Bert Ingelaere
Bert Ingelaere
Assistant Professor (Lecturer), University of Antwerp
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The gacaca courts in Rwanda
B Ingelaere
Traditional justice and reconciliation after violent conflict: learning from …, 2008
1432008
‘Does the truth pass across the fire without burning?’Locating the short circuit in Rwanda's Gacaca courts
B Ingelaere
The Journal of Modern African Studies 47 (4), 507-528, 2009
1132009
Do we understand life after genocide? Center and periphery in the construction of knowledge in postgenocide Rwanda
B Ingelaere
African studies review 53 (1), 41-59, 2010
1092010
Peasants, power and ethnicity: A bottom-up perspective on Rwanda’s political transition
B Ingelaere
African Affairs 109 (435), 273-292, 2010
922010
The Ruler’s drum and the People’s Shout
B Ingelaere
Remaking Rwanda: Statebuilding and Human Rights after Mass Violence, 67-78, 2011
642011
What's on a peasant's mind? Experiencing RPF state reach and overreach in post-genocide Rwanda (2000–10)
B Ingelaere
Journal of Eastern African Studies 8 (2), 214-230, 2014
482014
Inside Rwanda's/Gacaca/Courts: Seeking Justice After Genocide
B Ingelaere
University of Wisconsin Pres, 2016
402016
Living the transition: a bottom-up perspective on Rwanda's political transition
B Ingelaere
332007
Situating Social Imaginaries in Transitional Justice: The Bushingantahe in Burundi
B Ingelaere, D Kohlhagen
International Journal of Transitional Justice 6 (1), 40-59, 2012
312012
From model to practice: Researching and representing Rwanda’s ‘modernized’ gacaca courts
B Ingelaere
Critique of anthropology 32 (4), 388-414, 2012
282012
" Does the truth pass across the fire without burning?" Transitional justice and its discontents in Rwanda's Gacaca courts
B Ingelaere
222007
Living the transition: Inside Rwanda's conflict cycle at the grassroots
B Ingelaere
Journal of eastern African studies 3 (3), 438-463, 2009
182009
Living together again: the expectation of transitional justice in Burundi: a view from below
B Ingelaere
162009
Why Secondary Towns Can Be Important for Poverty Reduction: A Migrant’s Perspective
B Ingelaere, L Christiaensen, J De Weerdt, R Kanbur
World Bank, 2018
152018
Changing lenses and contextualizing the Rwandan (post-) genocide
B Ingelaere
L’Afrique des Grands Lacs. Dix ans de transitions conflictuelles, Annuaire …, 2006
142006
Peasants, power and the past. The gacaca courts and Rwanda’s transition from below.
B Ingelaere
University of Antwerp, 2012
92012
Genocide, risk and resilience : an interdisciplinary approach
JE Ingelaere, B., Parmentier, S., Segaert, B., Haers
Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
8*2013
The rise of meta-conflicts during Rwanda’s gacaca process
B Ingelaere
F. Reyntjens, S. Marysse and S. Vandeginste, eds, 2010-2011, 2011
82011
Do we understand life after genocide? Centre and periphery in the knowledge construction in/on Rwanda
B Ingelaere
82009
Mille Collines, Mille Gacaca: La Vie en Marge du Processus Gacaca
B Ingelaere
L’Afrique des Grands Lacs, Annuaire 2008–2009, 29-42, 2009
82009
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