Recent Student Theses and Dissertations on Africa and the African Diaspora at Carleton
Bueckert, Michael “Boycotts and Backlash: Canadian Opposition to Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) Movements from South Africa to Israel” Doctor of Philosophy
Chironda, Andriata “Narrators, Navigators and Negotiators: Foreign Service Officer Life Stories from Canada’s Africa Refugee Resettlement Program, 1970 to 1990″ Doctor of Philosophy
Argent, Gabrielle “Mobility, Voice and View: Unpacking the Future of Cape Town’s District Six” Doctor of Philosophy
Mitchell, Kareem David James “Housing on the Horizon: Low-rise, High-density Housing Strategies for Luanda’s Expanding Periphery” Doctor of Philosophy
Katz-Lavigne, Sarah “«Qui ne risque rien, n’a rein» : Conflict, Distributional Outcomes, and Property Rights in the Copper- and Cobalt -Mining Sector of the DRC.” Doctor of Philosophy
Babadjide, Sylvie Pulcherie “Aid Effectiveness in the Water Sector: A Multi-Site Study in Benin” Doctor of Philosophy
Medu, Moyosola Oluwakemi “A Study of Educational Achievement in Sub-Saharan Africa” Doctor of Philosophy
Liu, Ying-Ying Tiffany “Intra-Migrant Economy: Chinese Restaurant Entrepreneurship and Zimbabwean Migrant Workers In South Africa” Doctor of Philosophy
Wood, Jacqueline Rosemary “State and Self-Regulation of Civil Society Organizations in Context: A Case Study of Kenya” Doctor of Philosophy
Anderson, David “Informality Meets Formality: Luanda’s Urban Transformation” Master of Arts
Sloss, Thomas “Danger, Deviancy, and Desire in Apartheid South Africa: Visualizing an Exchange of Transnational Homoerotic Commodities” Master of Arts
Mouafo Piaplie, Cynthia “African solutions to African problems? The African Union’s sanctions regime regarding unconstitutional changes of government.” Master of Arts
Joana Pimentel “Transcultural Bodies: a Comparative Approach to Dissident ‘Minor’ Women’s Writings in Portuguese, Italian, and Spanish. PhD.
Akintunde Akinleye ‘Cracks on the Wall’: A critique of Chinua Achebe’s “An image of Africa”
Sarah Otto “On Blackness: Slavery, Hegemony and Border thinking”
Nathaniel Dorgbetor “Towards a Better Language in Education Policy for Multilingual Ghana: A Review of the Language in Education Policies that Ghana have had from Colonial Era to Post Colonial Times”
Cynthia Mouafo Piaplié “African Solutions to African Problems? The African Union’s Sanctions Regime with Regards to Unconstitutional Changes of Government” MA
Laura Fluegel “IDPs in Central and East Africa: The reality beyond the label”
Ben Bestvater “Foreign Investment for Brighter Futures? Exploring Nigeria’s Chances for Successful Poverty Alleviation”
Emma Anderson “Music as a Means of Resistance in Apartheid South Africa”
Nick Ward “The Die Antwoord Phenomenon: Art, Media, and Representation in a Globalized World”
Hailey Ren “Impact of The Rising Chinese Mobile Phones in Africa: A Case Study of Ethiopia”
Sarah Kabamba, MA, “Canada in Africa: A Lack of Consistency and Control”
Lance Hadley “Borders as Resources for Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa” International Affairs, PhD
Danielle Mpalirwa, MA, NPSIA, “”Know ‘Her’ Status: Assessing the ‘Genderfication’ of HIV/AIDS Campaigns in Lesotho”
Amanda Charles, Ph.D., Political Science, “…[B]ut the ladies [still] remain…”: Theorizing the Exclusion of Women and Girls from the New Deal and Conceptualizing their Responses – The Cases of Sierra Leone and Liberia”
Michael Ofusu Anim, MA, Institute of Political Economy, “Rent-Seeing Behaviours in Ghana: Causes and Consequences”
Bissy Waariyo “In the ‘Mobile Revolution’ We Trust? Understanding the Barriers to Political Mobilization in Ethiopia,” Political Science with a specialization in African Studies, MA.
Michael Bueckert “Opposition to Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) From South Africa To Israel,” Sociology, PhD
Ying-Ying Tiffany Liu “Intra-Migrant Economy: Chinese Restaurant Entrepreneurship and Zimbabwean Migrant Workers in South Africa,” Anthropology, PhD
Emma Bider “Performing a post-conflict identity: Tuareg music in refugee camps, “Anthropology and Sociology, MA
Rumbi Chimhanda “The Inescapable Lure of Beauty’s Paradox: An Analysis of Beauty and Fashion Practices within Canada’s African Diaspora Communities,”Political Science, PhD
Pierre Dubeau “Mapping and Characterizing Wetlands and Wetland Dynamics in the Highlands of Ethiopia Using Random Forest Classification,” Geography, MSc
Ebere Ahanihu “Discourse, Representation, and Development Practices: A Post-Development Study of an ICT for Education Project in Nigeria,” Communication, PhD
Jerusa Ali “International Criminal Law ‘On the Ground’: An Examination of the Crime of Persecution in Nigeria,” Law and Legal Studies, PhD
Melissa Armstrong “Healthcare in Exile: ANC Health Policy and Health Care Provision in MK Camps, 1964 to 1989,” History, PhD
Bonnie Bates “Writing Women Out of History: Islam and the Growth of Written Culture in the Sahara,” History, MA
Vivianna Boilès-Léonard ” South African Sites of Forced Removal: Heritage, Value and the Politics of Memory,” Anthropology, PhD
Geoff Brouwer “The Promise of Impact Investing: An Examination of Impacts and Measurement of Impact Investors in the Agricultural Sector in East Africa,” NPSIA with a specialization in African Studies, MA
Christine Chisholm “Tracing the Tragic Tale of Thalidomide in Ghana.” History, PhD
Allyson Fradella “”The New Left Labour Politics of South Africa.” Political Economy with a specialization in African Studies, MA
Heather Gilberds “Radio broadcasters as development brokers: A critical look at knowledge translation in East Africa,” Communication, PhD.
Aliesha Hosein “Representations of Slave Ships in Caribbean Literature,” English, PhD.
John Jacobs “The impact of Canada on mining and development in Africa via the TSX and bilateral investment agreements,” Public Policy and Administration and Institute of Political Economy, PhD.
Hussein Kasim “Exploring the relationship between policy transfer and policy outcomes: the case of malaria control policies of Rwanda and Uganda,” Public Policy and Administration, PhD.
Sarah Katz-Lavigne “Multinational corporations and the enforcement of property rights in the extractive industries in sub-Saharan Africa,” International Affairs, PhD.
Zehra Mawani “Diasporic Citizens: Asian Ugandans and Identity Formation; the Canadian Experience,” History, MA.
Sam Meeks “Water Privatization in Ghana: An Anthropological Perspective,” Political Economy, MA (and collaborative Master’s in African Studies).
Beth Mburu“Informed Options for Climate Change Adaptation in the Semi-Arid Tropics: The Case of Small-Scale Farmers in Eastern Kenya,” Geography and Environmental Studies, PhD.
Karim Myatt “Amazigh Identity and the Indigenous Rights Movement in Morocco,” Anthropology, PhD.
Megan Pickup “An emerging, post-neoliberal power: Brazilian South-South cooperation in Mozambique and Haiti,” Political Science, PhD,
Matt Rushton “Picturing Ethnography: Text & Image in Michel Leiris’ L’Afrique fantôme,” Cultural Mediations, PhD.
Todd Scanlan “Unearthing Corporate Social Responsibility: Examining Legal Techniques of Development” Legal Studies, MA.
Mariah Siha “Manufactured Democracy and Rules of “Normal Politics”: An Analysis of Democratic Legitimacy and the Role of “Unconventional Popular Sovereignty” in Post-Mubarak Egypt. ” Legal Studies, MA.
William Tait “Canada’s Foreign Aid in Transition: Christian Missionary Influence on Secular Non-Governmental Agencies 1933-1973 ,” History, PhD .
Nick Ward “Americanization in Cape Town: Western Media¹s Influence on Self-Portrait and Identity Expression of Coloured Male Youth in Cape Town,” Communication, MA.
Lameck Zingano “Contested histories: The politics of memory in postcolonial Southern Africa,”Anthropology, PhD.
Emma Bider The Sound of Home: Tuareg Women’s Tendé Drumming in France and Belgium (MA, Anthropology with a specialization in African Studies, 2018).
Tyler Paziuk “Trade Unions and Noncitizens in South Africa: Towards an Organizational Norm of Differentiated Universalism.”
Prince L. Baffoe Traditional Authorities and Development in Ghana: A case study of Asante and Akyem Abuakwa Kingdoms (MA, Research Paper, International Affairs with a specialization in African Studies, 2017).
Ebere Ahanihu Digitizing Failure: Development and Power in Nigeria e-Schools (PhD, Communication, 2017).
Tyler Paziuk Trade Unions and Noncitizens in South Africa: Towards an Organizational Norm of Differentiated Universalism (MA, Political Economy with a specialization in African Studies, 2017).
Dahay Daniel “The Comforts of Coffee: A Rite of Passage and the Cultural Binding of the Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony with its people in Diaspora.” History, MA
William Onyeaju “The Centre Continues to Hold”: A Critical Examination of State Responses to Violent Insurgency in Nigeria during the Administration of President Goodluck Jonathan, 2010-2015,” Political Science with a specialization in African Studies, MA
Jayne Bergeron Participation as Transformation? Exploring the dimensions of women’s empowerment in agricultural co-operatives in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania: The case of Mamsera AMCOS (MA, Research Paper, Public Policy and Administration, 2015).
Philip Billingham The Struggle for a Living Wage: Origins and Implications of the Marikana Massacre (MA, Research Paper, Political Economy with a specialization in African Studies, 2015).
David Mastey, African Child Soldier Narratives and the American Market (PhD, English, 2015).
Moyo, Nicole Nomsa, Ukubutha: Towards a New Social Architecture in South African Township (M.Arch., Architecture,2015)
Bethanie Pascutto, Context Matters: Tax Mix and Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2015).
Doaa Saddek, Adverse Selection in Household Investment in Education in Egypt: Can the World Bank Policy Recommendations Offer a Solution for Egyptian Households? (PhD, Public Policy, 2015).
Christine Stenton, Struggling for the ‘right to the city’: In situ informal settlement upgrading in Kibera, Nairobi,
(MA, Political Economy with a specialization in African Studies, 2015)
Nesochi Chinwuba, ‘God Forbid, You’re Gay!’ Exploring How Gay Nigerians Negotiate their Multiple Identities in the Diaspora (MA, Women’s and Gender Studies, 2014).
Amanda Cox, Income-Generating Products for People with Disabilities in the Majority World: Understanding the Complexities of Participatory Design in Rural Uganda (MDes, Industrial Design, 2014).
Dadzie Ato Kwamena, The Noise of Silence: How Suppression of Free Expression Threatens the Fragile Peace in Post-Genocide Rwanda (MJ, Journalism, 2014).
Egan, Glennys ,‘Actually-existing’ Neoliberalism in Nairobi, Kenya: Examining Informal Traders’ Negotiations Over Access to the Entrepreneurial City (MA, Political Economy with a specialization in African Studies, 2014).
Christopher Huggins, Seeing Like a Neoliberal State? Authoritarian High Modernism, Commercialization and Governmentality in Rwanda’s Agricultural Reform (PhD, Geography with a Specialization in Political Economy, 2014).
Koonar, Catherine Slavery by a New Name: Children, Childhood and Forced Labour in Colonial Ghana, 1855-1914 (MA, History with a specialization in African Studies, 2014).
Lyncaster, Juhli, Connecting Bodies: Re-examining Ritual Murder in Venda (MA, Anthropology, 2014).
O’Sullivan, Sarah, The Politics of Triage: International Aid and AIDS Care in Northern Uganda (MA, Anthropology with a specialization in African Studies, 2014).
Lauren Poole, Measuring a holy terror : a threat assessment of Boko Haram (MA,Essay, International Affairs, 2014).
Sid Rashid, Preventive diplomacy, mediation and the responsibility to protect : a missed opportunity in Libya (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2014)
Rocca, Vera The Gendered Implications of the Expansion in Commercial Sugarcane Production: A Case Study of Contract Farming in Magobbo, Zambia (MA, International Affairs, 2014).
Sarah Waisvisz, Dissident Diaspora: Genres of Maroon Witness from the Anglophone and Francophone Caribbean (PhD, English, 2014)
Jennifer Amanda Coffie, Returning to Rebuild: Forced Migration, Resource Transformation and Reintegration of Liberian Returnees from Ghana and Guinea (PhD, Political Science, 2013).
Shaun Coombes, Growing the Architecture of Barbados: From Vulnerable to Resilient Shelters (MArch, Architecture, 2013).
Matthew Croombs, An Opposition in Search of Itself : Modern French Cinema and the Algerian War (PhD, Cultural Mediations, 2013).
Holly Dunn, Customary justice and the rule of law in the Eastern DRC : a case study of baraza (MA, Political Science, 2013).
Amatoritsero Ede, The Global Literary Canon and Minor African Literatures (PhD, English, 2013).
Brian Enright, WASHed Up? An Analysis of Water Access,Sanitation and Hygiene Programmes (MA, Sociology, 2013).
Wairimu Gitau , Social media use in Mathare during 2012 elections in Kenya (MJ, Research Project, Journalism, 2013).
Zoë Gross, Constructing Whiteness and Locating Power in East Africa: Desirability and Status of ‘Others’ with Access (MA, Women’s and Gender Studies, 2013).
Nathan Kruger, Healing by trial? : post-conflict justice and the reintegration of former child soldiers in Sierra Leone (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2012).
Martin, Melanie Artistes rebelles : la révolte de la danseuse dans trois romans contemporains (MA, French, 2013).
Brielle Morgan, Poverty Tourism in Nairobi Kenya (MJ, Research Project, Journalism, 2013).
Eric Muller, Kith and Kin: Thabo Mbeki’s Policy of “Quiet Diplomacy” Towards Zimbabwe (MA, Political Science, 2013)
Jennifer Perry, Developing the Volunteer Tourist Identity through Meaningful Interaction: A Critical Comparison of the Lived Experiences of Childcare and Animal Care Volunteers in South Africa (MA, Sociology, 2013).
Andréna Pierre, Third Party Citizen Reactions to Interventions in a Genocide: The Influence of the Social Categorization of Victims and the Norm of a Responsibility to Protect (PhD, Psychology, 2013).
Rosset, Shannon Sugar and spice and everything nice : the impact of ideology on best practices for sexual and reproductive health in Barbados (MA, International Affairs, 2013).
Cassandra Verardi, Perceptions of Voluntourism [South Africa] (MA, Anthropology, 2013).
Sinmi Akin-Aina In the Shadows of Marginality: An Analysis of the 2006 Kenyan Refugee Act and Urban Refugee Women (MSW, Social Work, 2012).
kru Ali Development Identity and Citizenship: The Ugandan Muslim Youth Experience (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2012).
Leah Alesia BroomeThe confused identity: an exposition of the Barbadian-Caribbean culture (MArch, Architecture, 2012).
Brittony Chartier Reversing the Gaze: Wasu, The Keys and Black Man on Europe and Western Civilization in the Interwar Years, 1933-1937 (MA, History, 2012).
Elizabeth Cobbett South Africa in the Changing World Order: Power, Finance and Society (PhD, Political Science, 2012).
Dacia Douhaibi The influence of integration on the remittance behaviours of diasporas (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2012)
Graham FoxBelonging Behind Walls: Race, Security, and Citizenship amongst Euro-Kenyans in Nairobi (MA, Anthropology, 2012).
Carol Hunsberger Great aims, small gains: Jatropha-based biofuels and competing discourses of development in Kenya (PhD, Geography and Environmental Studies, 2012).
Salah Jama The determinants of one party dominance in India and South Africa: the cases of INC and ANC and lessons of party building for Somaliland/Somalia (MA, Research Essay, Political Science, 2012).
Arianna Jezari Through Their Eyes: Insights from the Lived Experiences of Blind Youth in Uganda (MA, Anthropology, 2012).
Philip Martin, Coming together : power-sharing and durability of negotiated peace settlements [Côte d’Ivoire and Liberia] (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2012).
Keith McCuaig. Jamaican Canadian music in Toronto in the 1970s and 1980s: a preliminary history (MA, History, 2012).
Matthew Morris Traditional Authorities, Politics and Development in Ghana (MA, Research Essay, Political Science, 2012).
William Nham Digging Up Zimbabwean Gold Miners: An Anthropological Study of Artisanal Gold Mining in Central Mozambique (MA, Anthropology, 2012).
Golrokh Niazi Revolution or reform? : prospects for democratization in the Middle East and North Africa (MA, Research Essay, Political Science, 2012).
Franklin Oduro Transitional societies, democratic accountability and policy responses: The formulation of the truth and reconciliation commission approach to transitional justice policy (South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana) (PhD, Political Science, 2012).
Idil Salah. Localized Governance in the Midst of Anarchy: The Role of Non-state Actors in Somalia’s Nation-State building (PhD, Political Science, 2012).
Daniel Stadnicki Enjoying Gospel Drumming: An Investigation of ‘Post-Racial’ Appropriation, Consumption, and Idealization in Contemporary Black Musicianship (MA, Music and Culture, 2012).
Vivienne Torpey Politics of Environmental Management and Policy: A Case Study of Ghana (PhD, Political Science, 2012).
Heather Yundt When a company moves in:The impact of KIMMINIC’s biofuel plantations on farmers in Ghana, West Africa (MJ,Research Project radio documentary, Journalism, 2012).
Krista Wray The Ripple Effects of HIV/AIDS and the Water Crisis: a feminist political ecology study of South Africa (MA, Research Essay, Political Economy, 2012).
Nathan Wynes Livelihoods on the Cusp of Citizenship: Strategies, Vulnerabilities and Durable Solutions in Tanzania’s Old Settlements (MA, Research Essay, Political Economy, 2012).
Nwara Abdulhamid What is the Impact of the Libyan Study Abroad Scholarship Programme on Returning University-Level English Teachers? (MA, Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies, 2011).
Chantaie Allick HIV/AIDS Among Black Women in Ontario (MJ project, Journalism, 2011).
Jeffery Bernstein The Intervention that wasn’t: Saving Lives with Force in Darfur? (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2011)
Erin Bell Beyond the Exhibit: Zulu Experiences in Britain and the United States, 1879-1884 (MA, History, 2011)
Ryan Butyniec Muno-Lawake: Contrasting Established Literature to the Critical and Local Understandings of War in Lord’s Resistance Army and Government of Uganda conflict-affected Acholiland, northern Uganda (MA, Political Science, 2011).
Victoria Campbell Emancipation Day in Windsor, Ontario : celebration and contestation of “The Greatest Freedom Show on Earth” (MA, Research Essay, History, 2011).
Tracy Carroll Self-Determination Norms and Practice in the Post-Colonial Era: a Comparative Analysis of Western Sahara, Eritrea and East Timor (MA, International Affairs, 2010).
May Chazan Mobilizing Grandmotherhood: Possibilities of Global Connections [South Africa, Canada] (PhD, Geography and Environmental Studies, 2011).
Amy Dempsey One by One: Negotiating an End to Child Trafficking in Ghana’s Fishing Industry (MJ, Research Project, Journalism, 2011).
Stéphane Duval Is the African Peer Review Mechanism a key variable in the Establishment of Institutional rather than Neopatrimonial Rule in Africa? (MA, Political Science, 2011).
Jessica Evans Regional integration and disintegration in the Southern African Development Community: reactions and resistance to uneven capitalist development (MA, Research Essay, Political Science, 2011).
Sara Ghebremusse Promoting effective economic development through trade in the Southern African Development Community (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2011).
Wangui Kimari Learning to be Black: The Afrocentric “Word” as Anti-Racism Mobilization in Salvador, Brazil (MA, Anthropology, 2011).
Todd MacDonald Statebuilding while Warfighting : An Examination of Counterinsurgency Strategies and Post-Conflict War-Recurrence and State Stability(MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2011)
Petronila Michael From Philanthropy to Business Models: A Case Study of Tourism and Horticultural Supply Linkages in Serengeti National Park Region, Tanzania (MA, Political Science, 2011).
Otim Harris Okwir Nyerere’s Socialism: the Rationalization of Ujamaa (MA, Political Economy, 2011).
Kimalee Phillip Coloniality, Sexuality & Violence: An Interrogation into the Colonial Patterns of Violence Against Women in Grenada (MA, Law, 2011).
Alexander Sculthorpe Peeking inside Nigeria’s Cupboards : An Examination of the Determinants of Nigerian Political Will to Contribute to ECOWAS Peace Operations (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs., 2011)
Brian Adeba A Framing Analysis of Coverage of the Darfur Conflict in the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star, 2003-2008 (MJ, Journalism, 2010).
Ebere Ahanihu Elections in democratic consolidation : the challenge of the Nigerian media (MJ, Journalism, 2010).
Tracy Carroll Self-determination norms and practice in the post-colonial era : a comparative analysis of Western Sahara, Eritrea and East Timor (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2010).
Gisell Castillo Moving Mountains’: A Grounded Theory of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign (MA, Psychology, 2010).
Colin Cordner On the process of the disenchantment of ancient Egypt (MA, Philosophy, 2010).
Stephanie Doucet Biased intervention in ethnic conflict : the case of Rwanda (MA, Research Essay, European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, 2010).
Morgan Faulkner Langue et mémoire dans la femme aux pieds nus de scholastique Mukasonga (MA, French, 2010).
Aleksandra Gvero La genèse du créole guadeloupéen (MA, French, 2010).
Amanda Kijewski ‘A people who have been given too much’: Canadian Efforts and Development Strategies at the Gatina Self-Help Health Education Centre, Kenya, 1972-1975 (MA, History, 2010).
Gaaki Kigambo Is the revolution here yet? : impact of mobile phones and the internet on Uganda’s news media and public life (MJ, Journalism, 2010).
Clare Levin Access to Health Care in Sierra Leone: the Experience of Poor, Rural Women, International Affairs (MA, International Affairs, 2010).
Joseph McDonald “Failed” and “Fragile” Aid: The Misunderstood Logic of Development Assistance in the Global South (MA, Research Essay, Political Science, 2010).
Shawna R. Meister Influencing the operations and outcomes of the UN peacebuilding architecture in Sierra Leone : North-South dynamics at work (MA, Political Science, 2010).
Martha Melesse Gender, Equity, and Access to Health Care: the Case of Ghana’s Health Financing Reform (PhD, Public Policy, 2010).
Crystal Mohammed Re-stating the ‘Carnival’ in Architecture [Trinidad & Tobago] (MArch, Architecture, 2010).
Matthew Morgan “The One That Cuts the Path Doesn’t Know it is Crooked”: Ghanaian NGO Workers’ Perspectives of Development in the Multi Donor Budget Support Era (MA, Anthropology, 2010).
Jessica Oliver Promoting Reintegration and Building Peace? An Examination of Education Assistance for Former Child Soldiers in Northern Uganda (MA, International Affairs, 2010).
Dorota Osowska Readmission agreements in the governance of EU borders : the case of Morocco and Spain, 1990-2009 (MA, Research Essay, European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, 2010).
Miriam Stein A Contextual and Historical Analysis of: the International Community’s Response to Somali-based Piracy (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2010).
Amphavanh Bea Vongdouangchanh Making public life work : can public journalism be used as a tool to further development in South Africa? (MJ, Journalism, 2010).
Frank Adou S’affranchir du monopole du français en Afrique francophone subsaharienne : le cas particulier de la Côte-d’Ivoire (MA, French, 2009).
Adolphine Yawa Aggor Changing Actors, Unchanging Policies: A case study of Ghanaian Women’s Organizations and the State (PhD, Sociology, 2009).
Rhiana Chinapen Politics and profit: limited democracy and the press in post-apartheid South Africa (MA, Mass Communications, 2009).
Shushanna Harris “Mom Doesn’t Really Trust the System” : Female Children of Abused Black Caribbean Women and Mandatory Arrest (MA, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2009).
Liam Kennedy The bitter taste of slavery : revision, trauma, controversy, and Colonial Williamsburg’s Department of African American Interpretation and Presentation, 1979-1994 (MA, Research Essay, History, 2009).
Amal Malik Cellular adaptation to dehydration stress : molecular adaptations for dehydration tolerance in the African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis (PhD, Biology, 2009).
Vincenza Mazzeo The discursive origins of “Banto Gynacology” in the South African Medical Journal, 1910-1940 (MA, Research essay, History, 2009).
Tammy Maclean Examining barriers to treat sexual violence in war : a case study of North Kivu, DRC (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2009).
James McCallum “If Canada stands for peace, this is Canada’s business” : English-Canadian newspapers, peacekeeping and the Congo crisis, 1960-1961 (MA, Research essay, History, 2009).
Peter Millanga Conflicting Land Use and Management Strategies in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) of Northern Tanzania (MA, Geography & Environmental Studies, 2009).
Shanna Mittleman United Nations General Assembly Requests for International Court of Justice Advisory Opinions: An Effective Tool in the Resolution of Conflicts Among States or Just Words on Paper? (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2009)
Komi-Oluwa Olafimihan Improvisation in architecture : a critical study of the Makoko fishing community of Lagos, Nigeria (MArch, Architecture, 2009).
Wendy Owen Rwandans in Ottawa-Gatineau, Canada: Interactions and Relationships within the Diaspora (MA, Anthropology, 2009).
Graham Page Development geography : the Canadian International Development Agency and “overcoming 40 years of failure” (MA, Geography & Environmental Studies, 2009).
Leah Roth D’une femme à l’autre: la transmission de la mémoire dans Le livre d’Emma et Corregidora (MA, French, 2009).
Jennifer Slawich Bilateral development : assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the Canadian-Tanzanian partnership through HIV/AIDS indicators (MA, Anthropology, 2009).
Kristen Thomasen International Norms, National Laws: Anti-Female Genital Cutting Policies in Burkina Faso, Guinea and Mali (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2009).
Jeffrey Walters Necessary for development : land reform in South Africa and Zimbabwe (MA, Research essay, Political Science, 2009).
Kelly Whitty Asking for it? Moral hazard, rebellion and genocidal violence in Darfur (MA, International Affairs, 2009).
Jill Caines “It takes two hands to clap”: evolving from WID to gender mainstreaming in HIV prevention. The Case of IEC in Zambia (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2008).
Jennifer Clarke Operation Murambatsvina: Urban Governance in Post-Colonial Zimbabwe (MA, Geography & Environmental Studies, 2008).
Joshua Gogo A Theory of Internal Conflict: Causes of Political Instability in Natural Resource Rich Developing Economies ( PhD, Economics, 2008).
Janna Graham Tuning into a new paradigm: community radio in Rwanda (MJ, Journalism, 2008).
Rachel Grier Using black women to transcend apartheid: the reconfiguration of African masculinity during apartheid and representations of African women in Drum, 1952-1965 (MA, Research Essay, History, 2008).
Kwesi Indome Access to health care services by recent Ghanaian immigrants in Ottawa: a methodological exploration (MA, Geography & Environmental Studies, 2008).
Valentina Jovanovski The limitations of ‘good governance’ [Uganda] (MA, Research Essay, Political Science, 2008).
Kristin Leone To loot or not to loot? The Case of Alluvial Diamonds in Sierra Leone, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Central African Republic (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2008).
Marie Lortie Colonial history, curatorial practice and cross-cultural conflict at the Bamako Biennial of African photography (1994-2007) (MA, Art History, 2008).
Tamer Mansy The Role of local people and indigenous knowledge in the implementation of a participatory development approach in Siwa Oasis, Egypt (PhD, Geography & Environmental Studies, 2008).
Natalie Mezey Un ministre de l’intérieur vs des jeunes de banlieue: une analyse critique du discours dans le journal Le Monde durant les émeutes d’octobre 2005 (MA, French, 2008).
Khairunnisa Mohamedali Becoming and Being: Stateness, Ethnic Identificaton and Conflict in Uganda (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2008).
Lindsay Mossman Gender Equality in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone: Lessons for Post-Conflict Reconstruction (MA, International Affairs, 2008).
Joseph Ngare Neoliberal global governance: a study of how international development organizations transform East African mediascapes (PhD, Journalism and Communication, 2008).
Leonardo Russomanno The ‘ad hoc’ experiment: the prospects for an international criminal rule of law / Russomanno, L. (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2008
Marion Sandilands Supermarkets and small farmers: a value chain perspective on the impact of supermarket procurement strategies on smallholder participation the case of Kenyan fresh fruits and vegetables (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2008).
Loree Semeluk Examining legal pluralism in Uganda: the implications for women’s access to land and security of tenure (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2008).
Christine Spetz Media development in post-genocide Rwanda: how professionalism and press freedom are affected by socioeconomic pressures internal and external to the media sector (MJ, Journalism, 2008).
Kristen Thomasen International norms, national laws: anti-female genital cutting policies in Burkina Faso, Guinea and Mali (MA, International Affairs, 2008).
Hadaf Zubi The Antecedents to the Mano River Conflict Complex (MA, Anthropology, 2008).
Hela Barkia Boussabah The introduction of English in grade 6 in Tunisia: a case-study at the classroom level (MA, Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 2007).
Kerry Edmonds Strange destiny, indeed: media coverage, public opinion and the Canadian humanitarian and development assistance paradigm [Ethiopia] (MA, Canadian Studies, 2007).
Julie Facchin A case for hybrid courts?: evaluating the effectiveness of the extraordinary chambers in the courts of Cambodia and the special court for Sierra Leone (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2007).
Bernice Gunter Teacher attitudes toward anglophone Caribbean students in Canadian schools: assessment, placement and repercussions (MA, Research Essay, Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 2007)
Kenneth Kalu The determinants and effects of financial liberalization in Sub-Saharan Africa: a regional analysis with a case study of Nigeria (PhD, Public Policy and Administration, 2007).
Mary Ellen Kenny The effectiveness of the Canadian Immigration and Refugee system in integrating war affected children from Somalia (MA, Anthropology, 2007).
Zachary Mills Resource endowments, sectoral growth rates, or tax reforms: the multifaceted determinants of public revenue in Sub-Saharan Africa (MA, International Affairs, 2007).
Hodan Mohamed Somali single mothers in Ottawa: challenges and opportunities of resettlement and implications for health and well-being (MA, Anthropology, 2007).
Lyndal Neelin Exploring the “habitus” of empire As lived by 20th-century English-speaking White South Africa (MA, Anthropology, 2007).
Rory Nisan Tactics for ‘tourists’: achieving objectives as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2007).
Amy Crystal Paul Learning from the past: black history and its meaning for black males in the Toronto district school board (MSW, Social Work, 2007).
C. Elisabeth St. Jean Enablers, disablers and drivers: Understanding incentives and disincentives to use force facing United Nations Commanders (MA, International Affairs, 2007).
Laura Swift Irregular armed groups: a theory to explain why they are used and the nature of the contract that exists between them and states (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2007).
Kevin Tokar Competition v. coordination: managing cotton sector liberalization in Sub-Saharan Africa (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2007).
Emily Wall Re-imagining reintegration: an alternative framework for understanding and designing post-conflict reintegration assistance (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2007).
Ghada Gomaa Abd El Atty Mohamed The financial embargo of 1986-1991 on South Africa: dynamic analysis (PhD, Economics, 2006).
Rahma Abdulkadir “Undocumented convention refugee in Canada:” the implications of & rationale behind Canada’s identity document requirement from convention refugees within its borders (MA, Canadian Studies, 2006).
Lincoln Addison Frontier farm labour: A study of neoliberal restructuring and Zimbabwean migrant farm workers in Limpopo Province, South Africa (MA, Political Economy, Thesis, August, 2006).
John Bakilana Balancing capital needs and economic stability. An examination of challenges in the governance of increasing short-term international private capital flows in poor countries: the case of east Africa (MA, Law, 2006).
Ghita Benessahraoui The motivations underlying the Morocco-U.S. free trade agreement (MA, International Affairs, 2006).
Laurie Blanchette The link between gendered violence and HIV/AIDS: Black women in South Africa (MA, Anthropology, Thesis, December 2006.
Tawna Brown Mineral economies and success factors for avoiding the natural resource curse: A sub-national case study of Canada’s resource-rich Northwest Territories [Botswana] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Richard Bruneau Nonviolence and human security in civil wars: unarmed humanitarian protection and non-state armed groups (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Crescentia Dakubo Applying an ecosystem approach to community health research in rural Northern Ghana (PhD, Geography & Environmental Studies, 2006).
Adriana Gouvêa Representing a difficult past: narratives of slavery at the national historical museum, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (MA, Research essay, History, 2006).
Catherine Hale African Art at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre in Kingston, Ontario: The Aesthetic Legacy of Justin and Elisabeth Lang (MA, Art History, 2006).
Patricia Hoo The extractive industries transparency initiative: factors influencing country participation and implementation (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Jessica Jones Terrain of contention: Making policy for land degradation in post-apartheid Namibia (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Meagan Keaney “How to use sport as a tool to promote gender equity in Botswana (MA, Geography & Environmental Studies, 2006).
Adria May The G-20 in the Doha Round: Managing complexity through strategies of opposition [Tanzania, Nigeria] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Catherine McMillan Is truth enough? : Truth commissions and justice [South Africa] (MA, Psychology, 2006).
Elizabeth A.L. Mensah Local conflict analysis: A critique of national conflict indicators in the case of Ghana (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Quinn Newcomb Windows of opportunity: public policy formation and human security in Canadian foreign policy, 1996-2000 (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 200
Sharon Peake The role of Christian organizations in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Uganda (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Anne-Marie Schryer-Roy International norms and laws in a changing world: non-state armed groups and the recruitment and use of child soldiers (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Izabella Sowa Becoming a model of managed health worker migration: An analysis of the ethical international recruitment policy of the United Kingdom (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Kristine St-Pierre Opportunity and willingness: reconceptualizing natural resources in intrastate armed conflict (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Kristy Weekes “Giving a voice to Scarborough’s black community: an analysis of gun violence and its effects on individuals, families and Scarborough’s black community (MSW, Social Work, 2006).
Alexandra Lin Wilson International criminal tribunals: Does distance distort justice? [Rwanda] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2006).
Megan Bennett Gender, power and property: Examining resource access, tenure security and distribution of benefits under community-based natural resource management regimes in Zimbabwe (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2005).
Emily Brown Pro-poor concession arrangements in urban water supply: how effective are coverage targets in improving water access for the poor? (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2005).
Andrea Bubrin The decline of refugee protection in Guinea and Tanzania: A reversible crisis? (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2005).
Sarah Burdeniuk The media as an under-explored but principal instrument in peacebuilding: A comprehensive comparison of five intended-outcome radio projects in Africa (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2005).
Robin Camken Military culture and conflict resolution: A case study of the Rwandan defence forces (MA, Political Science, 2005).
May Chazan Negotiating human health in a rapidly changing urban environment: HIV and AIDS vulnerabilities among street traders in Warwick Junction, Durban, South Africa (MA, Geography and Environmental Studies, 2005).
Abdul-Rasheed Draman Conflict prevention in Africa at the end of the twentieth century: Seizing opportunities to rescue an endangered continent (PhD, Political Science, 2005).
Karin Galldin The gaçaça’s uneasy balance: Post-conflict justice and its effect on ethnic security (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2005).
Diana Gee-Silverman The invisible women: gender and the Kenyan press (MJ, Journalism, 2005).
Fatemeh Hajihosseini The making of the modern muslim women self in Iran and Egypt (MA, Political Science, 2005).
Sarah Houghton Microfinance in Sub-Saharan Africa: Impact, agency, and gender (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2005).
Jamie Chai Yun Liew The Special Court for Sierra Leone as a peacebuilding tool: Can it help ameliorate threats to peace? (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2005).
David Loewen Imagining prairie community: The settlement and retention of South African physicians in rural Saskatchewan (MA, Anthropology, 2005).
Richard Harrison Newport The diplomacy of facilitation: Canada, the Middle East, and the Suez crisis of 1956 (MA, History, 2005).
Mwansa Charity Njelesani Impact of Southern African AIDS Trust School Without Walls initiative on youth media, Zambia: A preliminary analysis (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2005).
Abiola Sunmonu Gender inequality, legal pluralism & land reform in South Africa (MA, Legal Studies, 2005).
Carly Volkes Beyond the evidence: Prevailing factors in the decision for humanitarian intervention in Darfur, Sudan (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2005).
Wan-Tien Blanca Yang World Bank debarment and international anti-corruption efforts [Lesotho] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2005).
Vivienne Antwi-Agyei Good governance: an abortive agenda in Africa? The case of Ghana (MA, Political Science, 2004).
Maria Babbage The only game in town: Regional organizations and third-party intervention in the Liberian civil war (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2004).
Kyla Fisher Causing harm by investing in social good: The instrumentalization of corporate social responsibility in zones of conflict (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2004).
Scott Fitzsimmons Dogs of peace: A potential role for private military companies in peace implementation (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2004).
Joshua Gogo The impact of infectious diseases (HIV/AIDS, Malaria and TB) on the economic development of Africa and its implication for world trade and development: The case of Nigeria (MA, Economics, 2004).
Oliver Johnston Prolonged use of IMF funds: An investigation of influencing factors at the economic and political levels (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2004).
Sara Kemp From uncritical enthusiasm to healthy skepticism: Rethinking the role of traditional practitioners in international health (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2004).
Catherine Macnab Sex, trust and consequences: Rethinking HIV prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa (MA, Political Economy, 2004).
Colleen McKay Beyond the rhetoric: Exploring the reality of North – South NGO partnerships (MA, Anthropology, 2004).
Isabelle Roy Medical technology assessment model for developing countries [Mali] (M.Eng, Engineering, Systems and Computer, 2004).
Eugène Nyesheija Rukaranghira Picking up the pieces in the land of multiple boundaries : An examination of the promise and essence of development in the post-genocide Rwanda (MA, Political Science, 2004).
Paula Richardson Unpacking the ‘good governance’ knapsack: Reflections on the African Peer Review Mechanism (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2004).
Isabelle M. P. Roy Medical technology assessment model for developing countries [Mali] (MEng, Systems and Computer Engineering, 2004).
Eugène Nyesheija Rukaranghira Picking up the pieces in the land of multiple boundaries : an examination of the promise and essence of development in the post-genocide Rwanda (MA, Research Essay, Political Science, 2004).
Daria Slocinska Analyzing and evaluating UNHCR’s involvement in Mozambican repatriations: Implications for theory and policy (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2004).
Manon Turcotte Examining information on mother-to-child transmission of HIV/AIDS: The influence of organisational concepts on counselor training documents in areas of high HIV prevalence (MA, Anthropology, 2004).
Basma Ibrahim Abdelgafar Implications of the WTO-trips agreement from a national innovation systems perspective: The pharmaceutical industry in Egypt (PhD, Public Policy and Administration, 2003).
Grant Dawson Canadian Government decision-making and the commitments to the Somalia peace operations in 1992 (PhD, History, 2003).
Justina Dugbazah The political economy of women in rural development in Ghana: Gender analysis and policymaking for development (MA, Research essay, Political Economy, 2003).
Salim Fakirani The role of international law in the negotiation and implementation of peace agreements: The case of the Western Sahara (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2003).
Anne Marie Faustino Why Somalia?: the law and politics behind the humanitarian intervention (MA, International Affairs, 2003).
Shona Leybourne Food rights, riots, constitutions and corruption in Zimbabwe 1997-2002: A geographic interpretation of the law and development movement (PhD, Geography and Environmental Studies, 2003).
Sam Mbugua The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD): Is success possible without systematic engagement with the HIV/AIDS pandemic? (MA, Political Science, 2003).
D. James Murphy The value of cluster strategy in human resource development partnerships [Tunisia] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2003).
Segun Tokunbo Orimoloye Harnessing digital architecture for development: The potential benefits of information technology for contemporary architectural practice in recovering countries of Africa (MArch, Architecture, 2003).
Nancy O’Rourke Discourse, participation and empowerment: a study of child health at the community level in war torn Liberia (PhD, Sociology, 2003).
Sarah Pye Responding to HIV/AIDS: using education management information systems to track the impact of HIV/AIDS on education sectors in Africa (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2003).
Kajori Monika Rahnam The continuing gender/environment debate: gender implications for policy responses to environmental change [Kenya] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2003).
William Serson Le rôle sociolinguistique du français au Maroc (MA, French, 2003).
Ryan Shackleton Between the old and the new commonwealth: Canada and the Rhodesia crisis, 1963-1966 (MA, History, 2003).
Michael Simpson Embracing the UN: Pearson and the pursuit of peace during the Suez Crisis of 1956 (MA, Research Essay, International Affairs, 2003).
Sonja Varga Managing the monster: Incentives for extractive multinational enterprises to invest in HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment programs for HIV positive employees in Southern Africa (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2003).
Krishnan Veerassamy Illusions linguistiques á Maurice (MA, French, 2003).
Neil Burron Ambivalent contributions: Civil society and democratization in the era of structural adjustment (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2002).
Charles Conteh Human resource development as infrastructure for sustainable development [Nigeria] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2002).
Julie Harrison Travelling perspectives on identity, gender and colonialism : white women’s writing on Africa (MA, Comparative Literature, 2002).
Jill Hart Gender constructs: Women and housing in Tanzania (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2002).
Anne-Marie Hodgson Community-based natural resources management and tourism in remote areas of Botswana (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2002).
Shannon Kaya Assessing malaria risk from space using radar remote sensing [Kenya] (MA, Geography, 2002).
Nozomi Kishi HIV/AIDS as a development issue: A human capital approach [Botswana] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2002).
Mahi Khallaf Civil society in Egypt: Theory and practice (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2002).
Kevin Luke War and peacekeeping in Angola (MA, Research essay, Political Science 2002).
Julie MacCormack Assessing the embedded regime on child soldiers [Sierra Leone] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2002).
Paul Anthony Morton Agricultural policies in Morocco: An historical approach to explaining rural underdevelopment (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2002).
Segun Tokunbo Orimolove Harnessing digital architecture for development : the potential benefits of information technology for contemporary architectural practice in recovering countries of Africa (MArch, Architecture, 2002).
Christopher Petrusic “I could not bear to be beaten by difficulties”: Exploring David Livingstone and questions of manliness, race and colonialism in nineteenth-century Africa and Britain (PhD, History, 2002).
Kevin Spooner Canada, the Congo crisis, and United Nations peacekeeping 1960-1964 (PhD, History, 2002).
Carrie Vandewint Who should sit at the table? Greed and grievance in civil war peace processes [Angola] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2002).
Kofi Akosah-Sarpong African journalism within the ethos of the African Renaissance (MJ, Journalism, 2001).
Xenobia Barrow Caring for aids orphans: Institutions and social support in Uganda (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2001).
Jo-Anne Bishop Entering a new field: Human rights field operations as a tool for conflict de- escalation (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2001).
Diana Carlyle “No future without forgiveness”: The role of truth commissions in peacebuilding in transitional societies; the case of South Africa (MA, International Affairs, 2001).
Chantal Couture Les technologies de l’information et de la communication dans l’Afrique; entre la rhetorique et les capacites (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2001).
Kathleen Flynn Dapaah Rethinking ambiguity as an asset: Gender and land struggles in the peri-urban area of Accra (MA, Geography and Environmental Studies, 2001).
Lazarus Dokora The political economy of communication media in Zimbabwe: Promise and performance, 1980-1999 (MA, Journalism and Communication 2001).
Sherry Hornung Micro-credit for women’s empowerment: Comparative cases from India and Cameroon (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2001).
Heather MacLeod-Leslie Understanding the use of space in an eighteenth century Black Loyalist community : Birchtown, Nova Scotia (MA, Sociology and Anthropology, 2001).
Muhammad Moussa Courtyard floor of Sultan Hassan Complex, Cairo, Egypt : full documentation and geometric analysis (MArch, Architecture, 2001).
Melissa Rowe “Black woman the pillar of strength” black Africa, Caribbean, Canadian women’s health : their lived experiences (MSW, Social Work, 2001)
Cathy Senay The news media and Canadian foreign policy: Who gets the last word? The case of Sudan revisited (MA, International Affairs, 2001).
Ritu Verma “Walking where men walk”: The gendered politics of land, labour and soils in Maragoli, Western Kenya (MA, International Affairs, 1999).
Ikram Jama A tradition of exclusion: Gender and politics in the breakaway Republic of Somaliland (MA, Research essay, Political Science, 2000).
Momodou Loum An analysis of the Gambia coup of 1994 (MA, Political Science, 2000).
Greg Maruszeczka Whose environmental crisis? A political ecology of petroleum development in the Niger River Delta (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2000).
Gerard Peets Recidivism in IMF lending: Causes and characteristics [Ethiopia, Gambia, Morocco, Zambia] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2000).
Joanne Rampton Does decentralization improve the quality of education? Examining the gaps between theory and practice [Ghana] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2000).
Jonathan Yendall Locating Canadian security and intelligence within the human security agenda [Central Africa] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 2000).
Abra Adamo Wealth in people: Social networks and access to resources among female market gardeners in Kakasunanka, Ghana (MA, Geography & Environmental Studies, 1999).
Robert Astroff Scuttled diplomacy: A study of intervention by the United Nations in Rwanda (MA, International Affairs, 1999).
Manal Bahubeshi Economic sanctions: The effect of domestic politics in the target state on sanctions outcome [Rhodesia, South Africa] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 1999).
Barbara Carmichael The dynamics of daily life: A grassroots perspective on resilience and resistance in the empowerment of the Wapemba of Zanzibar (MA, International Affairs, 1999).
Martin Ebel The educational reform process in Namibia since 1990: Redressing the effects of apartheid (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 1999).
Kim Elliott Women (re)writing history: Constructing the case for a state-centered analysis of indigenous women’s literature in South Africa and Israel/Palestine (MA, Comparative Studies in Literature, 1999).
Sebastien Aubertin Giguère Overcoming restraints to intervention: patterns in post-cold war humanitarian interventionism [Rwanda, Somalia] (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 1999).
Margaret Jenkins The impact of liberty: Questioning the ethical norms of refugee response in the Malawian context (MA, International Affairs, 1999).
Tanya Knight Education as a tool for nation-building: Issues for post-apartheid South Africa (MA, Research essay, International Affairs, 1999).
Gary Otte Photographing the void: The camera and the representation of Islamic architecture [Egypt] (MArch, Architecture, 1999).
Tariq Sandhu The idea of suhbat (companionship) in complexities of Islamic urban environment [Egypt] (MArch, Architecture, 1999).
Patience Togo “…And the ‘beat’ goes on”; the experience of black Ghanaian women in Canada, a case of domestic violence (MSW, Social Work, 1999).
Ritu Verma “Walking where men walk”; the gendered politics of land, labour and soils in Maragoli, Western Kenya (MA, International Affairs, 1999).
Michelle Walker Sins of the white father wounds of my black mothers; tracing the historical roots of oppressive violence experienced by black women intimate heterosexual relationships (MSW, Social Work, 1999).