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Number of items: 9.

2018

Lamont, Mark (2018). Forced male circumcision and the politics of foreskin in Kenya. African Studies, 77(2) pp. 293–311. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Hughes, Lotte and Lamont, Mark (2018). Introduction: Cultural rights and constitutional change. African Studies, 77(2) pp. 159–170. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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

2017

Lamont, Mark (2017). Ruin, or repair? Infrastructural Sociality and an Economy of Disappearances along a Rural Road in Kenya. In: Beck, Karl; Klaeger, Gabriel and Stasik, Michael eds. The Making of the African Road. Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies (18). Brill, pp. 171–196.

2015

Lamont, Mark and Lee, Rebekah (2015). Arrive Alive: Road Safety in Kenya and South Africa. Technology and Culture, 56(2) pp. 464–488. file

2014

Lamont, Mark (2014). 3 Malinowski and the "Native Question". In: Darnell, Regna and Gleach, Frederic W. eds. Anthropologists and Their Traditions Across National Borders. Histories of Anthropology Annual. University of Nebraska Press, pp. 69–110.

2013

Lamont, Mark (2013). Speed Governors: Road Safety and Infrastructural Overload in Post-Colonial Kenya, c. 1963–2013. Africa, 83(3) pp. 367–384.

2012

Lamont, Mark (2012). Accidents Have No Cure! Road Death as Industrial Catastrophe in Eastern Africa. African Studies, 71(2) pp. 174–194.

2011

Lamont, Mark (2011). Decomposing pollution? Corpses, Burials, and Affliction among the Meru of Central Kenya. In: Jindra, Michael and Noret, Joël eds. Funerals in Africa: explorations of a social phenomenon. Berghahn Books.

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