1. Phonological influence of EKEGUSII in the pronunciation of English – BY Anyona Morara George.2. The discourse of Metaphor of sexuality among Kenyan University Students: Case study of Students from Egerton University, Kenya. By Rachael N. Njenga.3. The Discursive construction of Kenyan Newspaper reports on the 2007 Election campaigns and their interpretations – By Bichang’a Wilson Nyaigoti.4. Language use in formal Adolescent reproductive health: A CASE STUDY of selected secondary schools in Nyamira District, Kenya. – By Atambo B. Norah.5. Use of online public access catalogue (OPAC) in special Libraries a comparative study of African medical and research foundation (AMREF) and international livestock Research institution (ILRI) libraries Nairobi. By Silvester Mwendwa Musyoki.6. Challenges facing Automation of records centres in government institutions. A comparative study of office of the presidency and cabinet affairs office Records centre Nairobi. By- Nicodemus Mutinda Nzyuko.
Literature, Languages and Linguistics
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Ilieva, E.V.2011. “Palaver Finish: Chenjerai Hove’s Engagement with Banality of Power in Zimbabwe” Trenton, Nj: Africa World Press, 2011.
Mutiti, Y.J.K. 2011.The Medium of Language in African Literature: Is there alienation in the adoption of Foreign Languages in the ‘so-called’ African Literatures? in USILL Journal
Mutiti, Y.J.K. 2011.Towards Unity in the Kenyan Cultural Diversity: The Place of Kiswahili Language & Culture, in AFRICAN PERSPECTIVES: Contemporary Discourse in Language & Literature, Vol. 1. No. 1
Mutiti, Y.J.K. & L.J. Njeri, M. Mukuthuria, 2011. Rhetorical Structure of African Bantu Languages: Is it a reflection of African Logical Patterns? Forthcoming in EGERTON JOURNAL
Mutiti, Y.J.K. & J. F. Tchai. 2010. Shakespeare’s ‘Intertextualities’ in Africa: Julius K. Nyerere’s Interpretation & Translation of The Merchant Of Venice & Julius Caesar in the Context of ‘Ujamaa’ Socialism in Tanzania. in Lorke et al 2010, Theatre as Heterotopia: Contemporary Comparative Perspectives on Shakespeare, BergstraBe: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier
Lorke, M; Y.J.K. Mutiti; J. F. Tchai; J. Wawrzinek, R. West-Pavlov, K. Wiegandt, (eds.) 2010. Theatre as Heterotopia: Contemporary Comparative Perspectives on Shakespeare, BergstraBe: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier
Micheni, B.W. & Y.J.K. Mutiti, 2011. Towards the Improvement of College Students’ Communicative Competence in Preparation for Professional Practice: An Analysis of Errors in Written and Oral Performance, Forthcoming in EGERTON- OSSREA Journal Vol. IX, July 2011.
Mukuthuria M & Y.J.K. Mutiti, 2011, The Lexicographical Challenge to Kiswahili as Meta-language: Adoption and Incorporation of Specialised Terminology into Linguistic Scholarship, Forthcoming in EGERTON JOURNAL.
Kweya, D.G. 2011. Contesting the curative space: the politics of healing in the narratives of Abanyole Ethnomedical practitioners. In Devy,,G.G. Davis and K.K. Chakravarty (eds.)
Mareri, L.A. 2011. The Relationship between Hip Hop Music and Aggression Among Secondary School Youth in Kenya, in EGERTON- OSSREA Journal Vol. IX, July 2011.
MissionTo generate and disseminate significant knowledge and offer exemplary education at the department of Literature Languages and Linguistics that contributes to national and global development.Objectives· to provide 100% teaching and examination services every semester.· To publish at least Two articles in referred Journals annually· Admit by at least 5 postgraduate students every academic year.
To generate and disseminate significant knowledge and offer exemplary education at the department of Literature Languages and Linguistics that contributes to national and global development.
- Prof. Ilieva Emilia Vassileva
- Prof. Mutiti James Kariuki
- Prof. Kitetu Catherine W.J.
- Dr. Phylis Jepkemoi Bartoo
- Dr. Jonathan F. Chai
- Dr. Joseph Walunywa
- Dr. Ng'etuny Kipkoech Kipsabit
- Dr. Lucy Jane Njeri
- Dr. Kweya Dishon George
- Dr. Simiyu Wanjala
- Richard Muturi Marundu
- Isaiah Kiptum Arap Chebet
- Lydia A. Mareri
- Michael Kimotho Kamau
- Jane Awuor Obura
- Anna Juma Akoth
- Bw. Gacheiya, R. M.
- Masaya Hillary Chakava
- Gachigua Sammy Gakero
- Mr. Robert Rotich
- Ms. Rosephy Cheptoo Koskei
Welcome to the Department of Literature, Languages and Linguistics (LL&L)! Our department is one of the four departments of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS). Our programs and courses offer multiple opportunities for undergraduate and graduate studies in languages and linguistics, literature, journalism media studies, information science, communication skills, cultural studies, performing arts, and language education. LL&L is one of the largest and most diverse departments in the university, in terms of disciplines and programs. We also offer certificate courses in Chinese, Japanese, French, German, Library science, English and Kiswahili. The department provides students and academic staff with opportunities for research in many linguistic, literary, cultural, and performance traditions. The department is also affiliated with other departments and institutes within the university where our academic staff are engaged in teaching and research. In all these endeavors we strive to train our students to think independently and critically in order to function effectively in a contemporary global environment. Ours is the only department in which every student at Egerton University must register because we offer a one-year university-wide course in communication skills to all first year students!