Political culture and nationalism in Malawi: Building kwacha
[Review of ]. American Historical Review, 116(2), 551–552.
The rhetoric of Sir Garfield Todd: Christian imagination and the dream of an African democracy
[Review of ]. African Studies Review, 51(3), 181–183.
The Tonga-speaking peoples of Zambia and Zimbabwe: Essays in honor of Elizabeth Colson
Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Imperialism, race and resistance: Africa and Britain, 1919- 1945.
[Review of ]. American Historical Review, 107(1), 165–166.
Northward from Cape Town: The Anglican Church Railway Mission in southern Africa, 1885-1980.
[Review of ]. Journal of African History, 43(2), 344–345.
The uncertain promise of southern Africa
[Review of ]. African Economic History, (30), 153–154.
The moral economy of the state: Conservation, community development, and state making in Zimbabwe.
[Review of ]. Journal of African History, 42(2), 343–344.
The ghost of equality: The public lives of D. D. T. Jabavu of South Africa, 1885-1959.
[Review of ]. American Historical Review, 104(1), 295–296.
Time and the hour: Nigeria, East Africa, and the Second World War
[Review of ]. International Journal of African Historical Studies, 32(2-3), 599–600.
Genealogies of conflict: Class, identity, and state in Palestine/Israel and South Africa, by Ran Greenstein
[Review of ]. International Journal of African Historical Studies, 30(2), 455–458.
Black and White in southern Zambia: The Tonga Plateau economy and British imperialism, 1890-1939
New York: Greenwood Press.