Joshia Osamba

Mr Osamba is lecturer in the Department of History at Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya. He specialises in military history, governance and constitutionalism, and conflict resolution. In his research he has especially focused on ethnic conflict, governance, and African indigenous methods of conflict resolution. From mid-July 2000 he will be studying as a Fulbright Junior Scholar at Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, towards a Ph.D. in Dispute Resolution.

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Peace building and Transformation from below

Indigenous Approaches to Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation among the Pastoral Societies in the Borderlands of Eastern Africa
26 Feb 2001 | AJCR

The Sociology of Insecurity

Cattle Rustling and Banditry in North-Western Kenya
25 Jun 2000 | AJCR