**Indicates refereed publications


Phillips, Kristin D. 2018. An Ethnography of Hunger: Politics, Subsistence, and the Unpredictable Grace of the Sun. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.**

Journal Articles

Phillips, Kristin D. 2013. Dividing the Labor of Development: Education and Participation in Rural Tanzania, Comparative Education Review 57(4), 637-661.**

Phillips, Kristin D. 2011. Educational Policymaking in the Tanzanian Postcolony: Authenticity, Accountability and the Politics of Culture. Critical Studies in Education, 52: 3, 235-250.**

Phillips, Kristin D. 2010. “Pater Rules Best: Political Kinship and Party Politics in Tanzania’s Presidential Elections”. PoLAR: Political & Legal Anthropology Review 33(2).**

Phillips, Kristin D. 2009. “Hunger, Healing, and Citizenship in Rural Tanzania”. African Studies Review. 52(1): 23–45: 109-132.**

Phillips, Kristin D. 2008. “Cultivating Choice: The Invisible Hands of Educational Opportunity in Tanzania,” by Kristin Phillips and Amy Stambach, in The Globalisation of School Choice? Edited by M. Forsey, S. Davies, and G. Walford. Oxford: Symposium Books.

Phillips, Kristin D. 2004. “The Gendered Regime of Women’s Work: A View from Tanzanian Internet Cafes.” Women’s Studies Quarterly 31(3&4), pp. 76-93.**

Book Sections

Phillips, Kristin D. 2018. Paternalism. In Callan, Hilary. International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Wiley-Blackwell.

Phillips, Kristin D. 2015. Nyerere’s Ghost: Political Filiation, Paternal Discipline, and the Construction of Legitimacy in Multiparty Tanzania. In Fouere, Marie-Aude. Remembering Nyerere: History, Memory, Legacy. 97-126. Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota Press.

Phillips, Kristin D. 2011. “Cultivating Schools for Rural Development: Labor, Learning, and the Challenge of Food Sovereignty in Tanzania” by Kristin Phillips and Daniel Roberts, in Robert, Sarah and Weaver-Hightower, Marcus (Eds). School Food Politics, 71-93. New York: Peter Lang.

Book Reviews

Phillips, Kristin D. 2018. Book Review. Sovereignty in Exile: A Saharan Liberation Movement Governs. Alice Wilson. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016. 312 pp. American Ethnologist 45(1): 141-142.

Phillips, Kristin D. 2018. Book Review. Human Rights: An Anthropological Reader by Mark Goodale (Wiley-Blackwell Press). PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 34(1): 195-197.

Phillips, Kristin D. 2011. Book Review. Uncertain Honor: Modern Motherhood in an African Crisis by Jennifer Johnson-Hanks (University of Chicago Press). American Ethnologist 33(4): 4031-32.