal Status: The case of Kenya
Abstract presentJournal Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 14 #1-2. p. 94-101.

BookFuglesang, M. (1994)
Veils and Videos: Female youth culture on the Kenyan coast
Stockholm Studies in Social Anthropology 32. Stockholm University, Dept. of Social Anthropology.

BookKamau, A.K. (1994)
The Status of Women's Participation in Community-Based Health Care in Lake Kenyatta Settlement Scheme, Lamu District
Lamu: GASP.

Periodical articleFrankl, P.J.L.; Omar, Y.A. (1993)
Five Swahili Women: Weighed in the balance (A further leaf from the Taylor papers)
Afrika und Übersee. Volume 76 #2. p. 289-298.

Periodical articleNjozi, H.M. (1993)
The Social Context of Utendi wa Mwanakupona
Abstract presentFrankfurter Afrikanistische Blätter. Volume 5. p. 83-90.

Book chapterFuglesang, M. (1992)
No Longer Ghosts: Women's notions of 'development' and 'modernity' in Lamu Town, Kenya
In: Dahl, G.; Rabo, A. (eds.), Kam-ap or Take-off: Local notions of development.. Stockholm: Stockholm University, Dept. of Social Anthropology. p. 123-156.

Periodical articleUdvardy, M. (1992)
The Fertility of the Post-Fertile: Concepts of gender, aging, and reproductive health among the Giriama of Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology. Volume 7 #4. p. 289-307.

Book chapterWamahiu, S.; Opondo, F.A.; Nyagah, G. (1992)
Mwanamishi: The Kwale girl child
In: Wamahiu, S.; Opondo, F.A.; Nyagah, G. (eds.), Educational Situation of the Kenyan Girl Child. s.l.: s.n. p. 7-40.

Book chapterWamahiu, S.; Opondo, F.A.; Nyagah, G. (1992)
Salma: The Mombasa girl child
In: Wamahiu, S.; Opondo, F.A.; Nyagah, G. (eds.), Educational Situation of the Kenyan Girl Child. s.l.: s.n. p. 41-65.

Book chapterEnsminger, J. (1991)
Structural Transformation and its Consequences for Orma Women Pastoralists
In: Gladwin, C.H. (ed.), Structural Adjustment and African Women Farmers. Gainesville: University of Florida Press. p. 281-300.

Periodical articleJuma, M.N. (1991)
Some Factors Determining Women Participation in Non-Formal Education: A study of Mombasa north, Kenya
Abstract presentKenya Journal of Education. Volume 5 #1. p. 46-74.

Dissertation / thesisMwachofi, M.M. (1991)
Socio-Economic Position and Formal Education for Girls in Kenyan Rural Households: A study of Paziani and Warugha sub-locations in Kilifi and Taita-Taveta Districts of Kenya
M.A. thesis. Nairobi: University of Nairobi.

Book chapterPeake, R. (1991)
Comment on Devient Swahili: Strategies des femmes Giriama en ville
In: Guennec-Coppens, F.l.; Caplan, P. (eds.), Les Swahili entre Afrique et Arabie. Paris: Karthala.

Book chapterUdvardy, M. (1991)
Gender, Power, and the Fragmentation of Fertility among the Giriama of Kenya
In: Jacobson-Widding, A. (ed.), Body and Space: Symbolic models of unity and division in African cosmology and experience. Stockholm: Almquist & Wiksell. p. 134-155.

Periodical articleBoerma, J.T.; Baya, M.S. (1990)
Maternal and Child Health in an Ethnomedical Perspective: Traditional and modern medicine in coastal Kenya
Health Policy and Planning. Volume 5. p. 347-357.

Book chapterUdvardy, M. (1990)
'Bringing Home Development': The impetus of ideology for women's groups near the Kenyan Coast
In: Chaiken, M.S.; Fleuret, A. (eds.), Social Change and Applied Anthropology: Essays in honor of David W. Brokensha. Boulder: Westview Press. p. 182-196.

Book chapterUdvardy, M. (1990)
Kifudu; A Female Fertility Cult among the Giriama of Kenya
In: Jacobson-Widding, A.; Beek, W.v. (eds.), The Creative Communion: African folk models of life and fertility. Stockholm: Almquist Wiksell.

Dissertation / thesisUdvardy, M. (1990)
Gender and the Culture of Fertility among the Giriama of Kenya
Ph.D. thesis. University of Uppsala.

Periodical articleBoerma, J.T.; Mati, J.K.G. (1989)
Identifying Maternal Mortality through Networking: Results from coastal Kenya
Studies in Family Planning. Volume 20 #5. p. 245-253.

Conference paperEastman, C.M. (1989)
Gender, Wealth and Civilization: Social status and role flexibility in Kenya coastal Swahili society
88th Annual Meeting of American Anthropological Association, Washington D.C., November.

BookMirza, S.; Strobel, M. (1989)
Three Swahili Women: Life histories from Mombasa, Kenya
Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Book chapterUdvardy, M. (1989)
Gender Metaphors in Maladies and Medicine: The symbolism of protective charms among the Giriama of Kenya
In: Jacobson-Widding, A.; Westerlund, D. (eds.), Culture, Experience and Pluralism: Essays on African ideas of illness and healing. Uppsala/Stockholm: University of Uppsala/Almqvist & Wiksell International. p. 45-57.

Periodical articleEastman, C.M. (1988)
Women, Slaves, and Foreigners: African cultural influences and group processes in the formation of northern Swahili coastal society
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 21. p. 1-20.

Book chapterFleuret, A. (1988)
Some Consequences of Tenure and Agrarian Reform in Taita, Kenya
In: Downs, R.E.; Reyna, S.P. (eds.), Land and Society in Contemporary Africa. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England. p. 136-158.

Book chapterLevy, M.F. (1988)
Elvina Mutua; Small Business Enterprises for Women in Mombasa, Kenya. In Levy M.F
In: Each in her Own Way: Five Women Leaders of the Developing World. Boulder: Lynne Rienner. p. 61-90.

Book chapterRomero-Curtin, P. (1988)
Mama Khadija; A Life History as Example of Family History
In: Romero, P.W. (ed.), Life Histories of African Women. London: Ashfield Press. p. 140-158.

Book chapterUdvardy, M. (1988)
Women's Groups near the Kenyan Coast: Patron-clientship in the development arena
In: Brokensha, D.W.; Little, P.D. (eds.), Anthropology of Development and Change in East Africa. Boulder: Westview Press. p. 217-235.

Dissertation / thesisWamahiu, S.P. (1988)
Continuity and Change in Adigo Women's Roles, Status and Education: An exploratory anthropological study
Thesis. Nairobi: Kenyatta University.

Periodical articleEnsminger, J. (1987)
Economic and Political Differentiation among Galole Orma Women
Ethos. Volume 52 #1-2. p. 28-49.

Periodical articleRomero-Curtin, P. (1987)
Possible Sources for the Origin of Gold as an Economic and Social Vehicle for Women in Lamu (Kenya)
Abstract presentAfrica. Volume 57 #3. p. 364-376.

Book chapterShepherd, G.M. (1987)
Rank, Gender and Homosexuality: Mombasa as a key to understanding sexual options
In: Caplan, P. (ed.), The Cultural Construction of Sexuality. London: Tavistock Publications. p. 240-270.

Periodical articleWalsh, M. (1987)
Buying Power: Some outcomes of income for women
WEI (World Education Inc.) Reports. Volume 27. p. 14-16.

Book chapterBrantley, C. (1986)
Mekatalili and the Role of Women in Giriama Resistance
In: Crummey, D. (ed.), Banditry, Rebellion and Social Protest in Africa. London: Currey. p. 333-350.

Conference paperEastman, C.M. (1986)
Wanawake, Watumwa, Na Wageni: African cultural influences and group processes in the formation of northen Swahili coastal society
29th Annual Meeting of African Studies Association, Madison (Wisconsin), Oct 30 - Nov 2. Los Angeles: ASA.

Periodical articleKnappert, J. (1986)
Songs of the Swahili Women
Afrika und Übersee. Volume 69. p. 101-135.

Dissertation / thesisLucas, K. (1986)
Differential Innovation Adoption Patterns of Female and Male Smallholder Farmers: A case study from the Taita Hills of Kenya
M.A. thesis. American University.

Dissertation / thesisMeiszer, D. (1986)
Die Frau als Antiheroine in der Suaheli-Prosa
Ph.D. thesis. University of Vienna.

Periodical articleEastman, C.M. (1984)
Waungwana na Wanawake: Muslim ethnicity and sexual segregation in coastal Kenya
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development. Volume 5 #2. p. 97-112.

Periodical articleEnsminger, J. (1984)
Theoretical Perspectives on Pastoral Women: Feminist critiques
Nomadic Peoples. #16. p. 59-71.

Periodical articleGuennec-Coppens, F.l. (1984)
The Feminine Society in Lamu
CREDU Newsletter. #13. p. 13-44.

Periodical articleMirza, S.; Strobel, M. (1984)
The Life History of Mishi Wa Abdala, A Swahili Kungwi from Mombasa, Kenya
Abstract presentAfrica Review. Volume 11 #1. p. 68-80.

Book chapterRussell, J. (1984)
Women's Narration: Performance and the marking of verbal aspects
In: Maw, J.; Parkin, D. (eds.), Swahili Language and Society. Vienna: Institut für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie der Universität Wien. p. 89-105.

BookGuennec-Coppens, F.l. (1983)
Femmes Voilées de Lamu, Kenya: Variations culturelles et dynamiques sociales
Paris: CREDU, Editions Recherche sur les Civilisations.

Book chapterStrobel, M. (1983)
Slavery and Reproductive Labor in Mombasa
In: Robertson, C.C.; Klein, M.A. (eds.), Women and Slavery in Africa. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. p. 111-129.

Periodical articleSwartz, M.J. (1982)
The Isolation of Men and the Happiness of Women: Sources and uses of power in Swahili marital relationships
Journal of Anthropological Research. Volume 34. p. 26-44.

Periodical articleGuennec-Coppens, F.l. (1981)
Stratification Sociale et Division Sexuelle dans la Communauté Swahili de Lamu (Kenya)
Ethnographie. Volume 85 #2. p. 137-150.

BookGuennec-Coppens, F.l. (1980)
Wedding Customs in Lamu
Nairobi: Lamu Society.

BookChandler, D. (1979)
Constraints to the Economic Development of Women in the Coast Province, Kenya
Nairobi: Ministry of Housing and Social Services.

BookStrobel, M. (1979)
Muslim Women in Mombasa, 1890-1975
New Haven: Yale University Press.

Conference paperSwartz, A.R.; Swartz, M.J. (1979)
Women's Power and its Sources among the Swahili of Mombasa
22nd Annual Meeting of African Studies Association. Waltham: ASA.

Periodical articleBujra, J.M. (1977)
Production, Property, Prostitution, Sexual Politics in Atu
Abstract presentCahiers d'Études Africaines. Volume 17 #65. p. 13-39.

Periodical articleGuennec-Coppens, F.l. (1976)
Les Cérémonies du Mariage chez les Femmes 'Swahili' de l'Ile de Lamu
Asie di Sud Est & Monde Insul-Indien. Volume 7 #2-3. p. 33-44.

BookGuennec-Coppens, F.l. (1976)
Les Femmes et le Mariage dans l'Ile de Lamu (Kenya)
Paris: Institut d'Ethnologie, Musée de l'Homme.

Book chapterIrvine, J. (1976)
Changing Patterns of Social Control in Buu Society
In: Arens, W. (ed.), A Century of Change in Eastern Africa. Den Haag/Paris: Mouton. p. 215-228.

Book chapterStrobel, M. (1976)
From Lelemama to Lobbying: Women's associations in Mombasa, Kenya
In: Hafkin, N.J.; Bay, E.G. (eds.), Women in Africa: Studies in social and economic change. Stanford, Cal.: Stanford University Press. p. 183-211.

Periodical articleStrobel, M. (1975)
Women's Wedding Celebrations in Mombasa, Kenya
African Studies Review. Volume 18 #3. p. 35-45.

Dissertation / thesisStrobel, M. (1975)
Muslim Women in Mombasa, Kenya, 1890-1973
Ph.D. thesis. Los Angeles: University of California.

BookWerner, A. (1934)
The Advice of Mwana Kupona upon the Wifely Duty
Medstead, Hampshire: Azania Press.

Periodical articleFrench-Sheldon, M. (1892)
Customs Among the Natives of East Africa, From Teita to Kilimegalia, with special reference to their women and children
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. #21. p. 358-390.

Periodical articleSheldon, M.F. (1892)
Customs among the Natives of East Africa, from Teita to Kilimegalia, with Special Reference to their Women and Children
Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Volume 21. p. 358-390.

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