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    • Language, the Sustainable Development Goals, and Vulnerable Populations 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (The Centre for Research and Documentation on World Language Problems and the Center for Applied Linguistics, 2017-05)
      Cultures that use indirect language today face the challenge of being misunderstood. Indirection is often associated with lack of self-esteem, zeal, truthfulness and sincerity. Yet, it is for some, a style of language ...
    • Love of Reading Local Languages 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (Uganda Christian University, 2018-06)
      This a paper presentation about the Love of Reading Local Languages
    • Mahatma Gandhi’s Perspective of Discipline: An Understanding of African Proverbs on Peace. 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (Uganda Christian University, 2017-09)
      Mahatma Gandhi’s perspective of discipline, which is also the basis of respect for the self and others comprises of truth (Satya), non-violence (ahmsa), self-control (brahmachaya) non-stealing (a steya) and non-possession ...
    • One-On-One Riddling Approaches to Local Languages and Literature Revitalization In Uganda 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (2018-06)
      The gains and challenges in fulfilling the Asmara 2000 declarations on African Languages and Literatures have shown that individuals are the key to sustainable revitalization. Using riddling approaches, the author has ...
    • Positioning Library and Information Services to Achieve Sustainable Development: Innovations and Partnerships. 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (Uganda Christian University, 2018-04)
      As Library Information Services providers we have the obligation to innovate, renovate and activate new and old partnerships. You have to reach out to individuals, communities, nations and corporations in the global village ...
    • The Riddle of Yayeri the Great by Michael Ogutti 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (Uganda Christian University, 2018-09)
      The story, Lwaki Yayeri Muzira? (Ogutti 2013), translated as Why is Yayeri Great? (Gulere 2014), takes the form of a riddle whose answers are left to the reader to reflect and articulate. It is one of the Uganda Community ...
    • Riddling, Word-Play and Language Growth 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (Uganda Christian University, 2017)
      Word-play and/or riddling are sometimes castigated as a diversionary use of language. While some are fascinated by it and would go miles to appreciate such entertainment, others feel it is insincere and nonsensical. This ...
    • Symbolism in Robert Serumaga play, The Elephants 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (Uganda Christian University, 2018-11)
      Serumaga’s play, The Elephants uses intensive alchemical symbolism of Fire, Water, Air, Earth, Sulfur, Mercury, and Salt to depict the conflicts and changes in post-independent Uganda of June 1969. The two act play shows ...
    • UCU Creative Writing, Reading, Translating and Publishing for children in local languages 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi; Tukwasibwe, Constance; Mugume, Peter (Uganda Christian University, 2018-08)
      Uganda Christian University Community Service Writing, Reading, and publishing for Children in Literature
    • Uganda Christian University’s collaboration with Story Weaver 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (Uganda Christian University, 2018-03)
      Uganda Christian University (UCU) aims to supplement early literacy initiatives by making quality multilingual children stories freely available to the local communities with this collaboration. Using Story Weaver’s ...
    • Uganda Christian University’s collaboration with Story Weaver 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi (Uganda Christian University, 2017-07)
      Uganda Christian University (UCU) aims to supplement early literacy initiatives by making quality multilingual children stories freely available to the local communities with this collaboration. Using Story Weaver’s ...