Living with the legacy of displacement
In this book, you will meet several individuals and families who experienced war and displacement during the civil war in northern Uganda (1986-2006). based on ethnographic field research and specifically life histories, this book draws attention to their experiences and links this to broader analyses about 'post-conflict' society. It shows that displacement is more than a forced move from one geographical location to another, and that war and displacement disrupt social life in more ways than is often acknowledged in policymaking and discourse surrounding displacement.

Juul Kwaks is a PhD candidate at the Centre for International Conflict - Analysis & Management at Radboud University and a junior researcher at the African Studies Centre Leiden. Her research focuses on the long-term effects of civil conflict and displacement, specifically in the Great Lakes region. Her main goal in research is to focus on the microlevel effects of conflict, thereby centring human beings and all their intricacies.

Year of publication: 2023
Series: African Studies Collection
Volume: 79

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ISBN
9789054481911
Auteur
Juul Kwaks
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Paperback
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African Studies Centre Leiden