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Periodical articleFrederiksen, Bodil Folke (2020)
See this publicationCensorship as Negotiation: The State and Non-European Newspapers in Kenya, 1930-54
Itinerario: Journal of Imperial and Global Interactions. Volume 44 #2. p. 391-411.

Periodical articleKaarsholm, Preben and Frederiksen, Bodil Folke (2019)
See this publicationAmaoti and Pumwani: Studying urban informality in South Africa and Kenya
African Studies. Volume 78 #1. p. 51-73.

Periodical articleFrederiksen, Bodil Folke (2006)
Writing, self-realization and community: Henry Muoria and the creation of a nationalist public sphere in Kenya
Abstract presentCurrent Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Volume 18 #2. p. 150-165.

Periodical articleFrederiksen, Bodil F. (2001-2002)
See this publicationAfrican Women and Their Colonisation of Nairobi: Representations and Realities
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa. Volume 36-37. p. 223-234.

Periodical articleFrederiksen, Bodil F. (2000)
See this publicationPopular Culture, Gender Relations and the Democratisation of Everyday Life in Nairobi
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 26 #2. June. p. 209-222.

BookFrederiksen, Bodil Folke (2000)
Popular culture, family relations and issues of everyday democracy: a study of youth in Pumwami
Nairobi: IDS. IDS working paper #530. 30p.

Book chapterFrederiksen, Bodil F. (1999)
Youth, Love and Family: Crisis and Choice for Young Women in a Nairobi Slum
In: Bose, Pradip K. and Frederiksen, Bodil F. (eds.). Urban Culture and Democracy: Family and Gender. Calcutta: Centre for Studies in Social Science. p. 17-31.

Book chapterFrederiksen, Bodil Folke (1999)
'We need that life': global narratives and local aspirations among youth in a Nairobi slum
In: Nyberg Sørensen, Ninna (ed.), Narrating mobility, boundaries and belonging. CDR Working Papers 99.7. Copenhagen: Centre for Development Research. p. 49-64.

Conference paperFrederiksen, Bodil Folke and Wilson, Fiona (eds.) (1997)
Livelihood, identity and instability
Abstract presentCopenhagen: Centre for Development Research. 177p.

Book chapterFrederiksen, Bodil F. (1995)
Gender, Ethnicity and Popular Culture in Kenya
In: Wilson, Fiona and Frederiksen, Bodil F. (eds.). Ethnicity, Gender and the Subversion of Nationalism. London: Frank Cass. p. 52-62.

Periodical articleFrederiksen, Bodil F. (1994)
Gender, Ethnicity and Popular Culture in Kenya
European Journal of Development Research. Volume 6 #2. p. 52-62.

Book chapterFrederiksen, Bodil Folke (1993)
Living in the neighbourhood of one's dreams: the role of popular writing in the creation of the ordinary
Abstract presentIn: Culture in Africa: an appeal for pluralism / ed. by Raoul Granqvist. - Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet. p. 87-107.

Conference paperFrederiksen, Bodil Folke and Westergaard, Kirsten (eds.) (1993)
Political culture, local government and local institutions: papers from the researcher training course held at Roskilde University Centre 3 to 6 April 1991
Abstract presentRoskilde: International Development Studies, Roskilde University. Occasional paper #7. 120p.

Periodical articleFrederiksen, Bodil F. (1991)
See this publication'Joe', the Sweetest Reading in Africa: Documentation and Discussion of a Popular Magazine in Kenya
Abstract presentAfrican Languages and Cultures. Volume 4 #2. p. 135-155.

Periodical articleFrederiksen, Bodil F. (1987)
'The Loved Ones': Racial and Sexual Relations in Ayi Kwei Armah's 'Why Are We so Blest'
Kunapipi. Volume 9 #2. p. 40-49.

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