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Prisca Kamungi is a Ph.D. candidate at the African Centre for Migration and Society at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her research interests include political violence, refugees and internally displaced persons, and conflict management in Eastern Africa and the Great Lakes region.

Blog Posts

July 24, 2012
After decades of mobilization along tribal lines, in Kenya a stranger's name or place of birth can reveal assumptions about ethnicity and political affiliation. But what happens when regional migration displaces these stereotypical patterns? Prisca Kamungi's research investigates.