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Saturday, October 26 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Kenyan Perspectives on Citizenship, Identity and Belonging in the Digital Age

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  • The Ones Who Were but Don’t Exist: Nubian Statelessness and Citizenship in Kenya (Kedolwa Waziri)
  • Uncertainty, Fear, and Flight during Digital Registration at the Kakuma Refugee Camps, Kenya (Cory Rodgers)
  • Who Do You Say I Am? A Critical History of Centralised Identity Systems in Kenya (Isaac Rutenberg and Nanjala Nyabola)


Kedolwa Waziri

Student, Daystar University
Writer, Dancer, Organizer and undergraduate student of literature.Interests : Identity and statelessness, black feminist politics, indigenous knowledge and justice, dance, and literature.Looking to apply to graduate schools next year.

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Isaac Rutenberg

Director, Strathmore University

Saturday October 26, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
USIU Auditorium

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