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Warigia Bowman Ph.D.,M.A.,J.D.

Assistant Professor of Law College of Law
918-631-2450
wmb1339@utulsa.edu
Curriculum Vitae [PDF]
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Ph.D., JFK School of Government, Harvard University
M.A., LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin
J.D., School of Law, University of Texas at Austin
B.A., Columbia College, Columbia University

Administrative Law
Water Law


The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Book Chapters


Information Technology in Kenya's 2013 General Election, in Kenya's 2013 Elections: Perspectives for Democratic Practice

Imagining A Modern Rwanda: Socio-technical Imaginaries, Information Technology and the Post-genocide state, in Socio-Technical Imaginaries

An African Perspective on the IT Revolution, in A Planet for Life

Technology and Governance, in Political and Civic Leadership

Conference Proceeding


Electronic Voting Best Practices" Summary and Report of the Voting, Vote Capture & Vote Counting Symposium, June 2-4, 2004,

Others


Bowman, Warigia and Brian Longwe, "Technology, Transparency, and the Kenyan General Election of 2013," Al Jazeera.net, March 29, 2013

Building Resilient Communications Networks, Egypt Independent, July 30, 2011.

Protecting Freedom of Information in Egypt, Egypt Independent, March 4, 2011

Moving Forward in Kenya." The Boston Globe, January 6, 2008.

Journal Articles


Warigia & James D. Bowman. Censorship or Self Control: Hate Speech, the State and the Voter in the Kenyan Election of 2013, 54(3) Journal of Modern African Studies 495 (2016).

Circle of Life, Ancestors, Spirits and Motherhood, 23 JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Womens' Studies (2013).

Bowman, Warigia and L. Jean Camp, Protecting the Internet from Dictators: Technical and Policy Solutions for preserving online freedoms, 18(1) The Innovation Journal (2013).

Governance, Technology and the Search for Modernity in Kenya, 1 Wm. & Mary Pol. Rev. 87 (2010).

Bowman, Warigia and Arifa Khandwalla, The Promise of Public Access: Lessons from the American Experience, 1 Information, Communication and Ethics in Society 87 (2003).

Warigia Bowman & Rebecca Glazier, Civic Engagement Through Community-Based Research: Undergraduate and Graduate Collaboration on the 2016 Little Rock Congregation Study, Journal of Political Science Education (2018)

Warigia Bowman, Developing Information and Communications Technology in Uganda: An Analysis of Policies and Prospects through a Civil Society Lens, Review of Policy Research (2018)

Research Report


Warigia Bowman & Bob Bell, Uchaguzi: a qualitative and quantitative analysis of ICTs, Statebuilding and Peacebuilding in Kenya (Center for Global Communication Studies, University of Pennsylvania) (2015)

Book Reviews


Review of Third World Citizens and the Information Technology Revolution, by Nivien Saleh, The New Political Science, 2012, Volume 34, Issue 3: 419-421

Review of Starved for Science by Robert Paarlberg, Review of Policy Research 2010, Volume 27, Issue 6: 825-826.