Dr.Remmy Shiundu Barasa.
Ph.D. Literature (University of Dar es Salaam), M.A, B.Ed. Arts (K.U).
Senior Lecturer & Director
Directorate of Graduate Studies

Dr. Shiundu is currently the Director in Directorate of Graduate Studies and Senior Lecturer  in the School of Education and Social Sciences at Kaimosi Friends University College.


Barasa, R.S. (2022). Validating the Subversive: A (re)reading of Sex Images in Okot
  p’Bitek’s Song of Malaya. In Chukwumah, I. (Ed.), Sexual Humour in Africa: 
Gender, Jokes and Societal Change. London, Routledge, 
Barasa, R.S. (2020). Towards gendered enhanced access to early childhood care and
               Education for rural and marginalized children in Kenya. In International Journal 
               of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 8, Issue 12, 2020.
Barasa, R. S. (2018). (Re)Imagining the Postcolony in Kenya's The XYZ Show Joke-Cartoons. In I. 
              Chukwumah, (Ed.). Joke-Performance in Africa : Mode, Media and Meaning. Taylor & 
               Francis Ltd, Imprint: Routledge.
Barasa, R.S. (2017). Effectiveness of digital technology in teaching literature in Kenyan  
              Universities: A case study of Pwani University. In Meda, L., and Makura, A.H.,(Eds.), 
             Technology driven curriculum for 21st century higher education students in
             Africa.Cameroon: Bamenda. Langaa Research and Publishing CIG, pp.51-78.
Barasa, R.S. (2017). (Re)Imagining Uganda Postcolony in Moses Isegawa's Abyssinian
              Chronicles. In Journal of English Language and Literature, Vol.8 No.1, pp.565-570.
Barasa, R.S. (2017). Integrating culture in Africa’s economic development. In Journal of 
              English Language and Literature, Vol.8 No.2, pp.611-616.
Barasa, R.S. (2017). Narrating Gendered Violence, the Absent Mother and (Dis) location in
              Secrets No More by Goretti Kyomuhendo. The International Journal of Humanities 
              and Social Sciences, Vol.5, issue 11, November, 2017.
Barasa, R.S. (2018). Construction of Gendered Identities through Cultural Memory in Moses 
              Isegawa’s Novel, Snakepit. In Journal of English Language and Literature, Vol.8 No.3,
              pp. 259-267. ISSN: 2368-2132.
Barasa R. S. (2009). Implications of Globalization on Storytellers and storytelling in 
               Kenya in Narratives Across Space and Time: Transmissions and Adaptations, 
               Hellenic Folklore Research Centre, Academy of Athens, 2009. ISBN 978 – 960-   
               404 – 154 – 1                              
 Barasa, R. S., & Makokha, J. K. S., Weaving Exilic Narratives: Homodiegetic Narration 
               and the Presentation of  Theme in Gurnah's Admiring Silence. In Negotiating
               Afropolitanism: Essays on Borders and Spaces in Contemporary African
               Literature and Media. (Eds.) J. K. S. Makokha & Jennifer Wawrzinek J.K.S Makokha, J.K.S., Barasa, R. S., et al., (2010). Tales, Tellers and Tale—Making: A Critical 
              Study of Literary Stylistics and Narrative Styles in Contemporary African Lierature.
Barasa, R. S. (2010). The Symbolic Representation of Nature in Tanzania’s Selected Poetry 
               Anthologies (September 11, 2010). OIDA International Journal of Sustainable 
               Development, Vol. 1, No. 8. pp. 65-69, 2010.SSRN:
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