Bed ki Gen and other publications

In 2009, I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee’s College Scholars Program, where I concentrated in Peace Studies, Anthropology, and African Studies. During that time, I had the privilege of studying under the mentorship of Drs. Rosalind I. J. Hackett (Religious Studies) and Tricia Redeker-Hepner (Anthropology), two professors whom I continue to work closely with, especially through UT’s Gulu Study and Service Abroad Program (GSSAP).

As a major component of my program, I conducted field research in Uganda from 2007-2009, and a defended a two-part project on the arts and peacebuilding, including a creative piece,Bed ki Gen: Northern Uganda’s Creative Approaches to Peace and Healing, and an academic thesisThe Art of Creative Conflict Resolution: A Critical Evaluation of Approaches to Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Northern Uganda, which was later published in Pursuit, an academic journal at UT.

These and more publications are now available on the new publications page of this website. Check them out here.

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  • Okaka Opio Dokotum -


    Great to see someone working in a research area that fascinates me. Looking forward to reading your articles.

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