Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education The Open University
Ph.D. (History). Thesis title: Oil politics in Ecuador and Nigeria: a perspective from environmental history on the struggles between ethnic minority groups, multinational oil companies and national governments University of the Free State
Steyn P (2014) Oil, ethnic minority groups and environmental struggles against multinational oil companies and the Federal Government in the Nigerian Niger Delta since the 1990s. In: Armiero M, Sedrez L (ed.). A history of environmentalism: local struggles, global histories, London: Bloomsbury, pp. 57-81.
Steyn P (2011) Book review of: Riding High: Horses, Humans and History in South Africa. By Sandra Swart.
Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2010. Pp. xiv+344. (ISBN 978-1-86814-514-0)., Journal of African History, 52 (2), pp. 263-264.
Steyn P (2011) Changing times, changing palates: the dietary impacts of Basuto adaptation to new rulers, crops, and markets, 1830s-1966. In: Folke Ax C, Brimnes N, Jensen NT, Oslund K (ed.). Cultivating the colonies: colonial states and their environmental legacies. Research in International Studies, Global and Comparative Studies Series, 12, Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, pp. 214-236.
Steyn P (2009) Shell-BP and the Nigerian Civil War. In: Falola Toyin, Childs Matt D (ed.). The Changing Worlds of Atlantic Africa: Essays in Honor of Robin Law, Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 425-443.
Steyn P (2006) Shell International, the Ogoni People and Environmental Injustice in the Niger Delta, Nigeria: The Challenge of Securing Environmental Justice in an Oil-based Economy. In: Hood Washington Sylvia, Rosier Paul C, Goodall Heather (ed.). Echoes from the Poisoned Well: Global Memories of Environmental Injustice, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, pp. 371-388.
Steyn P (2004) Book review of: Social History and African Environments, William Beinart and JoAnn McGregor (eds) (Oxford, James Currey, 2003), xii275 pp., ISBN 0 85255 950 X., Journal of Southern African Studies, 30 (4), pp. 904-906.