Murindwa Rutanga

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.

Representative Publications

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.

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