The Harry Frank Guggenheim African Fellows

(Formerly Harry Frank Guggenheim Young African Scholars)

2019–20

Jacqueline Adongo (Cultural Studies, Makerere University). Rethinking Childhood: Child Identity Formation in Post-War Northern Uganda
Stephen David (English Studies, Stellenbosch University). Biafra as Third Space: Reading the Politics of Belonging in Nigeria-Biafra Civil War Literature
Florence Ncube (Anthropology, University of the Western Cape). Navigating Exile: A Case Study of Rwandan Former Soldiers Living in South Africa
Elizabeth Animashaun (Peace Studies, University of Ibadan). Contending for Power: Intersections of Spiritualism, Violence, and Dominance in Commercial Sex Work
Khanyile Mlotshwa (Media and Cultural Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal). Interrogating Anti-Black Violence and Xenophobia in Discursive Construction of Black Subjectivity in Post-Apartheid Johannesburg, South Africa
Charlotte Ofori (Population Studies, University of Ghana). Bridewealth Payment and Male-Perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence Against Women in Ghana
Martin Ihembe (Political Science, University of Ibadan). Electoral Violence and Reforms in Nigeria’s Fledgling Democracy
Chenai Matshaka (Political Science, University of Pretoria). Civil Society Narratives of Violence and the Shaping of the Transitional Justice Agenda in Zimbabwe

2019-20

Isaac Dery (Gender Studies, Unaffiliated). "Illegal Border Crossing" and Gender-Based Violence: Developing an African-Centered Perspective on Masculinities
Michael Owojuyigbe (Sociology, University of Ibadan). Sexual Learning Among the "Omo Ita" in Ibadan 

2017–18

Simbarashe Gukurume (Sociology, University of Cape Town). Militarization of University Spaces in Zimbabwe: Institutionalised Political Violence
Yahya Sseremba (Political Science, Makerere University). A Historical and Political Inquiry Into the Political Violence in the Rwenzori Area of Uganda
Edmore Chitukutuku (Anthropology, University of the Witwatersrand). Youth Militias As Victims of Political Violence in Northern Zimbabwe
Torque Mude (Political Science, Religions, and Philosophies, Midlands State University). Effects of Violent Protests in Zimbabwe: Interrogating the April-August 2016 Anti-Government Protests
Benard Kilaka (Political Science). When Comrades Become Radicalized: Students’ Fears, Everyday Relations, and Perceptions of Security in Moi University, Kenya
Chibuzor Azubuike (African Studies, University of Ibadan). Negotiating Homeland and Return Among Female Bakassi Refugees in Cross River State
Souad Belhorma (Gender Studies, Moulay Ismail University-Meknes). Violence and Socioeconomic Development in a Transnational Context: A Case Study of Sub-Saharan Women in Morocco
Rosette Vuninga (History, University of the Western Cape). Combattants: Activists or Gangs? Ethno-Regional Violence Among Congolese Immigrants of South Africa
Elizabeth Animashaun (Conflict Studies, University of Ibadan). Commercial Sex Workers and Gender-Based Violence in Communities along Benin-Republic- Nigeria Border Corridor
Naume Choguya (Sociology and Anthropology University Of the Western Cape). Student Protests and Responses in South Africa: Violent Clashes

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