Ethnicity, Conflicts & Peacebuilding; Culture & Environment; Poverty Reduction & Community Development
10/2013 to 09/2016
PhD, Social & Cultural Anthropology, University of Cologne
10/2010 to 09/2012
MA, Culture and Environment in Africa (CEA), University of Cologne
01/2004 to 12/2008
BA, Anthropology, University of Nairobi
Lecturer/Research Fellow, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya
10/2013 to 12/2016
Assistant Lecturer, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya
Kioko, Eric Mutisya (2017). Conflict Resolution and Crime Surveillance in Kenya: Local Peace Committees and Nyumba Kumi, in: Africa Spectrum, 1/2017 (in print)
Kioko, Eric Mutisya (2016). Turning conflict into coexistence: cross-cutting ties and institutions in the agro-pastoral borderlands of Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya. PhD Thesis, Universität zu Köln. URL: http://kups.ub.uni-koeln.de/id/eprint/7064
Kioko, E. M. & Bollig, M. (2015). Cross-cutting Ties and Coexistence: Intermarriage, Land Rentals, and Changing Land Use Patterns among Maasai and Kikuyu of Maiella and Enoosupukia, Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya. Rural Landscapes: Society, Environment, History, 2(1): 1, pp. 1-16, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.16993/rl.ad
Awards and scholarships
PhD Grant: European Commission through Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITN), FP7-PEOPLE-2013-ITN project no. 606879 and
University of Cologne, Germany.
MA scholarship: North Rhein Westfalen (NRW), German; Albertus-Magnus Programme, University of Cologne, Germany.
DAAD Prize 2012 for outstanding academic performance. My master thesis was ranked among the top 10 best out of 150, courtesy of University of Cologne, Germany.
English, Swahili, German (intermediate), Kamba, Sheng, Kikuyu