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Hughes, Lotte and Lamont, Mark (2018). Introduction: Cultural rights and constitutional change. African Studies, 77(2) pp. 159–170. file

Hughes, Lotte (2018). Alternative Rites of Passage: Faith, rights, and performance in FGM/C abandonment campaigns in Kenya. African Studies, 77(2) pp. 274–292.

Droy, Laurence; Hughes, Lotte; Lamont, Mark; Nguura, Peter; Parsitau, Damaris and Wamue Ngare, Grace (2018). Alternative Rites of Passage in FGM/C Abandonment Campaigns in Africa: A research opportunity. LIAS Working Paper Series, Vol. 1, University of Leicester. file

Hughes, Lotte; Akoth, Steve Ouma and Nyamweru, Celia (2018). The Politics of Culture in Kenya since 2010: Implications for pluralism. In: Ghai, Yash Pal and Ghai, Jill C. eds. Pluralism in Kenya. The Katiba Institute and the Global Institute for Pluralism.

Hughes, Lotte (2017). Mau Mau: The Divisive Heritage of Liberation Struggle in Kenya. In: Walters, Diana; Laven, Daniel and Davis, Peter eds. Heritage and Peacebuilding. Heritage Matters. Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell Press, pp. 179–190.

Hughes, Lotte (2017). Memorialization and Mau Mau: A Critical Review. In: MacArthur, Julie ed. Dedan Kimathi on Trial: Colonial Justice and Popular Memory in Kenya's Mau Mau rebellion. Research in International Studies, Global and Comparative Studies, (17). Ohio University Press, pp. 339–374.

Hughes, Lotte (2017). Implementing cultural rights (nature, issues at stake and challenges) - Report 2010 (A/HRC/14/36). In: Belder, Lucky and Porsdam, Helle eds. Negotiating Cultural Rights: Issues at Stake, Challenges and Recommendations. Edward Elgar, pp. 37–58.

Hughes, Lotte (2016). Rights, Wrongs and Reciprocity: Change and Continuity among Kenya's Maasai. In: Berman, Bruce J.; Laliberté, André and Larin, Stephen J. eds. The Moral Economies of Ethnic and Nationalist Claims. Ethnicity and Democratic Governance. Vancouver, Canada: UBC Press, pp. 70–100.

Hughes, Lotte and Fouere, Marie-Aude (2015). Heritage and memory in East Africa today: a review of recent developments in cultural heritage research and memory studies. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 50(4) pp. 542–558.

Coombes, Annie E.; Hughes, Lotte and Karega-Munene (2014). Managing Heritage, Making Peace: History, Identity and Memory in Contemporary Kenya. London: I B Tauris. file

Hughes, Lotte (2011). 'Truth be Told': some problems with historical revisionism in Kenya. African Studies, 70(2) pp. 182–201.

Hughes, Lotte; Coombes, Annie E. and Karega-Munene (2011). Introduction. African Studies, 70(2) pp. 175–181.

Hughes, Lotte (2010). Dissident scribes: some lesser-known anti-colonial activism in and around Africa in the early 20th Century. The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 99(408) pp. 249–265.

Hughes, Lotte (2010). Les racines historiques des conflits sociopolitiques en pays maasai, Kenya. In: Jacob, Jean-Pierre and Le Meur, Pierre-Yves eds. Politique de la terre et de l'appartenance. Droits fonciers et citoyenneté dans les sociétés du Sud. Karthala, pp. 279–317. file

Hughes, Lotte (2010). 'They give me fever': East Coast Fever and other environmental impacts of the Maasai moves. In: Brown, Karen and Gilfoyle, Daniel eds. Healing the Herds: Disease, Livestock Economies, and the Globalization of Veterinary Medicine. Series in Ecology and History. Ohio: Ohio UnIversity Press, pp. 146–162.

Hughes, Lotte (2009). Response to Richard Leakey, 'Whose World is it Anyway?'. In: Chesters, Timothy ed. Land Rights: Oxford Amnesty Lectures. The Oxford Amnesty Lectures. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 166–176.

Beinart, William and Hughes, Lotte (2008). Empire and the Visual Representation of Nature, 1860-1960. History Compass, 6(5) pp. 1177–1193. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Hughes, Lotte (2008). Rough Time in Paradise: Claims, blames and memory making around some protected areas in Kenya. Current Conservation, 2(3) p. 12. file

Hughes, Lotte (2008). Mining the Maasai Reserve: The story of Magadi. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 2(1) pp. 134–164.

Hughes, Lotte (2007). Rough Time in Paradise: Blames, claims and memory-making around some protected areas in Kenya. Conservation and Society, 5(3) pp. 307–330. file

Beinart, William and Hughes, Lotte (2007). Environment and Empire. Oxford History of the British Empire Companion Series. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Hughes, Lotte (2006). Moving the Maasai: A Colonial Misadventure. St Antony's Series. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. file

Hughes, Lotte (2006). 'Beautiful beasts' and brave warriors: the longevity of a Maasai stereotype. In: Romanucci-Ross, Lola; De Vos, George A. and Tsuda, Takeyuki eds. Ethnic Identity: Problems and Prospects for the Twenty-First Century. Lanham, MD, USA: AltaMira Press, pp. 264–294. file

Hughes, Lotte (2005). Malice in Maasailand: The historical roots of current political struggles. African Affairs, 104(415) pp. 207–224.

Hughes, Lotte (2003). The No-Nonsense Guide to Indigenous Peoples. The No-Nonsense Guides. London and Oxford, UK: New Internationalist Verso.

Hughes, Lotte (2002). Blood Oaths, Boundaries and Brothers. In: The Power of Oral History: Memory, healing and development. 12th International Oral History Conference, 24-27 Jun 2002, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.

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