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Volume 3, Number 2, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue on Peace Education, Memory, and Reconciliation in Africa

Marisa O. Ensor, Guest Editor


Contemporary Perspectives on Conflict Transformation

pp. 1-23


Peace Education for Reconstruction and Peacebuilding in Postwar African Societies

pp. 24-46

Peacebuilding through Education in Postconflict Northern Uganda: The Importance of Placing War-Affected Youth in Community-Oriented Schools

pp. 47-68

Educating For Peace: The Sociocultural Dimensions of Grassroots Peace Education as a Tool for National Reconciliation and Social Forgetting in Sierra Leone

pp. 69-90

A Matter of “Knowledge In the Blood”? Unperforming Racial and Ethnic Prejudice in Tertiary Educational Spaces in South Africa

pp. 91-109

The Resolution of Conflict: Traditional African Ancestors, Kinship, and Rituals of Reconciliation

pp. 110-128

Re-Membering the Tutsi Genocide in Hotel Rwanda (2004): Implications for Peace and Reconciliation

pp. 129-150

Contested Versions Of Collective Memory in Postindependence Eritrea

pp. 151-170

Drinking The Bitter Roots: Gendered Youth, Transitional Justice and Reconciliation Across the South Sudan-Uganda Border

pp. 171-194

Photo Essay

The Art of Peace in Northern Uganda

pp. 195-218

About The Contributors

pp. 219-222

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