Publications

Dr. Peter N. Mose Ph.D

Lecturer, Linguistics

Primary Discipline

Literacies, bilingualism, and language planning

Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), Rhodes University (South Africa), 2016
  • Master of Arts (MA), Kenyatta University (Nairobi), 2010
  • Bachelor of Education (B.Ed), Maseno University (Kisumu), 2004
  • PGD Human Resource Management, Kenya Institute of Management (Nairobi), 2010

Other Credentials/Recognitions & Awards

  • Ph.D Best Researcher Award for 2016: Awarded by the African Language Association of Southern Africa (ALASA). ALASA in association with National Inquiry Services Centre (NISC-a publisher of premier African scholarly research products that promote African scholarship to a global academic audience), Routledge, and Taylor and Francis Group publish the South African Journal of African Languages, a peer-refereed international research journal.
  • Post-doctoral Fellow Award 2016: Awarded by Rhodes University and the National Research Foundation (NRF) to work/conduct research at Rhodes University.

Current Professional/Scientific Interests, Memberships, and Activities:

  • Conducting research on diverse aspects on Language and Society in Kenya
  • Member, African Language Association of Southern Africa (ALASA)
  • Member, Chama cha Kiswahili cha Afrika Mashariki (CHAKAMA)
  • Member, Adventist Campus Associates (ACA)

Research, Scholarly, Professional and Scientific Activities

  • Two published articles
  • Two revised articles
  • Two articles under review
  • Two co-authored high school-level publications
  • Journals:
  1. ordic Journal of African Studies
  2. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism

Academic Publications

  • 2019, Mose Peter&Kaschula Russell. Taylor and Francis. Developing mother tongues as academic languages in primary schools in Kenya: Exploring extent and indispensability. Journal of Language, Identity, and Education.
  • 2019, Mose Peter, Kaschula Russell. Emerald. International book donors and public libraries as partners in primary school literacy development in Kenya: Literacy prospects and obstacles. Library Management.
  • 2019, Mose Peter, Taylor and Francis. Bilingualizing linguistically homogeneous classrooms in Kenya: Implications on policy, second language learning, and literacy. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. doi:10.1080/13670050.2016.1268567.
  • 2018, Mose Peter, University of California Press. Multilingualism and first language maintenance: Nubian Language speakers in western Kenya. Africology:TheJournal of Pan African Studies 12(14), 248-268.
  • 2018, Mose Peter, Emerald. Libraries and user culture: Literacy and development implications. Library Management.
  • 2017, Mose Peter, Nordic Africa Research Network Language-in-education policy in Kenya: Intention, interpretation, and implementation.
    Nordic Journal of African Studies.
  • In press, Mose Peter& Kaschula Russell Nordic Africa Research Network A case for the adoption of Swahili as a language of early school literacy instruction in Ekegusii-speaking areas of western Kenya. Nordic Journal of African Studies.
  • In press, Mose Peter,Emerald Public libraries and literacy learning in primary schools in Kenya: A case study.
    Library Review (Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication).
  • In press, Mose Peter, et al,Oxford University Press. Mother tongue instruction in sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and prospects. Oxford University Press.
  • In press, Mose Peter & Kaschula Russell,Taylor and Francis Debunking the myth of lack of vocabulary for teaching content knowledge in primary schools: Exploring terminology for science in Ekegusii of Kenya. South African Journal of African Languages.
  • Under revision: Mose Peter &Kaschula, Russell, Nordic Africa Research Network. Language preferences in rural areas and radio broadcasts as agents for indigenous language valorization in Kenya. Nordic Journal of African Studies.
  • Under review, Mose Peter,University of California Press Possibilities of mother tongues in early child education: A case study of Ekegusii at a private school in Kenya. Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies.
  • Under review, Mose, Peter,Taylor and Francis Teacher and student experiences in using English in secondary schools in Kenya: Implications on pedagogy and epistemic access, and a case for bilingual education. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.

Articles in Conference Proceedings

  • 2017, Mose Peter, Kenya Scholars and Studies Association, USA. Devolving the language resource in Kenya: A study of public perceptions. Kenya Studies and Scholars Association 2017 Conference Proceedings, 8th-9th 2017 at Atlanta Marriot Marquis 265 Peachtree Center Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30303 USA.

Books

  • 2019:In Press, Mose Peter,et al; One Planet Publishers. Nairobi. Kenya. A Workbook for Understanding Literature for Secondary Schools.
  • 2017:Mose Peter, et al; Kenya Literature Bureau. Nairobi. Kenya.
  1. KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities, Grade One, Learners’ Book.
  2. KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities, Grade Two, Learners’ Book.
  3. KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities, Grade Three, Learners’ Book.
  4. KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities, Grade One, Teachers’ Book.
  5. KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities, Grade Two, Teachers’ Book.
  6. KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities, Grade Three, Teachers’ Book.
  • 2015: Mose Peter, et al; Kenya Literature Bureau. Nairobi. Kenya. A students’ workbook on Francis Imbuga’s Betrayal in the City.
  • 2012: Mose Peter; Africa Herald Publishing House. Kendu-Bay. Kenya. A study guide to When the Sun Goes down and other Stories from Africa and beyond.
  • Manuscript Mose Peter A guide to Journal article/book writing and publication (University-book project).
  • Manuscript Mose Peter Language in Education in Kenya: A Sociolinguistic Perspective (University-level book project).
  • Manuscript Mose Peter Ekegusii in education (Book chapter in Ekegusii Sociolinguistics).

Articles in Edited Publications

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Contacts

Physical address: Department of Linguistics and Literature

South Eastern Kenya University

Postal address: P.O. BOX 170-90200, KITUI, KENYA