Murindwa Rutanga is a Professor of Political Science at Makerere University. He earned his B.A. and M.A. in Political Science from Makerere University and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Jadavpur University.
His fields of specialization include politics, labour and social movements, as well as agrarian, gender, subaltern, religious and cultural studies.
Rutanga, Murindwa. Nyabingi Movement: People’s Anti-Colonial Struggles in Kigezi, 1910-1930. No. 18. Centre for Basic Research, 1991.
Rutanga, Murindwa. “Contradictory outcomes from solutions for the agrarian crisis in the Great Lakes Region: the case of Kigezi, Uganda.” Jadavpur Journal of International Relations 13.1 (2009): 168-200.
Rutanga, Murindwa. “Traditional/Cultural Institutions in Uganda’s Democratic Transition, Political Stability and Nation Development: A Case of Buganda.” Jadavpur Journal of International Relations 14.1 (2010): 125-166.