The contents of this page were developed under a grant from the Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad (GPA), U.S. Department of Education. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.
As part of this Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad program, faculty from Moi University prepared presentations on a variety of topics that address aspects of Kenya. Please feel free to review these presentations and/or papers and use them for educational purposes and be sure to properly credit the authors. The papers/presentations are listed by title.
Additional Resources are also available under Curriculum Internationalization.
For citations, please use the format for an unpublished symposium. Symposium conducted as part of the IUPUI Fulbright Hays Group Projects held in Eldoret, Kenya from July 9-August 3, at Moi University.
- African Religions and Philosophy by John S. Mbiti
- Colonialism and its Legacies in Kenya by Peter O Ndege, Associate Professor of History
- Community Engagement and Activism During the Post-2007 General Election Violence in Kenya: The Case of the Catholic Diocese of Eldoret by Paul Kibiwott Kurgat
- The Context of Curriculum Development in Kenya by Ruth N. Otunga and Charles Nyandusi
- Dynamics of Traditional Practices: The Case of Tumndo ne Leel: A Coming of Age Concept Among the Kalenjin Community of Kenya by Susan K. Chebet
- The System of Education in Kenya by Chris Wosyanju
- Ethnic Imbalances in African States: A Challenge to Ideals of Nationalism and Democracy by John M. Mwaruvie
- Folk Music of Kenya by George Senoga-Zake
- Some Aspects of the Geography of Kenya by Raphael W. Kareri
- Kenya: The Health Sector (PowerPoint) by Simiyu Tabu
- Language and Gender by Naomi Shitemi, Department of Kiswahili & Other African Languages
- The Language Situation in Kenya by Nathan Oyori Ogechi, Department of Kiswahili & Other African Languages
- Lecture notes on the history of Kenya by Anne Nangulu
- Maasai Culture and Maasai Mara by Solomon Ole
- Narok University College and the Environment: "The Light on the Hill"
- Kenya National Heritage: Music and Culture by Joseph Kiplang'at, School of Information Sciences and Charles Lagat, School of Business and Economics
- A Political History of Kenya by John Mwaruvie, History, Political Science, and Public Administration
- A Political History of Kenya (PowerPoint) by John Mwaruvie
- Religions and Emerging Religious Movements in Kenya by Eunice Karanja Kamaara
- Religion and Emerging Religious Movements in Kenya (PowerPoint) by Eunice Karanja Kamaara