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Oxby, Clare (2015). Calendar Pluralism and the Cultural Heritage of Domination and Resistance. In: Ruggles, Clive L.N. (ed.) Handbook of Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy (pp. 1107-1113). New York: Springer 10.1007/978-1-4614-6141-8_103


Oxby, Clare (2014). Social differentiation of risk: perceptions of the future in drought-prone Central Niger. Journal des Africanistes, 84(1), pp. 106-129. Société des Africanistes


Oxby, Clare (2012). Touareg and 'sub-Saharan' migrants at the southern borders of the Arab Spring. A view from Tamanrasset, Algeria (Unpublished). In: The Arab Spring and Beyond: Human Mobility, Forced Migration and Institutional Responses. Refugee Studies Centre, International Migration Institute and Oxford Diasporas Programme. 20.03.2012.

Oxby, Clare (2012). Relatedness – use versus abuse. A re-exploration of Tuareg kinship notions and practices (C. Niger, S. Algeria and cross border migrants) (Unpublished). In: African Studies Association UK (ASAUK) Biennial Conference 2012. University of Leeds. 6-8 september 2012.


Mezhoud, Salem; Oxby, Clare (2011). Disentangling "Forced Displacement" from Pastoral Mobility: Recovery and Reconstruction in the Sahel and in South Sudan. In: Sternberg, Troy; Chatty, Dawn (eds.) Modern Pastoralism and Conservation: Old Problems, New Challenges. Anthropology and Ethnology Today Series: Vol. 16 (pp. 59-82). White Horse Press

Oxby, Clare (2011). Will the 2010 'Code Pastoral' Help Herders in Central Niger? Land Rights and Land Use Strategies in the Grasslands of Abalak and Dakoro Departments. Nomadic peoples, 15(2), pp. 53-81. Montréal: Commission on Nomadic Peoples 10.3167/np.2011.150205


Oxby, Clare (2010). Keeping a grip on the future - herder strategies to retain territorial security in Niger's increasingly anarchic 'pastoral zone'. Ethnologie in der Schweiz heute. SEG Jahrestagung - Colloque annuel de la SSE - Annual meeting of SEG/SSE - 12/13 November 2010. Panel 'Making A Future': Coping With Risk And Uncertainty, Negotiating Solidarity And Individuality In Contemporary Africa And Beyond, organized by Jan Patrick Heiss and Michaela Pelican, University of Zurich, University of Bern, 13.11.2010.

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