Siundu, G.  2012.  Gender Affirmation or Racial Loyalties? Women and the Domestication of History in Neera Kapur-Dromson’s From Jhelum to Tana Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes. , New Jersey: Africa World Press


  2011.  2. April, 2011: “National Literatures or Cultural Studies? Reflections on East Asian and East African Postcolonial Literatures.” Paper presenNational Literatures or Cultural Studies? , April Reflections on East Asian and East African Postcolonial Literatures. , Research Institute of Korean Studies,
  2011.   “European football worlds and youth identifications in Kenya.” . African Identities . Vol. 9 No. 3. (ISSN. 1472-5843. ):Pp.337–348..
Siundu, G.  2011.  Metaphors and the Economy of Hope in Jared Angira’s Lament of the Silent & Other Poems. East African Literature: Essays in Written and Oral Traditions. , Berlin: Logoa Verlag
Siundu, G.  2011.  Beyond Auto/Biography: Power, Politics, and Gender in Kenyan-Asian Women Writings. Research in African Literatures. 42(3):117-131.


  2010.  Liberal Arts and the Achievement of vision 2030, November. Synergy and Networking to Enhance Research and Development. , 1st Alexander Van Humboldt Alumni Meridian Court Hotel, Nairobi.
  2010.  The Musical Reconfiguration of the Luhyia Community in Jacob Luseno’s Music”. Nairobi Literature Journal No. 6, . (ISSN 1814-1706. ):Pp.67–80..
Siundu, G, W B.  2010.   “Christianity in Early Kenyan Novels: Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s Weep Not, Child and The River Between” . Journal of Language, Technology & Entrepreneurship in Africa . Vol. 2 No. 1: :292–310..
  2010.  Revising Nabongo Mumia’s Place in the Making of Kenya’s History: Historical and Literary Dimensions.” J-STEM, , , . . Journal of Science, Technology and Education. Vol. 3 Nos. 1&2(ISSN. 1991-2889):Pp.179–194..


Siundu, G.  2009.  Imagining Home and Community in East African Asian Writings. , Saarbrucken: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller


Amriika, V M.  2008.  The Poetics of Journeying and the Dilemma of Baggage in Moyez Vassanji’s No New Land and Amriika” J-STEM, J. ournal of Science, Technology and Education,. Vol. 2 Nos. 1&2, (ISSN. 1991-2889. ):Pp.219–226..



Dawood, Y.  2004.  Transcending Racial / Cultural Spaces: the Power of the Woman in Yusuf Dawood’s Works.” ISSN 147 258 43. . African Identities . Volume 2 Number 2(ISSN 147 258 43. ):Pp.203–213..
  2004.   “For Christopher and his Mother” a poem in Botsotso: . Journal of Contemporary South African Culture Number 13. . . (ISSN 156 276 32):P.215..

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