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
atambo Name: Dr.  Norah Bonareri Atambo
Title/Qualifications: PhD
Department/Unit/Section: Literature, Linguistics and Foreign Languages
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Position: Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Applied Linguistics
Research Interests: Discourse Analysis, Language and Gender, Language and Politics

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Publications

Refereed Journals

  • Atambo, N., Ogutu, E., & Kiguru, E. (2021). Language, gender and power: Lexicalisation of women in the national assembly and other top political posts in Kenya (2013-2017). Journal of Linguistics and Foreign Languages2(1). Retrieved from https://royalliteglobal.com/jlfl/article/view/506

  • Atambo, N. B. & Chai, J. F. (2013), “Walking a Cultural Tightrope: Linguistic Strategies Employed in Adolescent Reproductive Health (ARH) Programmes in Kenyan Secondary Schools” Ruwaza Afrika , Journal of Contemporary Research in Humanities and Social Sciences (2) 1 PP 262-276

Conference/Workshops/Seminar Papers

  • Norah B. Atambo, July 2018 - “Language, Ideology and Power: Women National Assembly Members as Naϊve Flower Girls Sprinkling their Femininity in the Political Scene” Makerere Institute of Social Sciences (Makerere University) Graduate Students’ Conference, 27th – July 2018
  • Norah B. Atambo, September 2010 -“Walking a Cultural Tightrope: Linguistic Strategies Used in Formal Adolescent Reproductive Health Programmes in Kenyan Secondary Schools” Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya.

Seminar Papers

  • Norah B. Atambo, July 2019- “Language, Gender and Power: The Discursive Construction of the Kenya National Assembly Politicians (2013 – 2017)”. Kenyatta University

Research

  • PhD: Language, Gender and Power: The Discursive Construction of the Kenya National Assembly Politicians (2013-2017)
  • MA: Language Use in Formal Adolescent Reproductive Health Programmes: A Case Study of Selected Secondary Schools in Nyamira District, Kenya

Conference/Workshops/Seminars Attended

Conferences Attended

  • October 2010: Fifth Research week and international conference - Egerton University,
  • 27th – 30th July 2018: Makerere Institute of Social Sciences (Makerere University) Graduate Students’ Conference.

Workshops Attended

  • July 3rd - 7th 2017- Social Science Research Council’s Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa fellowship programme Workshop – Nigeria, Lagos.
  • January 2018 - Social Science Research Council’s Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa fellowship programme Workshop – Kenya, Nairobi.

COMMUNITY SERVICE AND OTHER ENGAGEMENTS

  • December 2020 to January 2021: Constructed a house for a needy alumni lady alongside other alumni members of Nyabururu Girls High School.
  • November 2020: Visited Kiaragana Children’s home and donated toiletries with other church women ministry leaders.
  • November 2020-present: Kenyatta University staff mentor
  • January 2020: Offset the hospital bill for a sick Nyabururu Alumni lady alongside other alumni members.
  • 6th August 2020: Member of the University of Embu stakeholders’ forum, reviewing the curriculum for new courses.
  • 2019: visited the sick in County Hospital in Embu with other church women ministry members.
  • 2018-present: sponsoring a needy boy in Itibo Boys primary boarding school and two girls in Nyabururu Girls High School alongside other alumni members.
  • May 2018: Donations of food stuffs alongside other church women ministry leaders to the needy in North Eastern Kenya
  • September 2018: Contributions of money for flood victims alongside other university staff.
  • July 2018: Participated in Sweeping Embu Town alongside other staff and students, of Kenyatta University Embu Campus, during the environment day.
  • September 2019: Visited and donated of food and cloths to Toto Love Children’ Home – Embu with other church women ministry leaders in Embu.
  • July 2017: Build a tree during the Campus Environmental day.
  • September 2016 : Career guidance and counseling and gender awareness sensitisation – St. Mary’s Goretti Girls High School, Embu County Kenya.
  • September 2015: Career guidance and counseling and gender awareness sensitisation – Kerugoya Girls High School, Kirinyaga County, Kenya

chairperson english

Dr. Muhia John Mugo
Chairperson
Department of Literature, Linguistics, and Foreign Languages


 

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