Dr. Stephen Mutie
Title/Qualifications: PhD (Literature)
Published Articles in Peer- Reviewed and Refereed Journals
Mutie, Stephen and Dawuni, Jarpa. 2022. Intersectionality, access to justice and women’s experiences: Policy recommendations.In J. Jarpa Dawuni Intersectionality and Women’s Access to Justice in Africa (Gender and Sexuality in Africa and the Diaspora). Lexington Books
Mutie, Stephen. 2022. Ethics of Memory, Contested Pasts and the Poetics of Recall: The Kenyan Political Autobiography. Postcolonial Text. Vol 17, No 4, pp. 1-24.
Mutie, Stephen 2022. Re-membering Wangari Maathai’s Feminist Scholarship in her Autobiography Unbowed: One Woman’s Story. Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa. JHEA/RESA Vol. 20, No. 1, 2022, pp. 67-84 (ISSN 0851–7762)
Mutie, Stephen. 2022. Labelling and Othering: (Re)Engaging Wangari Maathai’s Madwoman Tag in Unbowed: A Memoir Imbizo : International Journal of African Literary and Comparative Studies. Vol. 13 No. 1 (2022)
Mutie, Stephen 2021. Femicide and Judging Social Media as an Alternative Online Court in Kenya. Gender, Judging and the Courts in Africa Selected Studies. Routledge. Pp.79-98. DOI: 10.4324/9780429327865-5
- Wachira, J. W., Goro, N. K., & Mutie, S. M. (2021). The crisis of post-colonial intellectual thought and knowledge production: Examining Jared Angira’s African revolutionary egalitarianism. Hybrid Journal of Literary and Cultural Studies, 3(1). Retrieved from https://royalliteglobal.com/hybrid-literary/article/view/526
- Mutie, S. (forthcoming, in Press). Rethinking Feminist Scholarship in Kenya: A Conversation. Dakar: CODESRIA
- Mutie, S. (2020): Contesting the Subaltern Narrative: The Trickster Trope in the Kenyan Political Autobiography, Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies, Taylor and Francis, Routledge. DOI: 10.1080/23277408.2020.1735124
- Mutie, S, Ilieva, E. & Walunywa, J. (2019). Authorship and Audience: The Shaping of Kenyatta’s Identities in Suffering without Bitterness. Egerton Journal, Vol. XII, 2019: pp. 92-102
- Mutie, S. & Goro-Kamau, N. (2018). Ideographs of Resistance and Identity Construction in the Kenyan Political Autobiography. Coretrain Journal of Languages, Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Vol.1.2018, pp. 23-33.
- Mutie, S., Goro-Kamau, N. &Rutere, A. (2018). Subalternity and Resistance in the Kenyan Political Autobiography: A Critical Look at Not Yet Uhuru and The Flame of Freedom. Journal of Advances in Education and Philosophy. Vol-2, Iss-5 (Sept-Oct, 2018): 476-483
- Mutie, S. (2018). “Self-mythologization in East African Political Writings: Kenyatta, Nyerere and Museveni.” Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies, Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group. ISSN: 2327-7408 (Print) 2327-7416 (Online) http://www.tandfonline.com/action/showCitFormats?doi=10.1080/23277408.2017.141 3828
- Mutie, S., & Goro-Kamau, N. (2018) “Women, Patriarchy and Power: Perspectives from Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye’s Writings” Laikipia University journal of Social Sciences, Education and Humanities. Vol. 1(1) Pp. 100-109. ISSN No. 2301- 1010
- Mutie, S. (2017). “Rethinking Feminism in Post-colonial Kenya: A Critical Look at Two Kenyan Female Writers’ Novels.” Cardinal Rugambwa Journal of Educational Research (CARJER). ISSN: 2467 – 4826, Vol. 1 (1), pp. 19 – 30. http://carumuco.ac.tz
- Mutie, S. (2016). “Marjorie Oludhe, Your Literary Lamp Shines on” Saturday Nation, December 10th, pg. 31.
- Mutie, S., Kitonga, N., & Mang’oka S. (2016). “A Seed on Good Soil or a Seed on Rocks: Museveni’s Contestations with Political Language in Sowing the Mustard Seed” Journal of Literature, Languages and Linguistics, Vol. 21, 2016: pp. 7-11
- Mutie, S., et al. (2015). "Jomo Kenyatta’s Speeches and the Construction of the Identities of a Nationalist Leader in Kenya." English Language and Literature Studies; Vol.5, No. 2; pp. 53-64.
- Mutie, S., et al. (2015)."The Ghost Within: A Literary Study of East African Nationalist Leaders Writings." International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.Vol. 5, No. 6 (1). pp. 10-20.
- Mutie, S., and Somba, A. (2017). A Symbiotic Relationship between Creative Writing and Politics in Postcolonial Africa. Mara International Journal of Social Sciences Research Publication,Vol. 1, No. 1, Pages 1 – 6
- Mutie, S., and Goro-Kamau, N. (forthcoming) “Women, Patriarchy and Power: Perspectives from Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye’s Writings” Laikipia University journal of Humanities and Education
- Mutie, S. (2012). “No Fence Sitting in Literature.” The Egerton Mirror. Issue No. 04. P.2
- Mutie, S. (2013). “Literature Department Does Us Proud.” The Egerton Mirror. Issue No. 05.P.2
- Mutie, Stephen. 2022. Not yet Uhuru for Women: A Perspective of a Male Ally. https://www.africanwomeninlaw.com/post/not-yet-uhuru-for-women-a-perspective-of-a-male-ally
- Muthoka Mutie. 2022. As we go to the polls, let’s be wary of political narcissists. Saturday Nation. https://nation.africa/kenya/life-and-style/weekend/as-we-go-to-the-polls-let-s-be-wary-of-political-narcissists-3806670
- Mutie, Stephen. 2021. Effie Owuor: First Woman Judge (Kenya). Pioneer Women in Law. https://www.africanwomeninlaw.com/african-women-in-law/Effie-Owuor
- Muthoka Mutie. 2020. Benefiting from our collective misfortune is senseless, satanic. Saturday Nation. https://nation.africa/kenya/life-and-style/weekend/-benefiting-from-our-collective-misfortune-is-senseless-satanic-1923314
- Mutie, S. (2013). A Study Guide to When the Sun Goes Down and Other Stories from Africa and Beyond. Nairobi: Palm Shade Publishers.
- Mutie, S. (2016). The Devil’s Empire. Nairobi: Palm Shade Publishers.
- Mutie, S. forthcoming (2017). Kamba Mythology, Witchcraft and the Ethos of Political Elusivity.
- The 3rd National Conference on Access to Justice, 14th-19th November 2022; Venue: Lake Naivasha SimbaLodge. Title of Paper: Closing Online Civic Spaces in Kenya’s Electoral Process? A Focus on the 2022 General Elections
- The 2022 International Conference of the Moi University African Cluster Centre of the Africa Multiple: Reconfiguring African Studies (Moi–ACC). Themed: The Kenyans Abroad – or the world “as a place” workshop; Thursday 17 March - Friday 18 March 2022. Title of Paper: “The South in the North”: Worlding Kenyanness in Alex Chamwada’s TV series Daring Abroad
- The 2021 International Conference of the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization, with the theme: The Renaissance of African Culture: Music, Crafts, Language, Literature and Folklore. 9-10, Dec. 2021, Abuja, Nigeria (Virtual). Title of Paper: Cross-pollination, Engendering and (De)Otherising Africa’s Popular Songs on Tiktok’s Enchanted Space
- The 2021 CODESRIA’s gender Institute Workshop themed: Violence against Women and Girls in Africa’s civic spaces (La violence faite aux filles et aux femmes dans les espaces civiques en Afrique) 19 – 30 July/juillet 2021: Presented a paper entitled “Revisiting the Mad Tag as Virtual Violence against Women and Girls in East Africa’s Shrinking Civic Spaces.” Virtual.
- 1st-Pan-African-Co2-Compensation Certification Conference Greening Africa Together GATO-CCCC June 23 to 25 2021. Principal venue Laikipia University, in parallel at GATo Network member universities in Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, DRCongo, Kenya, Senegal, Togo, Uganda online worldwide
- The Intersectionality and Critical Diversity Literacy (ICDL) Lecture / Workshop Series organized by the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence in Bayreuth University. Attended the workshop on 6th to 8th 2020. Presented a paper on Wangari Maathai’s Intersectional Environmentalism Praxis.
- CODESRIA Gender Institute, Feminist Scholarship, Universities and Social Transformation, Dakar Senegal, May 14 May 25th 2018
- Egerton University 11th international Conference and Innovation Week, 29th- 31st March 2017, Egerton, Njoro, Kenya
- 3rd Chuka University International Research Conference, 26th to 28th October, 2016, Chuka University, Kenya
- Laikipia University, Nakuru Campus CORETRAIN (Consultancy, Research and Training) proposal writing workshop, 6th August, 2016
- Workshop on Teaching and Researching in Education. Organised by MKU in Safari Park Hotel, Nakuru, May 6th – 9th. 2015
- Yatta English/Literature Teachers’ Workshop. Machakos High School. Organized by East African Educational Publishers. Co-facilitator, 2014
- Dr Stephen Mutie:Kikamba, the Language of the (Un)seen: Polarity, Power and Mother Language Kenyatta University, Kenya.Friday, 19th February 2021 0.00USD
- Dr Stephen Mutie:African Intersectional Feminism(s) and Wangari Maathai’s Praxis University of Bayreuth, German February 6-8, 2020 ,3000USD,Africa Multiple - Cluster of Excellence
- Dr Stephen Mutie: Femicide and Judging: Social Media as an Alternative Online Court in Kenya.Institute of African Studies/University of Ghana, Legon, Accra Ghana 8-10 August 2019,1000USD Programme Point Sud and Goethe University, Frankfurt Main
- Dr Stephen Mutie:Rethinking Feminist Scholarship in Kenya: A ConversationSenegal, Dakar May 14 May 25th 2018 3000USD,CODESRIA
Book Reviews and Reports
- Ghost and the Fortune Hunters by Goro wa Kamau, Longhorn Publishers, 2016 (Daily Nation
- Trapped Tales by Dr. Samuel Abonyo, Pangolin Publishers, 2014
- The Passionate Affair by Adrian Onyando, Pangolin Publishers, 2012
- The Mirage by Jerrie Mutuku, Scholar Space Publishers International, USA. 2011
- Departmental CEP and DSVOL coordinator, Literature section
- Departmental Module/Content uploader
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