Journal Articles

Joireman, Sandra F., “Intergenerational Land Conflict in Northern Uganda:  children, customary law and return migration, Africa, 88 (1) 2018: 81–98.

Joireman, Sandra F., “Future Rights for Future Citizens: children’s property rights in fragile environments,” Oxford Development Studies, (published online in advance of print December 2017),

Joireman, Sandra F., “Ethnic Violence, Local Security and Return Migration: Enclave communities in Kosovo,” International Migration, 55(5), October 2017, 122-135.

Joireman, Sandra F. and Laura S Meitzner Yoder, “A Different Way Home: Post-conflict Rural Property Restitution under Customary Law, Development and Change, 47(3): 563–585.

Joireman, Sandra F., External Conditionalities and Institutional Change: Constructing Constituencies for the Rule of Law in Kosovo, East European Politics & Societies, 30, May 2016, 315-331. doi:10.1177/0888325415593631

Joireman, Sandra F., “Resigning their Rights? Impediments to Women’s Property Ownership in Kosovo,” Global Trends in Land Tenure Reforms: Gender Impacts, Caroline Archambault and Annelies Zoomers eds., Routledge, 2015, pp. 237-250.

Joireman, Sandra F. and Jon Unruh, “Conflict, Forced Migration and Property Claims,” Middle East Research and Information Project, June 10, 2015.

Joireman, Sandra F., “Aiming for Certainty: The Kanun, Blood Feuds and the Ascertainment of Customary Law,“ The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 46(2), 2014, pp. 235-248.

Joireman, Sandra F., ”Rebuilding Communities after Violent Conflict: Informal Justice Systems and Resource Access,” Harvard Human Rights Journal, November 2014.

Joireman, Sandra F. and Jason Brown, “Property: Human Right or Commodity? Journal of Human Rights,12(2), 2013, pp. 165-179.

Joireman, Sandra F., “The Property Rights of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons: Beyond Restitution,” By Anneke Smit, Journal of Refugee Studies, 2013, 26: 597-599.

Joireman, Sandra F., Adam Sawyer and Juliana Wilhoit, “A Different Way Home: Resettlement Patterns in Northern Uganda,” Political Geography, 31(4), 2012, 197-204.

Joireman, Sandra F., “An Abundance of Violence and a Poverty of Words,” Ethnopolitics, Volume 9 Issue 2, 2010, 275-279.

Joireman, Sandra F., “Killing Neighbors: Webs of Violence in Rwanda,” Lee Ann Fujii, Nations and Nationalism, 16(1), 2010, 198-200.

Joireman, Sandra F., “Food Insecurity in the United States,” Mother Earth Sister Peace, Winter 2010, p.6.

Henrysson, Elin and Sandra F. Joireman, “On the Edge of the Law: Women’s Property Rights and Dispute Resolution in Kisii, Kenya,” Law & Society Review, Volume 43 (1), 2009, 39-60.

Joireman, Sandra F., “Still Hungry: Does aid do more harm than good?” The Christian Century, Vol. 126 (26), December 29, 2009, 21- 23.

Joireman, Sandra F., “The Ethiopian Revolution: War in the Horn of Africa,” African Studies Review, 52(3), December 2009, 178-179.

Joireman, S.F. “The Mystery of Capital Formation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Women, property rights and customary law,World Development, July 2008 (Vol. 36, No. 7), p.1233-1246.

Joireman, Sandra F., “Enforcing New Property Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Ugandan Constitution and the 1998 Land Act,Comparative Politics, 39(4), 463-480, July 2007.

Joireman, Sandra F., “Myths and Realities in the Distribution of Socioeconomic Resources and Political Power in Ethiopia,” Kasahun Woldemariam, African Studies Review, 50(1), April 2007, p.166

Joireman, Sandra Fullerton, “The Evolution of the Common Law: Legal Development in Kenya and India,” Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 41(2), July 2006.

Joireman, Sandra F., “Killing Zone: What Can Be Done in Darfur?”, The Christian Century, 123 (24) p. 10-11, Nov 28, 2006.

Joireman, Sandra Fullerton, “Colonization and the Rule of Law: comparing the effectiveness of common law and civil law countries,” Constitutional Political Economy, 15(4), December 2004.

Bevan, Phillipa and Sandra Fullerton Joireman, “The Perils of Measuring Poverty: Identifying the ”Poor” in Rural Ethiopia,” Oxford Development Studies, Volume 25(3), (October 1997).

Joireman, Sandra Fullerton, “Opposition Politics and Ethnicity in Ethiopia: We Will All Go Down Together,” Journal of Modern African Studies, Vol.35, No.3, (September 1997).

Joireman, Sandra Fullerton, “Contracting for Land: Lessons from Litigation in a Communal Tenure Area of Ethiopia,” Canadian Journal of African Studies, Vol. 30(3) (February 1996).

Joireman, Sandra Fullerton, “The Minefield of Land Reform: Comments on the Eritrean Land Proclamation,” African Affairs, Vol. 95 Number 379, (April 1996).