writing elsewhere

Writing has become a process of healing, in itself, as well as a way to connect to and reach others. My writing and interviews span the personal and academic realms from my joy at sharing musings as a columnist to more serious inquiries as an academic.

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The Equal’s Record

In 2012, I became a columnist for The Equal’s Record, where I write a bi-weekly column titled: Of Memories and Loss. Below are a few favorites from the column.

Healing: A Sense of Community (In response to the Boston Marathon bombings)

Reclamation

Grief: Mapping your Online Community

A review of books on grief and healing.

For more on healing, uncertainty, and other life ponderings, please see the full list.

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The Fletcher Forum

Congo’s Civilian’s Slipping through the Cracks – published in the Fletcher Forum in 2012

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Praxis

Memorials: The Nexus between the Personal and the Political – published in Praxis, the Fletcher School journal of Human Security.

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Search for Common Ground Blog

Being the Bridge: Interviews with Youth Entrepreneurs in Rwanda – published on the Search for Common Ground Blog

A New Approach to Conflict Resolution: Computer Games Create a Safe Space for Learning – published on the Search for Common Ground Blog (awarded best post of the year in 2012)

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Insight on Conflict

The Role of Memory in Post-Genocide Rwanda (Part I of a 5 part series)

The Right to the Truth: How is Rwanda dealing with the legacies of its past? (Part 2)

Master’s Thesis: The Role of Memory in Post-Genocide Rwanda – Available upon request.

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The Red Elephant Foundation

Reflections on Writing and Peace by the Peace Activists

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United Nations Foundation

What Story are We Telling about Men and Boys

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Interviews

How to Help a Grieving Friend: Part I and Part II

My conversation with Uma Girish on loss and healing

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