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Dr. Muindu Peter Japheth

Dr. Muindu is the lecturer in the School of Arts and Social Sciences at University of Kabianga.

  • Lecturer
  • School of Arts & Social Sciences
  • Department of Linguistics, Literature and Communications
jmuindu@kabianga.ac.ke

Other Roles: 

School Examination Coordinator

Contacts: 

Dr. Muindu Peter P.O BOX 2030 - 20200 Kericho, Kenya Tel: +254722439343

Research Interests: 

  1. Cultural Studies, Medical Humanities, Post-colonial Discourse

Research & Publications: 

International Publications

  1. Japheth Peter Muindu and Erick Kipkoech Mutai. (2016). Celebrating Female Sexuality in Baingana's 'Tropical Fish' and Adichie's Americanah in International Journal of Literature and Arts, Vol. 4 Issue 4, pp 44-48.
  2. Muindu, P.J. (2016). ). ‘Liminality and Regeneration in Wahome Mutahi’s The House of Doom and Mora Gitaa’s Crucible for Silver and Furnace for Gold in European Journal of English and Literature Studies, Vol.4, No.4, pp39-45, June 2016
  3. Gladys Kinara & Muindu,P.Japheth.(2016). ‘Signification of HIV/AIDS in Babu Omar’s Kala Tufaha’ in Research Journal of English and Literature, Vol.4, Issue 2.2016
  4. Muindu, P.J. (2015). ‘Liminality and Regeneration in Meja Mwangi’s The Last Plague and Francis Imbuga’s Miracle of Remera in International Journal of Innovative Social Research 3(2):8-14, April- June, 2015
  5. Muindu, P.J. (2015).Political Oppression and Individual Alienation in Wahome Mutahi’s Fiction. Deutschland: Lambert Academic Publishers∙
  6. Muindu, P. J., Gladys, K. & Jose, A. (2012). ‘Individual Alienation and Political Oppression in Kenya as Depicted in Wahome Mutahi’s Novels in The Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies 3(4): 402-409
  7. Muindu, P. J., Gladys, K. & Jose, A. (2012). ‘The Vision of Social Justice in Wahome Mutahi’s Novels’ in Education and General Studies Vol.1(1) pp 001-008

Curriculum vitae: 

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