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Periodical articleMassoi, Lucy W. (2019)
See this publicationGender roles and practices in natural resource management among the Kilosa Maasai in Tanzania
Tanzania Journal of Development Studies. Volume 17 #1. p. 102-116.

Periodical articleFox, Graham R. (2018)
See this publicationMaasai group ranches, minority land owners, and the political landscape of Laikipia County, Kenya
Journal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 12 #3. p. 473-493.

Periodical articleAllegretti, Antonio (2017)
'Being Maasai' in markets and trade: the role of ethnicity-based institutions in the livestock market of Northern Tanzania
Nomadic Peoples. Volume 21 #1. p. 63-86.

Periodical articleArchambault, Caroline S. (2017)
See this publication'The pen is the spear of today': (re)producing gender in the Maasai schooling setting
Gender and Education. Volume 29 #6. p. 731-747.

Periodical articleSpencer, Paul and Waller, Richard (2017)
See this publicationThe Maasai age system and the Loonkidongi prophets
Journal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 11 #3. p. 460-481.

Periodical articleBurnSilver, Shauna (2016)
Representing wealth in a changing pastoral economy: a comparison of traditional and new metrics in Maasailand, Kenya
Nomadic Peoples. Volume 20 #1. p. 8-34.

Periodical articleGolaz, Valérie and Médard, Claire (2016)
See this publicationAgricultural frontier, land tenure changes and conflicts along the Gucha-Trans Mara boundary in Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 229-246.

Periodical articleTian, Xiaojie (2016)
Day-to-day accumulation of indigenous ecological knowledge: a case study of pastoral Maasai children in Southern Kenya
African Study Monographs. Volume 37 #2. p. 75-102.

Periodical articleHelbling, Jürg and Kälin, Walter and Nobirabo, Prosper (2015)
See this publicationAccess to justice, impunity and legal pluralism in Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law. Volume 47 #2. p. 347-367.

Dissertation / thesisKronenburg Garcia, Angela (2015)
See this publicationContesting control: land and forest in the struggle for Loita Maasai self-government in Kenya
Leiden: African Studies Centre. African Studies Collection #58. 302p.

Periodical articleMiller, Brian W. (2015)
Using geospatial analysis to asses the influence of land-use change and conservation on pastoralist access to drought resources
Nomadic Peoples. Volume 19 #1. p. 120-145.

BookWatson, Rupert (2014)
Culture clash: the death of a district commissioner in the Loita Hills
Naivasha: Old Africa Books. 160p.

BookAllan, Susie and Yenko, Letilet Ole (2013)
Letilet's tales: the vanishing world of a hunter-gatherer
Guernsy: Shaba. 336p.

Periodical articleGalaty, John G. (2013)
See this publicationThe collapsing platform for pastoralism: land sales and land loss in Kajiado County, Kenya
Nomadic Peoples. Volume 17 #2. p. 20-39.

BookRutten, Marcel and Mwangi, Moses (2013)
See this publicationDo geopolitical and historical contexts in explaining conflicts over natural resources really matter? An example from Africa
Leiden: African Studies Centre. ASC infosheet #15. 4p.

BookKulet, Henry R. Ole (2012)
To become a man
Nairobi: Sasa Sema, an imprint of Longhorn. 140p.

Book chapterRutten, Marcel and Mwangi, Moses (2012)
Mobile cash for nomadic livestock keepers: the impact of the mobile phone money innovation (M-Pesa) on Maasai pastoralists in Kenya
In: Transforming innovations in Africa: explorative studies on appropriation in African societies. p. 79-101.

Periodical articleBonini, Nathalie (2011)
Le développement de l'enseignement secondaire en Tanzanie et la scolarisation des Maasai
Abstract presentAutrepart. #59. p. 57-74.

Periodical articleNakamura, Kyoko (2011)
See this publicationRepresentation of the Maasai by the Maasai: information sharing between scholars and local people
Nilo-Ethiopian Studies. #15. p. 11-21.

Periodical articleEsho, T. (2010)
Female genital cutting and sexual function: in search of an alternate theoretical model
African Identities. Volume 8 #3. p. 221-235.

Periodical articleRonoh, A.K. and Chiuri, L.W. and Ronoh, T.K. (2010)
Adaption of colonial animal husbandry curriculum to the environments of Kenya's Maasailand, 1900-1956
Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Volume 9. p. 15-33.

Periodical articleArchambault, Caroline (2009)
See this publicationPain with punishment and the negotiation of childhood: an ethnographic analysis of children's rights processes in Maasailand
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 79 #2. p. 282-302.

BookHomewood, Katherine and Kristjanson, Patti and Chenevix Trench, Pippa (eds.) (2009)
Staying Maasai? Livelihoods, conservation and development in East African rangelands
Abstract presentNew York, NY: Springer. Studies in human ecology and adaptation. 418p.

BookRutten, Marcel (2009)
See this publicationWhy De Soto's land-tenure ideas of formalized property rights are failing to benefit Africa's poor
Leiden: African Studies Centre. ASC infosheet #6. 4p.

Periodical articleSalazar, Noel B. (2009)
Imaged or imagined? Cultural representations and the 'tourismification' of peoples and places
Abstract presentCahiers d'études africaines. Volume 49 #193-194. p. 49-71.

Periodical articleSiiriäinen, Ari and Seitsonen, Oula and Laurén, Juha (2009)
See this publicationPastoralists in the northeastern Mara Plains, Kenya: archaeological investigations of the Pastoral Neolithic and the Pastoral Iron Age
Abstract presentAzania: Archaeological Research in Africa. Volume 44 #2. p. 163-193.

Periodical articleWinterbottom, Anna and Koomen, Jonneke and Burford, Gemma (2009)
See this publicationFemale genital cutting: cultural rights and rites of defiance in northern Tanzania
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 52 #1. p. 47-71.

BookWiszowaty, Robin (2009)
My Maasai life: from suburbia to savannah
Toronto: Me to We Books. 273p.

Periodical articleBonte, Pierre (2008)
De la boomanie au fétichisme du bétail: une approche du pastoralisme en Afrique de l'Est
Abstract presentJournal des africanistes. Volume 78 #1-2. p. 197-217.

Dissertation / thesisGoldman, Mara Jill (2008)
Sharing pastures, building dialogues: Maasai and wildlife conservation in Northern Tanzania
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 559p.

Periodical articleHughes, Lotte (2008)
See this publicationMining the Maasai Reserve: the story of Magadi
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 2 #1. p. 134-164.

Periodical articleKirway, J.N. and Lulu, E.G. (2008)
See this publicationAccess to and Control of Resources among The Maasai Women of Tanzania
Abstract presentTanzania Journal of Development Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 47-62.

Periodical articleMollel, Andrew (2008)
African culture versus human rights: the case of FGM among the Maasai society in East Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African and international law. Volume 1 #2. p. 29-46.

Book chapterRutten, Marcel (2008)
Why De Soto's ideas might triumph everywhere but in Kenya: a review of land-tenure policies among Maasai pastoralists
Abstract presentIn: Inside poverty and development in Africa: critical reflections on pro-poor policies. p. 83-118.

Periodical articleBishop, Elizabeth (2007)
See this publicationSchooling and the encouragement of farming amongst pastoralists in Tanzania
Nomadic Peoples. Volume 11 #2. p. 9-29.

Periodical articleKantai, Parselelo (2007)
See this publicationIn the Grip of the Vampire State: Maasai Land Struggles in Kenyan Politics
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 1 #1. p. 107-122.

Periodical articleTalle, Aud (2007)
See this publication'Serious games': licences and prohibitions in Maasai sexual life
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 77 #3. p. 351-370.

Periodical articleIgoe, Jim (2006)
See this publicationBecoming Indigenous Peoples: Difference, Inequality, and the Globalization of East African Identity Politics
Abstract presentAfrican Affairs: The Journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 105 #420. July. p. 399-420.

Periodical articleOndicho, Tom Gesora (2006)
Attitudes of Maasai pastoralists towards Amboseli National Park
Abstract presentMila: a Journal of the Institute of African Studies. Volume 7. p. 49-56.

Periodical articleSchneider, Leander (2006)
See this publicationThe Maasai's New Clothes: A Developmentalist Modernity and its Exclusions
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 53 #1. Fall. p. 101-131.

Periodical articleHughes, Lotte (2005)
See this publicationMalice in Maasailand: The Historical Roots of Current Political Struggles
Abstract presentAfrican Affairs: The Journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 104 #415. April. p. 207-224.

Periodical articleJennings, Christian (2005)
See this publicationBeyond Eponymy: The Evidence for Loikop as an Ethnonym in Nineteenth-Century East Africa
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 32. p. 199-220.

Periodical articleMabulla, Audax Z.P. and Zabor, Emily Craig (2005)
From 'boma' to big city: transformation in the social structure of Ngorongoro Maasai
Abstract presentMila: a Journal of the Institute of African Studies. Volume 6. p. 1-12.

Periodical articleOndicho, Tom G. (2005)
Land alienation, land tenure and tourism in the Maasailand, Kenya
Abstract presentMila: a Journal of the Institute of African Studies. Volume 6. p. 64-72.

BookRutten, Marcel (2005)
See this publicationShallow wells: a sustainable and inexpensive alternative to boreholes in Kenya
Abstract presentLeiden: African Studies Centre. ASC working paper #66. 30p.

Periodical articleMay, Amy and McCabe, J. Terrence (2004)
See this publicationCity Work in a Time of AIDS: Maasai Labor Migration in Tanzania
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 51 #2. Winter. p. 3-32.

Dissertation / thesisWangui, Elizabeth Edna (2004)
Links between gendered division of labor and land use in Oloitokitok division, S.E. Kajiado district, Kenya
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI. 293p.

BookBruins, Hendrik J. and Ros-Tonen, Mirjam A.F. (eds.) (2003)
Drought planning and rainwater harvesting for arid-zone pastoralists: the Turkana and Maasai (Kenya) and the Negev Bedouin (Israel)
Amsterdam: KIT Publishers. NIRP research for policy series #17. 68p.

Dissertation / thesisDeLuca, Laura M. (2003)
Tourism, conservation, and development among the Maasai of Ngorongoro district, Tanzania: implications for political ecology and sustainable livelihoods
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 324p.

Dissertation / thesisKronenburg García, Angela (2003)
Ritual in forest and forest in ritual: relationships between the Naimina Enkiyio Forest and ritual practices among Loita Maasai in Kenya
136p.

Periodical articleMcCabe, J. Terrence (2003)
See this publicationDisequilibrial Ecosystems and Livelihood Diversification among the Maasai of Northern Tanzania
Nomadic Peoples. Volume 7 #1. p. 74-91.

Dissertation / thesisPratt, Beth Anne (2003)
Childhood, space and children 'out of place': versions of Maasai childhood in Monduli Juu, Tanzania
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 366p.

Periodical articleHodgson, Dorothy L. and Schroeder, Richard A. (2002)
See this publicationDilemmas of Counter-Mapping Community Resources in Tanzania
Abstract presentDevelopment and Change. Volume 33 #1. January. p. 79-100.

Dissertation / thesisO'Malley, M. Elizabeth (2002)
Cattle and cultivation: changing land use and labor patterns in pastoral Maasai livelihoods, Loliondo division, Ngorongoro district, Tanzania
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services.

Book chapterRutten, Marcel (2002)
Pastoral community-based property rights: a case study: ecotourism in Kenya: benign community-based resource management or a new loss of land for Maasai pastoralists?
Abstract presentIn: Amplifying local voices, striving for environmental justice. p. 80-97.

BookRutten, Marcel (2002)
Parks beyond parks: genuine community-based wildlife eco-tourism or just another loss of land for Maasai pastoralists in Kenya?
Abstract presentLondon: International Institute for Environment and Development. Issues paper #111. 27p.

Periodical articleFratkin, Elliot M. (2001)
See this publicationEast African Pastoralism in Transition: Maasai, Boran, and Rendille Cases
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 44 #3. December. p. 1-25.

Book chapterRutten, Marcel (2001)
The Kenya 1997 general elections in Maasailand: of 'sons' and 'puppets' and how KANU defeated itself
Abstract presentIn: Out for the count: the 1997 general elections and prospects for democracy in Kenya. p. 405-440.

Periodical articleHodgson, Dorothy L. (2000)
See this publicationTaking Stock: State Control, Ethnic Identity and Pastoralist Development in Tanganyika, 1948-1958
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 41 #1. March. p. 55-78.

Periodical articleMvungi, S.E.A. (2000)
Land rights of minorities and indigenous peoples
Abstract presentEastern Africa Law Review. Volume 20-27. p. 88-99.

Periodical articleGalaty, John G. (1999)
See this publicationGrounding Pastoralists: Law, Politics, and Dispossession in East Africa
Abstract presentNomadic Peoples. Volume 3 #2. p. 56-73.

Periodical articleHazel, Robert (1999)
See this publicationLa circoncision en pays maasai et borana: guerre, procréation et virilité en Afrique orientale
Abstract presentCahiers d'études africaines. Volume 39 #154. p. 293-336.

Periodical articleHodgson, Dorothy L. (1999)
See this publicationWomen as Children: Culture, Political Economy and Gender Inequality among Kisongo Maasai
Abstract presentNomadic Peoples. Volume 3 #2. p. 115-130.

Periodical articleHodgson, Dorothy L. (1999)
See this publicationPastoralism, Patriarchy and History: Changing Gendered Relations among Maasai in Tanganyika, 1890-1940
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 40 #1. p. 41-65.

Periodical articleWillis, Justin (1999)
See this publicationEnkurma Sikitoi: Commoditization, Drink, and Power among the Maasai
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 32 #2-3. p. 339-357.

Periodical articleZaal, Fred (1999)
See this publicationEconomic Interaction in Pastoral Areas: Commercialization and Social Change among Kenya's Maasai
Abstract presentNomadic Peoples. Volume 3 #2. p. 97-114.

Book chapterZaal, Fred and Dietz, Ton (1999)
Of markets, meat, maize & milk: pastoral commoditization in Kenya
Abstract presentIn: Anderson, David M. and Broch-Due, Vigdis (eds.), The poor are not us: poverty & pastoralism in Eastern Africa. Oxford: James Currey. p. 163-198.

Periodical articleDrolc, Uschi (1998)
Language use in Monduli, Tanzania
Abstract presentAfrikanistische Arbeitspapiere: Schriftenreihe des Kölner Instituts für Afrikanistik. #54. p. 29-45.

Book chapterRutten, Marcel M.E.M. (1998)
Land tenure frontiers and food security among Maasai pastoralists in Kenya
In: Bruins, Hendrik J. and Lithwick, Harvey (eds.), The Arid Frontier. Interactive Management of Environment and Development. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. p. 185-208.

Periodical articleBrantley, Cynthia (1997)
See this publicationKikuyu-Maasai Nutrition and Colonial Science: The Orr and Gilks Study in late 1920s Kenya Revisited
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 30 #1. p. 49-86.

Periodical articleMcCabe, J. Terrence (1997)
See this publicationRisk and Uncertainty among the Maasai of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania: A Case Study in Economic Change
Abstract presentNomadic Peoples. Volume 1 #1. p. 54-65.

Periodical articleWoodhouse, Philip (1997)
See this publicationGovernance and Local Environmental Management in Africa
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 24 #74. December. p. 537-547.

Periodical articleHodgson, Dorothy L. (1996)
See this publication'My Daughter...Belongs to the Government Now': Marriage, Maasai and the Tanzanian State
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 30 #1. p. 106-123.

BookLusenaka, Frank W. (1996)
See this publicationGroup ranch subdivision and household socio-economic performance in Kajiado District
Abstract presentNairobi: Ministry of Planning and National Development. FNSP Report #58. 39p.

Periodical articleBonini, Nathalie (1995)
Parcours scolaires tanzaniens: l'exemple des pasteurs maasai
Abstract presentCahiers des sciences humaines. Volume 31 #3. p. 577-594.

Periodical articleHomewood, Katherine (1995)
See this publicationDevelopment, Demarcation and Ecological Outcomes in Maasailand
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 65 #3. p. 331-350.

Periodical articleFratkin, Elliot M. (1994)
Pastorial Land Tenure in Kenya: Maasai, Samburu, Boron, and Rendille Experiences, 1950-1990
Abstract presentNomadic Peoples. #34-35. p. 55-68.

Periodical articleGalaty, John G. (1994)
Ha(l)ving Land in Common: The Subdivision of Maasai Group Ranches in Kenya
Abstract presentNomadic Peoples. #34-35. p. 109-122.

Periodical articleHarnischfeger, Johannes (1994)
'Ethnische Säuberungen' in Kenia
Abstract presentInternationales Afrikaforum. Volume 30 #3. p. 261-273.

Periodical articleHassanali, J. and Amwayi, P. and Muriithi, A. (1994)
Social aspects of the dental health of the rural Maasai community in Kenya
Abstract presentDiscovery and Innovation. Volume 6 #4. December. p. 363-365.

Periodical articleHillman, Eugene (1994)
See this publicationThe Pauperization of the Maasai in Kenya
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 41 #4. 4th Quarter. p. 57-65.

BookOddie, Catherine (1994)
Enkop ai: (my country): my life with the Maasai
East Roseville, NSW: Simon & Schuster Australia. 242p.

Periodical articleOle Kuney, Reuben (1994)
Pluralism and Ethnic Conflict in Tanzania's Arid Lands: The Case of the Maasai and the WaArusha
Abstract presentNomadic Peoples. #34-35. p. 95-107.

Periodical articlePéron, Xavier (1994)
See this publicationFlamands roses, éléphants blancs et idées noires: conservation en pays maasaď
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #53. p. 37-51.

Periodical articleRichter, Roland E. (1994)
Landnutzungskonflikte in den Weidegebieten Tanzanias: die Geschichte der fortschreitenden Entrechtung der Maasai seit dem Beginn der Kolonialzeit
Abstract presentAfrika Spectrum. Volume 29 #3. p. 265-284.

Periodical articleLado, Cleophas (1993)
See this publicationThe Perceptions of Pastoralism and Rural Change in Maasailand, Kenya
Journal of Third World Studies. Volume 10 #1. Spring. p. 148-183.

Dissertation / thesisNdagala, Daniel Kyaruzi (1992)
Territory, pastoralists, and livestock: resource control among the Kisongo Maasai
Abstract presentStockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell. Uppsala studies in cultural anthropology #18. 192p.

Dissertation / thesisRutten, Marinus Mattheus Eduard Maria (1992)
See this publicationSelling wealth to buy poverty: the process of the individualization of landownership among the Maasai pastoralists of Kajiado district, Kenya, 1890-1990
Abstract presentSaarbrücken: Breitenbach. Nijmegen studies in development and cultural change #10. 510p.

Book chapterBridges, R.C. (1991)
Offical perceptions during the colonial period of problems facing pastoral societies in Kenya
Abstract presentIn: Pastoral economies in Africa and long-term responses to drought. p. 141-153.

Book chapterCampbell, D.J. (1991)
The impact of development upon strategies for coping with drought among the Maasai of Kajiado District, Kenya
Abstract presentIn: Pastoral economies in Africa and long-term responses to drought. p. 116-128.

Book chapterHerren, U.J. (1991)
'Droughts have different tails': the impact of and response to crises in Mukogodo Division, Laikipia District, Kenya
Abstract presentIn: Pastoral economies in Africa and long-term responses to drought. p. 69-85.

Book chapterMaghimbi, S. (1991)
The riverside Masai: cattle economy, drought and settlement pattern in the Pangani river valley
Abstract presentIn: Pastoral economies in Africa and long-term responses to drought. p. 62-68.

Periodical articleSpencer, Paul (1991)
See this publicationThe Loonkidongi Prophets and the Maasai: Protection Racket or Incipient State
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 61 #3. p. 334-342.

BookPálsson, Gísli (ed.) (1990)
From water to world-making: African models and arid lands
Abstract presentUppsala: The Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. 206p.

Periodical articleWaller, Richard D. (1990)
See this publicationTsetse Fly in Western Narok, Kenya
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 31 #1. p. 81-101.

Periodical articleKnowles, Joan N. and Collett, D.P. (1989)
See this publicationNature as Myth, Symbol and Action: Notes Towards an Historical Understanding of Development and Conservation in Kenyan Maasailand
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 59 #4. p. 433-460.

Periodical articleRigby, Peter (1989)
See this publicationIdeology, Religion, and Ilparakuyo-Maasai Resistance to Capitalist Penetration
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 23 #3. p. 416-440.

Periodical articleKabourou, Aman W. (1988)
See this publicationThe Maasai Land Case of 1912: A Reappraisal
Abstract presentTransafrican Journal of History. Volume 17. p. 1-20.

BookSpencer, Paul (1988)
The Maasai of Matapato: A Study of Rituals of Rebellion
Abstract presentManchester; Bloomington, Indiana: Manchester University Press; Indiana University Press. International African library #3. 297p.

Periodical articleFiocco, Laura (1987)
See this publicationModo di riproduzione e trasformazioni di una societa di allevatori: i Masai
Abstract presentAfrica: rivista trimestrale di studi e documentazione. Volume 42 #2. p. 191-225.

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