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  • Theatre Arts Performance

    Theatre Arts Performance

  • Theatre Arts Performance

    Theatre Arts Performance

  • Theatre Arts Performance

    Theatre Arts Performance

  • Theatre Arts Performance

    Theatre Arts Performance

  • Theatre Arts Performance

    Theatre Arts Performance

  • Theatre Arts Performance

    Theatre Arts Performance

  • Theatre Arts Performance

    Theatre Arts Performance

Dr. Shikuku Emmanuel Tsikhungu

Title/Qualifications: Dr.
Department/Unit/Section: Theatre Arts and Film Technology
Contact Address: C/O Dept of Theatre Arts and Film Technology, Kenyatta University
Position: Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Theatre and Film Studies
Research Interests: Children’s Theatre, Screen analysis, Postcolonial Film Studies
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Research/Publications

  • Shikuku E.Tsikhungu 2015 Intersections of Literature,Theatre Arts and Education; Essays in Memory of Ezekiel Alembi East African Educational Publishers 978-9966-56-004-9 Shikuku E.Tsikhungu
  • 2016-2017 Module for Teaching Children’s Literature in Africa DSVOL, K.U Forthcoming
  • Shikuku E. Tsikhungu 2014 Identity in Postmillennial German Films on Africa Peter Lang Publishers
  • Shikuku E. Tsikhungu 2009 Module for teaching East African Poetry and Drama ODeL, K.U

Conference Presentations

  • Shikuku E. Tsikhungu Identity in German Films on Africa Nairobi/Kenya 6-8th March 2014
  • Shikuku E. Tsikhungu Docu-Aesthetics in German Documentary Films on Africa Denver Colorado /USA 3-5th Oct 2013
  • Shikuku E. Tsikhungu Changing Spectres, Interweaving Loops in Kenyan Theatre Nairobi/Kenya Sept 2013
  • Shikuku E. Tsikhungu Televisual Markers as Sites of Conviviality in German Films on Africa Bamberg/ Germany 24-25th May 2012

 

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On 18th & 19th February, the Department of film and Theatre Arts hosted a workshop entitled: “Linking Theatre Academia and Practice”. The workshop was attended by more than 50 participants representing various theatre companies, guilds, institutions of higher learning, Government and development partners.


Four years running, KU won top honours at the Metropolitan and Kenya Schools and Colleges National Drama Festival held in March (Nairobi) and April 2016 (Meru) respectively. Most significantly, three years in a row,  KU won the coveted best play award.


From 23rd-29th May, the department of Film and Theatre Arts hosted Dr. Zoe Zontou, a visiting Researcher from Liverpool Hope University. During the one week visit, Dr. Zontou took students and staff through a number of seminars on Applied Theatre.


 On 26th August 2016, the School held a workshop for all Graduate students in the School in to update them on new developments in Graduate studies and to hone their skills to meet challenges of graduate studies.

 

We welcome research papers hinged on Theatre Arts / drama, Film and Media studies / Communication that will help shed light on the role/s played by social, psychological, political, artistic, religious, linguistic, economic and technical factors in the processes of genre-formation, particularly when set against historical and cultural contexts. 

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