In two separate interviews, Professor Longman discussed the assassination of the Italian ambassador to the Congo, the trial of Paul Rusesabagina, the regime of President Paul Kagame, and how they are all linked.
Professor Longman discusses the trial of Paul Rusesabagina and the Rwandan governments suppression of free expression.
Prof. Longman explores the arrest of MRCD chairman aul Rusesabagina and why many observers find it suspicious.
Michael Woldemariam appointed next Director of the ASC. Longman to serve as Interim Director during AY 2020-21.
CURA Director Timothy Longman presented a paper at a March 20-22, 2019 conference in Paris on responding to extreme violence.
Prof. Timothy Longman gave three talks at Weber State University in Utah on human rights work and the Rwandan genocide.
Prof. Timothy Longman was awarded the Best Book in African Politics for his book Memory and Justice in Post-Genocide Rwanda.
Prof. Timothy Longman co-authored the e-textbook which explores critical moments in South Africa’s history,
Prof. Timothy Longman discusses the legacy of former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan.
CURA Director Timothy Longman discusses the recent sponsorship deal between Rwanda and the British football club Arsenal.
Prof. Timothy Longman delivered a briefing entitled “Controlling the Narrative: The RPF and the Public” to the U.S. Ambassador to Rwanda, Peter H. Vrooman.
Prof. Timothy Longman was interviewed by BU Today on his latest book Memory and Justice in Post-Genocide Rwanda.
Prof. Timothy Longman presented a paper on “Explaining Church-State Conflict and Cooperation in East Africa,” at the conference.
Prof. Timothy Longman discusses an independent report by the Rwandan government that accuses French officials of complicity in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide.
Prof. Timothy Longman has been appointed as the Director of the Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs (CURA).
Prof. Timothy Longman discusses Rwandans living abroad who have been accused by the Rwandan government of genocide-related crimes — sometimes falsely.
Prof. Timothy Longman’s book focuses on the Rwandan government’s social engineering project and how the population has responded.
Prof. Timothy Longman discussed the death of Rwandan King Kigeli V Ndahindurwa.
Prof. Timothy Longman discusses Rwandan laws aimed at making the nation a middle-income country by 2020.
Prof. Timothy Longman led a seminar this summer on the role of religion in genocide at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC.