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Found: 24 Record 1-24 Search: Witchcraft

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.

BookSmith, J.H.; Mwadime, N. (2014)
Email From Ngeti: An ethnography of sorcery, redemption, and friendship in global Africa
Oakland Ca.: University of California Press.

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.

BookSmith, J.H. (2008)
Bewitching Development: Witchcraft and the reinvention of development in neoliberal Kenya
Abstract presentChicago: University of Chicago Press.

Book chapterBenjamin, J. (2006)
Squatters, resistance to 'development' and magic as a tool of subaltern power: A case from coastal Kenya
In: Nicolini, B. (ed.), Studies in witchcraft, magic, war and peace in Africa: Nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Lewiston N.Y.: Edward Mellen Press. p. 239-262.

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.

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.

Periodical articleMcIntosh, J. (2006)
'Going Bush': Black magic, white ambivalence and boundaries of belief in postcolonial Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 36 #3-4. p. 254-295.

Periodical articleSmith, J.H. (2005)
Buying a Better Witch Doctor: Witch-finding, neoliberalism and the development imagination in the Taita Hills, Kenya
Abstract presentAmerican Ethnologist. Volume 32 #1. p. 141-158.

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.

Dissertation / thesisSmith, J.H. (2003)
Bewitching Developments: Making and unmaking development in Taita, Kenya
Ph.D. thesis. Ann Arbor: University of Chicago, Ill.

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.

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 articleTinga, K.K. (1998)
Cultural Practice of the Midzichenda at Crossroads: Divination, healing, witchcraft and the statutory law
Abstract presentAfrikanistische Arbeitspapiere. Volume 55. p. 173-184.

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)
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. (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.

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

Periodical articleBrantley, C. (1979)
An Historical Perspective of the Giriama and Witchcraft Control
Abstract presentAfrica. Volume 49. p. 112-133.

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