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

Title/qualifications: Phd.
Department/unit/section:
Literature, Linguistics and Foreign Languages
Contact address:
Kenyatta University P. O. Box 43844 - 00100 Nairobi
Email:
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Position:
Lecturer
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RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Referred Journal Papers

  • Ayieko, G.O ( in Press) Task Based Vocabulary Teaching: An Experimental Study in Selected Secondary Schools in Mombasa County, Kenya Ruwaza Journal
  • Ayieko,G.0 (2021) An optimality theoretic approach to Dholuo speakers’ perception and learnability of RP English sibilant phonemes. Research Journal in African Languages 2 (2). Retrieved from https://www.royalliteglobal.com/african-languages/article/view/662
  • Ayieko, G.O (2020) “The influence of story schema theory on Reader-Reponses by Kenyan University Undergraduate Students of Wole Soyinka’s The Interpreters (1965): Reader response," Hybrid Journal of Literary and Cultural Studies, Vol 2 No.3 pp 62-78.
  • Ayieko, G. 0. (2019) “Autobiography and the deconstruction of female Selfhood in Karen Blixen’s Out of Africa and Elspeth Huxley’s The Flame Trees of ”  Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences & Education  Vol 12:1pp.
  • Wangia, J and Ayieko, G (2016) ‘Translation of kinship terminology in selected bilingual dictionaries in Kenya and its implication for cross- cultural communication’. Chemichemi International Journal  of Humanities and Social Sciences 10:2 pp. ISSN 1563-1028

 Referred Journal Papers With Postgraduate Students

  • Mose Gesare Edinah, Henry Simiyu Nandelenga, Gerry Ayieko.(2020) Morphotactics in ekegusii borrowing: An optimality perspective. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development. 7(7): 59-65.
  • Abaya, Karen, Ayieko, Gerry and Kebeya, Hilda (2020) ‘Occurrence and Co- occurrence of Verbal Extensions in Lulogooli’ The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies.8(10):349-366
  • Luka, S,M and Ayieko, G.O (2020) Individual and Co-occurrence of Ekegusii Verbal Extensions The international journal of humanities and social studies Vol 8:8 pp 1-7  
  • Nicholas, K.K and Ayieko, G.O (2020) Interpretations of English Nominal Elements by Kamba Speakers in Kenya.International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science.  Volume IV, Issue VIII. 341-348
  • Mose, E.G, Nandalenga, H.S and Ayieko, G.O (2019), ‘Ekegusii Phonemic Inventory Constraints on Borrowing: An Optimality Perspective.’ The International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol 7 Issue 6: pp53-63
  • George Mulama Nanjira, Henry Simiyu Nandelenga, Gerry Ayieko.(2019) NC Effects in olumarama phonology. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development. 6(11): 224-232
  • Benson, Peace, Ayieko, G.O and Gimode Khadi Jessica (2019) An X-bar theoretic account of Jenjo Noun Phrase. Dutinma Journal of English and literature
  • Benson, Peace, Ayieko, G.O and Gimode Khadi Jessica (2019)    The syntactic function of Noun Phrase in Jen. Yankari: Journal of English, Literature and linguistics ISSN: 2336-603

 Chapter in Books and Books

  • Ayieko, G.O ( In press) A survey of university lecturers’ attitude and approaches to teaching English language in selected Universities in East Africa In Esimaje (ed)Teaching English in Africa
  • Ayieko, G.O ( In Press) ‘System dynamic modeling of the language-in education policy in Kenya’Dr. Kenneth Ngure Ed.  Nairobi:  Kenyatta  University Press.
  •  Ayieko,G.O ( In press)  An Optimality Theoretic Analysis of word deleting phonological processes in Sheng.  Dr.Augustin E. Ebongue, University of Buea & Ellen Hurst, University of Cape Town eds. The Phonology of African Youth Languages

University Distance Training Modules

  • Ayieko,G (2005) Discourse Analysis Kigali Institute of Education module 9
  • Chimerah, R, Chege,S and Ayieko,G (2005) Sociolinguistics Institute of Education module 10

Conference Presentation

  • February 2015: ‘The role of social networks in the informal language learners of French by tourism workers in Mombasa County’  paper presented at  foreign languages and literature conference theme foreign languages in africa in the 21st century
  • DEC. 2014:‘The effect of schema on narrative comprehension: Wole Soyinka the interpreters’ Paper presented at 2014 Pwani University, Kenya; First International Conference on Researching African Literatures in the 21st Century .
  • March 2002 ‘Ayaki ok Chira:lexico-semantic ambiguity in Dholuo aid terminology’  Paper presented at the First Nilotic languages workshop at Sunset Hotel, Kisumu.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

 Full-time appointment

July 2013- Present

 

Lecturer , English language and linguistics Kenyatta University

Nov 2009 – 2013 June

Tutorial Fellow, English language and linguistics Kenyatta University

2009 March-2009  Nov

Lecturer Adventist University of Central Africa (AUCA)

English language and Linguistics

2004 Feb -2009 March

Assistant lecturer English language and Linguistics, Kigali Institute of Education, Kigali Rwanda

1999Sept -2000 Sept

Teacher English and History Ranen Adventist Secondary School

 

 Part-time appointments

Sept-Dec 2003 

Part-time Lecturer , English language and Linguistics University of Eastern Africa Baraton

Sept 2002-Dec 2003

Part-time Lecturer , English language and Linguistics Egerton  University

2006 March-2008

Part time Lecturer Adventist University of Central Africa (AUCA) English language and Linguistics

2006

Part-time lecturer National University of Rwanda, Butare ,Rwanda

chairperson english

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


 

Department News and Events

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Forensic linguistics seminar hosted by English and linguistics in BSSC

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