Dr. Alfred T.Kisubi

Born in Namungalwe, Iganga District, Uganda, Alfred T. Kisubi, Ph.D became a citizen of the United States in 2002. He was educated at Isegero Primary School, Busowa Catholic Junior Secondary School, Kiira College Butiki, Jinja, St. Peters College Tororo, Makerere University, Kampala Uganda and the University of Missouri, Kansas City. He completed his undergraduate studies in literature, sociology and political science at Makerere University in Uganda. He then taught high school English language courses in literature, English as a second language, and religious education for eleven years in Uganda and four years in Kenya. He was also a national examiner of literature exams for the Kenya National Examination Council.

In 1985 he came to the United States as an exchange consultant in African Studies and instructor of sociology courses in Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas. With a 1988 - 1991 University of Missouri Kansas-City Chancellor's talent award for Time Winds , a collection of his poetry, he completed a Doctor of Philosophy in Administration of Higher Education with a minor in Sociology in 1993. His dissertation was basis to the book Race and Ethnicity in the First Person co-authored with Michael Burayidi, published by Greenwood Press.

Alfred's other publications include a monograph chapter "The Great Divide: Global Socio-economic Trends and Human Services in the 21st Century: We are in this together" in Tricia McClam & Marianne Woodside (Eds.) Human Services in the 21st Century and two chapters - "Theories of Multicultural Relations" and "Transvaluation and Fiction in American Immigration Policy" - in Burayidi, Michael A. (ed.) Global Multiculturalism, National Multiculturalism: Lessons of Experience , by University Press of America. His poetry collections include Time Winds by BkMk Press, Maybe It's a Dream, Storms: Poems of Azania , and Hi , by Wheel of Fire Press and his latest My Portrait As Kalulu The Hare by M.M.E. Press.

He can be reached at [email protected]

updated: 02/03/15

Publication List

Time Winds
My Portrait As Kalulu The Hare
Maybe It's a Dream, Storms: Poems of Azania