- “The Changing System of Land Ownership and its Socio-economic Effects in Lugari Division, Western Kenya, c.1880-2000” Ph. D Dissertation, Department of History, Michigan State University, December 2009.
- “KENYA’S ECONOMIC POLICY SINCE 1945”, Book chapter in Aseka, Erick M. et. al. (Eds.) THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF TRANSITION: A Study of Issues and Social Movements in Kenya since 1945 Nairobi: Eight Publishers, 1999
- “The Search for True Democracy in Kenya” Co-authored book chapter in WRITERS SPEAK: Essays on Literature and Democracy Edited with an Introduction by: Kitula King'ei & Henry Indangasi, Nairobi: Writers Association of Kenya (WAK) 1997
- “Agriculture and Socio-economic Change among the Wanga of Mumias Division, 1860 – 1945” MA Thesis, 1992, History Department, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya
- Scholars Discuss American Studies. Review article in KAMESA Newsletter issue No. 2 June, 1996. pp. 5 – 7
- THE 1998 PAN AFRICAN STUDIES SYMPOSIUM AND EXHIBITION - Review Article, KAMESA Newsletter Issue No. 2 1998.
- “Ethnicity, Land Ownership and Conflict in Western Kenya: The History, Issues and Agenda” Brown Bag Paper, Presented at the African Studies Center, Michigan State University, Thursday, April 10, 2008.
- “Some Reflections on Intra-state Ethnic Conflicts and Democratization in Kenya since 1990” Paper Presented at the 45th African Studies Association Conference on: Africa in the Information and Technology and Age, December 5-8, 2002, Marriott Wardman Hotel, Washington DC.
- “From Consecration Centers to Concentration Camps: Alice Lakwena and the Holy Spirit Movement in Northern Uganda, 1980-1997”, Paper written for Presentation at the 2003 Annul Mid-Western Graduate Student Conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
- “Women and Goats, Men and Tradition: The Role and Status of Women in Gikuyu Society, 1880-1960”, Paper Written for Presentation at the 2001 Annual Conference of Mid-Western Graduate Student Conference, University of Illinois –Urbana Champaign