“Interesting and informative, Becoming Rwandan brings forth a new set of voices that adds to our understanding of post-genocide nation-building in Rwanda.”
— Molly Sundberg, author of Training for Model Citizenship
"Touching upon several topics—the role of education in building peace, the use of education in Rwanda specifically, and the failure to achieve true peace when politics enters into education—this work will be illuminating for those interested in education, genocide studies, and transitional justice. Recommended."
"Engaging, interesting, and well-written, Becoming Rwandan offers an original perspective on education and peacebuilding in Rwanda."
— Julia Paulson, editor of Education and Reconciliation
"This book is a must-read for practitioners and scholars exploring the effects of education policy in fragile contexts under a state-driven peacebuilding project."
— International Journal of Human Rights Education