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M. Ssentanda and Asiimwe, A., Challenges to the Acquisition of Literacy in Rural Primary Schools in Northern Uganda, 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.
R. Seruga Nakabo, Sustainable Development for Uganda: A Switch to Followership Model, 2020.
S. Danson Kahyana, A Ugandan Poet Remembers the Rwanda Genocide on Facebook in Canada: The Transnational Aesthetics of Juliane Okot Bitek 100 Days (2016), 2020.
E. Nabutanyi, (Un)Complicating Mwanga’s Sexuality in Nakisanze Segawa’s The Triangle, 2020.
E. Fred Nabutanyi, (Un)Complicating Mwanga's Sexuality in Nakisanze Segawa's The Triangle, 2020.
S. Danson Kahyana, What If It Wasn't Kato Who Raped Diana? Representing the Yearning for Justice in As I Stood Dead Before the World: Creative Writing from Luzira Prison (2018), 2020.