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Micere Githae Mugo (born Madeleine Micere Githae in 1942) is a playwright, author, activist, instructor and poet from Kenya. She is a literary critic and professor of literature in the Department of African American Studies at Syracuse University. She was forced into exile in 1982 from Kenya during the Daniel Arap Moi dictatorship for activism and moved to teach in Zimbabwe, and later the United States. Mwalimu Mugo teaches Orature, Literature, and Creative Writing. Her publications include six books, a play co-authored with Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o and three monographs. She has also edited journals and the Zimbabwean school curriculum. The East African Standard listed her among the 100 most influential people in Kenya in 2002.

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  • Micere Githae Mugo (née Madeleine Micere Githae en 1942) est une dramaturge, autrice, activiste, instructrice et poète kenyane. Elle enseigne la littérature au département d'études afro-américaines à l'université de Syracuse. En 1982, elle est condamnée à s'exiler du Kenya en raison de son militantisme sous la dictature de Daniel Arap Moi, et déménage au Zimbabwe puis aux États-Unis. Elle enseigne l'orature, la littérature et l'écriture créative. Elle a publié six livres, une pièce de théâtre co-écrite avec Ngugi wa Thiong'o et trois monographies. Elle édite des journaux et participe à la création du programme scolaire du Zimbabwe. L'East African Standard la mentionne dans sa liste des 100 personnes les plus influentes du Kenya en 2002. (fr)
  • Micere Githae Mugo (born Madeleine Micere Githae in 1942) is a playwright, author, activist, instructor and poet from Kenya. She is a literary critic and professor of literature in the Department of African American Studies at Syracuse University. She was forced into exile in 1982 from Kenya during the Daniel Arap Moi dictatorship for activism and moved to teach in Zimbabwe, and later the United States. Mwalimu Mugo teaches Orature, Literature, and Creative Writing. Her publications include six books, a play co-authored with Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o and three monographs. She has also edited journals and the Zimbabwean school curriculum. The East African Standard listed her among the 100 most influential people in Kenya in 2002. (en)
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  • Madeleine Micere Githae (en)
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  • Madeleine Micere Githae (en)
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  • Baricho, Kirinyaga District, Kenya (en)
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  • Micere Githae Mugo (en)
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  • Playwright, author, activist, instructor and poet (en)
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  • Micere Githae Mugo (née Madeleine Micere Githae en 1942) est une dramaturge, autrice, activiste, instructrice et poète kenyane. Elle enseigne la littérature au département d'études afro-américaines à l'université de Syracuse. En 1982, elle est condamnée à s'exiler du Kenya en raison de son militantisme sous la dictature de Daniel Arap Moi, et déménage au Zimbabwe puis aux États-Unis. Elle enseigne l'orature, la littérature et l'écriture créative. Elle a publié six livres, une pièce de théâtre co-écrite avec Ngugi wa Thiong'o et trois monographies. Elle édite des journaux et participe à la création du programme scolaire du Zimbabwe. L'East African Standard la mentionne dans sa liste des 100 personnes les plus influentes du Kenya en 2002. (fr)
  • Micere Githae Mugo (born Madeleine Micere Githae in 1942) is a playwright, author, activist, instructor and poet from Kenya. She is a literary critic and professor of literature in the Department of African American Studies at Syracuse University. She was forced into exile in 1982 from Kenya during the Daniel Arap Moi dictatorship for activism and moved to teach in Zimbabwe, and later the United States. Mwalimu Mugo teaches Orature, Literature, and Creative Writing. Her publications include six books, a play co-authored with Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o and three monographs. She has also edited journals and the Zimbabwean school curriculum. The East African Standard listed her among the 100 most influential people in Kenya in 2002. (en)
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