Members of the CODESRIA team, comprising of the participants and trainers during the opening ceremony of the CODESRIA College of Academic Mentors Institute training graced by the Registrar RIO, Professor Vincent Onywera, accompanied by key note speaker Dr. Godwin Murunga
Participants at the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences during presentation session at Kenyatta University Conference Centre (KUCC).
Participants at the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences during presentation session at Kenyatta University Conference Centre (KUCC).
CODESRIA team members following the discussion during the workshop training hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
CODESRIA team members following the discussion during the workshop training hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Participants comparing notes in their groups during the Group Discussion Session at the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Joy Obando of the Department of Geography referring to her notes on Research Integrity and Ethics during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the KUCC
The gracious Professor Joy Obando of the Department of Geography, explaining ethical concepts in research to members of the CODESRIA team during the 10 day workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Lead trainer, Professor Bangura of Howard University responding to participants’ queries during question and answer session at the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Abdul Karim Bangura explaining to the participants about the Ideal Dissertation Structure during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor Chris Shisanya giving his presentation on Epistemological Paradigms in Social Research during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School at KUCC
Professor Ishmael Munene presenting a certificate of participation to Lydia Amoah from University of Ghana during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Ibrahim Oanda presenting a certificate of participation to Florence Shingirayi Chamisa from University of FortHare during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Ibrahim Oanda presenting a certificate of participation to Sylvester Kohol Shima from University of Ibadan during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The facilitators Professors Chris Shisanya being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitators Professors Joy Obando being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
Dr. Godwin Murunga, the Incoming Executive Secretary of CODESRIA giving his closing remarks during the workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.

Dr. Henry Simiyu Nandelenga

Dr-nandalenga-photo Title/Qualifications: PhD - Kenyatta University
Department/Unit/Section: Department of English & Linguistics
Contact Address: P.O. Box 17952-21100
Mobile: +254719639826
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Position: Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Phonetics, Phonological Theory, Psycholinguistics, Child Language Acquisition, Neurolinguistics & Linguistic Theory

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Research Interests

  • Optimality Theory (OT) in phonology, child language acquisition and neuro-based speech disorders. Acoustic phonetics of phonemic inventories and phonological gaps. Positional faithfulness in phonology and phonological harmony systems. The phonology of reduplication, paradigms and contrast preservation. Neurolinguistics of reading disorders and the psycholinguistics of speech errors.

Publications

  • Nandelenga, H.S:2014,Constraints on Prefix Copying in Reduplication    International Journal of  innov- ative Research   and Development,3,(11), 371-383 ISSN: 2278 – 0211
  • Nandelenga, H.S:2014,*NC Effects: The case of Lubukusu Phonology,Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 19 (12), 40-58,ISSN: 2279-0845
  • Nandelenga, H.S:2015,The Lubukusu Syllable Structure in Optimality Theory,The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies, 3 (3), 86-101 ISSN: 2321 - 9203
  • Nandelenga, H.S:2016,The Emergence of the Unmarked Reaffirmed,International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, 2 (4), 63-78 ISSN: 2455-2070
  • Nandelenga, H.S:2016,Word Minimality Constraint in Reduplication Journal of Global Research in Education & Social Science,7(1),29-42 .ISSN:2454-1834

Seminar & Conference Presentations

  • Nandelenga, H.S:Phonological Acquisition: A case study of a 20 month old Child    Moi University Eldoret-Kenya,12/09/1998
  • Nandelenga, H.S:Constraints on Prefix copying,Los Angeles, CA, USA,03/05/2008
  • 2002: Dependency and Structural Analogy Assumption in Language. Presented at the Graduate School Seminar; Maseno University-Kenya.
  • 2008: Constraints on Prefix Copying in Lubukusu Reduplication. Presented at the Linguistics Departmental Colloquium; University of Southern California-USA.
  • 2009: Kiswahili: Past, Present and the Future. Presented at the Undergraduate Swahili Workshop,Department of Linguistics; University of Southern California-USA.
  • 2012: Multi-lingual Brain: A Neurolinguistic evidence. Presented at the International Conference,Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University-Kenya

Consultancy and community service

  • Nandelenga,H.S:ST Mathews Cheptantan High School,2016,Board of Management Chairman
  • Nandelenga,H.S:KAG Church, Free Area-Nakuru,2015-16,Vice-chair, Development committee

CURRENT RESEARCH TOPICS
1. Word Minimality in Reduplication.
2. The Lubukusu Syllable Structure in Optimality Theory.
3. Positional Faithfulness and Vowel Harmony in Lubukusu.
4. The Emergence of the Unmarked in Lubukusu Reduplication.
5. Positional Faithfulness in Hiatus Resolution and*NC Effects.
6. Markedness and Positional Faithfulness in vowel distribution.
 

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