Professor, Loyola University of Congo and Vice-President ASAA
Prof. Kafarhire has dispensed courses from middle school, high school, college, to graduate programs in different countries including the Democratic Republic of the Congo, his native country, Kenya and the United States. Through his years of teaching, he says that that teaching is about transforming perspectives about life; that he can’t distinguish between teaching as a profession and priesthood; and that passion is very important in all that we do. Dr. Murhula has previously taught Spiritual and Moral Theology, the Catholic Social Doctrine, the Politics of Developing Societies, and Encountering Africa. Currently, he teaches Theories of International Relations, African Cultures and Conflicts, and Foreign Policy Analysis. Besides enjoying his intellectual life as a professor, he also loves poetry, the arts, and mentoring the youth. He founded a Ballet group using art, music and dance for civic and political education in Eastern Congo. He serves as East Africa Co-editor of the Critical Investigation into Humanitarianism in Africa, or simply the CIHA Blog (http://www.cihablog.com). Dr. Murhula has several publications of poetry, literary critiques, and political science in different anthologies, journals, and books.
All Sessions by Toussaint Kafarhire
AppreciationConcert Hall, Baxter Theatre
Response to Presidential Lecture