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Doctorante en sociologie (2019-...)
ED355 « Espaces, populations, sociétés », Aix-Marseille Université



PhD Topic

Borderline Indigineity : Intergenerational Solidarity, Shifting Identities and Negotiating Belonging among the Banyarwanda in Uganda


My project is centered on the intersecting histories of belonging and contradictions of assimilation of the Banyarwanda in Uganda through a study of their longstanding (often turbulent) history of migration to date. Using a case of long term and recent refugees in Kyaka II refugee settlement, I examine the dynamics of ascription and self-identification within and outside the three confines of family, ethnic group and local community. My argument is that interactions within these three spaces foster negotiation of new forms of social identity.


2 résultats
Article dans une revue
Jackson Nzarirwehi, Faith Atuhumuze
In-Service Teacher Training and Professional Development of Primary School Teachers in Uganda
IAFOR Journal of Education, 2019, 7 (1), pp.19-36. ⟨10.22492/ije.7.1.02⟩
Article dans une revue
Faith Atuhumuze
The Place of Migration in the Deepening Divergence of Socioeconomic Class in Uganda
Cahiers de l'URMIS, Unité de recherches « Migrations et société » Université Côte d'Azur, 2016, Métamorphoses du regard sur les migrations contemporaines, ⟨10.4000/urmis.1357⟩

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