Hello all. I am writing to let you know about an excellent new book called "The Trouble with the Congo: Local Violence and the Failure of International Peacebuilding" by Severine Autesserre. You can…Continue
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I am interested in your research about my country Rwanda. Are you related to Mary King, the scholar who wrote about ML King and Gandhi? I wish to meet you whenever you pass by Kigali. I am ending my coursework as a distance student at…"
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Elisabeth is an Associate Professor at Steinhardt, New York University. She is a political scientist working on issues at the intersection of development, conflict and peacebuilding in sub-Saharan Africa. Her first book, from Classrooms to Conflict in Rwanda, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2014.
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I am interested in your research about my country Rwanda. Are you related to Mary King, the scholar who wrote about ML King and Gandhi? I wish to meet you whenever you pass by Kigali. I am ending my coursework as a distance student at Natal University (M.Com), in conflict resolutions and peace studies. My previous graduate studies are in theology (M.Th). My present research is: "Christian identity and genocide ideology in Rwanda. An analysis of the contribution of the church to peace building and restorative justice in Rwanda from 1959-1994".
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