Whois going to Speak in this session: History, Literature & Culture


Chief Guest - Session 5

Hon. Florence Kajuju - Chair, Commission for Administrative Justice

Dr. Chris Kiptoo, Principal Secretary Ministry of Environment and Fisheries

Welcoming Remarks:

Prof. K. Ngetich - Associate Professor of Sociology, Egerton University

SESSION 5: Keynote Speakers

Prof. Maurice N Amutabi
Prof. Maurice N AmutabiCentre for Democracy, Research and Development (CEDRED) / Lukenya University.

Unmasking the Complementarity of History, Literature and Culture in Lives of Citizens: New Dynamics and Imperatives of Interdisciplinarity.

Prof. Amutabi is an outstanding and decorated Professior of History.  He holds a Ph.D.  (History/African Studies), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. 2005.  Currently the Vice Chancellor, and Professor of History, Lukenya University, Kenya, December 16 2016 to present. 

Dr. M. Tukur
Dr. M. Tukur Umaru Musa Yar’adua University Nigeria saltuk.mt@gmail.com, Mubarak.tukur@umyu.edu.ng
Phone Number +256 708 947854, +2348032979055 Presentation

We are Agents, Not Passive Victims: The Role of Muslim Feminist Scholars in Peace building and Security in Northern Nigeria 1980-2018

PhD Fellow, Gerda-Henkel Stiftung Germany, Makerere University Kampala.  Mubarak Tukur is a Lecturer in the Department of History and Security Studies, Umaru Musa Yar’adua University Nigeria, where he obtained his bachelor degree in History in 2011. 

J. N. Murage
J. N. MurageLaikipia University

Exercise of Innocuous Power by Female Characters in Selected African Prose Fiction Works

Joseph Nderitu Murage is Postgraduate student of literature at Laikipia University, Kenya. Holds a Master of Arts degree from Kenyatta university, Kenya. Currently a teacher of English and Literature at Bishop Edward Donovan Secondary School, Nakuru Kenya and adjunct Lecturer at Laikipia University.

Prof. C.W. Kitetu
Prof. C.W. Kitetu Egerton University

Protocol and Order During the Late President Moi's Mourning Period: Understanding the Speech Act Theory

Catherine Wawasi J Kitetu is an Associate Professor of Linguistics and Communication at  Egerton University in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.   She teaches and mentors many post graduate students. She has done consultancies and conducted research.