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BookWynne-Jones, S. and LaViolette, A. (2018)
The Swahili World
London: Routledge. p. xxix, 671.

Periodical articleHirji, Z. (2007)
Relating Muscat to Mombasa: Spatial tropes in the kinship narratives of an extended family network in Oman
Abstract presentAnthropology of the Middle East. Volume 2 #1. p. 55-69.

Book chapterGiles, L. (2006)
The Role of Spirits in Swahili Coastal Society
In: Nicolini, B. (ed.), Studies in Witchcraft, Magic, War and Peace in Africa: Nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press. p. 61-85.

Book chapterKresse, K. (2005)
At the Baraza: Socializing and intellectual practice at the Swahili coast
In: Falola, T. (ed.), Christianity and Social Change in Africa: Essays in honor of J.D.Y. Peel. Durham N.C.: Carolina Academic Press. p. 613-631.

Periodical articleMcIntosh, J. (2005)
Language esssentialism and social hierarchies among Giriama and Swahili
Abstract presentJournal of Pragmatics. Volume 37 #12. p. 1919-1944.

Dissertation / thesisVernet, T. (2005)
Les Cites-etats Swahili del'Archipel de Lamu, 1585-1810: Dynamiques endogenes, dynamiques exogenes
PhD thesis. Paris: Universite Paris I Pantheon - Sorbonne, Centre de recherches africaines.

BookMiddleton, J. (2004)
African Merchants of the Indian Ocean: Swahili of the East African Coast
Long Grove, Il: Waveland Press.

Periodical articleVernet, T. (2004)
Le territoire hors les murs des cités-états swahili de l'archipel de Lamu, 1600-1800
Abstract presentJournal des Africanistes. Volume 74 #1-2. p. 381-411.

Periodical articleVernet, T. (2003)
Le commerce des esclaves sur la cote Swahili, 1500-1750
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa. Volume 38. p. 69-97.

Periodical articlePouwels, R.L. (2002)
Eastern Africa and the Indian Ocean to 1800: Reviewing relations in historical perspective
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 25 #2-3. p. 385-425.

Periodical articleSpear, T.T. (2000)
Early Swahili History Reconsidered
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 33 #2. p. 257-290.

Periodical articleSpear, T.T. (2000)
Swahili History and Society to 1900: A classified bibliography
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 27. p. 339-373.

Book chapterGiles, L.L. (1999)
Spirit Possession and the Symbolic Construction of Swahili Society
Abstract presentIn: Behrend, H. and Luig, U. (eds.), Spirit Possession, Modernity and Power in Africa. Oxford: James Currey. p. 142-164.

Periodical articlePouwels, R.L. (1999)
East African Coastal History
Journal of African History. Volume 40. p. 285-296.

Periodical articleAbungu, G.H.O. (1996)
Pate: A Swahili town revisited
Kenya Past and Present. Volume 28. p. 50-60.

Periodical articleSindiga, I. (1996)
International Tourism in Kenya and the Marginalization of the Waswahili
Tourism Management. Volume 17 #6. p. 425-432.

Periodical articleSwartz, M.J. (1996)
Politics, Ethnicity, and Social Structure: The decline of an urban community during the twentieth century
Ethnology. Volume 35 #4. p. 233-248.

Periodical articleEastman, C.M. (1995)
Tourism in Kenya and the Marginalization of Swahili
Annals of Tourism Research. Volume 22 #1. p. 172-185.

BookMazrui, A.A. and Mazrui, A.M. (1995)
Swahili State and Society: The political economy of an African language
London: James Currey.

Book chapterBeckerleg, S. (1994)
Watamu; Lost Land, but a New Swahili Town
In: Parkin, D.J. (ed.), Continuity and Autonomy in Swahili Communities: Strategies for self determination. London/Vienna: School of Oriental and African Studies/Institut für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie der Universität Wien. p. 99-109.

BookMazrui, A.M. and Shariff, I.N. (1994)
The Swahili; Idiom and Identity of an African People
Trenton, N.Y.: Africa World Press.

Book chapterParkin, D.J. (1994)
Sadaka: Focus on contradictory continuity
In: Parkin, D.J. (ed.), Continuity and Autonomy in Swahili Communities: Inland influences and strategies of self-determination. Vienna: AFRO-PUB. p. 177-193.

BookAllen, J.d.V. (1993)
Swahili Origins: Swahili culture and the Shungwaya phenomenon
London: James Currey.

Book chapterHorton, M. and Mudida, N. (1993)
Exploitation of Marine Resources: Evidence for the origin of the Swahili communities of East Africa
In: Shaw, T. and Sinclair, P. and Andah, B. and Okpoko, A. (eds.), The Archeaology of Africa: Food, metals and towns. London: Routledge. p. 673-693.

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

BookWillis, J. (1993)
Mombasa, the Swahili, and the Making of the Mijikenda
Oxford: Clarendon Press.

BookMiddleton, J. (1992)
The World of the Swahili: An African mercantile civilization
New Haven: Yale University Press.

Conference paperGuennec-Coppens, F.l. (1991)
And If We Speak About the Swahili Network?
90th Annual Meeting of American Anthropological Association, Chicago, November 20-24.

BookGuennec-Coppens, F.l. and Caplan, P. (1991)
Les Swahili entre Afrique et Arabie
Paris: Karthala.

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

Conference paperSalim, A.I. (1991)
The Impact of Social, Political and Cultural Changes on Kenya's Muslims with Special Reference to the Arab-Swahili
Conference on Islamic Identities in Africa, London, School of Oriental and African Studies.

Conference paperSwartz, M.J. (1991)
Mombasa Swahili Ethnicity: Status as the central force
90th Annual Meeting of American Anthropological Association, Chicago, November 20-24.

BookSwartz, M.J. (1990)
The Way the World Is: Cultural processes and social relations among the Mombasa Swahili
Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Periodical articleConstantin, F. (1989)
Social Stratification on the Swahili Coast: From race to class?
Abstract presentAfrica. Volume 59 #2. p. 145-159.

Periodical articleConstantin, F. (1989)
Fin des Races ou Début des Classes: Inégalites, répresentations et pouvoir sur la côte Swahili est-africaine
Annuaire des Pays de l'Océan Indien (1986-89). Volume 11. p. 43-63.

Dissertation / thesisGiles, L. (1989)
Spirit Possession on the Swahili Coast: Peripheral cults or primary texts
PhD thesis. Austin: University of Texas.

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

Periodical articlePeake, R. (1989)
Swahili Stratification and Tourism in Malindi Old Town, Kenya
Abstract presentAfrica. Volume 59 #2. p. 209-220.

BookFreeman-Grenville, G.S.P. (1988)
The Swahili Coast, 2nd to 19th centuries
London: Variorum Reprints.

Book chapterGuennec-Coppens, F.l. (1987)
L'Instabilité Conjugale et ses Conséquences dans la Société Swahili de Lamu (Kenya)
In: Parkin, D.J. and Nyamwaya, D. (eds.), Transformations of African Marriage. Manchester: International African Institute. p. 233-245.

BookWilding, R. (1987)
The Shorefolk: Aspects of the early development of Swahili communities
Ford Jesus Occasional Paper 2. Nairobi: National Museums of Kenya.

Periodical articleEastman, C.M. (1986)
Nyimbo za Watoto: A Swahili child's world view
Ethos. Volume 14 #2. p. 46-75.

Dissertation / thesisBrown, W.H. (1985)
History of Siyu: The development and decline of a Swahili town on the Northern Kenya Coast
Ph.D. thesis. Indiana University.

Periodical articleMirza, S. and 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 chapterParkin, D.J. (1984)
Being and Selfhood among Intermediary Swahili
In: Maw, J. and Parkin, D.J. (eds.), Swahili Language and Society. Vienna: Institut für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie der Universität Wien. p. 247-260.

Book chapterSalim, A.I. (1984)
The Elusive 'Mswahili': Some reflections on his identity and culture
In: Maw, J. and Parkin, D.J. (eds.), Swahili Language and Society. Vienna: Institut für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie der Universität Wien. p. 215-227.

Book chapterSwartz, M.J. (1983)
Culture and Implicit Power: Maneuvers and understanding in Swahili nuclear family relations
In: Aronoff, M.J. (ed.), Yearbook of Political Anthropology (Vol.2): Culture and Political Change. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books. p. 19-38.

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.

BookAkong'a, J.J. (1980)
Social Training Strategies: The Swahili of old town Mombasa, Kenya
Nairobi: University of Nairobi, Institute of African Studies.

Periodical articleTolmacheva, M. (1980)
Swahili Ethnic History and Traditions of Early Migrations
Soviet Ethnography (Sovetskaja Etnografia). Volume 3. p. 51-60.

Dissertation / thesisAkong'a, J.J. (1979)
Social Training: Perspectives on obedience and autonomy among Swahili boys in Old Town Mombasa and the upper middle class of La Jolla, California
Ph.D. thesis. University of California.

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

Conference paperSwartz, A.R. and 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 articleSwartz, M.J. (1979)
Religious Courts, Community and Ethnicity among the Swahili of Mombasa: An historical study of social boundaries
Africa. Volume 49 #1. p. 29-41.

BookSalim, A.I. (1978)
People of the Coast
London/Nairobi: Evans Brothers.

BookAllen, J.d.V. (1977)
Swahili History Revisited
Nairobi: University of Nairobi, Institute of African Studies.

Conference paperAllen, J.d.V. (1976)
Some Aspects of Swahili Economic History
Staff Seminar, Department of History (Paper No.6). Nairobi: University of Nairobi.

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.

BookHoek-Smit, M. (1976)
The Future Planning of a Majengo: Swahili village, Masaku
Nairobi: University of Nairobi, Housing Research and Development Unit.

Book chapterSalim, A.I. (1976)
Native or Non-Native?: The problem of identity and the social stratification of the Arab-Swahili of Kenya
In: Ogot, B.A. (ed.), History and Social Change in East Africa (Hadith 6). Nairobi: East African Literature Bureau. p. 65-85.

Periodical articleArens, W. (1975)
The Waswahili; The Social History of an Ethnic Group
Abstract presentAfrica. Volume 45. p. 426-438.

BookSalim, A.I. (1973)
Swahili-Speaking Peoples of Kenya's Coast, 1895-1965
Nairobi: East African Publishing House.

Periodical articleShariff, I.N. (1973)
Waswahili and their Language: Some misconceptions
Swahili, Journal of the East African Swahili Committee. Volume 43 #2. p. 67-75.

Book chapterSalim, A.I. (1972)
Early Arab-Swahili Political Protest in Colonial Kenya
In: Ogot, B.A. (ed.), Politics and Nationalism in Kenya (Hadith 4). Nairobi: East African Publishing House. p. 71-84.

Dissertation / thesisBerg, F.J. (1971)
Mombasa under the Busaidi Sultanate: The city and its hinterlands in the nineteenth century
Ph.D. thesis. Madison: University of Wisconsin.

Periodical articleEastman, C.M. (1971)
Who are the Waswahili?
Abstract presentAfrica. Volume 41. p. 228-235.

BookNicholls, C.S. (1971)
The Swahili Coast: Politics, diplomacy and trade on the East African littoral, 1798-1856
London: Allen & Unwin.

Book chapterSalim, A.I. (1970)
The Movement of 'Mwambao' or Coast Autonomy in Kenya, 1956-1963
In: Ogot, B.A. (ed.), Hadith 2. Nairobi: East African Publishing House. p. 212-228.

Periodical articleKnappert, J. (1969)
Quelques Remarques apropos de l'Histoire des Swahili
Études Congolaises. Volume 12 #1.

Periodical articleBerg, F.J. (1968)
The Swahili Community of Mombasa, 1500-1900
Abstract presentJournal of African History. Volume 9. p. 35-56.

Periodical articleHino, S. (1968)
Social Stratification of a Swahili Town: The occupation differentiation of an African town
African Studies Kyoto. Volume 2. p. 51-74.

Book chapterLandberg, L.C.W. (1968)
We are 'Ndugu': Social composition of Ngalawa fishing crews in a Swahili village of the Mrima coast
In: Social Sciences Council Conference, Sociology Papers, Vol.I. Kampala: Makerere Institute of Social Research. p. 204-232.

Periodical articleEastman, C.M. and Berg, F.J. (1967)
An Early Swahili Political Manifesto
Afrika und Übersee. Volume 51. p. 224-237.

Periodical articleMaw, J. (1967)
Notes on a Swahili Oblomow
Journal of the Folklore Institute. Volume 4 #2-3. p. 207-223.

BookPrins, A.H.J. (1961)
The Swahili Speaking Peoples of Zanzibar and the East African Coast (Arabs, Shirazi and Swahili). Ethnographic Survey of Africa: East Central Africa (Vol.XII)
London: International African Institute.

Conference paperWijeyewardene, G. (1959)
Kinship and Ritual in the Swahili Community
Conference of the East African Institute of Social Research, Kampala.

Conference paperWijeyewardene, G. (1959)
Administration and Politics in Two Swahili Communities
Social Sciences Conference, Kampala, East African Institute of Social Research.

Book chapterLambert, H.E. (1958)
The Arab Community and the Twelve Tribes of Mombasa
In: Wilson, G.M. (ed.), Mombasa Social Survey. Nairobi: Ministry of African Affairs. p. 41-106.

Periodical articleReusch, R. (1953)
How the Swahili People and Language Came into Existence
Tanganyika Notes and Records. #34. p. 20-26.

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

Periodical articleWedell, H. (1905)
Das Sachen-und Vertragsrecht und die Politische Organisation der Suaheli
Zeitschrift für Rechtswissenschaft. #18. p. 119-183.

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