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RPHE Journal Articles and Book Chapters

The following peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters were published by Rwandan authors after their participation in the Aegis Trust programme on Research, Policy and Higher Education (RPHE). Since the RPHE’s inception in 2014, one of its principal objectives has been to support Rwandan authors, through funding, training and other means, in publishing high-quality peer-reviewed research. In the process, the RPHE aims to amplify Rwandan voices in international scholarly debates across the social sciences.

Revealing professional development needs through drawings: The case of Rwandan History teachers having to teach the Genocide against the Tutsi.

Author: Jean Leonard Buhigiro and Johan Wassermann
Publishing Journal: Yearbook of the International Society of History Didactics [2017] 38

Women’s experiences of gender equality laws in rural Rwanda: The case of Kamonyi District.

Author: Mediatrice Kagaba
Publishing Journal: Journal of Eastern African Studies (2015) 9 (4) 574.

Peace Education in Rwandan Secondary Schools: Coping With Contradictory Messages

Author: Jean de Dieu Basabose and Heli Habyarimana
Publishing Journal: Journal of Peacebuilding and Development (2019) 14 (2) 138.

Ideology and interests in the Rwandan patriotic front: Singing the struggle in Pre-Genocide Rwanda.

Author: Benjamin Chemouni and Assumpta Mugiraneza
Publishing Journal: African Affairs (2020) 119 (474) 115.

The true healing is healing together: Healing and rebuilding social relations in Post-Genocide Rwanda.

Author: Régine Uwibereyeho King
Publishing Journal: Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology (2019) 25 (1) 49.

One Rwanda For All Rwandans’: (Un)covering the Twa in Post-Genocide Rwanda.

Author: Meghan Laws, Richard Ntakirutimana and Bennett Collins
Publishing Journal: Hannah Grayson and Nicki Hitchcott (eds), Rwanda Since 1994: Stories of Change (Liverpool University Press 2019) 125.

Double Jeopardy: Young adult mental and physical health outcomes following conception via genocidal rape during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.

Author: Glorieuse Uwizeye, Zaneta M. Thayer, Holli A. DeVon, Linda L. McCreary, Thomas W. McDade, Donatilla Mukamana, Chang Park, Crystal L. Patil and Julienne N. Rutherford
Publishing Journal: Social Science & Medicine [2021] 278 113.

Peacebuilding through Language Mentorship in Rwanda’s Primary Education: Challenges facing key stakeholders.

Author: Jean de Dieu Nkubito and Anastasie Uwababyeyi
Publishing Journal: Rwanda Journal of Arts and Humanities (2017) 2 (2) 44.

Music, Violence, and Peace-Building.

Author: Helen Hintjens and Rafiki Ubaldo
Publishing Journal: Peace Review (2019) 31(3) 279.

Rwandan music-makers negotiate shared cultural identities after Genocide: The case of Orchestre Impala’s revival.

Author: Rafiki Ubaldo and Helen Hintjens
Publishing Journal: Cultural Studies (2020) 34 (6) 925.

Marital conflict in the aftermath of Genocide in Rwanda: An explorative study within the context of community based sociotherapy.

Author: Emmanuel Sarabwe, Annemiek Richters and Marianne Vysma
Publishing Journal: Intervention (2018) 16 (1) 14.

Identification and Critique of the Values Education Notion Informing the Itorero Training Program for High School Leavers in Post-Genocide Rwanda.

Author: Sylvestre Nzahabwanayo
Publishing Journal: Interchange (2017) 49 (4) 111.

The Dilemma of Affirmative Rehumanization: Words are just the beginning.

Author: Hyppolite Ntigurirwa
Publishing Journal: Yale Journal of International Affairs [2021] 16 105.

Becoming “Historically Marginalized Peoples”: Examining Twa perceptions of boundary shifting and re-categorization in Post-Genocide Rwanda.

Author: Bennett Collins, Meghan C. Laws and Richard Ntakirutimana
Publishing Journal: Ethnic and Racial Studies (2021) 44 (4) 576.

From Child to Genocide Perpetrator: Narrative Identity Analysis among Genocide prisoners incarcerated in Muhanga Prison, Rwanda.

Author: Felix Bigabo and Angela Jansen
Publishing Journal: Psychology Research and Behavior Management [2020] 13 759.

Disclosure of Genocide Experiences in Rwandan Families: Private and Public Sources of Information and Child Outcomes

Author: Caroline Williamson Sinalo, Pierre Claver Irakoze and Angela Veale
Publishing Journal: Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology (2020).

Rwanda’s Inyangamugayo: Perspectives from Practitioners in the Gacaca Transitional Justice Mechanism.

Author: Jean-Damascène Gasanabo, Donatien Nikuze, Hollie Nyseth Brehm and Hannah Parks
Publishing Journal: Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal (2020) 14(2) 11.

Time to hear the other side: Transitional Temporalities and Transgenerational Narratives in Post-Genocide Rwanda.

Author: Richard M. Benda
Publishing Journal: Natascha Mueller-Hirth and Sandra Rios Oyola (eds), Time and Temporality in Transitional and Post-Conflict Societies (Routledge 2018) 122.

What works in citizenship and values education: Attitudes of trainers towards the Itorero training program in Post-Genocide Rwanda.

Author: Sylvestre Nzahabwanayo
Publishing Journal: Rwandan Journal of Education (2018) 4 (2) 71.

Promising Generations: From Intergenerational guilt to Ndi Umunyarwanda

Author: Richard M. Benda
Publishing Journal: Hannah Grayson and Nicki Hitchcott (eds), Rwanda Since 1994: Stories of Change (Liverpool University Press 2019) 125.

Woman’s political representation in Rwanda: Analysing how Quota System increases female leadership and changes patriarchal society towards Gender Equality.

Author: Josephine Mukabera
Publishing Journal: African Journal of Democracy and Governance (2019) 6 (2) 134.
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