News from Nairobi

By James Chege Head librarian Maryknoll Institute for African Studies Second Semester Comes to a Close MIASMU’s second semester drew to a close on April 15 with a gathering of all students, faculty and field assistants involved in the three month program. The day’s...

News from Nairobi

By James Chege, head librarian, MIASMU Editor: Prof. Michael C. Kirwen, director MIASMU Second Semester: January–April 2016 The second semester of the 2015/16 academic year at the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies began Jan. 25. The students attending are a mix...

News from Nairobi

By James Chege Head librarian Maryknoll Institute for African Studies Second Pastoral Reflection: Miracle Rain, Childless Unions and Leaking Roofs. The second pastoral reflection (PR) of the semester was held on Nov. 2. Having had a successful PR earlier the onus...

News from Nairobi

By James Chege Head librarian Maryknoll Institute for African Studies First Pastoral Reflection: Witch Doctors and Circumcision Students and field assistants from the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies congregated in the main lecture hall on October 12 for the...

News from Nairobi

By James Chege, Head Librarian MIAS MIASMU New Academic Year Kicks Off Sept. 11 marked the opening day of the first semester program for the academic year at the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies. The new students were put through a thorough orientation program...
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