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August 25, 2005

The Stanford Connection

Following are publications by people who have degrees from or been resident scholars at Stanford University.

L. Amede Obiora, "The Anti-Female Circumcision Campaign Deficit"in Female Circumcision and the Politics of Knowledge. African Women in Imperialist Discourses. Edited by Obioma Nnaemeka.
Westport, CO: Praeger, 2005. 288 p.

L. Amede Obiora received her J.S.D. from the Stanford Law School.

Also includes chapters by -

Nawal El Saadawi - Imperialism and Sex in Africa

Sondra Hale - Colonial Discourse and Ethnographic Residuals.

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Ochieng, William Robert. The Place of Biography in Kenyan History, 1904-2005.
Kisumu, Kenya: Mountain View Publishers, 2005. 110 p.

Professor Ochieng was a visiting scholar at Stanford.He profiles Ewart Scott Grogan, Jomo Kenyatta, Bildad Kaggia, Tom Mboya, Danial arap Moi, and Mwai Kibaki.

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Judicial Reform in Kenya,1998-2003.
Edited by Ben Sihanya and Philip Kichana.
Nairobi: International Commission of Jurists, Kenyan Section, 2004.

Ben Sihanya received his J.S.M. and J.S.D. from the Stanford Law School.

Posted by karenf at August 25, 2005 08:48 AM

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