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Dr. Benjamin M. O. Odhoji

Benjamin

Title: Dr
Position:
Lecturer In Comparative Literature
Department:
Literature
Work Address: Kenyatta University, P.O. Box 17952-20100 Nakuru Campus
Home Address: P. O. Box 14747 Nakuru
Telephone: Work - 0208704750/1
Cell phone: 0724920253
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Books

  1. Odhoji, The Eleventh Commandment: Existentialist Trends in the Fiction of Taban Lo Liyong.Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany (2012) ISBN 978-3-659-10291-2
  2. Odhoji, Restorying the Margins: Comparative Recent Black Autobiographies from the United States and South Africa .Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany (2011),ISBN 978-3-8443-8212-9
  3. Odhoji. Victorian Colonial Women’s Travelogues: Early British Colonial Rule in East Africa. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN 9783843362177

Book Chapters

  1. Odhoji. “The Body as a Figurative Code in Luo Popular Culture, Vernacular Literature, and Systems of Thought.” Postcolonial Text, Vol 5, No 3 (2009),ISSN 1705-9100|,http://journals.sfu.ca/pocol/index.php/pct/issue/view/26
  2. Odhoji, “The Body as a Figurative Code in  Luo Popular Culture, Vernacular Literature and Systems of  Thought. Maseno University Journal  Vol 1 Dec. 2012
  3. Odhoji. Essay in Delusions: Social Construction of Gender, Edited by Wanjiku Kabira. Nairobi: Femnet Publishers,1994
  4. Odhoji. "Traditional Bases of Sex-differentiation in Power relations and Control of Resources," Contesting Social Death: Essays on Gender and Culture. Eds. Wanjiku Kabira et. al, Nairobi : KOLA, 1997, ISBN 9966990259 9789966990259
  5. Odhoji. “The Miriam Makeba Story” in  Journal of New Poetry, NP 5 (2009),ISBN: 9-789-7836-0352-6,http://www.africaresearch.org/Es_1509.htm
  6. Odhoji. “Restorying the Maternal Myth of Origin in Zami and Makeba” (April, 2008) in Safundi: Journal of USA and South African Studies, 9.2.DOI: 10.1080/17533170802012295,http://www.safundi.com/issues/9.2/default.asp      
  7. Odhoji. Translated into Luo language - The Nose by Nikolai Gogol, Serialized in a Lolwe Post, (2006)
  8. Odhoji.  Meaningless Lives: Poems on Trauma and Survival (Unpublished)
  9. Odhoji.  Poems in Echoes Across the Valley. Eds. Arthur Luvai and K Makokha. Nairobi : EAEP, 2000.
  10. Odhoji.  "The Zero-sum Game called African Studies in the US ," Souvenir: The African Experience 1 (2000)
  11. Odhoji.  "Poems" Voices: The Wisconsin Review of African Literatures 1 (1999),http://african.lss.wisc.edu/all/voices/voices_frm2.htm

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