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Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa: Doctoral Dissertation Completion Fellowship 2014

Recipients

Chidi M. Amaechi
Department of History and International Studies
Traditional Peacebuilding in Nigeria: The Case of the Umuada (Daughters of the Community) in Igboland up to 2010
John Baligira
HISTORY
Land rights and conflict in Uganda: A case study of Kibaale district since 1962
Edmore Chitukutuku
Anthropology
Rebuilding liberation war militia bases: Reproducing memories of political violence in post-2000 crisis in Zimababwe
Anthony Chima Diala
Department of Jurisprudence and International Law
Recognition of living customary law in Nigerian legal system: women’s matrimonial property rights in south-east Nigeria
Numvi Wallace Gwaibi
Anthropology & Archaeology
Decentralisation and Community Participation: An Ethnography of Local Development and Municipal Politics in Cameroon.
Simon Kizito
Mental Health and Community Psychology
Maternal Mental Health: A Longitudinal cohort study of predictors and Its impact on infant growth and development in post -war torn rural Masaka District, Uganda.
Simangele Gladys Mayisela
Department of Education
Corporal punishment: cultural-historical practices of a South African primary school teachers
Jacqueline Halima Mgumia
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
CHOICES ON MONEY: ENTREPRENEURSHIP, LIVELIHOOD AND YOUTH ASPIRATION IN TANZANIA
ODETTE MURARA
Anthropology & Sociology
‘Performing diversity’: Everyday social interaction among migrants from the Great Lakes region and South Africans in Cape Town
Mildred Mushinga
Health Economics and HIV and AIDS Research Division
“The small house”: An ethnographic investigation into economically independent women and sexual networks in Zimbabwe.
Sifiso Ndlovu
Political Studies
Ethnic identity in post-apartheid South Africa: A case study of Southern Ndebele identity in the KwaMhlanga region in Mpumalanga province.
Xichavo Alecia Ndlovu
International Relations
Sustaining the unsustainable? Political institutions and development in sub-Saharan Africa's resource economies.
Lawrence Laury Ocen
Academic Registrar/Literature
Reading Monuments: Politics and Poetics of Memory in Postwar Northern Uganda
kester chukwuma onor
Political Science
United States Africa Command and Human security in Africa.