Journal of Eastern African Studies

(The TQCC of Journal of Eastern African Studies is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Kenya’s 2017 elections: winner-takes-all politics as usual?23
(Re)making politics in a new urban Ethiopia: an empirical reading of the right to the city in Addis Ababa’s condominiums21
Women’s political inclusion in Kenya’s devolved political system19
Sitting at the table: securing benefits for pastoral women from land tenure reform in Ethiopia18
Rethinking publics in Africa in a digital age18
WhatsApp as ‘digital publics’: the Nakuru Analysts and the evolution of participation in county governance in Kenya17
#Whatwouldmagufulido? Kenya’s digital “practices” and “individuation” as a (non)political act16
From protection to repression: the politics of street vending in Kampala15
‘Tapanduka Zvamuchese’: Facebook, ‘unruly publics’, and Zimbabwean politics15
Mobile phones in the transformation of the informal economy: stories from market women in Kampala, Uganda14
“We all voted for it”: experiences of participation in community-based ecotourism from the foothills of Mt Kilimanjaro14
Judicialisation of politics and Kenya’s 2017 elections13
Intensified local grievances, enduring national control: the politics of land in the 2017 Kenyan elections12
Violence, security and the policing of Kenya’s 2017 elections12
Understanding Rwandan politics through thelongue durée: from the precolonial to the post-genocide era11
Thebricolageof REDD+ in Zanzibar: from global environmental policy framework to community forest management11
From “All for some” to “Some for all”? A historical geography of pro-poor water provision in Kampala10
A currency muddle: resistance, materialities and the local use of money during the East African rupee crisis (1919–1923)10
Ethiopian foreign policy and the Ogaden War: the shift from “containment” to “destabilization,” 1977–199110
Bringing The Daily Mail to Africa: entertainment websites and the creation of a digital youth public in post-genocide Rwanda10
The cultural construction of state borders: the view from Gambella10