Browsing Department of Political Studies Graduate Theses by Subject "Rwanda"
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Cross-Movement Coalitions and Sexuality Politics: How activists resist political homophobias in East Africa Sexuality is part of what structures politics. States rely on reproduction to replicate their populations. How sexuality is regulated is political, and it should be considered in political science literature. In recent ...
‘STICKY WORDS’ AND TWISTED TONGUES: Rhetoric, Symbols, and Regime Resilience in Post-Genocide Rwanda This dissertation examines the ruling Rwandan Patriotic Front’s construction and deployment of political rhetoric and symbols as key facets of authoritarian resilience and ethnic ‘control’ in post-genocide Rwanda. It ...