School of Humanities staff and students during the Career Week held between january 28 - February 2, 2019 at the Graduation Square
Registrar RIO graced the launch of Professor. Githiora's book on Sheng' at the Graduate School Building Room 202
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
Confucius Institute Event held at BSSC Room 14
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.
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Title/Qualifications: Dr/ PhD Applied Science (IWM)
Department/Unit/Section: Geography
Contact Address: Department of Geography, Kenyatta University
Position: Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Economics of Water and Climate Change
Research Interests: Economic locational studies; Water Use Efficiency, Green Water Management, and Development Evaluation

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Conference Presentations
  • Ngonzo Luwesi Cush,The Success of the Water Sector Reforms in Kenya and the Role of Community Based Organizations,Nairobi,Kenya24-28 Nov. 2014
  • Ngonzo Luwesi Cush & Timothy Mugabi,How Useful is Modeling for Ensuring Water Security in a Watershed?,Mbale/ Uganda,16-23 Oct. 2014
  • Ngonzo Luwesi Cush & Wanja Kinuthia,Pro-Poor Schemes In Response To Water Inequality In Kenya Under Climate Change : Strengths and Weaknesses of Kauti IWUA, Muooni Catchment Uppsala/ Sweden 25-28 Sept. 2014
  • Ngonzo Luwesi Cush, Would Climate Engineering Provide a Response to Climate Change in Africa? - THE DEBATE HAS JUST STARTED Berlin/ Germany
  • Ngonzo Luwesi Cush & Adhiambo Akombo Rose,Effects Of Climate Variability And Land Cover Changes On Hydrological Processes In Taita Hills, Kenya Postdam/ Germany
  • Ngonzo Luwesi Cush, Tropical Forests, Climate Change and Perspectives of Geo-Engineering in Africa Heidelberg/ Germany 27Jul -01 Aug. 2014
  • Ngonzo Luwesi Cush & Adhiambo Akombo Rose, SUNREX: A Hydro-Economic Policy for Valorizing Natural Resources and Boosting Economic Growth in the DR Congo in the Course of Climate Change, Kisngani/ DR Congo, 06-10 June 2014
  • Adhiambo Akombo Rose & Ngonzo Luwesi Cush, Climate and Land Cover Changes’ Impact on Hydrology – Lessons from Taita Hills, Kenya, Kisangani/ DR Congo, 06-10 June 2014
  • Luwesi CN, Prospects of Farming Water Security in Bwathonaro Catchment Mombasa, 24 Aug.- 4 Sep. 2013
  • Luwesi CN (Shisanya CA & and Obando JA), Green Water Saving In Ngusishi Catchment, Mount Kenya Region, Nairobi, August 20-21, 2013
  • Akombo RA (Shisanya CA & and Obando JA Luwesi CN), Green Water Credits for Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry in Arid and Semi-Arid Tropics of Kenya Eldoret 8-12 July 2013
  • Luwesi LN, Emerging Technologies in Integrated Water Resource Management, Nairobi, 8-18 July 2013
  • Luwesi LN, Applying inventory models to evaluate water productivity and optimize food production in the course of climate change – Lessons from smallholder farms in Machakos District, Kenya Kampala 25-27 July 2012
  • Luwesi LN (Shisanya CA & Obando JA), Hydro-economic inventory for sustainable livelihood in Kenyan ASALs: The case of Muooni Catchment, Nairobi 14-18 March 2011

Research

  • Mikwa N Jean-fiston, Cush N Luwesi, Rose A Akombo, Adrie Mukashema, Innocent Nzeyimana, Albert Ruhakana, Mary N Mutiso, Joseph M Muthike, James M Mathenge,2014 Overlaying Spatial Parameters to Determine the Most Suitable Irrigation Strategies in Bugesera Region, Eastern Rwanda Journal of Agri-Food and Applied Sciences (JAAS) Vol. 2 (8), pp. 242-252
  • Mikwa N Jean-fiston, Cush N Luwesi, Rose A Akombo, Adrie Mukashema, Innocent Nzeyimana, Albert Ruhakana, Mary N Mutiso, Joseph M Muthike, James M Mathenge,2014 Hydro-Geospatial Characteristics of Potential Irrigable Lands of Bugesera Region, Eastern Rwanda Journal of Agri-Food and Applied Sciences (JAAS) Vol. 2 (8), pp. 235-241
  • Shisanya CA & Luwesi CN, 2012, Green Water Saving and Agriculture Adaptation to Climate Change in Semi-Arid Lands of Kenya, Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA, Ethiopia)
  • Luwesi CN, 2011, Downstream-Upstream Farmers’ Response-Capability for Implementation of Green Water Credits in Eastern Province of Kenya, International Development Research Centre (IDRC, Canada)
  • Luwesi CN, 2009, Applied Inventory Models for Assessment of Farmers Preparedness to Water Disasters in Kenya and DR. Congo, Universität Siegen/ Center for International Capacity Development (CICD, Germany)

Publications

  • Philip Wambua Peter, Gorretti Ofafa, Samuel Otor, Cush L. Ngonzo (2014),Performance Contracting and Academic Staffers Administrative Work Systems for Service Delivery in Selected Kenyan Universities.International Journal of Innovative Research and Development (IJIRD) Vol. 3 (11), pp 145-158
  • Ngonzo Luwesi Cush ,Community Participation In Water Sector Governance In Kenya – The Case Of Ngaciuma-Kinyaritha Mount Kenya Region ,Uppsala/ Sweden ,25-28 Sept. 2014
  • Ngonzo Luwesi Cush & Philp Wambua Peter,Competitive Farming Strategies And Their Effects On Irrigation Water Demand And Farming Profitability Among Smallholder Farms: The Case Of Muooni Dam, Kenya Uppsala/ Sweden 25-28 Sept. 2014
  • Chris Allan Shisanya, Cush Ngonzo Luwesi, Joy Apiyo Obando, 2014, Innovative but Not Feasible: Green Water Saving Schemes at the Crossroad in Semi-Arid Lands, Innovative Water Resource Use and Management for Poverty Reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Anthology (OSSREA), pp. 137-172, ISBN: 978-99944-55-75-1
  • James Maina Mathenge, Cush L. Ngonzo, Chris Allan Shisanya, Ishmail Mahiri, Rose Adhiambo Akombo, Mary Nyawira Mutiso, 2014, Water Security Where Governmental Policies Conflictwith Local Practices: The Roles of Community Water Management Systems in Ngaciuma-Kinyaritha, Kenya, International Journal of Innovative Research and Development (IJIRD) Vol. 3 (5), pp. 793-804, ISSN 2278 – 0211 (Online)
  • James Maina Mathenge, Cush L. Ngonzo, Chris Allan Shisanya, Ishmail Mahiri, Rose Adhiambo Akombo, Mary Nyawira Mutiso, 2014, Community Participation in Water Sector Governance in Kenya: A Performance Based Appraisal of Community Water Management Systems in Ngaciuma-Kinyaritha Catchment, Tana Basin, Mount Kenya Region, International Journal of Innovative Research and Development (IJIRD) Vol. 3 (5), pp. 783-792, ISSN 2278 – 0211 (Online)
  • Philip Wambua Peter, Gorretti Ofafa, Samuel Otor, Cush L. Ngonzo, 2014, Teaching Workload Analysis for Performance Contracting and Service Delivery in the Academic Setting of Kenya, International Journal of Innovative Research and Development (IJIRD) Vol. 3 (5), pp 680-693, ISSN 2278 – 0211 (Online)
  • Philip Wambua Peter, Mary Namusonge, Clifford Waema, Cush Luwesi Ngonzo, 2014, Competitive Strategies’ Effects on the Market Share of Independent Petroleum Companies in Kenya, International Journal of Innovative Research and Development (IJIRD) Vol. 3 (5), pp 149-153, ISSN 2278 – 0211 (Online)
  • Rose A. Akombo, Cush N. Luwesi, Chris A. Shisanya and Joy A. Obando., 2014, Green Water Credits for Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry in Arid and Semi-Arid Tropics of Kenya, Journal of Agri-Food and Applied Sciences (JAAS)  Vol. 2 (4), pp. 86-92, E-ISSN: 2311-6730
  • Cush Ngonzo Luwesi, Nele Förch, Mary Nyawira Mutiso, Rose Adhiambo Akombo, Philip Wambua Peter, Esam Badr.,  2014, A Performance Assessment and Evaluation of IWM Capacity Building Activities on Participatory Water Resource Management in Kenya, JAAS,  Vol. 2 (4), pp.93-108, E-ISSN: 2311-6730
  • James Maina Mathenge, Cush Ngonzo Luwesi, Chris Allan Shisanya,, Ishmail Mahiri, Rose Adhiambo Akombo, Mary Nyawira Mutiso., 2014, The Contribution of Community Water Managememt Systems to Enhanced Water Security under Changing Legal and Weather Conditions in Kenya, JAAS,  Vol. 2 (4), pp. 113-123, E-ISSN: 2311-6730
  • Luwesi, CN, Shisanya, CA & Obando, JA, 2013, Applied Inventory Models for Evaluating Water and Food Security: Approaches and Lessons from Smallholder Farms of Muooni Catchment, Machakos District, Kenya. , JAAS – Vol. 1 (2):  37- 45., ISSN: 2311-6730
  • Luwesi, CN & Badr, E, 2013, Essentials of Implementation of Improved Green Water Management In Muooni Catchment, Machakos District of Kenya., Journal of Agri-Food and Applied Sciences (JAAS) – Vol. 1 (2): 63-70, ISSN: 2311-6730
  • Luwesi, CN, Shisanya, CA & Obando, JA, 2013, Hydro-Economic Inventory Models for Planning and Evaluation of Farming Water Efficiency in a Semi-Arid Watershed of Kenya., JAAS – Vol. 1 (2): 56-62, ISSN: 2311-6730
  • Luwesi, CN, Shisanya, CA & Obando, JA, 2013, Hydro-Economic Inventory for Sustainable livelihood in Kenyan ASALs: The Case of Muooni Catchment., JAAS - Vol. 1 (2): 46-55., ISSN: 2311-6730
  • Luwesi, CN, Shisanya, CA & Obando, JA, 2013, Applied Inventory Models for Evaluating Water and Food Security: Approaches and Lessons from Smallholder Farms of Muooni Catchment, Machakos District, Kenya., JAAS – Vol. 1 (2): 37- 45. ISSN: 2311-6730
  • Ngonzo, CL, Shisanya, CA & Obando, JA, 2013, Climate Change, Excess Land-Uses and Farmers’ Water Demand: An Induction from Smallholder Farms In Muooni Dam Site, Kenya., JAAS – Vol. 1 (2): 24-36., ISSN: 2311-6730
  • Ngonzo, CL, Shisanya, CA & Obando, JA, 2013, Hydro-Geomorphologic Impact Assessment and Economic Viability of Smallholder Farms In Muooni Catchment, Machakos District., JAAS – Vol. 1 (1): 16-23., ISSN: 2311-6730
  • Luwesi, CN, Shisanya, CA & Obando, JA, 2012, Warming and Greening: The Dilemma facing Green Water Economy under Changing Hydro-Climatic Conditions in Muooni Catchment (Machakos, Kenya)- 304 p Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-8484-8562-8
  • Luwesi, CN, Shisanya, CA & Obando, JA, 2011, Toward a hydro-economic approach for risk assessment and mitigation planning for farming water disasters in semi-arid Kenya”. In: M. Savino (ed), Risk Management in Environment, Production and Economy, pp. 27-46, InTech, ISBN: 978-953-307-313-2

Title/Qualifications: Dr. /PhD
Department/Unit/Section: Philosophy and religious studies
Contact Address: St. Paul’s University, Private Bag, Limuru
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Position: Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Islam, theology
Research Interests:  religion, gender, ICT/Education, theology, politics
Google Scholar link/No: GOOGLE SCHOLAR
ORCID ID: 000 0-00002-0816-2464


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Publications

Referred Journals

  • Polygamy and violence of gender rights in the kenya society; historical reflections on kenyan constitution ” in African Multidisciplinary journal of research, Volume Six, Issue 1 2021 

  • Bwire, J. Peter. The Mission of the Church in Fighting Devolved Corruption in Kenya: Historicity, Milestones and Emerging Challenges in July 2019 Issue - Volume 4, Issue I African Multidisciplinary Journal of Research
  • John Peter Bwire, 2019 “Emergence of religious radicalism and violent extremism: Historical roots and contemporary trends in Kenya with a focus on Al Shabaab”
  • ” in African Multidisciplinary journal of research, Vol.4 No1, 2019
  • John Peter Bwire, 2019 “Improving Learning Outcomes and Quality through ICT in University Distance Education” in African Multidisciplinary journal of research, Vol.1 No3, 2018
  • John Peter Bwire, 2018, An Analysis of world view and negative ethnicity, its implications on Kenyan Politics, Based on Richard Niebuhr’s Five Paradigms on Culture, in Pac University Journal of Arts and social sciences Vol. 2 No. 1
  • John Peter Bwire. 2016 Mainstreaming, Women Roles and Challenges for Church Growth in Africa in African Multidisciplinary journal of research, Vol.1 No2, 2016. ISSN-2518-2986
  • John Peter Bwire, 2015, “Mainstreaming and revitalizing women groups in Agribusiness in rural Kenya through Microfinance, in Pac University Journal of Arts and social sciences Vol. 1 No. 1

Books and Books Chapters

  • Bwire, J.P. 2020. Gender Equity through Microfinance in Islamic Family Law: Cultural and Socio-economic challenges in Kamukunji Constituency, Kenya. LAP Lambert,  Academic publishers
  • 2012, June, John Peter Bwire.  “Sufi Islam and Militia links between Kenya and Somalia” can be accessed on the internet through: john peter Bwire or Amazon.books. Lambeth Publishers
  • 2012, John Peter Bwire “Divergence and convergence in the Quran and Kenya constitution on gender Equity and Human rights. The international symposium on Quran and contemporary issues 4th -5th June, 2011, published by Iran Embassy/Nairobi University

Chapters in Books

  • John Peter Bwire. How to practice Biblical Equity in the Society, in “the quest for gender equity in leadership: Biblical teachings on gender equity and illustrations for transformation in Africa.”Edited by KeumJu jewel Hyun &Diphus C. Chemorion, WIPF & STOCK, Eugene, Oregon, 2016

Research

  • Bwire, J.P. 2020. Gender Equity through Microfinance in Islamic Family Law: Cultural and Socio-economic challenges in Kamukunji Constituency, Kenya. LAP Lambert,  Academic publishers
  • 2012, June, John Peter Bwire.  “Sufi Islam and Militia links between Kenya and Somalia” can be accessed on the internet through: john peter Bwire or Amazon.books. Lambeth Publishers

Articles Published in conference proceedings

  • 2012, John Peter Bwire “Divergence and convergence in the Quran and Kenya constitution on gender Equity and Human rights. The international symposium on Quran and contemporary issues 4th -5th June, 2011, published by Iran Embassy/Nairobi University

Conference/Workshops/Seminar Papers

  • -1st -4th July, 2019.Participated in training on Freedom of Religion or Belief (FORB) organized by PROCMURA and Danish Mission Council Development Department
  • 18TH June, 2019.Department of Philosophy and Religious studies Postgraduate seminar
  • 2018: Date: May 31 – June 3, 2018, BIBLICAL EQUITY CONFERENCE “New Voices: Sparking a Flame for Biblical Equity in Africa “Arise, shine, your light has come!” Isa 60:1 An International Conference and Training on Biblical Equity Venue: Brackenhurst Conference Center, Limuru, Kenya
  • 4th, Jan, 2018,Capacity Building seminar for staff mentors. By Kenyatta University Directorate ofCareer development and mentoring programme, at BSSC RM 142
  • 28th June 2008;Attended a conference; title; contested space; conflict, Religion and Politics in Africa, at SPU
  •  12th Thursday Jan, 2006;Attended a conference; title; Sharia Debates Research Project, organized by St. Paul’s and Volkswagen foundation & Bayreuth Universities, St. Julians. Limuru
  • 23rd August 2006;attended a Regional Conference on Islam in Eastern Africa; Theme; Islam’s Encounter with the challenges of the 21st Century; sponsors were; Kenyatta University, Tangaza College, Iranian Cultural Centre, NCCK, PROCMURA, AACC

Presentation of papers at academic and professional conferences

  • 30th, June, 2022. TITLE: The Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on the Church in Kenya in the Context of Modern Technology. Held on 30th June 2022, St. Paul’s University, Machakos Campus, the second international conference, 2022.
  • 17TH /1/2022. Presented a paper on “Dialogue In Christian-Muslim Relations: Challenges And Opportunities” PROCMURA, Arusha Tanzania.

  • 1ST/12/202. Presented the key note address as the quest of honor in a Youth symposium organized by PROCMURA, on “preventing and combating religious intolerance in learning institutions”.

  • October 4th – 7 October 2021,

    “The role of Gender Equity in management of conflicts among major stakeholders in university education” presented at St. Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya during the Commissioning of the Joshua and Timothy School of Theology and Ultimate Celebration of Wholesome Education

  • October 2021. 4th -7th

    “Leadership Conflicts between University Management and Lecturers Union (Uasu) and Its Implications on University Quality Education” A paper in the symposium at St. Paul’s University on “The Quest for Biblical Servant Leadership: Insights from the Global Church. Theme Verse: "Do you understand what I have done for you?" (Jn. 13:12b

  • (2021), 6th – 7th October 2021,

    Information literacy for lifelong learning: shortfalls in teaching and learning in online education” A Paper presented in Virtual 7th International Annual October Conference on Education and Lifelong Learning, THE KU OCTOBER EDUCATION CONFERENCE

  • 19th -23rd, September, 2021. Presented a Key note address as the main speaker, at the Youth symposium on “preventing and combating religious intolerance in learning institutions, in EAST AFRICA”, organized by PROGRAMME FOR CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM RELATIONS IN AFRICA (PROCMURA), at YWCA, Nairobi.

  • 2017 22-25 of May 2017,CCT Bishops’ Conference, ‘Radicalization of youths’ Bagamoyo Tanzania,
  • 31st -3rd August 2016,The impact of youth integral mentorship program for holistic capacity building: a case for Kenyatta University” A Paper presented to IASYM Africa conference 2016 youth Ministry in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya,
  •  22nd to 25th August 2016, “The Place and Quality Education of Parallel Programmes in Institutions of Higher Learning: A Case for Kenyatta and St. Paul’s Universities.” A Paper Presented At the 1st Biennial Conference on the State Of Higher Education in Kenya, in collaboration with commission for University education, On the Theme, “Status of Higher Education in Kenya & SASA, 2016 4th Conference” Kenyatta University.
  • 29th -30th October 2015,Mainstreaming the role of women for balanced Church Growth and development, Presented during the 2nd Integral mission Conference, St. Paul’s University
  • October 2015,An analysis of the roots of radicalization in Islam. Presented to Consolata Institute of Philosophy, Karen                               
  • 20th September, 2014,Religious extremism and radicalization: A paper presented at PROCMURA conference
  • 28th -30th May 2014,Polygamy and women rights in the Kenya constitution; Future implications of Marriage Act 2014 on Family institution: A paper presented to post colonial theology conference, at St Paul’s University
  • 2013, 1st-7th July,TITLE: the Aga khan foundation: the spiritual and economic outreach reforms of Sir Eboo Pirbhai in Ismailia community, Kenya. At St. Julian's retreat centre
  • 2013, August,Title: the influence of self-esteem upon the youth in the church: a case study of Namboboto ACK and St. Paul’s University Chapel., at AACC, AITIEA
  • 2012, 1st -3rd August,Presented a paper on Gender based violence in Islamic family law:  in Kenyatta University
  • 2011, 6th -10th August,Presented a paper on 7th Annual international Conference, on Knowledge creation and dissemination for the realization of millennium Development Goals 
  • 20112 1st -23rd Sep.,Presented a paper on 6th international Conference: research Expo, on the theme “Transformative research for sustainable Development, Njoro University, ARC Hotel Njoro Campus”
  • May 24th -26th 2011,Presented a paper on international Conference on “the idea of an African University” the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, May 2010.Presented a paper on; A multi-Party Democracy Mainstreaming of the Torah in developing Biblical Hermeneutics in Africa; A case study of the Post-election Violence 2008 in Kenya.. At SPU
  • 20th March 2010; On The theme: Kadhi Courts in Kenya; Differing Perspectives. Title Paper; Political & Gender Perspectives in Kadhi Courts in Kenya. Nairobi University
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Title/Qualifications: Associate Prof./B.Ed (Arts); MA, Ph.D
Department/Unit/Section: PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES/ CENTER FOR GENDER EQUITY AND EMPOWERMENT
Contact Address: Centre for Gender Equity And EmpowermentP. O. Box 43844, 00100 Nairobi
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Position: Associate Professor, Dept. of Philosophy & Religious Studies/ Director, Centre for Gender Equity and Empowerment
Area of Specialization: African Christianity- History and Theology; New Religious Movements

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PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journals

Books

  • 2018 (ongoing) Religion, Spirituality and Power in Kenya and Uganda.
  • 2016; Patterns of Urban Christianity in East Africa, Nairobi: Acton Publishers (Ed with Steven O’Malley).
  • Philomena N. Mwaura, T. M. Hinga, A. Kubai and H. Ayanga (eds) 2008. HIV/AIDS, Women and Religion in Africa: Ethical and Theological Responses, Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Publications. ISBN 978 1875053 698
  • Philomena N. Mwaura and Nahashon W. Ndung’u (eds.) 2005Challenges and Prospects for the Church in Africa in the 21st Century. Nairobi; Pauline’s Publishing house. ISBN 9966081046
  • Philomena N. Mwaura and Lilian D. Chirairo (eds.) 2005,Theology in the Context of Globalization: African Women’s Response. Nairobi, EATWOT. ISBN 9789966981653 

Articles in Books

  • 2018; “Catholicism with a Difference: popular Catholicism in Kenya”;
  • 2018; “Spiritual Warfare and Healing in Kenyan Pentecostalism”, in Stan Ilo (ed) Fire From Heaven: Pentecostalism, Catholicism and the Spirit World. Wipf and Stock.
  • 2015; “The Gospel of the Family: From Africa to the World”, in A.E. Orobator (eds.) The Church we Want: African Catholics Look to Vatican III. New York: Maryk 2015,
  • 2014; “How Africa are Instituted Churches: Ecclesiology of Africa Instituted Churches” in Agbokhianmeghe, E. A. Orobator (ed.) The Church We Want: Foundations of Theology and Mission of the Church in Africa: Conversions on Ecclesiology. Nairobi: Pauline’s, 296-309
  • 2014; “ Spiritually and Healing in African Indigenous Churches and Contemporary Society” in, Bediako M.G., Quarshie, B.Y And Asamoah-Gyau, J.K.,Seeing New Facets of the Diamond: Christianity as a Universal Faith Essays in Honour of Kwame Bediako. Oxford: Regnum Publishers, 325-335.
  • 2014; “African Instituted Churches as Expressions of African Christianity”, in J.N.K Mugambi, Evaristi Magoti, C. (eds.), Endless Quest: The Vocation of an African Christian Theologian, Essays in Honour of Laurenti Magesa, Nairobi: Acton Publishers. 247-272.
  • 2014; “Christianity and other Religious with Particular Reference to African Religion and African Women’s Chrisologies” in, Markus Luber, Roman Beck and Simon Neubert, Christus und Die Religionen, Regensburg: Verlag Pustet, 219-236.
  • 2013; “The Socio-cultural Context in which Justice is sought in Africa”, in Orobator E.A., Practicing Reconciliation, Doing Justice, and Building Peace: Conversations on Catholic Theological Ethics in Africa. Nairobi: Pauline’s. Pp75-81.
  • 2012; “Woman Lost in the Global Maze; Women in East Africa under Globalization” in McLintock, F. M., and Briggs, S. The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology. Oxford University Press pp 250-279, ISBN 79-0-19-9273388
  • 2011; “Practices for Sustaining Revitalization in Local Communities: Perspectives from Africa”, in O’Malley J. Steve (ed.) Interpretive Trends in Christian Revitalization for Early Twenty First Century, Lexington Kentucky: Emeth Press, pp 177-183, 978-1-60947-018-0.
  • 2010; “African Instituted Churches and Women in Urban Kenya”, Chinwe M.A. Nwoye (eds.), Urban Ministry in Africa: Theological Reflections for the 21st Century, Nairobi: Pauline’s, pp. 86-100, ISBN, 9966-08-549-1.
  • 2010; “Christian Identity and Ethnicity in Africa: Reflections on the Gospel of Reconciliation”, Diane Stinton (ed.) African Theology on the Way: Current Conversations. London: SPCK pp. 128-138. ISBN 978-0-281-06251-5
  • 2010; “Mission as Service of Justice, Peace in the Church in Africa”. Joshva Raja, Val Ogden, George Wauchope and Sumitra Fernando (eds.) Towards A Reconstruction of Mission Stories: Building Communities of Peace and Hope, New Delhi: ISPCK. pp 3-22. ISBN 978-81-8465-058-7.
  • 2008; “The African Social and Religious Reality”, Getui, M.N.; Susin, L.C. and Churu, B.W. (eds.) Spirituality for Another Possible World. Nairobi: Twaweza Publications, pp 74-86. ISBN, 9966-7244-4-.
  • 2008; “The Role of Charismatic Christianity in Reshaping the Religious Scene in Africa: The Case of Kenya”, Afe Adogame, Roswith Gerloff and Klaus Hock (eds.) Christianity in Africa and the African Diaspora: The Appropriation of a Scattered Heritage. London: Continuum. Pp, ISBN, 981-1847-063-175.
    2008; “Civic Driven Change: Spirituality, Religion and Faith”, Alan Fowler and Kees Biekart (eds.) Civic Driven Change: Citizen’s Imagination in Action, The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, pp. 51-65. ISBN 978-90-812200-3-3.
  • 2008; “Gendered Appropriation of Mass Media in Kenyan Christianities: A Comparison of Two Women Led Churches in Nairobi”, in Ogbu U. Kalu and Alaine Low (eds.) Interpreting Global Christianity: Global Processes and Local Identities, Grand Rapids Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, pp. 274-295. ISBN, 978-0-8028-6242-6.
  • 2008; “Violation of Human Rights of Kenyan Women with HIV/AIDS through Stigma and Discrimination”, in T.M. Hinga, A.N. Kubai, P.N. Mwaura and H. Ayanga (eds.) Women, Religion and HIV/AIDS in Africa: Responding to Ethical and Theological Challenges. Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Publications, pp. 126-143. ISBN
  • 2008; “Nigerian Pentecostal Missionary Enterprise in Kenya: Taking the Cross Over”, in Stephen Spencer (ed.), Mission and Migration, Derby: Cliff College Publishing. Pp53-77, ISBN, 978-1-898362-39-5.
  • 2007; “Gender and Power in African Christianity: African Instituted Churches and Pentecostal Churches” in Ogbu U. Kalu (ed.) African Christianity: An African Story, Trenton New Jersey: Africa World Press, pp. 359-407. ISBN, 1-59221-581-5.
  • 2007, “Religion and Leadership: A Challenge to Creation of a Just Society”, in Kimani Njogu (ed.) Governance: Towards Quality Leadership in Kenya. Nairobi: Twaweza Publications.
  • 2006; “Ritual Healing and Redefinition of Individual Personality in African Instituted Churches in Kenya”. Adam K. arap Chepkwony (ed.) Religion and Healing in Africa: Reflection for Theology in the 21st Century. Nairobi, Pauline’s pp.64-81.
  • 2005; “Women and Evangelization: A Challenge to the Church in the Third Millenium”, Ndung’u N.W. and Mwaura P.N. (eds.) Challenges and Prospects for the Church in Africa in the 21st Century. Nairobi: Pauline’s. pp, ISBN 9966-08-104-6.
  • 2005; “Nigerian Pentecostal Missionary Enterprise in Kenya”, Korieh, C.J. And Ugo Nwokeji, (eds.) Religion, History and Politics in Nigeria: Essays in Honour of Ogbu U. Kalu. University press of America. pp. 270-289. ISBN, 0-7618-3140-1.
  • 2005; “The Lives of Kenyan Women under Globalization”, in Mwaura P.N. and Chirairo L.D. (eds.) Theology in the Context of Globalization: African Women’s Response, Nairobi: Ecumenical Association of third World Theologians, (EATWOT) Women’s Commission. Pp. ISBN, 9966-9816-5-9.
  • 2004; “African Instituted Churches and their Contribution to African Christianity”, Bediako K., Jansen M., Butselaar J.V. and Verburg A. (eds.) A New Day Dawning, African Christians Living the Gospel. Essays in Honour of Hans Visser. Uitgeverji Boekencentrum, Zoelermeer, pp.96-115. ISBN, 90 239 1790 1.
  • 2004; “African Instituted Churches: A Perspective from Kenya”, Mugambi J.N.K. and Getui M.N. (eds.) Religions in East Africa under Globalization, Nairobi: Acton Publishers. pp 101-120.ISBN
  • 2003; “Building a Culture of Peace through Reconciliation from an African Instituted Churches Perspective”, Getui, M. and Musyoni, W. (eds.) Overcoming Violence: A Faith Based Approach, Nairobi: National Council of Churches of Kenya. pp 87-108. ISBN 9966-9817-1-6.
  • 2003; “Gender and the Reconstruction Process”, Anono, Temple, A.C. (ed.) A Kairos Moment; We will Rise and Rebuild! Nairobi: AACC. pp 32-44.
  • 2003; “Impact of Emerging Expressions of Christianity in Africa on Women.” Anono, Temple A.C. (ed.) Emerging Christian Expressions and Challenges of Christian Fundamentalism. Nairobi: AACC Publications. pp 68-80.
  • 2003; “Feminist Biblical Interpretation and Hermeneutics of Liberation: An African Women’s Perspective”, Sylvia Schroer and Sophia Bieternhard (eds.) Feminist Biblical; Interpretation and Hermeneutics of Liberation. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. pp 77-85.
  • 2002; “Cries of the Poor: Response of the Church in Africa,” in Peter Kanyandago (ed.) Cries of the Poor in Africa: Questions and Responses for African Christianity (Kampala: Marianum Press) pp 193 – 211. A Burning Stick Plucked Out of the Fire; 2002; The Story of Rev. Margaret Wanjiru of Jesus Is Alive Ministries,” Isabel A. Phiri et al (eds.) Her – Stories: Hidden Histories of Women of Faith in Africa, (Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Publications) pp, 202 – 224.
  • 2001; “The Impact of Globalization on Women in Kenya,” Getui M. N. and Theuri M. (eds.) Quest for Abundant Life in Africa, Nairobi: Acton Publishers. 2001; “Perceptions of Healing and Health in African Instituted Churches” Heilong in Mission Und Ukumene. (Homburg: EMW, Weltmission Heute), pp 142 – 152. 2001;HIV/AIDS: A Facilitators Manual (Nairobi, Pauline’s). (Written together with others for the Education Department, Kenya Episcopal Conference).
  • 2001; “The Old Testament in the Nabii Christian Church of Kenya,” Getui M. et al (eds.) Interpreting the Old Testament in Africa, (Nairobi: Acton Publishers), pp 165 – 2000; “Women in Kenya between Tradition and Modernity,” Fritz Frei (ed.) Inkulturation Swizchen Tradition and Modernitat (Universitatverlag Freiburg), pp 73- 1999; “The Role of Women in the Democratization Process,” Magesa L. and Nthamburi Z. eds., Democracy and Reconciliation: Challenging Essays in African Christianity. (Nairobi: Acton Publishers), pp 50 – 72.
  • 1997; “The Role of Women in the Democratization Process,” Kabira W. and Masheti M. eds., Towards Gender Responsive Politics. (Nairobi: Frederick Ebert Foundation and Collaborative Center for Gender and Development), pp 74 – 92.
  • 1996; “Die Situation der Afrikanischen Frau am Beispiel Kenia,” das Weibliche, Edith Stein Jahrbuch (Echter: Wurburg), pp. 235 – 248.
  • 1996; “Women’s Healing Roles in Traditional Gikuyu Society,” M.R.A Kanyoro and Njoroge J.N. eds.: Groaning in Faith: African Women in the Household of God. (Nairobi: Acton Publishers), pp 253 – 269.
  • 1996; “Perceptions of Healing and Health in African Instituted Churches,” Social Behavior and Health. Monograph No. 3 June 1996. (Nairobi: University of Nairobi, Inter-faculty Collaboration Programme), pp 30 – 35.
  • 1995; “Healing, a Pastoral Concern in African Christianity,” Waruta D. and Kinoti H. (eds.). Pastoral Care in African Christianity. (Nairobi: Acton Publishers) pp 62 – 86).

Being invited to a Conference as Guest Speaker

  • 20th-26th February 2018, Presented a paper on “Women, HIV/AIDS and Stigmatization, at the Consultation on Gender Inequalities and HIV and AIDS, the Institut Fur Weltkirche Und Mission, Frankfurt Germany.
  • 11th 0ctober 2017 delivered a Plenary Speech on The Prophetic Role of the Church in addressing Challenges in Africa, at the headquarters of the Presbyterian Church of Rwanda in Kigali, Rwanda.
  • 18th July 2017, Delivered a Paper on the state of Catholic Theology in Africa at the General Assembly of the International Network of Societies for Catholic Theology, at Dharmaram Theological College, Christ University, Bangalore, India.
  • 29th April 2017, delivered a Paper on Lament and Compassion among African Women and Saints in Relation to Gender Based Violence at the Towards an Intrinsic Feminine Theology, Conference, Pontifical University Urbaniana, Rome
  • 4th March 2017, Delivered a Key Note Speech on Pentecostal Theological Education in Africa: Challenges and Prospects, at a Conference Organized by the Association of Evangelical Theologians at Daystar University.
  • 28th April 2016, Delivered a Plenary Paper at the Conference on, Towards an Intrinsic Feminine Theology, Pontifical University of Urbaniana, Rome entitled, African Women at the Heart of Mission.
  • 18th April 2016, Delivered a Plenary Paper at the Fire From Heaven: Pentecostalism, Catholicism and the Spirit World, De Paul University, Chicago, USA, entitled, Spiritual Warfare and Healing in Kenyan Pentecostalism.
  • May 2015; Delivered the Third Annual Hendrick Kraemer Public Lecture at Protestant Theological University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Presented a paper entitled “Gender Empowerment in African Public Theology: The Case of the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians.”
  • 1st December 2010; Delivered the Mary Ward lecture at Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology, University of Cambridge, UK on the Circle of African Women’s Theologians and its Engagement in Public Theology.
  • 16th March 2010; Delivered a Public lecture at the Overseas Ministries Study Center, New Haven, Connecticut, USA entitled “Christian Identity and the Gospel of Reconciliation”.
  • 16th – 23rd August 2008; 12th General Assembly of the International Association for Mission Studies, Balaton Fured Hotel, Hungary.Delivered the Presidential Speech; “Human Identity and Ethnicity in Africa: Reflections on the Gospel of Reconciliation”.
  • 7th June 2008; Methodist World Mission Conference held at The Haynes Conference Center, Swanick, UK. Gave Key Note Address on;TheFuture of Christian Mission.
  • 21st September 2007; Loreto Convent Valley Road prize Giving Day: Presided over the Prize Giving event and delivered a speech on Goal and Purpose of Education in the 21st Century.
  • 2nd – 5th July 2007; British and Irish Association for Mission Studies Annual Conference on, Migration and Mission: Westminster College, University of Cambridge. Gave a Key Note Speech on Religion and Migration.
  • 14th – 19th January 2007; Second World Forum on Theology and Liberation. Carmelite Centre, Nairobi. Gave a Plenary Speech on Theology for another Possible World.
  • 26th – 30th July 2005; The Grail Women Spirituality Workshop, CYW Social Center, Gave the Key Note Address, Mwanza Tanzania on Violence Against Women: Pastoral Challenges.
  • 4th – 6th November 2004; Kenya Medical Association Conference on Maternal Health and Safe Abortion; Pan Africa Hotel, Nairobi. Presented a Plenary Speech on Christian Perspectives on Abortion.
  • 31st July – 7th August 2004; 11th Congress of the International Association for Mission Studies, Regency Hotel, Port Dicksor, Malaysia. Presented a Plenary Speech on; The Integrity of Mission in the Light of the Gospel.
  • 11th – 15th September 2003; Third international Interdisciplinary Conference on African Christianity in Europe at Hirschluch Conference Center, Berlin, Germany. Presented a Plenary Speech on Charismatic and the Changing Religious Landscape in Kenya.

Presentation of Papers at Academic Conferences/Workshops/Seminars

  • 16th to 18th July 2015, “The Gospel of the Family: From Africa to the World”, paper presented at the Third Theological Colloquium on Church, Religion and Society in Africa (TCCRSA), held at the Hekima Institute for Peace Studies and International Relations.
  • 12th -13th March 2015; “Enhancing Excellence in Gender Equity and Inclusion across Resources and Institutional Policy Structures.” Paper presented at the Equality and Inclusion Development Agency Conference, Morendat Conference Center, Naivasha, Kenya.
  • 26th-28th July 2014; “Women and political Leadership in Africa: Challenges and Prospects.” Paper presented at the Social Economic and Political forum Conference held at the Barcelona Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria.
  • 6th – 8th August 2014; “How African are African Instituted Churches? Ecclesiology of African Instituted churches,” paper presented at the TCCRSA Second Colloquium held at the Hekima Institute for Peace Studies and international Relations, Nairobi,
  • 12th – 16th October 2014;” “Gender Justice for Community Transformation”. Paper presented at the All African Theological Education by Extension Conference held at Churchill Hotel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
  • 24th – 26th September 2014. “Christianity and other Religions with Particular Reference to other Religions and African Women’s Christologies”, paper presented at the Christ and other Religions Conference held at the Institute for Global Church and Mission, Frankfurt Germany
  • 6th – 8th August 2013. “The Laity in African Theology and Church,” paper presented at the Second TCCRSA Conference, held at Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations, Nairobi.
  • 26th May - 9th June 2013; “Africa Moral and Values; “Prayers in the Africa context.” Papers presented at the All Africa Conference of Churches Theological Institute held at Gaggba National Seminary, Kampala, Uganda
  • 22nd February 2013; “Gender Issues since Vatican II. The Missing Voices of Women in the Church in Africa.” Paper presented at the Tangaza University College Theology Week,
  • 17th January 2013; “The Global Urban World and its Impact on Leadership and Ministry: the Case of Kenya. ’ Paper presented at the First Symposium on Women in Leadership and Ministry; City Seminary of New York,
  • 23rd August 2012; “African Feminism and Development: A Critique of the Circle of Concerned African Women’s Theologians Engagement with Public Theology”, Paper presented at a Symposium on African Feminism held at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi..
  • 21st to 22nd August 2012; “The African Context and the Church’s Pursuit of Justice”. Response to Peter Henriot’s paper on,“Justice as a Consequence of Love”, Paper presented at the First Bilingual Expert Seminar; Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church held at Hekima College, Nairobi,.
  • 1st – 3rd August 2012. “Sex War and the Politics of Power in the Church: Towards a Reconstruction of Femininity”. Paper Presented in conjunction with Dr. Margaret Gecaga held at the International Conference on Gender Based Violence, Kenyatta University; Nairobi.
  • 16th – 21st April 2012; “The Eucharist and Healing: An African Perspective”, Paper presented at the World Catholicism Week at the Center for World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology, De Paul University, Chicago, USA.
  • 22nd – 26th June 2011; “The Role of Women in Peace-building: An Indigenous African Religious Perspective”. Paper presented at the Peace-building in Society and Religion, International Symposium held on Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
  • 4th to 5th March 2011, Nairobi. “Contextualization of Religious Studies Curriculum: Mainstreaming Values, Ethics and Morals in the Kenyan Education System”. Paper presented at Christ the Teacher Institute of Education Symposium Nairobi held at Tangaza College, Nairobi.
  • 23rd to 28th July 2010; “Christian Identity and Ethnicity: Reflections on the Gospel of Reconciliation”. Paper presented at the Second conference of the Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church, held in Trento, Italy.
  • 22nd -25th July 2010; “A Spirituality of Resistance and Hope: African Instituted Churches’ Response to Poverty”, Paper presented at the Politics, Poverty and Prayer: Global African Spiritualties and Social Transformation, Conference held at NEGEST, Nairobi.
  • 2nd to 6th June 2010; “Mission in East Africa 1910-2010”. Paper presented at the Edinburg 2010 Conference held on Edinburgh, UK.
  • 1st to 2nd April 2010; “The Future of Mission in Africa: A Quest for Holistic Mission”. Paper presented at the MaryKnoll Conference on the Future of Mission in Africa, held AT Tangaza College, Nairobi.
  • 20th March 2010; “Women in Mission in the Context of Socio-Economic and Ethnic Diversity in Nairobi, Kenya”. Paper presented at the Evangelical Missiological Society North East Region Annual Conference, Overseas Ministries Study Center. New Haven, USA.
  • 18th-22ndAugust 2009; “Contribution of the Lay Faithful in a Christian way to the Evolving African Culture”. Paper presented at the International Federation of Catholic Action Conference. Dimese Sisters Conference Center, Karen, Nairobi.
  • 22-26th June 2009; “A Survey of the Study of Religion and Theological Education in Kenya”. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of Academic Societies in the fields of Religion and Theology, held on at University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.
  • 22-26th June 2009; “Regional Theological Associations and Theological Curriculum Development in Eastern Africa: Challenges and Prospects”. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of Academic Societies in the fields of Religion and Theology. University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.
  • 26th-28th May 2009; “Perceptions of Mission in Women Led Charismatic Churches in Nairobi”. Paper presented at the Edinburgh 2010 East Africa Conference held on at the Carmelite Community Center.
  • 19th-21st May 2009; “Spirituality and Healing in African Indigenous Spirituality and Contemporary Society”. Paper presented at African Spirituality Responding to Contemporary Challenges in Africa, Conference at Tangaza College, Nairobi.
  • 13th-17th October; “Civic Driven Change: Spirituality, Religion and Faith”. Paper presented at the Civic Driven Change Conference held at the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands.
  • 16th-23rd August 2008; “Christian Identity and the Gospel of Reconciliation: A Perspective from Africa”, Paper presented at The International Association for Mission Studies 12th General Assembly, held at Balantofured Hotel, Hungary.
  • 6th-8th June 2008; “Reconstructing Mission: The Church in Africa in Service to Justice, Peace and Reconciliation”, Paper presented at the Methodist World Mission Conference, The Haynes Conference Center, Swanick, England.
  • 15th-16th February 2008; “African Culture and Christianity: The Role of Women in the Church”, Paper presented at the Hekima College Theology Week, Hekima Jesuit School of Theology, Nairobi.
  • 15th-19th October 2007; “Alternative Vision for Transformative Development: Perspectives from Christianity with Particular Reference to the New Christian Expressions in Africa”, Paper presented at the Conference on Transforming Development, held at Kontak der Kontinenten Conference Center, The Netherlands.
  • 2nd-5th July 2007; “Taking the Cross Over: Nigerian Pentecostal Missionary Enterprise in Kenya”. Paper presented at the British and Irish Association for Mission Studies Annual Conference held at Westminster College, Cambridge, UK.
  • 16th-19th January 2007; “The African Religious and Social Reality”. Paper presented at the World Forum on Theology and Liberation, held at Carmelite Centre, Nairobi Kenya.
  • 8th-12th August 2006; “Tourist Evangelism: A Response to Professor J.N.K. Mugambi”. Paper presented at the All Africa Conference of Churches Consultation on “Strengthening Theological Thinking in Africa”. Silver Springs Hotel, Nairobi.
  • 21st-28th July 2006; “Cultural Alternatives to Globalization: Perspectives from East Africa”. Paper presented at the Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians General Assembly, held on at Kempton Park, Johannesburg, South Africa.
  • 25th-30th September 2005; “Response to Prof. Bernard Eguex: The Anthropological Dimension of the Patient’s Treatment”, Paper presented at the International Ecumenical Study Consultation on ‘The Global Health Situation and the Mission of the Church in the 21st Century’ held on at Christian Jensen Kolleg, Breklum, Germany.
  • 8th -1oth September 2005 “Religion and HIV/AIDS”, Paper presented at the International Conference on Religion, Human Rights and Development, Kontakt der Kontinenten, Soesterberg, Netherlands.
  • 12th-14th May 2005; “The Impact of Religious Fundamentalism on Women’s Human Rights”, Paper presented at the International Conference on ‘Fundamentalism and Human Rights’, Montreal Canada.
  • 24th-30th March 2005; “Ritual Healing and Reintegration of Individual Personality in African Instituted Churches”. Paper presented at the International Association for the History of Religious (IAHR) XIXth World Congress, Tokyo Japan.
  • 28th February –5th March 2005; “Towards a Theology of Hope from a Holistic Perspective through Interfaith Dialogue”. Paper presented at the EATWOT Regional Conference held on at University of Ghana, Legon; Accra, Ghana.
  • 4th-6th November 2004; “Religious Perspective on Abortion” Paper presented at the Kenya Medical Association Conference on Maternal Health and Safe Abortion held on at Pan Africa Hotel, Nairobi.
  • 24th-28th October 2004; “Women and Religion in the Context of Globalization in East Africa”. Paper presented at the International Conference on the Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology, held at Divinity School, Duke University, USA.
  • 31st August –2nd September 2004; “Religion in our Lives: Reconciling the tensions”. Paper presented at the Countdown 2015, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for all: Global Roundtable in the International Conference on Population at Development held on at Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center, London, UK.
  • 31st July – 7th August 2004; “Integrity of Mission in the Light of the Gospel: Bearing Witness of the Spirit among Africa’s gospel Bearers”, Paper presented at the International Association for Mission Studies General Assembly held on at the Regency Hotel, Port Dickson, Malaysia.
Dr Julius Gathogo

Title/Qualifications: PhD, Post Doc., MSC Education
Department/Unit/Section: Philosophy and Religious Studies
Contact Address: Kenyatta University, Mombasa Campus, P. O Box 16778, Mombasa, 80100 Kenya
Position: Senior Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Liberation History, Ecclesiastical History, and Philosophical Theology
Research Interests:Trends in modern education, teacher leadership, Reconstructive impact of African Heritage, contemporary theologies/histories
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Conference Presentations

  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:John Mbiti’s Ubuntu theology:Cape Town, University of Western Cape (UWC),a public university located in the Bellville suburb of Cape Town, South Africa.Main Theme: “The History of Contextual Theology in South Africa and beyond: An investigation in Historical Theology”Sub-themes:“John Mbiti’s legacy: the recognition of African theology as an academic discipline in the churches and the academia”,29 June – 3 July 2020,About $2, 000, from RITR, UNISA, Research Incentive  for 2019
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:Settler-Missionary Alliance in colonial Kenya and the Land Question University of South Africa, Pretoria City.14-17 August 2019.Key Theme: Church & Land in a historical perspective Sub-theme:Stories of land in Africa.About $2, 000
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo“Alfred Tucker and the birth of a Christian Empire in Eastern Africa”,Pietermaritzburg city, University of KwaZulu-Natal,  South Africa August 16-18, 2018.Theme: Church and Empire Sub-Theme: Colonialism and mission in the British Empire in Africa,About $2, 000 needed
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:The local and global influence of St Andrew’s College, Kabare St Andrew’s College, Kabare - Kirinyaga 10 November 2017 during my book launch: Beyond Mount Kenya Region.
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:Nahashon Ngare Rukenya (1930-96) and the Moral Re-Armament in Kenya:The Turning Point and the Resettlement of Post War Victims South Africa Annual Conference CHSSA Stellenbosch University 17-19 August 2017.MAIN THEME:Major Turning Points in Ecclesiastical Histories
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:Adolescents & Troubling Sexuality Today: Why We Must Say No to Destructive Trajectories Kagumo Town, Youth Conference under the auspices of Kirinyaga Central Sub County Empowerment Initiative (KCSCEI) Saturday 08/04/2017.Main Theme: Adolescence, HIV & AIDS, Sexual violence & Sexuality (Psalm 78:4 & 2Thessalonians2:7)
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:“Being Resiliently Focused in a Hostile Environment: How Can the Youth Overcome the Odds and Remain Focused Through to Success?”Kagumo Town,Youth Conference under the auspices of Kirinyaga Central Sub-County Empowerment Initiative (KCSCEI),13 August 2016.At F. G. C. K - Kagumo
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:Continuity of Indigenous Rituals in the African Ecclesiology:A Kenyan Experience From a Historical Perspective,South Africa,Pretoria University 11-15 July 2016 Annual (JOINT) Conference Pretoria University 11-15 July 2016,Theme: Popular faith and canonical faith of the Church in Southern African Christianity
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:The use of French Language in Albert Schweitzer’s Works and its Relevance for Africa,Venue : Pretoria, South Africa - UNISA, Room 9 Sunnyside Campus    for15-16 October 2015,Main Theme: “Legacies of Albert Schweitzer considered” 1875 – 1965,Air Ticket and upkeep while in South Africa provided by the Research Institute for Theology and Religion, UNISA (roughly $2, 000)
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:Ecclesiastical and Political Leaderships in One Armpit:Celebrating the Life of Thomas Kalume Annual Church History Conference in South Africa:North-West University,Potchefstroom city,13-15,August 2015,Main Theme: The history of commemorations, celebrations and anniversaries
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:Discussion on global challenges, culture, education, reconciliation and  economic responsibility,Stuttgart, Germany,Attend the 35th German Protestant Kirchentag in Baden Württemberg State in its capital city Stuttgart,1st to 8th of June, 2015.35th German Protestant Kirchentag,www.kirchentag.de/en/participate.html,Costs of accommodation and insurance cover while in Germany (Euro 30, 000) covered by Kirchentag through public funds
  • Dr.Julius Gathogo:Mau-Mau War and the Church in Kirinyaga, Kenya:Accounting for the Tension and Conflict (1952-1960)University of South Africa, Pretoria city 14-16 August 2014.Conference theme: Church, War and Peace About,$ 1, 333
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:Education as the Gateway to Success,Key note speech during Canon Njumbi Mutira Secondary Prize Giving Day,Mutira/Kirinyaga Central    Dates: 6 June May 2014    About $ 250
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:Education as a catapult for the marginal from the periphery of the Society,Key note speech at St. Mark’s Girls Thumaita during the Schools’ Prize Giving Day, Kirinyaga East,Date: 31st May 2014,About $ 250
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:Discussant in Monicah Watiri King’ori’s MA proposal defence, “The PCEA and the Great Commission in Tumu Tumu, Mathira West, Nyeri County Since 1908,”Kenyatta University/Nairobi campus,Date: 10th July 2014,About $166
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:Afro-Pentecostalism as the dominant Ecclesiastical paradigm in the 21st Century: The Kenyan Experience Limuru, Kenya    May 28 - 30, 2014 at St Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya. The theme of the conference is:"The Post-Colonial Church: Theology, Identity and Mission"Self-sponsored, about $ 250
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:“Mau-Mau Factor in Jesse Mugambi’s Scholarly Formation”Karatina University, an international Conference on Liberation Movements 4th to 6th December 2013,Self-sponsored, about $ 250
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“African indigenous ways of environmental preservation”University of the Free State,  Bloemfontein, South Africa,15-17 August,2013,Deans Committee, KU funded return ticket @ $ 1, 160
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Reformist or an inculturationist? Milkah Muthoni’s afro-Pentecostalism”Joint workshop between St Paul's University and the University of Cape Town, South Africa,at St Julian's Guest House and Conference, Limuru, Kenya 2nd – 6th July 2013,Partly sponsored by the University of Cape Town, South Africa, roughly $1, 000
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Diversity and homogeneity in African heritage”Bandung Conference and Book Launching 2013 in Davao City, Philippines    June 20, 2013,http://www.bandungspirit.org/spip.php?rubrique4,Ateneo De Davao University
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Emerging Christianities and Kenya’s Coastal region: A socio-historical perspective” A presented at Pwani University, Kilifi, Kenya    22nd April 2013    $ 200
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“The role of a Mkristo man in contemporary Kenya”Key note speech for Kenya Anglican Men Association Fellowship (KAMA) at ACK Changamwe, Mombasa,Kenya On Saturday 6th April 2013,$120
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Milkah Muthoni (1948-2009): A Review Of Afro-Pentecostal Theology of Pioneer Gospel Singer in Central Kenya”    at Carmelite Centre, Langata (100 metres after Tangaza college, Langata South Road, Nairobi, Kenya),a symposium held on – “Roho Christianity: Pentecostalism in a globalized African public space” - on Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th December 2012,Partly self sponsored about,$1,250
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Men battering in Kenya: a theo-philosophical enquiry”Nairobi/Kenya 1st to 3rd August 2012,Self sponsored about $ 1,250
  • Dr Julius Gathogo: “Some Challenges in Founding an African Faith: Sampling Mutira Mission, Kenya, 1907-2012”Pietermaritzburg, South Africa June 18-22, 2012,$3,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Training and Retraining of Clergy in Africa Today: Challenges and Prospects”Mombasa,Kenya,29th August 2011 $250
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:The Challenge of Money and Wealth in Some East African Pentecostal Churches,”    Durban, South Africa    June 29 – July 1, 2011    $ 3, 500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:Discussant in David Stephen Kioko’s MA proposal presentation, “The Response of the African Inland Church to Politics in Masinga District: 1963-2010,”    Kenyatta Univ., Boardroom,  Nairobi 15th March 2011
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:Discussant in Peter Wambugu Muriithi’s presentation for his MA proposal, “Rehabilitation of Prisoners Through Chaplaincy: A Case Study of Embu and Kamiti Prisoners in Kenya,”Kenyatta Univ., Boardroom,  Nairobi,18th January 2011    N/A
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Reconstructive Hermeneutics in African Christology,”    University of South Africa, Pretoria,5th to 8th October 2010,$ 3,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Rehabilitating Children in Our Churches Today” Ishiara,, Kenya.closing speech during the conference on Sunday school for Mbeere Anglican Diocese, Kenya 1st September 2010,$250
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“The Early Attempts at Ecumenical Co-operation in East Africa: The Case of Kikuyu Conference 1913”University of North West, Potchefstroom, South Africa August 16-18, 2010,$ 3,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Causes and Methods of Combating Xenophobia in Africa Today”    Bishop Hannington Institute, Mombasa, Kenya 11th September 2009    $200
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“The Birth of Protestant Education in Eastern Africa: Sampling Johannes Ludwig Krapf  (1837- 1872)”University of Stellenbosch, South Africa 22-26 June 2009,$4,000
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Beyond liberation and inculturation Christologies: A critical appreciation of Diane Stinton’s Jesus of Africa’”UKZN-PMB, RSA    Sep 2009,$1,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“The Quest for Religious Freedom in the Colonial Kenya (1887-1963)”    Pretoria, South Africa    14-16 January 2008,$ 3, 500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Story-telling as a methodology in doing a theology of reconstruction”St. Augustine College, Johannesburg, South Africa,14th to 16th January 2007,$ 3,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:“Impact of Religion to the Contemporary Kenyan Society”,EATWOT (Kenya Chapter), St. Paul’s Limuru, Kenya 15th – 16th August 2002,$200

Researches

  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:March to September 2019,100 Years of Anglican Missions in Mbeere-land of Kenya (1919-2019).Anglican Diocese of Mbeere Roughly  $6, 000
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo and Mombasa Diocesan Research Unit members,September to December 2018.The Digo mission, Kwale county, 114 years later (1904-2018): Anglican Diocese of Mombasa
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:March – July 2017,St. Andrew’s College, Kabare: Historicizing Theological Education Within & Beyond Mt. Kenya Region (1977-2017) St.Andrew’s College.No clear figure Roughly $ 5,000
  • Dr.Julius Gathogo,2016-2017:Nahashon Ngare Rukenya (1930-96) and the Moral Re-Armament in Kenya,self –sponsored,looking forward to sponsorship.Needs roughly $3, 200 needed
  • Dr Julius Gathogo,2016:Continuity of Indigenous Rituals in the African Ecclesiology,Self sponsored,Roughly,$1, 200
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:2016,Women and Mau-Mau war of independence in Kirinyaga county of Kenya (1952-1960): A gendered analysis of social transformations in mutating African societies,Applied via proposal to CODESRIA in March 2015 but no response yet Looking forward to sponsorship from any quarter at the tune of $ 15, 000
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:January to October 2014,The Mau-Mau revolutionary war and its resultant conflict with the Church in Kirinyaga (1952-60),Currently Self-sponsored but more funding being sought,Roughly,$ 2,000
  • Dr. Julius Gathogo:June 2013 – April  2014 General Chui wa Mararo (1925 - 1956): Investigating the Nature and Circumstances Behind the Capture and Killing of the Mau-Mau Leader ,Self-sponsored Roughly,$1,200
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:February 2014 to June 2015 Retrieving the Socio-Political History of Kirinyaga County, Kenya (1963-2013),Funding being sought Roughly $23,400 being sought
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:August 2013 – August 2015,The Plight Of The Retired Clergy In Mount Kenya Region Funding being sought,Funding being sought (roughly $10,000 needed)
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:Jan – August 2013,African indigenous ways of environmental preservation,Self –sponsored Roughly,$3,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:March – April 2013,Emerging Christianities and Kenya’s Coastal region:A socio-historical perspective     Joint funding between self and Pwani University    $ 500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:May  2013 to August 2014,“The Socio-Religious factors in the Kikuyu migration to the Rift Valley of Kenya, 1900-1960s),Sponsorship being sought Roughly,$4,000 needed
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:November- December 2012“Milkah Muthoni (1948-2009):The Quest for Refined Faith”Self sponsored ,$1,250
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:April to July 2012“Men battering phenomenon in Kenya”Self sponsored,$1,250
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:June 18-22, 2012 “Some Challenges in Founding an African Faith: Sampling Mutira Mission, Kenya, 1907-2012”University of KwaZulu-Natal Research Centre,$3,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo: 29th August 2011“Training and Retraining of Clergy in Africa Today: Challenges and Prospects”College facilitation,$250
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:June 29 – July 1, 2011 “The Challenge of Money and Wealth in Some East African Pentecostal Churches,”University of KwaZulu-Natal Research Centre,$3,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:5th to 8th October 2010“Reconstructive Hermeneutics in African Christology,”Andrew Mellon Fellowship,$ 4,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:August 16-18, 2010“The Early Attempts at Ecumenical Co-operation in East Africa: The Case of Kikuyu Conference 1913”University of KwaZulu-Natal Research Centre,$4,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:11th September 2009“Causes and Methods of Combating Xenophobia in Africa Today”Facilitation by Bishop Hannington Institute, Mombasa, Kenya,$200
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:22-26 June 2009“The Birth of Protestant Education in Eastern Africa: Sampling Johannes Ludwig Krapf (1837- 1872)”Andrew Mellon Fellowship,$4,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:Sep 2009“Beyond liberation and inculturation Christologies: A critical appreciation of Diane Stinton’s Jesus of Africa’”University of KwaZulu-Natal Research Centre and Andrew Mellon Fellowship    $1,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:14-16 January 2008“The Quest for Religious Freedom in the Colonial Kenya (1887-1963)”University of KwaZulu-Natal Research Centre,$3,500
  • Dr Julius Gathogo:14th to 16th January 2007“Story-telling as a methodology in doing a theology of reconstruction”University of KwaZulu-Natal Research Centre,$3,500

Publications (chapters in books)

  • Julius Gathogo,2019:“Ex-Mau-Mau Leader Still in the Bush: The Story of Gen. Chui’s Widow”Chui wa Mararo: Mau-Mau General Who Was Burnt into Ashes pp. 65-72.9789966825254.The Kairos Book Publishers.To be launched at ACK St. Peter’s Kamuiru on Sunday 13 January 2019
  • John Mararo,2018:Foreword: Ethics of Our Contemporary Society Walk The Talk: Critical Themes in Our Ethics of Survival .Kerugoya: Kairos Publishers
  • Julius Gathogo,2018:“Religion and Civic Participation in Post Colonial Kenya: The Case of Thomas Kalume”Themes in Religion and Development in Africa, Ezra Chitando, Eds.forthcoming
  • Julius Gathogo,2018:“Theological Education in the Tropical Africa: An Essay in Honor of Christina Landman and a Kenyan Perspective”Festschrift celebrating Prof. Christina Landman.forthcoming
  • Julius Gathogo,2018:“Infidelity among Afro-Pentecostals: The Kenyan case”.African Pentecostalism and Sexualities, Ed C. Kaunda forthcoming
  • Julius Gathogo,2018:“Isabel Phiri's Approach to African Women's Theology” On the Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace: Mission, Gender and Development in Africa - A festschrift Celebrating Isabel Apawo Phiri, Editors: James N. Amanze and Chammah J Kaunda.forthcoming
  • Julius Gathogo,2018:“Theology and Reconstruction in Africa” African Theology, Edited by Elias Kifon Bongmba forthcoming
  • Julius Gathogo,2018:“Liturgy for Africa versus Liturgy of Africa and the Moratorium Debates: A protestant Ecclesiastical Perspective”Perspectives on Liturgy in a Globalised Africa,Lillian Siwila, Hewitt, and Roderick, Eds.forthcoming
  • Julius Gathogo,2017:Liturgy for Africa versus Liturgy of Africa and the Moratorium Debates: A protestant Ecclesiastical Perspective Perspectives on Liturgy in a Globalised Africa, Lillian Siwila, Hewitt, and Roderick, Eds.To be released by end of 2017
  • Julius Gathogo,2017:Evangelicals and Public Life in Kenya (chapter 9) A Christian Response to Terrorism: The Kenyan Experience (Gord Heath& David Tarus, Eds) - Ebook ISBN: 978-1-4982-2928-9,Paperback: 978-1-4982-2927-2.Eugene Ore.: Pickwick Publications, anticipated 2017.
  • Julius Gathogo,2017:Men Battering in Kenya: A Theo-Philosophical Enquiry Domestic Violence: Prevalence, Risk Factors and Perspectives (chapter 12),Mitchell Ortiz (Ed), Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., Pages 235-250:https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=59332 978-1-63485-795-6 & 978-1-63485-805-2_eBook
  • Julius Gathogo:2017:Liturgy for Africa versus Liturgy of Africa and the Moratorium Debates: A protestant Ecclesiastical Perspective,Perspectives on Liturgy in a Globalised Africa,Lillian Siwila, Hewitt, and Roderick, Eds.To be released
  • Julius Gathogo:2017,Evangelicals in the Public Life in Kenya,A Christian Response to Terrorism: The Kenyan Experience (Gord Heath & David Tarus, Eds)To be released
  • Julius Gathogo,2016:African Philosophy and Christianity ; Anthology of African Christianity, eds. Dietrich Werner, Isabel Apawo Phiri, Chamma Kaunda, and Kennedy Owino,A voluminous book with articles from 160 eminent scholars to be released in December 2016
  • Julius Gathogo:2016,Afro-Pentecostalism and its dominance in the 21st century Kenya,The Post-Colonial Church: Theology,Identity and Mission,co-editors, Joseph Duggan, Esther Mombo and Joseph Wandera,Palgrave publishers
  • Julius Gathogo:2016,Retracing Diakonia in the East African Revival Movement Evangelism and Diakonia in Context, Knud Jørgensen et al (eds)Regnum Books International
  • Julius Gathogo:2013“Fallacies in religion and the beauty of appreciating the ‘other’ – Forward”In Willingtone Ouma Otieno, Fallacies in Religious Discourses: Religious Falsehoods Revealed (2013), 5-7.978-3-8484-3808-2
  • Julius Gathogo:2013“The Quest for Refined Christianity in African Context: Reconsidering Milkah Muthoni (1948-2009)”Roho Christianity: Pentecostalism in a globalized African public space,forthcoming
  • Julius Gathogo:2013“Men Battering In Kenya: A Theo-Philosophical Enquiry”Domestic Violence,Forthcoming
  • Julius Gathogo:2013“Diversity and Homogeneity in African Religious Discourses”http://www.africas.asia/religious-diversity-globalised-society-challenges-and-responses-africa-and-asia Diversity in Globalised Society and Religious Diversity in Africa And Asia,This book was launched on 20th June 2013 during the Bundung conference, at Ateneo De Davao University, Davao city, Philippines,978-602-284-031-2
  • Julius Gathogo:2013“The Use of Ancestral Resources in Environmental Sustainability: An East African Perspective,”Handbook of Theological Education in Africa (WCC Publication).ISBN 978-1-908355-19-5
  • Julius Gathogo:2013:“Historical Developments of Theological Education in Eastern Africa,”Handbook of Theological Education in Africa (WCC Publication), 28-46.http://issuu.com/wordsbydesign/docs/handbook_of_theological_education_in_africa,ISBN 978-1-920620-011
  • Julius Gathogo:2012“‘Chasing a Leopard out of the Homestead’: Mundurume’s Task in the Era of HIV and AIDS” www.oikoumene.org/en/resources/.../Redemptive Masculinities.pdf‎ In Ezra Chitando and Sophie Chirongoma, Redemptive Masculinities: Men, HIV and Religion, WCC Publication, 2012),447-470,https://www.academia.edu/7563540/A_voluminous_book_on_Redemptive_masculinities_in_the_era_of_HIV_and_AIDS ISBN 978-9966-1056-2-2.
  • Julius Gathogo:2012“Post-Liberation Theology: A Critical Appreciation,” In Isaac M. T. Mwase and Eunice K. Kamaara (Eds) 2012. Theologies of Liberation and Reconstruction: Essays in Honour of Prof. J.N.K. Mugambi, (Nairobi: Acton, 2012), 59-99.    ISBN 978-9966-888-67-5
  • Julius Gathogo:2011“Foreword and Introduction of the book,”in Robinson Kariuki Mwangi 2011. Practical impact of a curriculum: 'HIV and AIDS: Knowledge for intervention' (Saarbrücken, Germany: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing), iv-vii.ISBN 978-3-8454-7586-8
  • Julius Gathogo:2011“Christian Missions in the 19th and 20th Century Africa: Foreword and Introduction”In Ruri Karani 2011.Culture versus Gospel in Africa: Sampling Centennial History of Mutira Mission, Central Kenya(1912-2012), (Saarbrücken, Germany:LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing), 1-17.ISBN 978-3-8443-3378-7
  • Julius Gathogo:2009(September).“Meddling on to 2008: Any Relevance for Gitari’s Model after Ethnic Violence?”In Ben Knighton (ed), Religion and Politics in Kenya: Essays in Honour of a Meddlesome Priest (Palgrave Macmillan), 143-154.9780230614871

Publications (peer-reviewed/refereed journals)

  • Julius Gathogo 2020:“Intolerance before and after the 1517 Reformation and the Kenyan context: A theo-historical review”Journal STJ forthcoming, 2020,ISSN: 0259-9422 (print) ISSN: 2072-8050 (online)
  • Julius Gathogo,2020: Karubiu wa Munyi and the Making of Modern Kirinyaga, Kenya.The Oral History Journal of South Africa, OHJSA 2020 forthcoming 2309-5792
  • Julius Gathogo,2020:“Steve de Gruchy’s Theology and Development Model: Any dialogue with the African theology of reconstruction?,”Journal STJ, 2020, forthcoming,0259-9422 (print) ISSN: 2072-8050 (online)
  • Julius Gathogo,2020:“A Brave One Legged General: The Story of Mau-Mau General Kassam Gichimu Njogu,”The Oral History Journal of South Africa, OHJSA 6(1)2019,2309-5792
  • Julius Gathogo,2020:“Intolerance during and after the 1517 Reformation: An African perspective”Journal STJ forthcoming ISSN: 0259-9422 (print) ISSN: 2072-8050 (online)
  • Julius Gathogo,2019:Africa in the lens of Albert Schweitzer’s Bilingualism” Sapientia Logos Journal,ISSN 2006-6198
  • Julius Gathogo,2019:“In Defense of African Spirituality: Exploring Ancestral Dimensions in both Mau-Mau rebel Activities and the Resistance to the European Missionaries in Kenya,” ALTERNATION: Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of the Arts and Humanities in Southern Africa,Print ISSN: 1023-1757; Online ISSN: 2519-5476
  • Julius Gathogo,2019:“Leven House and the Establishment of a Christian Empire in East Africa”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, Vol 45, No 1 (2019) forthcoming. 1017-0499.Online 2412-4265
  • Julius Gathogo,2019:“In Defense of African Spirituality: Exploring Ancestral Dimensions in both Mau-Mau rebel Activities and the Resistance to the European Missionaries in Kenya,” ALTERNATION: Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of the Arts and Humanities in Southern Africa, Print ISSN: 1023-1757; Online ISSN: 2519-5476
  • Julius Gathogo,2019:Africa in the lens of Albert Schweitzer’s Bilingualism” Sapientia Logos Journal.ISSN 2006-6198
  • Julius Gathogo,2019:“Intolerance during and after the 1517 Reformation: An African perspective”Stellenbosch Theological Journal (STJ).ISSN: 0259-9422 (print) ISSN: 2072-8050 (online)
  • Julius Gathogo,2019:“Theological Education in the Tropical Africa: An Essay in Honor of Christina Landman and a Kenyan Perspective”Festschrift celebrating Prof. Christina Landman,HTS Teologiese Studies.ISSN: 0259-9422 (print) ISSN: 2072-8050 (online)
  • John Mugo Muhia & Julius Gathogo,2018:“The Use of Indigenous Resources in Environmental Conservation in Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Murogi wa Kagogo: a religio-cultural perspective,”http://jumugajournal.org.Jumuga Journal of Education, Oral Studies, and Human Sciences(JJEOSHS),Volume 1, Issue 1, 2018 2618-1517
  • Julius Gathogo,2018:Walk the Talk: Critical Themes in our Ethics of Survival, by John Mararo Gachoki – a book review,http://jumugajournal.org Jumuga Journal of Education, Oral Studies, and Human Sciences (JJEOSHS),Volume 1, Issue 1, 2018 2618-1517
  • Julius Gathogo,2018:“Abundant Grace: ACK St Paul’s Kiruri Turns 100 Years, 1906–2006, by Njoroge et al.,” – book review.The Oral History Journal of South Africa, OHJSA Vol 6(1) Nov 2018,https://journals.co.za/content/journal/10520/EJC-1226d2ec24 2309-5792
  • Julius Gathogo,2018:“Nahashon Ngare Rukenya and the Moral Re-Armament in Kenya:The Turning Point and the Resettlement of Post War Victims (1959-1970)”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, forthcoming,1017-0499. Online 2412-4265
  • Elizabeth Muriithi, Josephine Gitome & Julius Gathogo,2018:“Pastoral marital programmes among Redeemed Gospel Church Embu County, Kenya” International Journal of Innovative Research and Knowledge (IJIRK).Volume-3 Issue-4, April-2018 2213-1356
  • Julius Gathogo,2017:Nursing a Bullet in the Human Body: Mau-Mau Rebels’ General Magoto (1927 - ) and Kenya’s Quest for Independence.The Oral History Journal of South Africa, OHJSA 5(1)2017 2309-5792
  • Julius Gathogo,2017:“Mau-Mau Rebels’ Doctor in Mount Kenya East Forest (1952-60): Retrieving the Revolutionary History of Milton Munene Gachau,” The Oral History Journal of South Africa, OHJSA, Vol 5, No 1 (2017).2309-5792
  • Julius Gathogo,2017:“Forty Years of Theo-Mission Education in Eastern Africa: The Case of St. Andrew’s Kabare, Kenya (1977-2017)”Stellenbosch Theological Journal, peer-reviewed, accepted and awaiting publication by 4/12/17 2413-9467(online); 2413-9459 (print)
  • Julius Gathogo,2017: “Mau-Mau Rebels’ Doctor in Mount Kenya East Forest (1952-60): Retrieving the Revolutionary History of Milton Munene Gachau,”The Oral History Journal of South Africa, OHJSA, Vol 5, No 1 (2017) 2309-5792
  • Julius Gathogo:2017,The Continuity of Indigenous Rituals in African Ecclesiology: A Kenyan Experience From a Historical Perspective, forthcoming .Stellenbosch Theological Journal (STJ). Volume 3 Number 1 (2017), pp. 1-11.2413-9467 http://ojs.reformedjournals.co.za/index.php/stj/article/view/1467/2023 (online); 2413-9459 (print)
  • Julius Gathogo:2017,“Mau-Mau War Rituals & Women Rebels in Kirinyaga County of Kenya (1952-1960): Retrieving Women Participation in Kenya’s Struggle for Independence” forthcoming.Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae,1017-0499 https://www.upjournals.co.za/index.php/SHE/article/view/1822
  • Julius Gathogo,2017:“Bilingualism in Albert Schweitzer’s Works and its Relevance for Africa” forthcoming.The Oral History Journal of South Africa, OHJSA 2(1)2017,2309-5792 https://www.upjournals.co.za/index.php/SHE/article/view/1822
  • Julius Gathogo,2017:Nursing a Bullet in the Human Body: Mau-Mau Rebels’ General Magoto (1927 - ) and Kenya’s Quest for Independence.The Oral History Journal of South Africa,OHJSA 2(1)2017,2309-5792
  • David Tarus and Julius Gathogo:2016“Conquering Africa’s Second Devil: Ecclesiastical Role in Combating Ethnic Bigotry”Online Journalof African Affairs Volume 5, pp. 8-15 http://www.onlineresearchjournals.org/OJAA/pdf/2016/Tarus%20and%20Gathogo.pdf Recommended citation:Tarus D and Gathogo J. Conquering Africa’s Second Devil: Ecclesiastical Role in Combating Ethnic Bigotry. Online J Afr Aff, 2015; 5: 8-15.2346-7479
  • Julius Gathogo:2016“Bilingualism in Albert Schweitzer’s Works and its Relevance for Africa” forthcoming Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae,1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo:2015“Ecclesiastical and Political Leaderships in One Armpit:Celebrating the Life of Thomas Kalume”,Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae Vol 41, No 3 (2015),http://upjournals.co.za/index.php/SHE/article/view/111/1711017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo:2015“Francis Akanu Ibiam (1906 – 1995): Celebrating a Leader who had a mission beyond the Ecclesia”, Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, Vol 41, No 1 (2015), pages 222-238,http://upjournals.co.za/index.php/SHE/article/view/111/171 or https://kenyattauniversity.academia.edu/JuliusGathogo 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo and Moses Masambah Nthukah:2015“Overcoming poverty through Faith Based Organization’s in Mbeere-land of Kenya Online International Journal of Arts and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 34-40; April, 2015 https://www.academia.edu/12239722/Overcoming_poverty_through_Faith_Based_Organisation_s_in_Mbeere-land_of_Kenya 2277-0852;
  • Julius Gathogo:2015“Men battering as the new form of domestic violence? A pastoral care perspective from the Kenyan context”Practical Theology [Journal] in South Africa, HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 71(3), 1-9, Art. #2795, 9 pages.https://www.academia.edu/12332942/Men_battering_as_the_new_form_of_domestic_violence_A_pastoral_care_perspective_from_the_Kenyan_context ISSN:0259-9422 (print) ISSN:2072-8050 (online)
  • Julius Gathogo,2015“Reconstructive Hermeneutics in African Christology”, HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies; Vol 71, No 3 (2015), 8 pages www.hts.org.za/index.php/HTS/article/download/2660/pdf_1 0259-9422 (print): 2072-8050 (online)
  • Hezekiah Murage Muraya, Grace Wamue-Ngare and Julius Gathogo :2015 “Beliefs And Practices In Ugo (Divination) Intervention in African Context: Case Studying The Gikuyu Presbyterian Christians Of Nyeri Presbytery, Kenya (1908 – 2008)”International Research Journal of Arts and Social Science Vol. 4(5) pp. 083-092, June, 2015 Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/IRJASS ISSN: 2276-6502
  • Julius Gathogo:2014.Book Review on:“Gitari, David. 2014. Troubled but not destroyed: The autobiography of Archbishop David Gitari. McLean, VA: Isaac Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9916145-4-7. 346 pp. No price quoted.”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae Studia Hist.Ecc. vol.40 n.2 Pretoria Dec. 2014, pages 325-329 http://www.scielo.org.za/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1017-04992014000300020&lng=en Print version ISSN 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo and Margaret Wanjiru:2014“The impact of gender on orphans’ self-esteem and academic performance among secondary school students in Kirinyaga and Nyeri Counties of Kenya”International Research Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, Vol. 3(4) pp. 98-103, November, 2014,http://www.interesjournals.org/irjass/november-2014-vol-3-issue-4/the-impact-of-gender-on-orphans-self-esteem-and-academic-performance-among-secondary-school-students-in-kirinyaga-and-nyeri-counties-of-kenya ISSN: 2276-6502
  • Julius Gathogo:2014,Extremist or an inculturationist? Retrieving Milkah Muthoni’s (1948-2009) afro-Pentecostalism Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, May 2014, 40(1), 191-214 http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/13707 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo:2014“Theo-Political Dominance of Afro-Pentecostalism in the 21st Century: Lessons From the Kenyan Socio-Ecclesial Experience,” US-China Law Review, Volume 11, Number 11, November 2014, pages 1499 - 1515 https://www.academia.edu/9693224/AFRO-PENTECOSTALISM_IN_KENYA_IN_THE_TWENTY_FIRST_CENTURY or/and http://www.davidpublisher.com/Public/uploads/Contribute/55069fe4c11d8.pdf 1548-6605,Online ISSN: 1930-2061
  • Julius Gathogo:2014,Mau-Mau War and the Church in Kirinyaga, Kenya: Accounting for the Tension and Conflict (1952-1960)Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, December 2014, 40 (2): 19-41 https://www.academia.edu/10178652/Mau-Mau_War_and_the_Church_in_Kirinyaga_Kenya_Accounting_for_the_Tension_and_Conflict_1952-1960_1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo:2014“Women, Come And Roast Your Own Ram!” Recollections On Mau-Mau General Chui Wa Mararo (1927 - 1956) The Oral History Journal of South Africa, OHJSA 2(1)2014, pp. 102-120.https://www.academia.edu/7485607/08_Gathogo_1_Gen_Chui_wa_Mararo_pdf 2309-5792
  • Julius Gathogo:2013“Afro-Pentecostalism and the Kenyan political landscape” Swedish Missiological Themes (SMT), pp. 203 – 230 www.tidskrift.nu/artikel.php?Id=8919 0346-217X
  • Julius Gathogo:2013“Environmental management and African ancestral resources: Echoes from Mutira Mission, Kenya (1912-2012),”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae Volume 39 Number 2, December 2013, pp 33-56 http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/13127 or http://uir.unisa.ac.za/bitstream/handle/10500/13127/Gathogo.pdf?sequence=1 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo:2013“Ecclesiastical Politics and the Birth of an Empire in East Africa (1844- 2010)”Online International Journal of Arts and Humanities Volume 2, Issue 6, pp. 173 – 181; July, 2013 http://onlineresearchjournals.org/IJAH/pdf/2013/jul/Gathogo.pdf 2277-0852
  • Julius Gathogo:2013“Johana Njumbi (1886-1991): the pioneer African Leader in Mutira Mission”The Oral History Journal of South Africa (OHJSA), Vol. 1, No. 1, September 2013, pp. 74 -95 https://www.academia.edu/7485934/Gathogo_article_on_Njumbi_pp89-110 2309-5792
  • Julius Gathogo:2013“Unsung heroes and heroines at Mutira Mission, Kenya (1907-2012)”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, Vol 39, No 1, pp.107-127 http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/9972 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo:2012“Some Challenges in Founding an African Faith: Sampling Mutira Mission, Kenya, 1907-2012,”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae Volume 38. No. 2. (December 2012), 81-99.http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/8115 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo:2012“Mutira Mission (1907-2011): the birth of a Christian empire in East Africa,”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, Volume 37 Number 3, (December 2011), 171-194 http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/5658 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo:2012“Reconciliation Paradigm in the Post Colonial Africa: A Critical Analysis,” Journal of Religion & Theology, Pa Leiden, The Netherlands, 19 (2012), 74-91.http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/brill/rat/2012/00000019/F0020001/art00004 ISSN 1023-0807 / E-ISSN 1574-3012
  • Julius Gathogo and Isabel Phiri 2012“Iweto, Lelemama, Mashoga and Nguiko: Same-sex Sexuality in Kenya from an African Spirituality and Ethics Perspective,”Journal of Gender and Religion in Africa, JGRA 17.2, Special Issue, 2011, 143-159 jgra.co.za/uploads/File/pdfs/journals/JGRA_17.2.pdf https://www.academia.edu/7563526/Same-sex_union_articles_in_the_Journal_of_Religion_and_Gender_in_Africa 1025-5648
  • Julius Gathogo:2011“The challenge of money and wealth in some East African Pentecostal Churches,”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, September 2011, 37 (2), 133-151 http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/5124 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo:2010“The Early Attempts at Ecumenical Co-operation in East Africa: The Case of Kikuyu Conference of 1913,"Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, South Africa,October 2010,XXXVI (2),73 – 93 http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/4636 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo 2010 “Mercy Oduyoye as the Mother of African Women’s Theology,”Thelogia Viatorum:Journal of Theology and Religion in Africa, Vol. 34, No. 1, 2010. https://www.academia.edu/7504449/MERCY_ODUYOYE_AS_THE_MOTHER_OF_AFRICAN_WOMENS_THEOLOGY 0378-4142
  • Julius Gathogo and Isabel Phiri 2010“A reconstructive motif in South African Black Theology in the twenty-first century”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, South Africa,July 2010 XXXVI, 185-206.http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/4595 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo and Kennedy Kinyua:2010“Afro-biblical hermeneutics in Africa today,”Churchman,UK, 131(2),(2010): 251-265. www.churchsociety.org/churchman/.../Cman_124_3_Gathogo.pdf‎ 0009-661X
  • Julius Gathogo 2010 “The birth of Protestant education in East Africa: Sampling Johannes Ludwig Krapf(1810 – 1881)” Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, South Africa, (December 2009, XXXV Supplement), 167 – 192. http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/4547 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo 2009“African theology of reconstruction as a practical theology for all,”Practical Theology in South Africa, Vol 24 (2) (2009), 99 – 121.http://reference.sabinet.co.za/document/EJC88691 1010-8017
  • Julius Gathogo 2009“Reading John Calvin in African Context: Any relevance for social reconstruction of Africa?”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, South Africa, (October 2009, XXXV), 219-235. http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/4581 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo 2009“The Reason for Studying African Religion in Post-Colonial Africa,”Currents in Theology and Mission, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, USA, (April 2009), 108-117.http://www.thefreelibrary.com/The+reason+for+studying+African+Religion+in+post-colonial+Africa.-a0197998781 0098-2113
  • Julius Gathogo and Isabel Phiri 2010“South African Black Theology in the twenty-first Century.” http://nmz-mission.dehttp://nmz-mission.de
  • Julius Gathogo and Isabel Phiri:2009,Xenophobia/Afrophobia in post apartheid South Africa: Strategies for combat,”Theologia Viatorum, 33/2 (2009), 216-241 https://www.academia.edu/7527974/XENOPHOBIA_AFRO-PHOBIA_IN_THE_POST_COLONIAL_AFRICA_STRATEGIES_FOR_COMBAT 0378-4142
  • Julius Gathogo 2009“Some Expressions of African Hospitality Today”Scriptura 99 (2008), 275-287 http://www.sabinet.co.za/abstracts/script/script_v99_a4.html or/and http://scriptura.journals.ac.za/pub/article/view/669/666 0254-1807
  • Julius Gathogo 2008“The Struggle Against Patriarchalism in Kenya (1980-1992,”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, South Africa, (April 2008, XXXIV), 265-288.http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/4523 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo 2008“The Quest for Religious Freedom in Kenya (1887-1963)” Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, South Africa, XXXIV (1), (July 2008), 67-92.http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/4534 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo 2008“Missionaries and Colonial Authorities in Kenya,”Swedish Missiological Themes,96 (1) (2008), 43-70.0346-217X
  • Julius Gathogo 2008“The Challenge And Reconstructive Impact Of African Religion In South Africa Today”Journal Of Ecumenical Studies, Temple University, Philadelphia, USA, 43:4 Fall (2008): 577-595.http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=20999047 0022-0558
  • Julius Gathogo 2008“The Tasks in African Theology of Reconstruction,”Swedish Missiological Themes, Vol. 96:2 (2008), 161-183.www.tidskriftsbutiken.se/issue/14678‎ 0346-217X
  • Julius Gathogo 2008“Genesis, Methodologies, and Concerns of African Theology of Reconstruction”Theologia Viatorum, South Africa, 32 (1), (2008): 23-62.https://www.academia.edu/7506298/GENESIS_METHODOLOGIES_AND_CONCERNS_OF_AFRICAN_THEOLOGY_OF_RECONSTRUCTION 0378-4142
  • Julius Gathogo 2008“Christology in African Women’s Theology,”African Theological Journal, Makumira, Tanzania, ATJ, Vol. 31, No. 2, 20008), 75-92. https://www.academia.edu/7486062/CHRISTOLOGY_IN_AFRICAN_WOMENS_THEOLOGY 0253-9322
  • Julius Gathogo 2008“The Use of Ancestral Resources in Combating HIV and AIDS: Mundurume’s Task”Journal of Constructive Theology, South Africa, 131 (1), 5-24. 1025-5648
  • Julius Gathogo 2008“African Philosophy as Expressed in the Concepts of Hospitality and Ubuntu,”Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 130, (March 2008), 39-53.https://www.academia.edu/7527389/Gathogos_article_on_Ubuntu_and_African_hospitality 0047-2867
  • Julius Gathogo 2007“Revisiting African hospitality in post-colonial Africa,” Missionalia 35:2(August 2007): 108 - 130.www.sabinet.co.za/abstracts/mission/mission_v35_n2_a8.html‎ 0256-9507
  • Julius Gathogo 2007“Black Theology of South Africa: Is this the hour of paradigm shift?”Black Theology: An international Journal, UK, (BT 5.3), (November 2007), 327-354 http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/43443256/black-theology-south-africa-this-hour-paradigm-shift 1476-9948 (print) 1743-1670 (online)
  • Julius Gathogo 2007“Story-telling as a methodology in developing a theology of reconstruction,”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, South Africa, May 2007 XXXIII (1), 155-186 http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/4476 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo 2007“A survey of an African Theology of Reconstruction (ATOR),” Swedish Missiological Themes, Vol. 95:2 (2007), 123-148.0346-217X
  • Julius Gathogo 2007“The Significance of African Religion in the Reconstruction of Post Cold War Africa,”Theologia Viatorum, South Africa, 31 (1), (December 2007): 43-71.0378-4142
  • Julius Gathogo 2007“African Religion, Part 1.”Churchman, UK, 121 (2),(2007): 163-174.www.biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/churchman/121-03_249.pdf‎ 0009-661X
  • Julius Gathogo 2007“African Religion, Part 2.” Churchman, UK, 121(3),(2007): 249-256.0009-661X
  • Julius Gathogo 2007“Church and State Conflict in Kenya (1986-1991),”Swedish Missiological Themes, 95 (3) (2007), 265-284.http://www.readbag.com/teol-uu-se-digitalassets-6-6199-smt3-07 0346-217X
  • Julius Gathogo 2007“The History and Nature of Gitari’s Leadership Prowess, 1986-1991,”Churchman, UK,121(4),(2007),333-347.www.biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/churchman/121-04_333.pdf‎ 0009-661X
  • Julius Gathogo 2007“David Gitari’s Prophetic Ministry in Kenya (1986-1991),”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, South Africa, September 2007 XXXIII (2), 235 to 257.http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/4494 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo 2006“Jesse Mugambi’s Pedigree: Formative Factors,”Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, XXXII (2), South Africa, (September 2006), 173-205.http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/4407 1017-0499
  • Julius Gathogo 2006“African religion and its contribution in the post Apartheid era (1994 -)” African Theological Journal, Makumira, Tanzania, ATJ Vol. 29 No. 2, (2006), 22-45.0253-9322
  • Julius Gathogo 2006.“Kibicho, Samuel Gakuhi: God and revelation in an African context. Nairobi:Acton.” Missionalia 34 (2/3) (August/November 2006), 420-423. 0256-9507
  • Julius Gathogo 2006“African Hospitality, Part 1,”Churchman, UK, 120 (1), (2006), 39-56.www.biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/churchman/120-01_039.pdf‎ 0009-661X
  • Julius Gathogo 2006“African Hospitality: Is it Compatible with the Ideal Christ’s Hospitality?” Swedish Missiological Themes, 94 (2006), 23-53.www.tidskriftsbutiken.se/issue/12496 0346-217X
  • Julius Gathogo 2006“African Hospitality, Part 2,” Churchman, UK, 120 (2), (2006), 145-157.http://www.churchsociety.org/churchman/documents/Cman_120_2_Gathogo2.pdf 0009-661X

Individual Book Publications:

  • Julius M. Gathogo & Moses M. Nthukah,2019:A Fallow Goldmine: One Hundred Years of Mbeere Mission in Kenya (1919-2019)978-9966-137-31-9.Nairobi: The Kairos Book Publishers,Launched at St. Peter’s Siakago Cathedral, Mbeere,On 8 December 2019
  • Julius M. Gathogo & Cyrus Mugo Njogu,2019:Chui wa Mararo: Mau-Mau General Who Was Burnt into Ashes,9789966825254.The Kairos Book PublishersTo be launched at ACK St. Peter’s Kamuiru on Sunday 13 January 2019.
  • Julius Gathogo:2017,Beyond Mt. Kenya Region:Forty Years of Theological & Practical Education at St. Andrew’s College, Kabare (1977-2017) Nairobi: Evangel Publishers.Launching at St Andrew’s College, Kabare on Friday, 10 November 2017 during the Commemoration of the 40th anniversary of St Andrew’s and coincide with the Graduation Day
  • Julius Gathogo:2016,Mau-Mau Rebels in Kirinyaga County, Kenya,978-3-659-85965-6
  • Julius Gathogo:2016,Beyond Efficiency in Leadership: Exploring Effective Teacher Leadership and the Leadership Challenges in the Twenty-First Century, 172 pages,978-3-659-82306-0
  • Julius Gathogo:2015,Designing a Teaching Curriculum: Exploring Curriculum Theories, Instructions, Assessments, and Standards in Education, 152 pages,ISBN-10: 3659805394 ISBN-13: 978-3659805394
  • Julius Gathogo:2015,Pedagogy of the Teaching Profession: Introducing the New Skills Movement,112 pages ,ISBN-10: 3659776750,ISBN-13: 978-3659776755
  • Julius Gathogo:2013,Introduction to the Bible: A Simplified Guide to Biblical Studies for Beginners,200 pages,978-3-659-48685-2
  • Julius Gathogo:2013,Home-Grown Religions:A Guide to the Study of World's Religions,320 pages,978-3-659-47387-6
  • Julius Gathogo:2013,Whimpers Of Africa: Lessons From The Kenyan Context,324 pages,978-3-659-46532-1
  • Julius Gathogo:2013,Celebrating Our Diversity: Sermons in African Context     978-3-659-45438-7
  • Julius Gathogo:2012-2015,Patience Pays: On Oral Narratives in Africa, forthcoming      -
  • Julius Gathogo:2012-2015,Sociology of Religion: An African Perspective, forthcoming    -
  • Julius Gathogo:2011,Mutira Mission: An African Church Come of Age in Kirinyaga, Kenya (1912-2012), Eldoret: Zapf Chancery Publishers Africa Ltd.9789966150684
  • Julius Gathogo:2011,Responsible Church Leaders in Africa, pp. 132,978-3-8443-9155-8
  • Julius Gathogo:2011,Simplified Sociology for Beginners, pp.108 pages,978-3-8443-3372-5
  • Julius Gathogo:2011,Simplified Psychology for Beginners, 80 pages.978-3-8443-2640-6
  • Julius Gathogo:2011,The Pangs of Birth in African Christianity, 476 pages.978-3-8443-0606-4
  • Julius Gathogo:2011,Christ’s Hospitality From An African Theological Perspective,202 Pages,978-3-8443-0323-0
  • Julius Gathogo:2011,African Hospitality From A Missiological Perspective,  170 pages,978-3-8443-0006-2
  • Julius Gathogo:2011,Liberation And Reconstruction In Africa,476 pages,978-3-8433- 9087-3
  • Julius Gathogo:2001,The Truth About African Hospitality:Is There Hope For Africa? (Mombasa: The Salt Productions)120016723

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Title/Qualifications: PhD, MA, Bed (KU)
Department/Unit/Section:
Philosophy and Religious Studies
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Position: 
Senior Lecturer
Area of Specialization: African and Christian Studies
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 Publications

Books and Books Chapters

  • “Globalization and the Churches.” In Mwase I. and Kamaara E. (Editors) Theologies of Liberation and Reconstruction, Acton Publisher, 2012 (Nairobi).
  • “Sex Education in the Context of Changing Family Roles.” In Getui Mary(Editor) Responsible Leadership in Marriage and Family Acton Publisher 2008 (Nairobi).
  • “Religious Groups and Democratization in Kenya: Between the Sacred and the Profane” In Kenya: The Struggle for Democracy Zed Books 2007 (London).
  • “Beyond Anthropocentrism to Bieocentric or Ecocentric Inclusiveness: Engaging the Church in Kenya in Exploring Alternative Futures for Humanity and Nature in Africa Parading Through Development, Edited by Maurice N. Amutabi Published by the Centre for Democracy, Research and Development, Nairobi.
  • “Cause of violent conflicts: African Traditional perspective” in Getui Mary and WasayeMusyoni (eds) Overcoming violence: A Faith Based Response NCCK Nairobi 2003.
  • “Women and Political Participation in Kenya”. In Amoah Elizabeth, Divine Empowerment of Women in Africa’s Complex Realities. SAM Wood Accra, Ghana, 2002.

Conference/Workshops/Seminar Papers

Conference Presentations

  • 12th Hekima College Symposium Paper Presented “Theological Insights on Ecology and Technology towards Sustainable Development and Peace in Africa”.Hekima College Nairobi, March 2012
  • Circle For Concerned African Women Theologians (East African Region) Mystic Centre Nairobi, Paper presented” Women and Peace Building in Africa” August 2011.
  • County conversations organized by Twaweza Communication, Paper presented” Search for Identity? Youth, Culture and Religion in the Mount Kenya Religion” November 2010.
  • EATWOT Africa Region February 28 th – 6 th March, 2005 Accra, Ghana, Paper presented: “HIV/AID Rehabilitation Projects in Kenya: A Window of Hope for Women and Children”.
  • International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance (IAEVG) held in Lisbon Portugal between 14 – 16 September 2005. Paper Presented: “Puberty Initiation Seclusion School”.

Student Co-authored Publications

  • Musili, T, Gecaga, M & Gitome, J., (2018). Condom Use and Culture of Life: The Roman Catholic Church Dilemma in the Wake of New HIV Infections. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences 8 (6) 66-72.
  • Condom use and Culture of Life: The Roman Catholic Church Dilemma in the Wake of New HIV Infection, by Gecaga Margaret, Musili Teresia and Gitome Josephine in the Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 8 No 6 2018 pp 66 – 72 (2018).
  • “The Relationship between psychosocial preparation for retirement and quality of life in Kenya”. In International Journal of Social Science and Humanities vol 4 Issue 3 co-authored with Dr. Lucy Maina and Pauline Thuku 2016, pp. 251-260.
  • “Unfolding Reliogiosity and Spirituality: Towards an Integrated Theology of Holism in the Advent of New HIV Infections in Africa” (2016). In The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies Vol 4 Issue 9, Co - authored with Musili Telesia Kathini , pp, 230-235.
  • “Enhancing Graduate Employability through Community Engagement” In Journal of Administrative Science and Policy Studies Vol 1. 2013.
  • “Theological Insights on Ecology and Technology towards Sustainable Development and Peace in Africa”. In Hekima Review Journal of Hekima College, Jesuit School of Theology ,Peace Studies and International Relation No.46 May 2012 PP 57-73 .
  • The Response of the Church to the Plight of Children in Africa” in World Studies in Christianity Vol 13 Part 2 the Edinburgh Review of Theology and Religion Edinburgh University Press 2007 (Edinburgh) PP 142-159.

Research

  • Master of Arts (M.A) 1994 Thesis Entitled: “The African Orthodox Church: A Historical and Theological Study 1929 – 1989”.
  • PhD Thesis entitled “Issues in the Controversy surrounding the Introduction of Family Life Education in Kenyan Schools 1987 – 1997”.

Funded Projects

  • Awarded A CODESRIA (Council for the Development of Social Sciences Research in Africa), The Small Grant Programme for Thesis Writing in March 1998.
  • Involved in a research on Ethnicity, Community Relations and Civil Society in Kenya: Perspective from a New Generation in 2000 funded by Ford Foundation, New York.
  • Completed research on “The Role of Religious Groups in the Democratization process in Kenya” under the Council for the Development of Social Sciences Research in Africa (CODESRIA) – Kenya National Working group. (Funded by CODESRIA).
  • Co-investigator on Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Initiative: A Comparative Research Network – Topic “Religion, Spirituality and Power in Kenya and Uganda” (funded by CODESRIA-2013.)

Conference/Workshops/Seminars Attended

Conferences Attended

  •  2019 (31st May), Conference on the Palestinian Question & its Relevance to the Struggle for Human Rights
  • 2017 (2nd November), Conference on Cultural & Scientific Impact on Extremism & Radicalism

Executive Dean

Dr. Richard M. Wafula 
Executive Dean School of Law, Arts and Social Sciences
 

Dr. Tom Ratemo

Dr. Tom Ratemo

Deputy Executive Dean


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