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Anthropology in Africa: what future for the historian?
(Kenyatta University, 2002)
The relationship between anthropology and history has been differentiated by the notion of change. Also, the history of anthropology lends itself to specific people as its object of study- people without history. Its ...
A Global Mennonite History: Volume One: Africa
(American Society of Church History, 2005-06)
The provision of formal western education among the Kenyan pastoral communities; 1900-1990
(Eastern Africa Journal of Historical and Social Sciences Research, 2000)
Ethical Practices For Effective Leadership: Fact Or Fallacy-The Kenyan Experience
(KCA Journal of Business Managementt, 2009)
The subject of ethics in Kenya has been a hot one for the last few years. The country has witnessed some of the worst corruption scandals in her history since independence. Even with the establishment of the Kenya ...
Searching for and accessing senior managers for public universities in Africa: challenges and opportunities
(Kenyatta University, 2001)
The Politics of Marginal Forms: Popular Music, Cultural Identity and Political Opposition in Kenya
This paper focuses specifically on the Kenyan context to contest the foregoing position. Its argument rests on the axiom that whereas it has become normal in the writings on civil society, democratization and so on, to ...
Nomiya Luo Church: A gender analysis of the dynamics of an African Independent Church in Siaya district, Kenya, c.1907 to 1963
(Southern African Missiological Society vol 31 Issue Number 2 Pages 239-277, 2003)
This paper explores the connections between gender and the independency Christian ideology in the formation of new social relations as well as affirmation of traditional relations of domination between men and women. To ...
Mutongi Kenda. Worries of the Heart: Widows, Family, and Community in Kenya