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Dr. Paul Mukundi

 dr paul mukundi


Title/Qualifications:  Doctor of Philosophy (English & Postcolonial Literature) Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Department/Unit/Section:
Literature
Position: Senior Lecturer & Coordinator of Postgraduate Programs, Department of Literature

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PUBLICATIONS

Publications That Report My Achievements

  • Baltimore Times: Baltimore, USA. July 9-15, 2004 issue English Graduate Organization Newsletter: Baltimore, USA.
  • May 15, 2009 issue & Fall 2009 issue The Spokesman Online: The Voice of Morgan State. Baltimore, USA “The Ford-Turpin Symposium.”
  • Nov. 4, 2010. The Kenya Monitor: Boston. “Kenyan Professor Publishes Ground-breaking Book.” Review of Preventing Things from Falling Further Apart: The Preservation of Cultural Identities in Postcolonial African, Indian, and Caribbean Literatures. Paul Waithaka.
  • June 2010: Page 14. H-Net Discussion Networks: (coordinated by Michigan State University, H-Net is an academic organization that brings together numerous scholars across the globe). 

Book & Book Chapters

  • Co-edited, with J.K.S. Makokha. Literature and Contemporary Society in Africa: Selected Essays. New York: Brill/Rodopi, Forthcoming.
  • Co-editor, with Waveney Olembo and Charles Kebaya . Introduction to Literature Research Methods. Nairobi: Forthcoming.
  • Author. “Developing the Literary Research Proposal: Mechanics of Writing an Effective Proposal. Eds. Waveney Olembo, Paul Mukundi & Charles Kebaya. Nairobi: Forthcoming.
  • Author. “The Psychosoteriological Death in Margaret Ogola’s Place of Destiny.” The Works of Margaret Ogola (proposed title). Ed. Tom Odhiambo. Nairobi: Contact Zones Books, Forthcoming.
  • Author. “Teaching Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Devil on the Cross: The Cultural and Historical Overtones.” Post-Colonial Composition Pedagogy: Using The Culture of Marginalized Students to Teach Composition. Ed. Monique Leslie-Akassi. Ann Arbor: Robbie Dean Press,2011.
  • Author. “Reappropriation of the Colonial Language and Reconstruction of Postcolonial African Identity.” Postcolonial Discourses and Renegotiations of Black Identities. Eds. Clement AkassiAniman & Victorien Lavou Zoungbo. Perpignan, France: Presses Universitaires de Perpignan (Perpignan University Press), 2010. 185-200.
  • Author, Preventing Things from Falling Further Apart: The Preservation of Cultural Identities in Postcolonial African, Indian, and Caribbean Literatures. London: Adonis & Abbey, 2010.

Articles Published in Refereed Journals

  • Author. “Cultural Dichotomy versus Hybridity in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus. Revised and Republished.”Sankofa: A Journal of African Children’s and Young Adult Literature 8 (2014): 34-41. Journal based in the USA.
  • Author. “Edgy Edgars: The RestLess Youth in Suzanna E. Nelson’s Nightmare along the River Nile: A Story of Twentieth Century Slavery.” Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies (EALCS) Journal
  • (Nov. 2014): 17-25. Journal domiciled in Taylor & Francis, UK.
  • Author, with Mubina Hassanali Kirmani. “Seeking Ancestral Roots and Planting New Ones: Oral Literature of Diaspora Indians in East Africa.” Sankofa: A Journal of African Children’s and Young
  • Adult Literature 9 (2010): 45-52. Journal based in the USA.
  • Author. “Editor’s Introduction: Is the Woman Still ‘the Mule’?” Literary Horizons Journal 2 (2008). 9-12. Journal based in the USA.
  • Compiler. “Selected Recent Books and Publications about Langston Hughes.” Langston Hughes Society Newsletter 5.1 (Summer 2008): 7. Newsletter based in the USA.
  • Author. “A Stitch in Time: Introducing Literary Horizons Journal.” Literary Horizons Journal 1 (2007): 7-11. Journal based in the USA.
  • Compiler, with Dolan Hubbard. “Selected Recent Books and Publications about Langston Hughes.” Langston Hughes Society Newsletter 4.1 (Summer 2007): 6. Newsletter based in the USA.
  • Compiler, with Dolan Hubbard. “Selected Recent Books and Publications about Langston Hughes.” Langston Hughes Society Newsletter 3.1 (Summer 2006): 6. Newsletter based in the USA.
  • Author. “Looking Beyond the Horizon At all Times At All Places: The Triumphant African Woman in Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God, Mariama Ba’s So Long a Letter and Margaret Ogola’s The River and the Source.”
  • The Zora Neale Hurston Forum 18 (2004): 84-92. Journal based in the USA.

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