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Dr. Outa George O Publications
19999.
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22014A Preliminary [Re]-assessment Of The Impact Of The African Growth And Opportunities Act(AGOA) And Some Policy Recommendations For 2015; With Special Reference To Kenya US Trade Relations.
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32009Performing Power: Ethnic Citizenship, Popular Theatre And The Contest Of Nationhood In Modern Kenya
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42009Will They Survive The Margins?: A Case Study Of The Endangered Languages And Oral Traditions In Kenya
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52008Fabricating Nationhood: Sigana (Narrative) As Theatre In Post-colonial Kenya,
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62003Encyclopaedia Of African Literature
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72001The Dramaturgy Of Power And Politics In Post-colonial Kenya: A Comparative Re-reading Of 'Forms', In Texts By Ngugi Wa Thiong'o And Francis Imbuga
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82001Speaking With Vampires : Rumor And History In Colonial Africa, Luise White : Book Review
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92000Beyond The Canon: Power Alternations And The Rise Of Alternative Voices In The Drama And Popular Theatre Practice Of Post-colonial Kenya.” Mid American Alliance For African Studies Conference (MAAAS). Kansas State University, USA, Sept. 25-27, 2000
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101999Lysistrata In Nairobi: Performing The Power Of Womanhood In The Post‐colony
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111997African Politics And The Struggle For The Artist's Freedom: Viewpoints From Kenya
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1219956.
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131995Writers’ And The Human Rights Question In Africa: A Study Of The Role Of Literature And The Arts In The Evolution Of A Democratic Culture In Kenya
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141993African Examples: Inspirations For Achievment And Personal Fulfilment
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1519867.
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