Examines the complex sociologies, politics and histories of the
debates that arose after the death of Kenyan lawyer S.M.Otieno and
the struggle over where his body should be buried. The dispute
between his wife and members of Otieno's clan revealed a range of
issues as diverse as the meaning of death and the purpose of
interment, the standing of statutory and traditional law, the
nature of marriage, and the value and power of such constructs as
'modernity', 'tradition', 'Kenyan', 'Luo' and 'home'. North
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