Department: History, Archeology And Political Studies
Position: Senior Lecturer
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844-00100,Kenyatta University
Tel No: (254)724-335116.
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  1. Environment and Spatial Distribution of Settlements on the Lower Tana during the Holocene period.
  2. corus research on the evolution of settlement and the environmental in Eastern Africa. Research project sponsored by IRD.


  1. Ndiiri, w. S. (1999). “Environmental Research on the Lower Tana in World Archaeological Bulletin Vol. 10. Sept.- Oct. 1999 et al ian Lilley p.6
  2. Ndiiri, W.S. et atl (1997d) Report on Iron Working communities of the Upper Tana & Environment ca 1000-1900 AD. Chemi Chemi Journal of Faculty of Arts, Kenyatta University Vol. 1 No. 1 pg 31-48
  3. Ndiiri, W. S. (1997c) “Environment and Cultural Resource Management: ‘A Synthesis’ (Forthcoming Proceedings of International Workshop on Urbanism and Monuments Conservation.
  4. Ndiiri, W. S. (1997b)”Physical Analysis in Archaeological Reconstruction” Mvita Vol. 7 Pp5-12.
  5. Ndiiri, W.S. (1997a). “Exchange Systems in Archaeological Past” Chemi Chemi Journal of Faculty of Arts, Kenyatta University. Vol. 1 No. 1. Pg 14-31
  6. Ndiiri, W.S. 1996. “Continuity and Change: A Case Study of Ceramic Technology on the Kenya Coast” in Journal of Eastern African Research & Dev. Vol. 26 pp 231-237.
  7. Ndiiri, W.S. 1992. ‘An Ethnoarchaelogical Study of Contemporary Local Pottery on the Kenya Coast’ Mvita No. 4 pp. 1-4

Conference Attended

  1. 2008 Sacred sites, Heritage & identlities in East Africa.
  2. July 30th – 1st August 2008 Mombasa Kenya presented a paper “Palynological investigation of the Lower Tana a casefor environmental change”
  3. 11-15 April 2005 Codesria Workshop on social studies in Africa.
  4. 14-16 May 1995 Attended and presented a paper at International Workshop on Urban and Monuments Conservation at National Museums of Kenya.

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