A VISITING PROFESSOR FROM UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA IN AUSTRIA WITH PG LIT STUDENTS
LITERATURE STUDENTS TAKING A CREATIVE WRITERS WORKSHOP IN MARCH 2020
THE INTERUNIVERSITY DEBATES IN FRENCH
THE AUF TRAINING ON RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
IN SERVICE TRAINING OF TEACHERS OF FRENCH
Japanese Cultural Festival
Japanese Club- KU
Japanese language learners at a cultural festival
Prof.Ralarala of Cape Peninsulla University, South Africa, The Dean SHSS, the Chairperson of LL&FL,Dr.Nthiga and seminar participants after the launch of a book on forensic Lings
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Department: Literature, Linguistics & Foreign Languages
School : Humanities & Social Sciences,
Contact Address: Kenyatta University,P.O.Box 43844, GPO, Nairobi, Kenya.
Position:Lecturer at Kenyatta University, Mombasa Campus
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Publications

Articles & Papers In Peer Reviewed Journals

  • 1. Muhia, M and Gathogo J. (2018). The Use of Indigenous Resourcesin Environmental Conservation in Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Murogi wa Kagogo: A Religio-Cultural Perspective. Jumuga Journal of Education, Oral Studies, and Human Sciences (JJEOSHS), 1(1). https://doi.org/10.35544/jjeoshs.v1i1.1
  • Wachira, E., Kimani Kaigai and Mugo Muhia. “Phantoms of Hysteria – Novelistic Phantasmagoria in Lesego Rampolokeng’s Whiteheart: Epilogue to Hysteria.” Ed. Michael Bintley. Cogents Arts & Humanities. Vol 5, 2018 http://doi.org/10.1080/233311983.2018-1425233
  • Sep. 2017. Wachira, I, Kaigai Kimani amd Mugo Muhia. “Spectres of Insanity: Expression od Dissidence in Lesego Rampolokeng’s Blackheart (Epilogue to Insanity)”, International Journal of Law, Humanities & Social Sciences. Vol. 1-Issue 5, pp. 12-22. ISSN(ONLINE): 2521-0793, ISSN (PRINT): 2521-0785
  • 2014:Muhia, M.‘‘Choru wa Muiruri: Relections on the Kamirithu Experience.’’ African theatre. Vol. 13. Eds. Martin Burnham, James Gibbs, Yvette Hutchson, Femi Osofisan & Jane Plasow. Pp (37-41).
  • Gibbs,J. & Muhia, M.‘‘Wole Soyinka & Ngugi wa Thiong’o: Plays in Production.’’ African theatre. Vol. 13. Eds. Martin Burnham, James Gibbs, Yvette Hutchson, Femi Osofisan & Jane Plaistow. Pp. (60-76).
  • Oct. 2013: Muhia, M.,Fugich Wako & Joseph Walunywa: ‘‘Reconfiguration of Oral Genres in Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Caitaani Mutharaba-ini/Devil on the Cross.’’ Ruwaza Africa: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (ISSN no: 225-7144). Vol. 2, No. 1Pp(84-104)

Book Chapters

  • Muhia, M. & Macharia Mwangi. “Tranlation Aesthetics: Reading Texts and Contexts in Ngugi’s Caitaani Mutharaba-ini and Devil on the Cross.” In Language and Translation: Theory, Pedagogy & Practice. Eds Kebaya, Hilda, M. Osore, P. Ngugi and C. Kebaya. Nsaema Publishers, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-926906-47-8
  • Muhia, M, Fugich Wako and Joseph Walunywa. “Visions of a Better Society: Myths, Proverbs and Resistance in Matigari ma Njiruungi.” Democracy, Civil Society and Development in Africa. Ed. Maurice Nyamanga Amutabi. Nairobi: Catholic University of East Africa, 2015. (296-311)

Conference, Workshops and Training

  • Oct -Nov. 2016 Attended a Three week Research Methodological Training offered by Partnership for African social & Governance Research (Pasgor): Modules taken : Designing Social Inquiry,Critical Policy Engaged Research, Multi-Methods Strategies and Interpretive Methods and Ethnography.
  • September 2013: University of Nairobi. Conference, East Africa at 50. Paper presented: ‘‘Reclaiming the Destroyed Shrines: An Ecocritical Analysis of Ngugi’s Murogi wa Kagogo.’’
  • July 2012: Kenyatta University Kenya: Paper presented: Visions of a Better Society: Proverbs and Resistance in Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Matigari
  • May 16th – 24th 2012: Egerton University, Njoro. Workshop: Methodology and Key Words in Qualitative Research. By Prof Susan Vanzyl from University of Witwatersland
  • September 2011: Kenyatta Univesity, Kenya
    Training
    • Introduction Course on Instructional Systems Design.
    • Introduction Course on e-Learning and Pedagogy
  • August 2o11: University of Cape Town, South Africa. Conference Theme: North, South Conversations and Dialogue. Paper Presented: ‘‘Introduction to Ngugi’s Vernacular Writing and Politics of Gikuyu Orthography.’’
  • May 2011: Kenyatta University, Kenya. Presented a Paper in the Department of Literature Seminar Room: ‘‘The Mythic and Fantastic: Representation in Ngugi’s Murogi wa Kagogo.’’
  • March 2011: Kenyatta University Kenya:
    Training
    • Quality Management Systems Awareness
  • May 2010, May 2011, May 2012
    Seminar: Teaching Practice Orientation: Ethics, discipline during teaching practice.
    • Public relations during teaching practice
    • Schemes of work, lesson plan and standardization
    • Aspects to consider in a science lesson supervision
    • Supervision of B. ed and Diploma in Early Childhood Education
    • Supervision in Special Needs Education

Grant Award

  • 14.68 Million Kenya National Research Fund Grant: Hansard Report Production Process in the Devolved Government Structures in Kenya and the Implications for Democratic Governance

Grant Application

  • Has applied for a UNESCO Grant under The International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) as co-PI on 13th June, 2019. Mapping Audio-visual Industry in Kenya and in Kenya and its Socio-Economic Potential.

chairperson english

Dr. Purity. M. Nthiga
Chairperson
Department of Literature, Linguistics, and Foreign Languages


 

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