Maasai - Bibliography

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A booklet (undated, no author given) published by the Consolata Fathers, Nairobi, presumably in the late 1970s

Borowski, Richard; Kisopia, Peter; Sayer, Geoff
The Final Frontier? Land, environment and pastoralism in Kenya
Leeds, UK: Leeds Development Education Center, 1993

Gulliver, P.H.
Social Control in an African Society, a study of the Arisha: Agricultural Masai of Northern Tanganyika
London, UK: Routledge Kegan & Paul, 1963

Hollis, A.C.
The Masai: Their Language and Folklore
Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1905 (1904?)

Kipury, Naomi
Oral Literature of the Maasai
Nairobi, Kenya: Heinemann, 1983; East African Educational, 1996

Kipury, Naomi
Maasai Women in Transition: Class and Gender in the Transformation of a Pastoral Society
PhD Dissertation, Temple University, 1989

Lamprey, Richard; Waller, Richard
The Loita-Mara region in historical times: Patterns of subsistence, settlement and ecological change
In P. Robertshaw (ed.), Early Pastoralists of South-Western Kenya (Nairobi, Kenya: British Institute of East Africa, 1990)

Lawren, William
Masai and Kikuyu: An historical analysis of cultural transmission
In Journal of African History, Vol. 9(4), pp. 571-83 (1968)

Lo Liyong, Taban
Popular Cultures of East Africa
Nairobi, Kenya: Longman, 1972

Massek, A. ol'Oloisolo; Sidai, J.O.
Wisdom of the Maasai
Nairobi, Kenya: Transafrica Publishers, 1974

Salvadori, Cynthia; Fedders, Andrew
London, UK: Collins, 1973

Sankan, S.S.
The Maasai
Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya Literature Bureau, 1971 (repr. 1979, 1995)

Sharman, Margaret
Kenya's People: People of the Plains - Maasai
Nairobi, Kenya: Evans Brothers, 1979, 1985

Spear T.; Nurse D.
Maasai farmers: the origins of Arusha agriculture
In International Journal in African Historical Studies (IJAHS) 25,3: 481-503 (1992)

Thompson, Joseph
Through Masai Land
London, UK: Edward Arnold, 1885

Waller, Richard
Economic and social relations in the central Rift Valley: The Maa-speakers and their neighbours in the 19th century
In B. Ogot (ed.), Kenya in the 19th Century (Hadith 8), 1985


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