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New Publication by Dr Lyn Ossome, MISR

Dr. Lyn Ossome, Senior Research Fellow and Assistant to the Director (Research and Students Affairs) Image:MISR

The Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR) is pleased to announce the publication of a new book by Dr. Lyn Ossome, Senior Research Fellow, Gender, Ethnicity and Violence in Kenya’s Transitions to Democracy: States of Violence, New York, London, Boulder: Lexington Books, 2018.

Gender, Ethnicity and Violence in Kenya’s Transitions to Democracy: States of Violence examines gendered violence in the context of multi-party politics in Kenya, placing it in the historical milieu of colonial rule and its legacies of the ethnicization of both state and society. It offers an extensive account of the ways in which liberal democratic politics have produced violence outcomes for women.

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