Ginio, Ruth. French Colonialism Unmasked: The Vichy Years in French West Africa. Lincoln & London: Nebraska University Press, 2006, 243 pp.
(Published in May 2008 in paperback edition).
Ginio, Ruth. European Colonialism: Ideology, Policy, Resistance. Tel-Aviv: Open University of Israel, 2012 [In Hebrew]
Efrat Ben Ze'ev, Ruth Ginio, and Jay Winter (eds.), Shadows of War: A History of Silence in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010
Ginio, Ruth. "Colonial Minds and African Witchcraft: Interpretations of Murder Cases from French West Africa in the Interwar era", in: Martin Thomas (ed), The French Colonial Mind. Lincoln: Nebraska University Press, 2011, 49-71.
Ginio Ruth, “African Soldiers, French Women, and Colonial Fears during and after World War II” in: Judith Byfield, Carolyn Brown,
Timothy Parsons, and Ahmad Sikainga (eds), Re-centering Africa in the History of the Second World War. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming
Ginio, Ruth. “French Colonial Reading of Ethnographic Research – The Case of the ‘Desertion’ of the Abron King and Its Aftermath”. Cahiers d’Etudes africaines, 166, 42:2 (2002), 337-357
Ginio, Ruth. “African Colonial Soldiers between Memory and Forgetfulness: The Case of Post-Colonial Senegal”. Outremers: Revue d'Histoire , 94, 350-351 (2006), 141-155.
Ginio, Ruth. “French Officers, African Officers, and the Violent Image of African Colonial Soldiers”, Historical Reflections, 36:2, 2010, 59-75.
Ginio, Ruth. “’Cherchez la femme’: African Gendarmes, Quarrelsome Women, and French Commanders in French West Africa, 1945-1960”. International Journal of African Historical Studies, 47:1 (2014), 37-53
Ginio, Ruth. "Fighting the War of Others: African Soldiers in the French Army during World War I", Historia, 33 (2014), 35-61 [in Hebrew]