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Job Chebai Mulati

Job Chebai Mulati

Lecturer

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Department of Humanities

Biography

Teaching

Outputs

Research/PhD

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION
History

WORK EXPERIENCE
2017 to date Lecturer, Chuka University
2012-2017: Assistant Lecturer, Chuka University
April 2005-November 2012: Social Welfare Officer, Ministry of Health
1995-1996: Tutorial Classes, University of Nairobi

EDUCATION
PhD Student, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology
MA, University of Nairobi
BA, Egerton University

KEY RESEARCH PROJECTS
October 2016: Influence of Indigenous Peace Building Strategies in the Management of Interethnic Conflicts for Sustainable Development in Bungoma County, Kenya
September 2016: Sikhs’ Social Role and Their Impact in Kenya’s Sustainable Development, (1895-1990)
July 2016: Sikhs’ Race Relations and Their Impact on Inter-racial Marriages in Colonial and Post Kenya, (1890-1990)
October 2015: An Assessment of Agricultural Revolution for Development and Social Integration in Global Perspective
1997-1999: The Sikhs in Kenya: A Study of Their Social, Political and Economic Impact 1890 to the Present

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
Mulati, J.C & Naomi, K.K (2017). Sikhs Social Role and Their Impact in Kenya’s Sustainable Development 1895-1990. African Journal of Education, Science and Technology, 4(1):163-170.
Mulati, J.C (2017). An Assessment of Agricultural Revolution for Development and Social Integration in Global Perspective. European Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 2:151-161. www.ejbss.com
Mulati, J.C (2017) Sikhs Race Relations and Their Impact on Inter-racial marriages in Colonial and Post-colonial Kenya, (1895-1990). European Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 2:162-175.
Naomi Keeru Kithure, Eric Mwenda E.G, Martha W.M & Mulati, J. (2013). The Impact of Samburu Culture on the Development of Western Education in Samburu Community during the Colonial period in Kenya. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(21): 128-133.

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Ethnic conflict and Peace building

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