Publications

BOOK

King, Elisabeth. 2014. “From Classrooms to Conflict in Rwanda.” New York: Cambridge University Press.

Awarded the 2015 American Libraries Association Choice Outstanding Academic Title Award. Read the review here.

Awarded the 2014 Outstanding Canadians Leadership Award. See my speech here.

Read an excerpt of the book.

Reviewed in:
ACCORD (African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes)
African Affairs 
Child Abuse & Neglect
Comparative Education Review
Huffington Post (here and here)
Journal of Education in Emergencies
Nations and Nationalism
Politique Africaine

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On Diversity, Peace and Development

King, Elisabeth and Cyrus Samii. Forthcoming. “Minorities and Mistrust: On the Adoption of Ethnic Recognition to Manage Conflict.” Journal of Peace Research.

King, Elisabeth. 2017. “International Development, Sustainable Development Goals and Pluralism”. Ottawa: Global Centre for Pluralism.

King, Elisabeth. 2015. “International Approaches to Governing Ethnic Diversity: Can development aid be a tool in this toolkit?” In Will Kymlicka and Jane Boulden (editors), International Approaches to Governing Ethnic Diversity. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 198-218.

 

On Youth Aspirations, Peace and Conflict

King, Elisabeth. (forthcoming). “What Kenyan Youth Want and Why it Matters for Peace.” African Studies Review.

 

On Education, Conflict and Peace

King, Elisabeth. 2017. “What Framing Analysis can teach us about History Textbooks, Peace and Conflict: The Case of Rwanda” In Michelle Bellino and James Williams (editors), (Re)Constructing Memory: Education, Identity and Conflict. Rotterdam, Boston & Taipei: Sense Publishers.

King, Elisabeth & Chrissie Monaghan. 2016. “Peace Education and Peacebuilding in Dadaab Refugee Camp- Results and Lessons Learned.” Nairobi: UNICEF.

Monaghan, Chrissie & King, Elisabeth. 2016. “Youth Education Programming and Peacebuilding in Dadaab Refugee Camp- Results and Lessons Learned.” Nairobi: UNICEF.

King, Elisabeth & Chrissie Monaghan. 2015. “Pastoralist Education and Peacebuilding in Ethiopia- Results and Lessons Learned.” Nairobi: UNICEF.

Monaghan, Chrissie & Elisabeth King. 2015. “Civics and Ethical Education for Peacebuilding in Ethiopia- Results and Lessons Learned.”Nairobi: UNICEF.

King, Elisabeth. 2011. “The Multiple Relationships between Education and Conflict: Reflections of Rwandan Teachers and Students.” In Karen Mundy and Sarah Dryden-Peterson (editors), Educating Children in Conflict Zones: A Tribute to Jackie Kirk, New York: Teachers College Press.

King, Elisabeth. 2009. “From Data Problems to Data Points: Challenges and Opportunities of Research in Postgenocide Rwanda” in African Studies Review, 52(3): 127-48.

King, Elisabeth. 2005. “Educating for Conflict or Peace: Challenges and Dilemmas in Post-Conflict Rwanda” in International Journal, LX (4):904-918.

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Visiting a school in northern Rwanda

 

On Community Driven Development and Reconstruction

Beatty,  Amanda, Ariel Ben Yishay, Simona Demel, Elisabeth King, Aniceto Orbeta, and Menno Pradhan. 2015. Impact Evaluation of the Kalahi-CIDSS: Interim Report (Randomized Control Trial Evaluation). Washington DC: Millennium Challenge Corporation. [See study design, instruments, pre-analysis plans & request data here).

King, Elisabeth & Cyrus Samii. 2014. Fast-Track Institution Building in Conflict-Affected Countries? Insights from Recent Field Experiments. World Development 64: 740-754.

King, Elisabeth. 2013. A critical review of community-driven development programmes in conflict-affected contexts. London and New York: Department for International Development (DFID), Research for Development and International Rescue Committee (IRC).

King, Elisabeth. 2013. “Can Development Interventions Help Post-Conflict Communities Build Social Cohesion? The Case of the Liberia Millennium Villages.” Africa Initiative Discussion Paper, Waterloo, Ontario: Africa Initiative/Centre for International Governance Innovation.

Beatty,  Amanda, Ariel Ben Yishay, Edith Felix, Elisabeth King, Allan Lalisan, Aniceto Orbeta, Menno Pradhan and Sukhmani Sethi. 2013. Impact Evaluation of the Kalahi-CIDSS: Baseline Report (Randomized Control Trial Evaluation). Washington DC: Millennium Challenge Corporation. [See study design, instruments, pre-analysis plans & request data here).

King, Elisabeth, Cyrus Samii & Birte Snilstveit. 2010. “Interventions to Promote Social Cohesion in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Journal of Development Effectiveness, 2(3): 336-72. Also available, along with the methods protocol, on the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) website.

 

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Conducting fieldwork in Philippines

 

On Peacebuilding

King, Elisabeth & Robert O. Matthews. 2012. “A New Agenda for PeaceInternational Journal, 67(2).

King, Elisabeth. 2010. “Memory Controversies in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Challenges for Peacebuilding” in Genocide Studies and Prevention, 5(3): 293-308.

King, Elisabeth. 2012. “Memory Controversies in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Implications for Peacebuilding.” In Cassandra R. Veney and Dick Simpson (editors), African Democracy and Development: Challenges for Post-conflict African Nations. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. [reprint]

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On the Rwandan-Congolese border

 

On field research and interdisciplinary methodology

2011. “Tools for Enhancing Interdisciplinary Communication.” Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy, 7(1) (with Columbia University Earth Institute Postdoctoral Research Fellows).

King, Elisabeth. 2009. “From data problems to data points: challenges and opportunities of research in post-genocide Rwanda.African Studies Review, 52(3): 127-48. (note: also listed above education, conflict and peace)

 

On conflict and disasters

King, Elisabeth and John Mutter. 2014. “Violent conflicts and natural disasters: the growing case for cross-disciplinary dialogue.” Third World Quarterly 35(7): 123–139.

King, Elisabeth and John Mutter. 2014. “Natural Disasters and Violent Conflicts.” In Andrew Collins, Samantha Jones, Bernard Manyema and Janaka Jayawickrama (editors), Hazards, Risks and Disasters in Society. London: Elsevier, 181-198 [reprint].

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In coastal Kenya

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