S. Danson Kahyana, Assessing Literary Studies Curricula for Freedom of Expression Responsiveness in Ugandan Universities, 2021.
M. E. Ssentanda and Wenske, R. S., Either/or literacies: teachers’ views on the implementation of the Thematic Curriculum in Uganda, 2021.
M. Zellers, Witzlack-Makarevich, A., Saeboe, L., and Namyalo, S., An Exploration of the Acoustic Space of Rhotics and Laterals in Ruruuli, presented at the 08, 2021.
E. Natukunda Togboa, Tumwine, andAgatha, and Ebil, M. Wang'koko, The Future of French in Uganda in the Context of Language Policy Challenges: A Situational Analysis, 2021.
R. S. Wenske and Ssentanda, M. E., “I think it was a trick to fail Eastern”: A multi-level analysis of teachers' views on the implementation of the {SHRP} Program in Uganda, 2021.
R. S. Wenske and Ssentanda, M. E., “I think it was a trick to fail Eastern”: A multi-level analysis of teachers’ views on the implementation of the SHRP Program in Uganda, 2021.
D. Dipio, Moving Back into the Future: Critical Recovering of Africa’s Cultural Heritage. Kampala: Makerere University Press, 2021.
M. E. Ssentanda and Norton, B., Plurilingualism in Southern Africa, in The Routledge Handbook of Plurilingual Language Education, Routledge, 2021, pp. 394–399.
S. Danson Kahyana, Re-Imagining Bobi Wine: Student Electoral Politics as Popular Performance Space, 2021.
S. Danson Kahyana, Singing Against Anti-Asian Sentiment in The East African Postcolony: Jagjit Sing’s “Portrait of an Asian As an East African, 2021.
E. Nabutanyi, Statistical Footnotes or Suffering Human Beings? Humanizing AIDS in Moses Isegawa’s Abyssinian Chronicles, 2021, pp. 11-31.
A. Asiimwe and Ssentanda, M. E., Challenges to the acquisition of literacy in rural primary schools in Northern Uganda, 2020.
M. E. Ssentanda and Asiimwe, A., Challenges to the Acquisition of Literacy in Rural Primary Schools in Northern Uganda, 2020.
M. E. Ssentanda, Nakijoba, S., Nakayiza, J., and Ajayi, T. Michael, An Ethnographic Investigation of the Challenges of Literacy Acquisition in Selected Ugandan Rural Primary Schools, 2020.
S. Danson Kahyana, From a Habit to a Husband: Representation of the Intersection between Religion and Masculinities in John Ruganda’s Play, The Burdens (1972), 2020.
T. T Huynh and Kahyana, S. Danson, A General Introduction, 2020.
M. Zellers, Namyalo, S., and Witzlack-Makarevich, A., Investigating relationships between intonational and syntactic phrasing in Ruruuli/Lunyala, presented at the 05, 2020.
D. Dipio, Letters of the Founder: Dearly Beloved. Kampala: Marianum Press, 2020.
F. Katushemererwe and Namyalo, S., Locative enclitics in Ruruuli-Lunyala, Runyankore-Rukiga and Luganda: Form and functions, 2020.
S. Danson Kahyana, Narratives of Oppressed Identity and Ethnic Discrimination in Mohamed A. Eno’s The Bantu-Jareer Somalis: Unearthing Apartheid in the Horn of Africa, 2020.
S. Danson Kahyana, The People's Republic of China as Imagined in Taddeo Bwambale Nyondo's Around China in 300 Days: A Journey Through 30 Cities and Towns (2017), 2020.
E. Nabutanyi, Queering the Post-Apocalypse in Three Selected Short Stories by Dilman Dila, 2020.
S. Danson Kahyana and T. Huynh, T., Special issue of African and Asian Studies 19, 2020.