Böcker - Anne Kubai
Striving in faith
Gods an Arms on Religion and Armed Conflict
How religion can be related to violence and war
Women, Religion and Hiv/Aids in Africa
The Changing Soul of Europe
PUBLIKATIONER - ANNE KUBAI
(a) Co-edited Books
Kubai, A. and Adebo, T (2008) Striving in Faith: Christians and Muslims in Africa, Uppsala: Life & peace Institute. Pp. 129.
Hinga, T, Kubai, A. Maura, P and Hayanga, H. (2008) Women, Religion and HIV /AIDS in Africa: Responding to Ethical and Theological Challenges. Durban: Cluster Publications. Pp. 205.
(b) Contribution to anthologies
Kubai, A. (2017). “No Ugali No Peace’, ‘No Ugali No life’. Nexus of Religion and human security in Kenya.” In African Intellectuals and the State of the Continent: Essays in Honor of Professor Sulayman S. Nyang, edited by Sabella Ogbobode Abidde and Olayiwola Abegunrin, New York Nova Science Publishers.
Kubai, A. (2015a). ”Sjunga Herrens sånger i ett främmande land. Afrikanska kyrkor i Sverige – mellan segregation och integration.” in S.A. Flodell (ed.) Att mötas är att växa. En studie i mångkulturalitet. Skellefteå: Artos & Norma bokförlag. Pp.305 - 320
Kubai, A. (2014a). “Conducting fieldwork in Rwanda: Listening to silence and processing experiences of genocide.” In Engaging violence: Trauma, Memory and Representation. Ed. Ivana Maćek Routeledge: London. Pp. 111-126.
Contributors to "A Horn of Africa in Northern Europe-An Email Conversation”, edited by Eachcrane, M. In Afro-Nordic Landscapes: Equality and Race in Northern Europe. New York: Taylor & Francis. 2014b
Kubai, A. (2014c). “Reinventing ‘tradition’. Social reconstruction and development in post-genocide Rwanda”. In Religion and Development. Nordic Perspectives on Development in Africa. Ed. Tomas Sundnes Drønen, New York: Peter Lang. Pp.87-107.
Kubai, A. (2014d). “Accommodation and tension: African Christian communities and their Swedish hosts”. In Pace, E. et. all (eds.) The Changing Soul of Europe: Religion and Migration in Northern and Southern Europe. London: Ashgate. 2
Kubai, A. (2014e). “Living by the spirit. African Christian communities in Sweden”. In Adogame,A. (ed.). The Public Face of African New Religious Movements in Diaspora: Imagining the Religious ‘Other’. London: Ashgate Inform Series on Minority Religions and Spiritual Movements. Pp. 272. ISBN 978-1-4724-2011-4.
Kubai, A. (2014f). Kirimaara och Nyambene: Guds “fläckiga” och “maniliga” berg hos merufolket I Kenya. In Hellman, E. and Roos, L. (eds.) Vägar till insikt och utsikt: berg i religiösa traditioner. Skellefteå:Artos & Norma bokförlag.
Kubai, A. (2013). “It Was the Work of Satan: perpetrators rationalize the horror of Rwandan genocide”. In Nordqvist, K. (ed.) Gods and Arms. On Religion and Armed Conflict. Eugene. WIPF and STOCK Publishers.
Kubai, A. (2013). 'Singing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land’: Challenges and New Frontiers for African Churches in Sweden. In Asamoah-Gyadu, K, Fröchtling, D. and Kunz-Lübcke, A (eds.). Babel is Everywhere! Migrant Readings from Africa, Europe and Asia. New York: Peter Lang.
Kubai, A. (2010). “Gacaca and Post-Genocide reconstruction in Rwanda”, in F. Wijsen et.al. (eds.) Indigenous Voices in sustainability discourse. Spirituality and the struggle for a better quality of life. Berlin, LIT VERLAG.
Kubai, A. (2010). “Historical and Cultural Dimensions of Militia and Rebel Groups in Africa”, in Okumu, W. and Ikelegbe, A (eds.) Militias, Rebels and Islamist Militants. Human Security and State Crisis in Africa. Pretoria, Institute of Security Studies. Pretoria, Institute of Security Studies.
Kubai, A. (2008). “Living in the Shadow of Genocide: Women and HIV/AIDS in Rwanda”, in Hinga, T, Kubai, A. Maura, P and Hayanga, H. Women, Religion and HIV /AIDS in Africa: Responding to Ethical and Theological Challenges. Durban: Cluster Publications
Kubai, A (2004). Christian-Muslim Relations in Kenya Since Independence in 1963. In Klaus Hock (ed.) The Interface Between Research and Dialogue: Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa. Christentum und Islam in Dialogue, Vol. 4, LIT VERLAG Munster.
Kubai, A. (2005). “Being Church in post genocide Rwanda: The Challenges of Forgiveness and Reconciliation”. In I. Phiri, I & S. Nadar, (eds.) On Being Church: African Women’s Voices and Visions. Geneva: World Council of Churches.
Kubai, A. (2001). “Issues of Interfaith Dialogue Among Women in Kenya”, in Elizabeth Amoa (ed.) Divine Empowerment of Women in Africa’s Complex Realities, Sam-Woode Ltd. Accra.
(c) Peer reviewed articles.
Kubai, A. (2016). “Confession’ and ‘Forgiveness’ as a strategy for development in post-genocide Rwanda”. In HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies; Vol 72, No 4 (2016), 9 pages. doi: 10.4102/hts.v72i4.3562 3
Kubai, A. (2015). “Trafficking of Ethiopian women to Europe - making choices, taking risks and implications”. In special issue of African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal. Forthcoming. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17528631.2015.1083182
Ahlberg, B., Faith Maina, F., Kubai, A., Khamasi, W., Ekman, Lundqvist-Persson, K. ‘‘A child, a tree’’ (2015b). Challenges in building collaborative relations in a community research project in a Kenyan context.” In Action research. DOI: 10.1177/1476750315607607
Martin Gerdin, Patrice Chataigner, Leonie Tax, Anne Kubai, and Johan von Schreeb. “Does need matter? Needs assessments and decision-making among major humanitarian health agencies.” In Disaters.Volume 38, Issue 3, 451- 464, July 2014
Kubai, A. (2013). “Being here and there: migrant communities in Sweden and the conflicts in the Horn of Africa”. In a special issue of African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal. Vol. 6, No. 2, 174-188, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17528631.2013.793136.
Kubai, A. and Ahlberg, B. (2013). “Making and unmaking ethnicities in the Rwandan context: implication for gender-based violence, health, and wellbeing of women.” In Ethnicity & Health. Volume 18, Issue 5, 469-482.
Kubai, A. (2007c). “Between Justice and Reconciliation: The Survivors of Rwanda”, in African Security Review vol.16 No.1. 53 - 66.
Kubai, A. (2007a). Post-genocide Rwanda: the Changing Religious Landscape. Exchange, Journal of Missiological and Ecumenical Research, 36.2, 198-214.
Kubai, A. (2004). “Being Church in Post-genocide Rwanda: The Challenges of Forgiveness and Reconciliation”, in Journal of Constructive Theology, vol.10, pp. 54-87.
Kubai, A. (2007b). “Walking a Tight Rope: Muslims and Christian in Rwanda”, in Christian Muslim Relations, Vol. 18, (No. 2): pp. 219-235.
Kubai, A. (2006). Religious Communities and the Struggle for Civil Space”. In Journal of Henry Martyn Institute, Vol. 25 pp. 115-127.
Research and popular scientific reports
Kubai (2017). A country caught between Kenya: A country caught between opportunity and insecurity. Research report, Uppsala, pp.50.
Kubai, A. and van de Muelin, J. (2017). ‘MY NATIONALITY IS REFUGEE’. A phenomenological study of community-based psychosocial support and well-being among refugees in Kakuma Camp.
Kubai, A. and Ahlberg, B. (2015). ‘CAPTURED IN FLIGHT’. Experiences of violence among African immigrant women in Sweden. Research report, Uppsala, pp. 32. 4
Kubai, A. and Åhman, B. (2012). People with Disability Program, ACT Alliance, Haiti, Church World Service/ACT Alliance, pp. 22.
Kubai, A. and Kimanuka, O. (2011). “Evaluation of Communities allied against AIDS and gender violenc.” Field research-based report for CARE International, Kigali, pp. 78.
Samset, I, Kubai, A. (2005). Evaluation of Released prisoners’ project in Rwanda. Oslo: Norwegian Church Aid. Published by Chr. Michelson Institute, Norway, pp. 82. Available on http://www.cmi.no/publications/publication/?2002=evaluation-of-the-released-prisoners-project-in or http://www.nca.no/article/articleview/5190/
Kubai, A. (2005). “Att sjunga herrens sång I ett främmande land”. In Uppdrag Mission. En tidskrift från Lunds Missionssällskap, No. 5. 2011.
Kubai, A. (2003). “Myth becomes reality: the Rwandan genocide”. Surf International, Kigali, pp.30.
Changing relations between Churches in Europe and Africa. Edited by K. Kunter and Schöring. J. Harrassowitz (2008). Review published in Swedish Missiological 30. Themes. Vol. 96, No.3, 2008.
Islam and Christianity in the Horn of Africa. By Haggai Erlic. London: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2010. Review published in New Routes. A Journal of Peace Research and Action. Vol 16, No. 1, 2011.
Genocide and War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity: A Digest of the Case Law of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. New York: Human rights Watch. Review published in New Routes. A Journal of Peace Research and Action. Vol 15, No. 3, 2010.
Christian couples coping with childlessness: narratives from Machame, Kilimanjaro.
By A. Vähäkangas. Pickwick Publications, 2009. Review published in Swedish Missiological Themes. Vol. 98, No. 2, 2011.