My specialities within the sub-discipline of Cultural Anthropology are history of anthropological theory, cultural change, associations, and identity. My major research sites are in Africa: Nigeria, Cameroon, and Zimbabwe.
Becoming Nigerian in Ijo Society. Co-author with M. Hollos. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Ethnic Conflict, History, and State Formation in Africa. In, Population, Ethnicity, and Nation-Building, edited by Calvin Goldscheider, pp. 77-90. Boulder: Westview Press.
Pluralism. In, The Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology, edited by David Levinson and Melvin Ember, Vol 3, pp. 940-943. Lakeville, CT: American Reference Publishing.
History, Social Structure and Migration in the Niger DeltaIn, The Multi-Disciplinary Approach to African History, Nkparom C. Ejituwu, ed., pp. 185-194.
Remodeling Concepts of the Self: An Ijo Example. With M. Hollos. Ethos 29,3:371-387.
Cultural Identity in the Multi-cultural Niger Delta. In, Ways of the Rivers: Arts and Environment in the Niger Delta. Martha Anderson and Philip Peek, eds. UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, pp. 15-21.