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Philip Gulliver, 1973



1986                    In the Valley of the Nore: A Social History of Thomastown, County Kilkenny

                            1840-1983 (with Marilyn Silverman).  Dublin:  Geography Publications. 

1979                    Disputes and Negotiations: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. New York: Academic Press.

1971                    Neighbours and Networks: The Idiom of Kinship among the Ndendeuli. Berkeley &

                            London: University of California Press.

1963                    Social Control in an African Society.  London: Routledge & Kegan Paul; Boston: Boston

                            University Press.  

1971                    Second impression.

1958                    Land Tenure and Social Change Among the Nyakusa.  Kampala: East African Institute of

                            Social Research (E.A. Studies. No. 11).

1955                    Labour Migration in a Rural Economy. Kampala: East African Institute of Social Research

                            (E.A. Studies, No. 6).

------                    The Family Herds: A Study of Two Pastoral Tribes in East Africa. London: Routledge &

                            Kegan Paul.

                            1966:     Second impression with new introduction and bibliography

                            1973:     Third impression.

                            1974:     New Edition. New York: Greenwood Press.

1953                    The Central Nino-Hamites (with Pamela Gulliver). London: International African

                            Institute (Ethnographic Survey of Africa).

1951                    A Preliminary Survey of the Turkana. Communications from the School of African

                            Studies, No. 26, University of Cape Town

                            1965:     Reprint. 

Edited Books:

1978                    Cross-Examinations: Essays in Memory of Max Gluckman.  Leiden: E.J. Brill.

1969                    Tradition and Transition in East Africa: Studies of the Tribal Factor in the Modern Era

                            London: Routledge & Kegan Paul; Berkeley: University of California Press.

1964                    The Family Estate in East Africa (edited with R.F. Gray). London: Routledge & Kegan

                            Paul; Boston: University of Boston Press..  

Chapters in Books:

1986                    “Negotiations and Arbitration.” In Encyclopedia of Social Science.  London: Routledge.

------                    “An Applied Anthropologist in East Africa.” In R. Grillo (ed.), Social Anthropology and

                            Development Policy. London: Academic Press.

1978                    “Networks and Factions.”  In M. Silverman & R.F. Salisbury (eds.), A House Divided:

                            Anthropological Studies of Factionalism.  St. John’s: Memorial University (Institute of

                            Social and Economic Studies), pp.37-65..

------                    “Process and Decision.”  In P.H. Gulliver (ed.), Cross-Examinations: Essays in Memory of

                            Max Gluckman. Leiden: E.J. Brill, pp.27-52.

1977                    “On Mediators.”  In I. Hammett (ed.), Law and Social Anthropology (A.S.A Monograph

                            14). London: Academic Press, pp. 15-52.

1975                    “An Arusha Land Dispute.” In M. Karp (ed.), African Perspectives. Boston: African

                            Studies Program, Boston University.        

-------                   “Nomadic Movement - Causes and Implications.” In T. Monod  (ed.), Pastoral Peoples

                            and Economic Development. London: Oxford University Press, pp. 369-86.

1972                    “The Turkana of Northwest Kenya.” In A. Molnos (ed.), Cultural Source Materials for

                            Population Planning in East Africa. Nairobi: East African Publishing House.

------                    “Cultural Pluralism in the New African States.”  In E.M. Eppel (ed.), London: World

                            Jewish Congress..

1970                    “Introduction: Case Studies of Law in non-Western Societies.”  In L. Nader (ed.), Law

                            in Culture and Society.  Chicago: Aldine Press, pp. 11-23  

------                    “Dispute Settlement without Courts.” In L. Nader (ed.), Law in Culture and Society

                            Chicago: Aldine Press, pp.23-63.               

------                    “Preface” to S. Charsley, Princes of Nyakusa. Nairobi: East African Publishing House.

1969                    “The Commitment to Tradition: The Arusha and the Masai.”  In P.H. Gulliver (ed.),

                            Tradition and Transition in East Africa.  London: Routledge & Kegan Paul; Berkeley:

                            University of California Press., pp.223-42

1968                    “The Peoples of East Africa.” In W.T.W. Morgan (ed.), Natural Resources of East Africa.

                            London: Oxford University Press.

-----                     “Nomadism - Its Social and Natural Environment.” In P. Rigby (ed.), Societies and Social

                            Change in Eastern Africa. Kampala: East African Institute of Social Research (Nkanga

                            4), pp. 30-41.

------                    “The Jie of Uganda” and “The Turkana.” In Y. Cohen (ed.), Man in Adaptation.  Chicago:

                            Aldine Press, pp. 323-61.

1967                    “Age and Social Structure.” Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences.

1965                    “Anthropology.” In R. Lystad (ed.), The African World: A Survey of Social Research. New

                            York: Praeger, pp. 57-106; London: Pall Mall Press.             

------                    “The Jie of Uganda.” In J. Gibbs (ed.), People of Africa. New York: Holt, Rinehart and

                            Winston, pp. 157-96.  

1964                    “The Arusha Family.”  In P. Gulliver and R.F. Gray, The Family Estate in Africa.   London:

                            Routledge & Kegan Paul, pp. 127-229.

1963                    “The Evolution of Arusha Trade.” In P. Bohannan & G. Dalton (eds.), Markets in Africa.

                            Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, pp. 431-56

                            1965:     Reprinted in a paperback edition of selections from Markets in Africa.

Articles in Refereed Journals:

1985                    “Anthropology in Ireland.” Focus (Summer)

1984                    “Fieldwork.” Royal Anthropological Institute Newsletter 62.

1980                    “The Economics of Pastoralism” (Review article). International Journal of African History


1975                    “Political Evolution in the Songea Ngoni Chiefdoms, 1850-1905.” Bulletin of the School

                            of Oriental and African Studies 37:82-97.

1974                    “Negotiations and Mediation.” Law and Society Papers 3, Berkeley: University of

                            California Law and Society Program.

1973                    “Dispute Settlement by Negotiations: Towards a General Model.”  Law and Society

                            Review 7: 667-9.

1966                    “The Development of Labour Migration in Africa.” Kronick van Afrika 6.

1964                    “Political Parties and Tribes in Kenya.” Race Relations Bulletin.

1963                    “Kenya: Independence and the Tribes.” New Society.

1961                    “Land Shortage, Social Change and Social Conflict. Journal of Conflict Resolution 5:16-


-----                     “Structural Dichotomy and Jural Processes among the Arusha.” Africa 31:19-35.

1960                    “The Population of the Arusha Chiefdom: A High Density Area  in East Africa..” 

                            Rhodes-Livingstone Journal 28:1-21.

-----                     “Incentives in Labour Migration.” Human Organization 19:150-64

                            1965:     Reprinted in P. Van Den Berghe (ed.), Social Problems of Change and Conflict

                                          in Africa.

1959                    “A Tribal Map of Uganda.” Tanganyika Notes and Records 52 & 54:61-74.

1958                    “The Turkana Age Organization.” American Anthropologist 60:900-22.

-----                     “Counting with the Fingers by Two East African Tribes.”  Tanganyika Notes and Records 51.

1957                    “Nyakusa Labour Migration.” Rhodes-Livingstone Journal 21.

------                    “A History of the Relations between the Arusha and Masai.” Conference Papers of the

                            East African Institute of Social Research.

1956                    “A History of the Songea Ngoni.” Tanganyika Notes and Records 49:16-30.

1954                    “The Population of Karamoja.” Uganda Journal 17:179-85.

-----                     “Jie Agriculture.” Uganda Journal 18:65-70.

1953                    “The Age Organization of the Jie.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 83:


------                    “Jie Marriage.” African Affairs 52.

                            1961:     Reprinted in S. Ottenberg (ed.), Cultures and Societies of Africa.

1952                    “The Karamajong Cluster.” Africa 22:1-22.

------                    “Bell-oxen and Ox-names among the Jie.” Uganda Journal 16.

------                    “Nomad Anthropologist.” Corona:129-32.

1951                    “The Name Lango as a term for the Nilo-Hamites. Uganda Journal 16.

Unpublished Technical Reports (now housed in SOAS archives):

1958                Administrative Reform in the Arusha Kingdom. Dar es Salaam, Provincial

                      Administration, Government of Tanganyika.

1957                Report on Land and Population in the Arusha Chiefdom. Dar es Salaam, Provincial

                      Administration, Government of Tanganyika.

1956                Migrant Workers in the Tanga Region. Dar es Salaam, Provincial Administration,

                      Government of Tanganyika.

1955                The Migration of Workers from Tanganyika to the South. Dar es Salaam,

                      Provincial Administration, Government of Tanganyika.

1954                Administrative Survey of the Ngoni and Ndendeuli. Dar es Salaam, Provincial

                      Administration, Government of Tanganyika.




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