Maseno University

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Name Prof. Fredrick O. Wanyama
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Department Political Science
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Address: School of Development and Strategic Studies,
Maseno University,
P. O. Box 333 - 40105,
Maseno, KENYA
Qualification:  PhD, Maseno University (2004); MA, University of Nairobi (1994); BA, University of Nairobi (1990).
   
Ongoing Research:  Varieties of Democracy in rural Kenya
Publications:

(I) BOOKS

1. Benedicte Fonteneau, Nancy Neamtan, Fredrick Wanyama, Leandro Pereira Morais, Mathieu de Poorter, Carlo Borzaga, Giulia Galera, Tom Fox and Nathaneal Ojong, Social and Solidarity Economy: Our Common Road Towards Decent Work, Turin: International Training Centre of the ILO, 2011. ISBN 978-92-9049-609-0. PP. 158.

 

2. Fredrick Wanyama, Developing Africa from Below: Reflections on Neo-liberal Assumptions in Kenya, Saarbrucken: Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010. ISBN 978-3843352291. PP. 234.

 

3. Benedicte Fonteneau, Nancy Neamtan, Fredrick Wanyama, Leandro Pereira Morais and Mathieu de Poorter, Social and Solidarity Economy: Building a Common Understanding, Turin: International Training Centre of the ILO, 2010. ISBN978-92-9049-568-0. PP. 90


4. Patrick Develtere, Ignace Pollet and Fredrick O. Wanyama (eds.), Cooperating out of Poverty: the Renaissance of the African Cooperative Movement, Geneva: ILO & Washington D.C.: The World Bank Institute, 2008. ISBN 978-92-2-120722-1. PP. 371.

 

(II) MONOGRAPHS


5. Fredrick O. Wanyama, Patrick Develtere and Ignace Pollet, Reinventing the Wheel? African Cooperatives in a Liberalized Economic Environment, Dar es Salaam: ILO Office for Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania and Uganda, 2009. VI+25pp. ISBN: 9789221225560

6. Fredrick O. Wanyama, Surviving Liberalization: the Cooperative Movement in Kenya, Dar es Salaam: ILO Office for Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania and Uganda, 2009. VI+31pp. ISBN: 9789221225645

(III) CHAPTERS IN REFEREED EDITED BOOKS

7. Fredrick O. Wanyama, "Political Leadership and Development in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania", in Maurice N. Amutabi and Shadrack W. Nasong'o (eds.), Regime Change and Succession Politics in Africa: Five Decades of Misrule, New York: Routledge, 2013, PP. 17-47.

8. Fredrick O. Wanyama, "Development Ideology and Western Domination of Africa: A Review of the Dominant Development Ideologies", in David W. Lutz, Paul M. Shimiyu and George N. Osengo (eds.), Rethinking Integral Development in Africa, Nairobi: Consolata Institute of Philosophy Press, 2011, PP. 7-35.

9. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Voting without Institutionalized Political Parties: Lessons from the Primaries and Manifestoes of the 2007 General Elections in Kenya”, in Karuti Kanyinga and Duncan Okello (eds.), Tensions and Reversals in Democratic Transitions: The Kenya 2007 General Elections, Nairobi: Society for International Development & Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi, 2010, PP. 33-73.

10. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “From a Socialist Order to Liberal Politics: Democratic Transition in Tanzania”, in Shadrack Nasongo (ed.), The African Search for Stable Forms of Statehood: Essays in Political Criticism, New York, USA; Queenston, Canada; & Lampeter, UK: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2008. PP. 101-140.

11. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “The Qualitative and Quantitative Growth of the Cooperative Movement in Kenya”, in P. Develtere, I. Pollet and F. Wanyama (eds.), Cooperating out of Poverty: the Renaissance of the African Cooperative Movement, Geneva: ILO & Washington D.C.: The World Bank Institute, 2008. PP. 91-127.

12. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “The Invisible, but Resilient African Cooperatives: Some Concluding Remarks”, in P. Develtere, I. Pollet and F. Wanyama (eds.), Cooperating out of Poverty: the Renaissance of the African Cooperative Movement, Geneva: ILO & Washington D.C.: The World Bank Institute, 2008. PP. 366-371.

13. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Local Organizations and Sustainable Development in Kenya”, in Jan Kamenju and P. G. Okoth (eds.), Power Play and Policy in Kenya: An Interdisciplinary Discourse, Nairobi: Oakland Books & Security Research and Information Centre, 2006. PP. 75-108.

14. Patrick Develtere, Els Hertogen and Fredrick Wanyama, “The Emergence of Multilevel Governance in Kenya”, in Patrick Develtere (ed.), Social Movements and Social Economy in the South, Leuven: ACCO, 2007. PP. 185-218.

15. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Institutionalizing Democracy in Kenya through Foreign Aid”, in Cay Etzold and Sylvester K. Mutuku (eds.), Institutionalizing Democracy in Kenya: Prospects and Challenges, Nairobi: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), 2002.

16. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “The role of the Presidency in African conflicts,” in P.G. Okoth and B. A. Ogot (eds.), Conflicts in Contemporary Africa. Nairobi: Jomo Kenyatta Foundation, 2000.

17. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Conflict Resolution in Africa by Africans: A Review of Past Experiences and Prospects for the 21st Century,” in P. Godfrey Okoth (ed.), Africa at the Beginning of the 21st Century. Nairobi: Nairobi University Press, 2000.

18. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Democratization in Africa: Advances and Setbacks,” in P. Godfrey Okoth (ed.), Africa at the Beginning of the 21st Century. Nairobi: Nairobi University Press, 2000.

(IV) ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

19. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Kenya”, in Thomas M. Leonard (ed.), Encyclopedia of the Developing World, Vol. 2, New York & London: Routledge, 2006, pp. 902-905.

20. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Mau Mau”, in Thomas M. Leonard (ed.), Encyclopedia of the Developing World, Vol. 2, New York & London: Routledge, 2006, pp. 1002-1003.


(V) REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

 21.Fredrick O. Wanyama, "Some Positive Aspects of Neo-liberalism for African Development: The Revival of Solidarity in Cooperative", International Journal of Arts and Commerce, Vo. 2, No.1, January 2013, PP. 126-148.

22. Esha Faki Mwinyihaji and Fredrick O. Wanyama, "The Media, Terrorism and Political Mobilization of Muslims in Kenya", Politics and Religion, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2011, PP. 103-112.

23. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “From Development to Western Domination: A Critique of Development Theory in Africa”, Journal of Science, Technology Education and Management, Vol. 3, Nos. 1 & 2, September 2010, PP. 96-118.


24. Fredrick O. Wanyama, Patrick Develtere and Ignace Pollet, “Reinventing the Wheel? African Cooperatives in a Liberalized Economic Environment”, Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, Vol. 80, No. 3, 2009, pp. 361-392.


25. Fredrick O. Wanyama, Patrick Develtere and Ignace Pollet, “Encountering the Evidence: Cooperatives and Poverty Reduction in Africa”, Journal of Cooperative Studies, Vol. 41, No. 3, December 2008, pp. 16-27.

26. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Voluntary Organizations and the Transformation of Governance in Africa: Perspectives from Community Based Organizations in Kenya”, Journal of Science, Technology Education and Management, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2007, pp. 135-158.

27. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Interfacing the State and the Voluntary Sector for African Development: Lessons from Kenya”, Africa Development, Vol. 31, No. 4, 2006, pp. 73-103.

28. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Donor Conditionalities and the Rejuvenation of Participatory Development in Kenya: the Making of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper and Implementation of the ACP-EU Cotonou Agreement”, Maseno University Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2007, pp. 109-122.

29. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Civil Society and the Lopsided Democratization Process: The Unfulfilled Expectations of Community-Based Organizations in Rural Kenya”, The East African Journal of Human Rights and Democracy, Vol.1, No.1, 2003, pp. 43-57.

30. Fredrick O. Wanyama, “Grassroots Organization for Sustainable Development: The Case of Community-Based Organizations in Western Kenya”, in Regional Development Studies, Vol. 7, 2001, pp. 55-77.

(VI) BOOK REVIEWS
31. Robert M. Press (2006), Peaceful Resistance: Advancing Human Rights and Democratic Freedoms, Aldershot, U.K: Ashgate Publishers, in African Studies Review, Vol. 50, No. 2, 2007, pp. 257-258.