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B. John, Land rights and and conflict in Kibaale district, 1996 to present day, CODESRIA, 2017, p. 28.
C. Mbabazi Mpyangu, Rebuilding Lives and Relationships through Forgiveness and Reconciliation in Northern Uganda, in The Ugandan Churches and the Political Centre; Cooperation, vol. 1, London: Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide , 2017.
J. B. M. Samuel, Musana, P., and Catherine, J., The Religious Cycle in Sudan's History: Case Study on the Sudanese Rellious Conflicts up to 1983, African Journal of History and Culture, vol. 9, 2017.
S. Antonia Nannyonga-Tamusuza, Ring-tunes and Caller-tunes: New Media’s Sustenance of Song Performance Tradition as Women’s Strategy for Domestic Conflict Management among the Baganda of Uganda, African Performance Review, A Journal of the African Theatre Association (AfTA) , vol. 9, no. 2, 2017.
A. Mabingo, Teaching Uganda traditional dances and drumming for summer camps in the U.S, Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, vol. 88, no. 5, 2017.
B. Kigozi, Towards a Sustainable Development of Traditional Indigenous Music: The Case of Buganda, Springer, International Publishing Cham, 2017.
N. Nambalirwa Helen, The Use of Violent Biblical Texts by the Lord’s Resistance Army in Northern Uganda, vol. 37, 2017.
R. Naiga, Penker, M., and Hogl, K., Women's role in collective operation and maintenance of drinking water infrastructure in rural Uganda , Society and Natural Resources, 2017.
J. Spire Ssentongo, ‘The District Belongs to the Sons of the Soil': Decentralisation and Ethnic Exclusion in Uganda, Identity, Culture & Politics: An Afro-Asian Dialogue (CODESRIA), vol. 17, no. 1, 2016.
P. Khanakwa, ''If I Die, Let Me Be the Last'': Reflecting on Dr. Lukwiya and Uganda’s Efforts against Ebola Disease Virus, Kujenga Amani, 2016.
B. Kigozi, Information and Communication Technology: a basis for arts education reforms in Uganda, International Yearbook for Research in Arts Education, vol. 4, 2016.
R. Kibirige, Insider - Outsider Phenomenon in Traditional Dance Research in Indigenous Communities, Acta Ethnographica Hungarica, vol. 16, 2016.
P. Khanakwa, Male Circumcision among the Bagisu of Eastern Uganda: Practices and Conceptualizations, New York: Berghahn Books, 2016.
R. Kibirige, Notation of an African Indigenous Dance: An Inquiry on the Application of Labanotation Theory to Understand Myel Bwola from the Acholi Sub-Region of Northern Uganda, International Council for Kinetography Laban, vol. 27, 2016.
S. Antonia Nannyonga-Tamusuza, Performing Baakisimba during Mass: Negotiating, Contesting and Politicizing the ‘Sacred’ in the Roman Catholic Church in Uganda, Japan: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2016.
A. B. Godfrey, Progress and Constraints of Civil Society Anti-Corruption Initiatives in Uganda, 2008-2015, 2016.
A. Mabingo, Refugees, migrants, visitors and internally displaced persons: Investigating acculturation in academia, Higher Education Research & Development, vol. 53, no. 1, 2016.
P. Khanakwa, Reinventing Imbalu and Forcible Circumcision: Gisu Political Identity and the Fight for Mbale in Late Colonial Uganda, The Journal of African History , vol. 59, 2016.
H. Alava and Ssentongo, J. Spire, Religious (de)politicisation in Uganda’s 2016 elections, Journal of Eastern African Studies, vol. 10, no. 4, 2016.
V. Mbabazi, The Situation of Women in African Societies: Challenges and Realities, Freiburg im Breisgau: Verlag Herder, 2016.
D. Kanakulya, Sustainable Poverty Eradication in the East African Community, in Globality, Unequal Development and the Ethics of Duty, London: Cambridge Scholars Publishers, 2016.
B. John, Understanding the futility of countries’ obligations for health rights: realising justice for the global poor, BMC International Health and Human Rights, vol. 16, p. 11, 2016.
B. Kigozi, Why Say It When You Can Sing It? Perspectives on the Significance and Usage of Music in Africa, Pan African Journal of Musical Arts Education , vol. 1, no. 2, 2016.