Omotayo Jolaosho, 2009 International Dissertation Research Fellowship recipient, recently published an article about South African women’s activism in the journal Signs titled "Awkward Activisms: Gender and Embodied Mobilization in a Postapartheid South…
Combattants: Activists or Criminals? A Reflection on Ethnoregionalism and Political Violence among Congolese Immigrants in South Africaby Kujenga Amani
Rosette Sifa Vuninga has has been a member of an African Peacebuilding Network (APN)-funded Collaborative Working Group since June 2016, working on a comparative study: "From Networks of Violence to Networks of Peace: Armed Youth Violence," across five African countries. She is a PhD fellow in History at the University of the Western Cape (UWC), Cape Town, South Africa.