Dr Julius Gathogo

Title/Qualifications: PhD (Religious Studies/Theology, April 2007), Post Doc (Dec 2011), PhD (History, Feb. 2016) MSC Edu (Teacher Leadership) ongoing
Department/Unit/Section: Philosophy and Religious Studies
Contact Address: Kenyatta University, Mombasa Campus, P. O Box 16778, Mombasa, 80100 Kenya
Position: Senior Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Liberation History, Ecclesiastical History, comparative religions and Philosophical and political Theology
Research Interests: Reconstructive impact of African Heritage, political theologies/histories,contemporary theologies/histories,impacts and contributions of religions/philosophies to Society
Cell phone: 0738 909 182 and 0723 332 643
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Tweeter address:@jumgathogo
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Area of Specialization: Ecclesiastical History, comparative religions and Philosophical and political Theology

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Conference Presentations

  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:Continuity of African Indigenous Rituals in the African Ecclesiology From a Historical Perspective: The Kenyan Experience South Africa,Pretoria University 11-15 July 2016 Annual (JOINT) Conference,Pretoria University 11-15 July 2016,Theme: Popular faith and canonical faith of the Church in Southern African Christianity
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:The use of French Language in Albert Schweitzer’s Works and its Relevance for Africa Venue : Pretoria, South Africa - Unisa, Room 9 Sunnyside Campus    for15-16 October 2015,Main Theme: “Legacies of Albert Schweitzer considered” 1875 – 1965,Not yet settled
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:Ecclesiastical and Political Leaderships in One Armpit:Celebrating the Life of Thomas Kalume,Annual Church History Conference in South Africa:North-West University,Potchefstroom city,13-15 August 2015,Main Theme: The history of commemorations, celebrations and anniversaries,Not yet settled
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo Education as the Gateway to Success, Key note speech during Canon Njumbi Mutira Secondary Prize Giving Day Mutira/Kirinyaga Central Dates: 6 June May 2014 

  • Dr. Julius Gathogo Education as a catapult for the marginal from the periphery of the Society Key note speech at St. Mark’s Girls Thumaita during the Schools’ Prize Giving Day, Kirinyaga East Date: 31st May 2014

  • Dr. Julius Gathogo Discussant in Monicah Watiri King’ori’s MA proposal defence, “The PCEA and the Great Commission in Tumu Tumu, Mathira West, Nyeri County Since 1908,” Kenyatta University/Nairobi campus Date: 10th July 2014 
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo Afro-Pentecostalism as the dominant Ecclesiastical paradigm in the 21st Century: The Kenyan Experience Limuru, Kenya Set date: May 28 - 30, 2014 here at St Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya. The theme of the conference is: "The Post-Colonial Church: Theology, Identity and Mission" 
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo, “Mau-Mau Factor in Jesse Mugambi’s Scholarly Formation”, Karatina University, an international Conference on Liberation Movements, 4th to 6th December 2013
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “African indigenous ways of environmental preservation: The case of Mutira Mission, Kenya”    University of the Free State,  Bloemfontein, South Africa, Main Theme: The African Christian churches and the environment in a historical perspective    15-17 August, 2013   
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “Extremist or an inculturationist? Milkah Muthoni’s afro-Pentecostalism”, Joint workshop between  St Paul's University and the University of Cape Town, South Africa, at St Julian's Guest House and Conference, Limuru, Kenya    2nd – 6th July 2013
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “Diversity and homogeneity in African heritage”, Bandung Conference and Book Launching 2013 in Davao City, Philippines, June 20, 2013
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “Emerging Christianities and Kenya’s Coastal region: A socio-historical perspective”, presented at Pwani University, Kilifi, Kenya, 22nd April 2013
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “The role of a Mkristo man in contemporary Kenya”, Key note speech for Kenya Anglican Men Association Fellowship (KAMA) at ACK Changamwe, Mombasa, Kenya, 6th April 2013,
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “Environment concern in Mutira mission during and after the missionary era (1912-2013)”, University of the Free State, South Africa, 15-17 August, 2013
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “Milkah Muthoni (1948-2009): A Review Of Afro-Pentecostal Theology of Pioneer Gospel Singer in Central Kenya”, at Carmelite Centre, Langata (100 metres after Tangaza college, Langata South Road, Nairobi, Kenya), Forthcoming , a symposium on – “Roho Christianity: Pentecostalism in a globalized African public space” - on Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th December 2012
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “Men battering in Kenya: a theo-philosophical enquiry”    Nairobi/Kenya, 1st to 3rd August 2012
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “Some Challenges in Founding an African Faith: Sampling Mutira Mission, Kenya, 1907-2012”, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, June 18-22, 2012
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “Training and Retraining of Clergy in Africa Today: Challenges and Prospects”, Mombasa, Kenya, 29th August 2011
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, The Challenge of Money and Wealth in Some East African Pentecostal Churches,”, Durban, South Africa, June 29 – July 1, 2011
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, Discussant in David Stephen Kioko’s MA proposal presentation, “The Response of the African Inland Church to Politics in Masinga District: 1963-2010,”, Kenyatta Univ., Boardroom, Nairobi, 15th March 2011
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, Discussant in Peter Wambugu Muriithi’s presentation for his MA proposal, “Rehabilitation of Prisoners Through Chaplaincy: A Case Study of Embu and Kamiti Prisoners in Kenya,”, Kenyatta Univ., Boardroom, Nairobi, 18th January 2011
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “Reconstructive Hermeneutics in African Christology,”, University of South Africa, Pretoria, 5th to 8th October 2010
  • Dr Julius Gathogo, “Rehabilitating Children in Our Churches Today,” closing speech during the conference on Sunday school for Mbeere Anglican Diocese, Kenya, Ishiara,, Kenya, 1st September 2010
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