For the curious mind

(Re)membering Rwanda is a space for all of us to reflect and learn. On the following pages we want to provide you links, reading tips and useful resources to help fuel the curious mind of yours.

Episode 1: Links and Resources

As addressed in our first Episode, the story of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi is complex and rooted in many different histories, including Colonialism, the Introduction of Hamitic Theory, Propaganda and Socio-economic events. We just scratched the surface – learn, read and find our for yourself! Books: Dallaire, Roméo: Shake Hands with the Devil.Continue reading “Episode 1: Links and Resources”

Our Logo: Links and Resources

If you are a curious mind and want to read more about the agaseke-basket, follow these Links:

Episode 2: Links and Resources

Books:  Gourevitch, Philip: We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families. Stories from Rwanda. New York: Picador 1999.  Trailers:  Black Earth Rising | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix – YouTube › watch HUNTERS Trailer (2020) – YouTube › watch I may Destroy you: The Godfather of Harlem: reading “Episode 2: Links and Resources”

Episode 3: Links and Resources

LIST OF RESOURCES FOR THE EPISODE 3: Scholastique Mukasonga’s Writings Archipelago Books. Brave Girls from Rwanda. Interview with Scholastique Mukasonga. September 2020. URL: Azeda, Hope. Can Art Heal a Broken Society?. Time. October 24, 2018. URL: Diop, Boubacar Boris, and Mukasonga, Scholastique. Writing for Rwanda. Warscapes. October 17, 2012. URL:   Kane, Coumba.Continue reading “Episode 3: Links and Resources”

Episode 4: Links and Resources

LIST OF RESOURCES FOR THE EPISODE 4: Malaika Uwamahoro Poetry Slams in this Episode by Malaika Uwamahoro: “We lost when We forgot” “Rwanda is Not Hotel Rwanda” More on Malaika: Malaika Uwamahoro Kayiteshonga (@uwa_mahoro) • Instagram-Fotos und -Videos Malaika Uwamahoro Kayiteshonga (@MalaikaWamahoro) / Twitter The Kinswomen Podcast Ep. 49: Malaika UwamahoroKinswomen Podcast Movie “Our LadyContinue reading “Episode 4: Links and Resources”

Episode 5: Links and Resources

List of resources: Diop, Boubacar Boris, and Fiona Mc Laughlin. Murambi: The Book of Bones. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006. Rettig, Max. “Gacaca: Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation in Postconflict Rwanda?” African Studies Review 51, no. 3 (December 2008): 25–50. From Genocide to Dignity and Justice | Samantha Lakin | Talks at Google. Accessed NovemberContinue reading “Episode 5: Links and Resources”

Episode 6: Links and Resources

Diop, Boubacar Boris:, last consult: 1.12.2021. Diop, Boubacar Boris: Murambi. The Book of Bones [translation from the French original by Fiona Mc Laughlin]. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 2016.  Hitchcott, Nicki: Rwanda Genocide Stories. Fiction After 1994. (Contemporary French and Francophone Cultures 38). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press 2015, pp. 55-79. IMDB: Generation 94., lastContinue reading “Episode 6: Links and Resources”