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Working Paper No. 19: The 50th Anniversary of Uganda’s State Independence: a View from Society.

Working Paper No. 19 The 50th Anniversary of Uganda’s State Independence: A View from Society.   Mahmood Mamdani Professor/Director Makerere Institute of Social Research   This Publication is on sale at MISR Library. Cost: 7,000/= (Seven thousand Ugandan shillings)  

Journal Name: MISR Working Papers
Main Author: Mahmood Mamdani
Year: 2015
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Working Paper No. 18: Rethinking the Food Question in Uganda: Emerging Debates on Food Sovereignty.

Working Paper No. 18 Rethinking the Food Question in Uganda: Emerging Debates on Food Sovereignty. Giuliano Martiniello Research Fellow Makerere Institute of Social Research.   This Publication is on sale at MISR Library. Cost: 7,000/= (Seven thousand Ugandan shillings)    

Journal Name: MISR Working Papers
Main Author: Dr. Giuliano Martiniello
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Working Paper No. 17: The December 2010 ‘Balaalo’ Evictions from Buliisa District and the Challenges of Agrarian Transformation in Uganda.

Working Paper No. 17 The December 2010 ‘Balaalo’ Evictions from Buliisa District and the Challenges of Agrarian Transformation in Uganda. Frank Emmanuel Muhereza PhD Student Makerere Institute of Social Research   This Publication is on sale at MISR Library. Cost: 7,000/= (Seven thousand Ugandan shillings)

Journal Name: MISR Working Papers
Main Author: Mr. Frank Emmanuel Muhereza
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Working Paper No. 16: Market Failures in the Financial System: Implications for Financial Sector Policies, especially in Developing Countries? The 20th Joseph Mubiru Memorial Lecture -Bank of Uganda.

Working Paper No. 16 Market Failures in the Financial System: Implications for Financial Sector Policies, especially in Developing Countries? The 20th Joseph Mubiru Memorial Lecture -Bank of Uganda. Joseph E. Stiglitz                                      Mahmood Mamdani Professor Columbia University                                 Professor / Director MISR   This Publication is on sale at MISR Library.

Journal Name: MISR Working Papers
Associated Authors: Prof. Mahmood Mamdani
Main Author: Prof. Joseph E. Stiglitz
Year: 2013
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Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR)

The Land Question: Socialism, Capitalism and the Market.

This Publication is on sale at MISR Library. Cost: 35,000/= (Thirty five thousand Ugandan shillings)

Journal Name: MISR Book Series
Main Author: Mahmood Mamdani
Year: 2015
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Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR)

Saviors and Survivors: Darfur, Politics and the War on Terror.

This Publication is on sale at MISR Library. Cost: 35,000/= (Thirty five thousand Ugandan shillings)
 

Journal Name: MISR Book Series
Main Author: Mahmood Mamdani
Year: 2013
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Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR)

Displacing Human Rights: War and Intervention in Northern Uganda

This Publication is on sale at MISR Library. Cost: 35,000/= (Thirty five thousand Ugandan shillings)
 

Journal Name: MISR Book Series
Main Author: Adam Branch
Year: 2013
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Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR)

Define and Rule: Native as Political Identity

This Publication is on sale at MISR Library. Cost: 35,000/= (Thirty five thousand Ugandan shillings)
 

Journal Name: MISR Book Series
Main Author: Mahmood Mamdani
Year: 2013
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Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR)

Getting the Question Right: interdisciplinary exploration at Makerere University

This Publication is on sale at MISR Library. Cost: 35,000/= (Thirty five thousand Ugandan shillings)  

Journal Name: MISR Book Series
Main Author: Mahmood Mamdani
Year: 2013
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Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR)

Space and Representation: On “Authentic” Identities and the Façade of Total Revolution

Abstract The anti-colonial narrative continues to be cast through the arena of yearning for total revolution.   Many anti-colonial elites have been criticised for harbouring “Eurocentric aspirations and their betrayal of Africa or the subaltern.” This rather ahistorical criticism remains blind to the fact that capitalist modes of production/consumption continue to connect the world in more ways than ever imagined.  Indeed, hitherto reified categories, First, Second and Third World – as ways of dividing and understanding the world – are fast becoming obsolete.

Journal Name: Dhaxalreeb Xagaaga
Main Author: Yusuf Serunkuma
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