The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Welcomes Its 2020 Distinguished Scholars

February 17, 2021 (NEW YORK) — The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of its 2020 HFG Distinguished Scholars. These fifteen leading researchers are undertaking projects poised to make significant contributions to understanding the causes, manifestations, and control of violence across the globe.  The international cohort of scholars, chosen through a rigorous…

Christopher Okemwa’s journey through the epic monologue

Christopher Okemwa is an internationally reputed Kenyan poet, theatre academic and director. He teaches theatre and literature at Kisii University in Kenya. He holds a PhD in performance poetry from Moi University, Kenya. He is the director at the Kistrech Theatre International. He is the founder and current director of Kistrech International Poetry Festival in…

Kenyan Professor in US Mary Gitau Seek to Create Peace Center in Kenya

A Clarke University faculty member seeks to help start an initiative aimed at enabling communities in her native Kenya to better resolve conflicts. Mary Gitau, an assistant professor of social work, will work next year with faculty at Kisii University in Kenya, as well as community members from that region, to start the Center for Peace…

2Nd International Conference Call for Papers/Abstracts 5Th -7Th October 2021

Conference Theme Heritage and Sustainable Development Goals in Africa  Introduction  The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the United Nations blueprint for a more sustainable future for all.  The international conference aims at establishing the key roles heritage can play in the context of Sustainable Development Goals. This relates to social cohesion, well-being, creativity, economic appeal,…