Fellows

Our Current Fellows

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  • Andrea Hollington

    University of Cologne,
    Germany

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    Project Titel: Linguistic Biographies – (Meta-)Knowledge Practices With Multiple Insights


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  • Collins Mumbo

    University of Moi,
    Kenya

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    Mr. Mumbo, Collins Kenga, lecturer of Swahili Literature and African Theatre in the department of Kiswahili and Other African languages at Moi University, Eldoret Kenya . I hold an M. Phil and B.Ed (Arts) degrees from Moi University, Kenya. I have taught both masters and undergraduate students at Moi University’s department of Kiswahili and other African Languages. Courses handled at Master’s level include: African Contemporary Drama, African Contemporary Folklore and Swahili Written Poetry. I have supervised five masters desertations to completion and authored a couple of books among them a Kiswahili Play Kosa si Kosa published by Oxford University Press, Kenya 2009. Currently I am writing my doctoral thesis on Pan Aficanism.

    Project Titel: Consceintization Of The African In The Context Of African Integration As Depicted In Kiswahili Litarature


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  • Jauquelyne Kosgei

    Univerity of Stellenbosh,
    South Africa

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    Project Titel: Imaginaries of Oceanic Histories in Oral and Written Texts from the Kenyan Coast
    Associate member in "Oceanic Humanities for the Global South"


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  • Judith Mgbemena

    University of Wukari,
    Nigeria

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    Project Titel: Nigerian Social Media Jokes: A Sociolinguistics Focus on the Praxis of Humour on National Discourses


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  • Lara-Stephanie Krause

    University of Leipzig,
    Germany

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    Project Titel: Are Colonial Languages Decolonising The (South) African University?


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  • Lisanza Bonciana Nasiali

    University of Moi,
    Kenya

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    Project Titel: Voices of precarious women in Kenya and the linguistic context of their working environment


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  • Mingqing Yuan

    University of Bayreuth,
    Germany

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    Project Titel: Circulation of African Texts in China: Translation, Publication and Knowledge Production


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  • Nikitta Adjirakor

    University of Bayreuth,
    Germany

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    Project Titel: Mapping a newly emerging field of African language literature


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  • Simthembile Xeketwana

    Univerity of Stellenbosh,
    South Africa

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    Project Titel: The implementation of a language policy for multilingual education: extending the teaching and learning of isiXhosa for communicative purposes in teacher education


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