The following “specialized collection of materials on Uganda” was gathered during various field trips that Rosalind Boyd took to that country beginning in 1987. The original schema for organizing the material was put together by the late Andrew Forbes who was tragically murdered in Arua, Uganda in 1993. The listing has been periodically updated with a number of new documents now covering the period 1987-2005.
The collection is divided into four sections:
Reports, unpublished papers, articles, speeches, etc.;
The material focuses primarily on gender issues, the economy and reconstituting the polity (i.e., the 1998 Land Bill, the 1995 Constitution, etc.). All of the material is available for consultation by contacting Rosalind Boyd directly. The collection will be augmented as she continues her field research work concerning the democratization process in Uganda as well as new research in the Great Lakes region of Africa.
Or for further information, contact Rosalind Boyd at email@example.com.
Rosalind Boyd served two terms as Director of McGill’s Centre for Developing-Area Studies (CDAS) from December 1996-June 2004. Though she is no longer associated with the CDAS in any capacity, the former years were extremely rewarding as they were marked by a rich and vibrant community of graduate students, professors, visiting scholars and staff involved in international development research activities.
For a more detailed record of these past activities, see the following Newsletters and Annual Reports. The photo shows Fellows at the "chai" break that used to take place every Wednesday in the congenial Gutkind library.