Mungai Mutonya, PhD

Human Development, Education and Training; Languages, Identities, and power dynamics

Professor Mungai Mutonya’s research focuses on the intersections of language, identity, and empowerment within densely multilingual African communities. Mutonya directs Washington University’s Summer in Kenya Program that carefully blends coursework, homestays, guest lectures, and service learning. Mutonya is a Teaching Professor in African and African American Studies and a Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow.

Location

Kenya

Tanzania

Uganda

Goals & Impact

Expand mutually beneficial collaborations between Kenyan and Washington University students and faculty.

Collaborators