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Department of History & Archaeology

Department of History & Archaeology

 

Recent Submissions

  • Esther N. Mungai, Madara Ogot (International Business Research, 2012)
    This study looked into how different cultural factors affect gender involvement in entrepreneurship in a multi-ethnic country, Kenya. A majority of previous similar studies have been done in Western, developed societies ...
  • Abukutsa-Onyango, M.O., A.N. Muriithi, V.E. Anjichi, K. Ngamau and S.G. Agong (HAK, Kenya) A. Fricke, B. Hau and H. St¸tzel (Hannover, Germany) (Maseno University, 2003)
    Millenium development goals include reducing the proportion of people who suffer from hunger and poverty. To achieve this goal the horticultural sector cannot be left out and therefore can play an important part in ...
  • Obote Magaga Gordon (Moi University, 1991)
    This is a study of economic change in Sakwa. examines Sakwa's pre-colonial system analyses their encounter the capitalist production introduced theoretical concepts commercialization, with through of production colonialism. ...
  • Henry Nyamogosa, Michael Murimi (EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR), 2020)
    Cultural Tourism is a growing phenomenon around the world. In Kenya, cultural tourism represents an important part of the tourism sector and largely depends on cultural heritage assets such as traditions, artifacts, and ...
  • Lee Vinsel (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019-07-16)
    Regulation has shaped the evolution of the automobile from the beginning. In Moving Violations, Lee Vinsel shows that, contrary to popular opinion, these restrictions have not hindered technological change. Rather, by ...
  • Rémi de Bercegol, Shankare Gowda (Routledge, 2020-05-06)
    One important aspect of sustainability involves the flows of materials and energy, extracted, consumed, transformed and disposed of in the functioning of urban societies, which makes it directly linked to the ‘nested’ ...
  • Rémi de Bercegol, Anthony Goreau-Ponceaud, Shankare Gowda, Antony Raj (Pôle de recherche pour l'organisation et la diffusion de l'information géographique (CNRS UMR 8586), 2020-05-14)
    En Inde, le 24 mars 2020 à 20h00, l’annonce soudaine par le Premier Ministre de la mise en place d’un confinement 4 heures plus tard a provoqué une forte panique parmi les populations déshérités. Les images dramatiques de ...