Gone to Ground: A History of Environment and Infrastructure in Dar es Salaam (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2020). Series: “Intersections: Histories of Environment, Science, and Technology in the Anthropocene.”
Landscape, Environments and Technology in Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa. Coedited by Emily Brownell and Toyin Falola (Routledge African Studies Series, 2012).
Africa, Empire and Globalization: Essays in Honor of A.G. Hopkins. Edited by Toyin Falola and Emily Brownell (Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2011).
Articles & Chapters
Comment on Jacob Doherty, “Maintenance Space: The Political Authority of Garbage in Kampala, Uganda.” Current Anthropology 60(1) 2019.
“Growing Hungry: The politics of food distribution and the shifting boundaries between urban and rural in Dar es Salaam” Global Environment: A Journal of History and Natural and Social Sciences, Issue 9.1, 2016
“Seeing Dirt in Dar es Salaam: Urban Citizenship and Waste in a Postcolonial Tanzania” in The Art of Citizenship in African Cities. ed. Mamadou Diof and Rosalind Fredericks (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).
“Cropped Out: Considering environmental history through my car window” in The Appendix: A New Journal of Narrative and Experimental History. Issue 1.4 October, 2013
“International Trash and the Politics of Poverty: Conceptualizing the Transnational Waste Trade” in Nation-States and the Global Environment, coedited by Mark Lawrence, Erika Bsumek and David Kinkela (Oxford University Press, 2013).
“Negotiating the New Economic Order of Waste” Environmental History 16 (April 2011): 262-289.