For an overview of Iraqw sources, please refer to the following general bibliography.

Fukui, Katsuyoshi. (1970) Alcoholic Drinks of the Iraqw: Brewing methods and social functions. Kyoto University African Studies 5:125-48.
Hagborg, L. (2001). Silence: Disputes on the ground and in the mind among the Iraqw in Karatu District, Tanzania. PhD thesis, Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology. Uppsala: Uppsala University.
Lawi, Y.Q. (2000). May the spider web blind witches and wild animals: Local knowledge and the political ecology of natural resource use in the Iraqwland, Northern Tanzania, 1900-1985. PhD thesis, Department of History. Boston: Boston University.
Mous, Maarten, Martha Qorro and Roland Kiessling. (2001) Iraqw - English dictionary. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe.
Mous, Maarten. (1993) A Grammar of Iraqw. (Cushitic Language Studies, 9.) Hamburg: Helmut Buske.
Redkal, O.B. (1996) Money, Milk and Sorghum Beer: Change and Continuity among the Iraqw of Tanzania, Africa 66, 3. 367-386.
Rekdal, Ole-Bjorn. (1999) The invention by tradition: Creativity and change among the Iraqw of northern Tanzania. PhD Bergen.
Snyder, K. A. 2005. The Iraqw of Tanzania: Negotiating Rural Development, Westview Press, Cambridge, 2005.
Thornton, Robert J. (1980) Space, time, and culture among the Iraqw of Tanzania. New York: Academic Press.
Wada, Shohei. (1971) Marriage Ceremonies and Customs among the Iraqw of Tanzania. Kyoto University African Studies 6: 31-52.
Wada, Shohei. (1975) Political History of Mbulu District: Power struggles and territorial groupings of medicine men. Kyoto University African Studies 9:45-68.
Winter, Edward H. and Lambert Molyneaux. (1963) Population Patterns and Problems Among the Iraqw. Ethnology 2:490-505.
Yoneyama, Toshinao. (1970) Some Basic Notions among the Iraqw of Northern Tanzania. Kyoto University African Studies 5:81-100.