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This program examines the origins of the conflict in northern Uganda; issues of identity construction in the Ugandan context; and ongoing efforts by Ugandans to advance peace, community building, and reconciliation. Students also study the challenges associated with displacement and get a comparative look at conflict during the excursion to neighboring Rwanda.
National and ethnic identity Refugees and internally displaced peoples Peace restoration and community building The social and political history of conflicts in Uganda The history of genocide and anatomy of conflict in Rwanda (comparative case study)