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Book chapterHillewaert, S. (2018)
Identity and Belonging on the Contemporary Swahili Coast: The case of Lamu
In: Wynne-Jones, S.; LaViolette, A. (eds.), The Swahili World. London: Routledge. p. 602-613.

Periodical articleBallarin, M.P. (2016)
Sites Sacres: Patrimoine et identites en Afrique de l'Est: Le cas de Rabai, Kenya
Abstract presentJournal des Africanistes: Revalorisation patrimoniale des sites naturels sacres (Kenya, Ouganda, Madagascar). Volume 86 #1. p. 170-196.

Book chapterBenjamin, J. (2014)
Legacies of Nineteenth Century Racial Formation at the Coast of East Africa: Historiography and the academic suppression of subaltern epistemology
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 127-144.

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.

BookGearhart, R.; Giles, L. (2014)
Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society
Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press.

Book chapterGiles, L.L. (2014)
Complexities of Identity in Coastal East Africa
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 55-72.

Book chapterGiles, L.L.; Udvardy, M.; Mitsanze, J.B. (2014)
The Long Journey Home: The theft and repatriation of Giriama memorial statues (Vigango)
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 269-286.

Book chapterKusimba, C.M.; Monge, J.M.; Kusimba, S.B. (2014)
The Identity of Early Kenyan Coastal Peoples: A comparative analysis of human remains from Mtwapa, Shanga and Taita Hills
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 3-24.

Book chapterMitsanze, J.B.; Giles, L. (2014)
The Kaya Legacy: The role of the Mijikenda makaya an kaya elders in postcolonial Kenya
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 201-224.

Book chapterMkangi, K. (2014)
The Democratic Roots in Mijikenda Polity
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 189-197.

Book chapterNyamweru, C. (2014)
Identity Politics and Culture in Coastal Kenya: The role of the Malindi District Cultural Association
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 245-267.

BookNyanchoga, S.; Kiriama, H.O.; Abungu, P.; Ballarin, M.; Moenga, S. (2014)
Slave Heritage and Identity on the Kenyan Coast
Nairobi: Catholic University Press.

Book chapterTengeza, A.H.; Nyamweru, C. (2014)
Symbols of Indigenous Identity: The Ndata leadership staffs of kaya elders in Kilifi District, Kenya
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 225-244.

Book chapterTinga, K.K. (2014)
Exploring the Power of Bango Music: A quest for identity in diversity
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 99-123.

Book chapterUdvardy, M. (2014)
Loss of Purity? Kenyan ethnic politics and the reality of Giriama fantasies of coastal culture
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 73-98.

Book chapterWalsh, M. (2014)
The Segeju Complex? Linguistic evidence for the precolonial making of the Mijikenda
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 25-51.

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 chapterEisenberg, A.J. (2013)
Islam, Sound and Space: Acoustemology and Muslim citizenship on the Kenyan Coast
In: Born, G. (ed.), Music, Sound and Space: Transformations of public and private experience. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 186-202.

Conference paperGoldsmith, P. (2012)
The Mombasa Republican Council: Security threat or the shape of things to come?
The People's Conference: National diversity, race and ethnicity. Nairobi: National Integration and Cohesion Commission.

Book chapterAmutabi, M.N. (2009)
Identity, 'Foreignness' and the Dilemma of Immigrants at the Coast of Kenya: Interrogating the myth of 'Black Arabs' among Kenyan Africans
In: Falola, T.; Usman, A. (eds.), Movements, borders and identities in Africa. Rochester NY: University of Rochester Press. p. 261-284.

Periodical articleBeckerleg, S. (2009)
From Ocean to Lakes: Cultural transformations of Yemenis in Kenya and Uganda
Abstract presentAfrican and Asian Studies. Volume 8 #3. p. 288-308.

Book chapterCiekawy, D.M. (2009)
Demonic Tradition: Representations of oathing in newspaper coverage of the 1997 crisis in coastal Kenya
In: Njogu, K.; Middleton, J. (eds.), Media and identity in Africa. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. p. 287-305.

BookWright, K.D. (2009)
Art, Culture and Tourism on an Indian Ocean Island: An ethnographic study of jua kali artists in Lamu, Kenya
Abstract presentLewiston: Edwin Mellen Press.

Book chapterLapp, A. (2008)
Discovering self and discovering others through the Taita Discovery Centre Volunteer Tourism Programme Kenya
In: Lyons, K.P.; Wearing, S. (eds.), Journey of discovery in volunteer tourism: International case studies perspectives. Wallingford: CABI. p. 86-100.

Periodical articleCaplan, P. (2007)
'But the Coast, Of Course, is Quite Different': Academic and local ideas about the East African littoral
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 1 #2. p. 305-320.

Book chapterNtarangwi, M. (2007)
Music, identity and Swahili networks of knowledge
In: Njogu, K.; Oluoch-Olunga, G. (eds.), Cultural Production and Social Change in Kenya : Building bridges. Nairobi: Twaweza Communications. p. 7-26.

Periodical articleCroucher, S.; Wynne-Jones, S. (2006)
People, Not Pots: Locally produced ceramics and identity on the nineteenth-century East-African coast
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 39 #1. p. 107-124.

BookFaulkner, M.R.J. (2006)
Overtly Muslim, Covertly Boni: Competing calls of religious allegiance on the Kenyan coast
Abstract presentLeiden: Brill.

Book chapterVille, J.-L. (2006)
"L'Elephant est Notre Ancestre". Histoire et construction identitaire chez les Waata du Kenya
In: Rouaud, A. (ed.), L'Homme et l'Animal dans l'Est de l'Afrique. Bièvres: Ethiopisants Associés. p. 29-55.

Book chapterBeckerleg, S. (2004)
Modernity has been Swahili-ised: The case of Malindi
In: Caplan, P.; Topan, F. (eds.), Swahili Modernities: Culture, politics and identity on the east coast of Africa. Trenton NJ/Asmara: Africa World Press. p. 19-35.

BookCaplan, P.; Topa, F. (2004)
Swahili Modernities: Culture, Politics, and Identity on the East Coast of Africa
Trenton: Africa World Press.

Periodical articleKagwanja, P.M. (2003)
Globalizing Ethnicity, Localizing Citizenship: Globalization, identity politics and violence in Kenya's Tana River region
Abstract presentAfrica Development. Volume 28 #1-2. p. 112-153.

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

Dissertation / thesisMcIntosh, J.S. (2002)
The Edge of Islam: Religion, language, and essentialism on the Kenya Coast
PhD thesis. CCCC: University of Michigan.

Periodical articleKassam, A. (2000)
When will we be people as well? Social Identity and the Politics of Cultural Performance: The case of the Waata Oromo of East and Northeast Africa
Abstract presentSocial Identities. Volume 6 #2. p. 189-206.

Periodical articleJamison, D. (1999)
Tourism and Ethnicity: The brotherhood of coconuts
Annals of Tourism Research. Volume 26 #4. p. 944-967.

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.

Book chapterKhitamy, B.S. (1995)
The Role of the Riyadha Mosque in Enhancing the Islamic Identity in Kenya
In: Bakari, M.; Yahya, S.S. (eds.), Islam in Kenya: Proceedings of the national seminar on contemporary Islam in Kenya. Mombasa: Muslim Education and Welfare Association. p. 165-179.

Conference paperWillis, J. (1994)
Personal Names and the Construction of Social Identities among the Bondei and Giryama
Abstract presentThirty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association. Toronto: African Studies Association.

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