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Odhiambo, T, Siundu G.  2014.  Journeying into Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies. Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies. 1(1):1-5.


Odhiambo, T.  2012.  Kwani? and the Imaginations around Re-invention of Art and Culture in Kenya Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes. , New Jersey: Africa World Press


Odhiambo, T.  2011.  Interview between Peterson Kamwathi and Tom Odhiambo. Peterson Kamwathi. , Nairobi, Bayreuth, Nurnberg: Goethe-Institut, Iwalewa-Haus and Verlag fur mordene Kunst
Odhiambo, T.  2011.  Literary Maps of Nairobi’s Citiness. Afropolis: Cairo, Lagos, Nairobi, Kinshasa, Johannesburg. , Koln: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig
Odhiambo, T.  2011.  Wild Men’ & Emergent Masculinities in Postcolonial Kenyan Popular Fiction. Men in African Film and Fiction. , London: James Currey


Odhiambo, T.  2010.  Ways of Being and Not Being in Nairobi. Learning from Nairobi Mobility. , Cologne: KISDedition Cologne
Odhiambo, T.  2010.  The Postcolonial City as ‘Prey and Predator’ in Major Mwangi’s ‘Urban Novels. Popular Snapshots and Tracks to the Past: Cape Town, Nairobi and Lubumbashi. , Tervuren: Royal Museum for Central Africa
Odhiambo, T.  2010.  Gerontocracy and Generational Competition in Kenya Today: An Observation. Remembering Kenya: Identity, Culture and Freedom. , Nairobi: Twaweza Communication and Goethe-Institut, Kenya
Odhiambo, T.  2010.  Writing in New Tongues: Re-Directions in the Works of Dambudzo Marechera and Ben Okri. Journal of Cultural Studies . 8(3):339-356.


Odhiambo, T.  2009.  Emasculated Manhood in a Context of Conflicting Moral Economies. Gender Roundtable Newsletter. 1&2:51-55.


Odhiambo, T, Muponde R.  2008.  The Arrivants. Johannesburg: The Elusive Metropolis. , Durham: Duke University Press
Odhiambo, T.  2008.  Pavement Democracy. Jahazi. 1(3):17-20.
Odhiambo, T.  2008.  Kenyan Popular Fiction in English and the Melodramas of the Underdogs. Research in African Literatures. 39(4):72-82.


Odhiambo, T.  2007.  De Korte Street. At Risk: Writing On and Over the Edge of South Africa . , Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball Publishers
Odhiambo, T.  2007.  Alternative Moral Economies, Crime and Violence in Kenyan Popular Fiction. Urban Legends, Colonial Myths: Popular Culture and Literature in East Africa. , Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press
Odhiambo, T.  2007.  The Search for Ethnic Nationhood in a Cyber Age. Jahazi. 1(1):15-19.
Odhiambo, T.  2007.  Sexual Anxieties and Rampant Masculinities in Postcolonial Kenyan Literature. Social Identities. 13(5):651-663.
Odhiambo, T.  2007.  Juvenile Delinquency and Violence in the Fiction of Three Kenyan Writers. Tydskrif vir Letterkunde. 44(2):134-148.


Odhiambo, T.  2006.  Kenya: Manhood and Violence. Men of the Global South: a Reader. , London: Zed Books
Odhiambo, T.  2006.  Writing Alternative Womanhood in Kenya in Margaret Ogola's The River and the Source. African Identities. 4(2):235-250.


Odhiambo, T.  2005.  The City as a Marker of Modernity in Postcolonial Kenyan Popular Fiction. Scrutiny2. 10(2):46-56.


Odhiambo, T.  2004.  Socio-Sexual Experiences of Black South African Men in K. Sello Duiker’s Thirteen Cents and The Quiet Violence of Dreams. The End of Unheard Narratives: Contemporary Perspectives on Southern African Literatures. , Heidelberg: Kalliope Paperbacks
Odhiambo, T.  2004.  The Romantic Detective in Kenyan Popular Fiction. Social Dynamics. 30(2):190-206.
Odhiambo, T.  2004.  From Fairyland to Lived Life: Narrative Transitions in Children’s Fiction. Journal of African Children’s and Youth Literature. Vol. 15-16:88-95..


Odhiambo, T.  2003.  Troubled Love and Marriage as Work in Kenyan Popular Fiction. Social Identities. 9(3):423-436..

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