Ekine, Sokari and Hakima Abbas? [Editors] “Queer African Reader” Fahamu/Pambazuka Press, April 2013
Ekine, Sokari “Women’s Responses to Environmental Destruction and State Violence in the Niger Delta” in “Women’s Lives”?published by McGraw Hill, November 2012
Bracke,? Sarah, Sokari Ekine, Jin Haritaworn, Jennifer Petzen, and Tamsila Tauqir. 2011. “Queer Anti-racist Activism and Strategies of Critique: A Roundtable Discussion”. In Queer Liabilities of Critique [Special Issue]. Feminist Legal Studies. Vol. 19, Issue 2. 2012
Ekine, Sokari [Editor] “SMS Uprising: Mobile Phone Activism in Africa,”? Pambazuka Press, 2010
Ekine, Sokari ‘Women’s Responses to State Violence in the Niger Delta’ in “African Women Writing Resistance: Contemporary Voices”, University of Wisconsin Press, 2010.
Ekine, Sokari ‘Blogging Guide for Civil Society Groups in Global South’ (Tactical Tech Toolkit)?2007.
Ekine, Sokari ‘Freedom to Abuse: Struggle for Women’s Rights in Africa’ in “Grace Tenacity and Eloquence”, Pambazuka Press 2006.
Ekine, Sokari ‘Gendered Violence in the Niger Delta’,?United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, 2005.
“Fightback from the Commons”, co-written with Terisa E. Turner, Annie Brisibe,? Leigh Brownwnhill,? ? Diana Barikor-Wiwa, and Emem J. Okon, 2002.
Ekine, Sokari ‘Blood and Oil: Testimonies of Violence from Women of the Niger Delta’ Published by? Center for Democracy and Development, 2001 –? Research Project with Niger Delta Women for Justice [1999/2000].
Portfolio??including projects in Nigeria and Haiti:
“Niger Delta: Testimonies of Violence” a photo essay on state violence against women of the Niger Delta; ‘Ways of Dying’ a photo essay on the destruction of the main cemetery in Port-au-Prince after the January, 2010 earthquake published in?Saraba, a Nigerian literary journal and ?Mambu Badu. Other works in progress are a documentary on the environmental damage to river beds in Haiti; “Memwa sakre: – lespri ki lan nou menm” [“Sacred memories: -The spirits within us ] – a visual narrative of Haitian Vodou’ begun in January 2014. ?Exhibitions: ?“Manifest Destiny’ at the Little Haiti Cultural Center, Miami, Florida.
Lectures / Seminars / Workshops
April 2014, ‘Black Folks in Dark Times’, “Criminalization and the denial of citizenship – Beyond Anti-LGBTI legislation” presented at Vanderbilt University
November, 2013, ‘Decolonizing Queer’? presentation on?Queer Africa Reader, University of London, Birkbeck College.
April, 2011 Women’s Funding Network “Critique of Social Media in Africa”
April, 2010 Republica Berlin “Unpacking the SMS Activism in Africa”
February, 2010 University of Kent, Department of Law?“Homophobia in Africa”
November, 2009 Center for Policy Development, Lagos, Nigeria, “Use of Mobile Phones for Activism”
October, 2009 SPARCK: Space for PanAfrican Research Creation and Knowledge “WiAiA:?Word into Art into Africa”?Lagos, Nigeria. Workshop facilitator
October, 2009 Graz?International Avant Garde Art Festival [“Steirischer Herbst –?http://www.steirischerherbst.at/2012/english/index.php] “Niger Delta Women, Violence and Resistance”
March, 2009 InfoActivism, Tactical Tech, Bangalore, India – workshop facilitator
February, 2009, Cambridge University, Centre of African Studies and the Centre of Governance & Human Rights – Panel:??“SMS Uprising: How mobile activism in Africa is changing the public sphere”
January, 2009 University Michigan Department of Social Work – keynote speaker?“Homophobia is UnAfrican”