Dr Victoria Flavia NamuggalaLecturer
Victoria Flavia Namuggala, is a Lecturer at the School of Women and Gender Studies. She received her doctoral degree in Women and Gender Studies, from Arizona State University (USA). She specializes in childhood, youth studies, and violence. She is an interdisciplinary scholar and researcher with thematic expertise in feminism and gender, childhood and youth hood, Indigenous studies, critical cultural studies, and peace, conflict and displacement. She has taught bachelors and graduate classes, supervised student research and internship training. She works towards policy reform and transformation both locally and internationally, with an overarching goal for social justice. She prioritizes centering the voice of the marginalized in society irrespective of their gender, age, class, location and other socially important identifiers. She has presented her research nationally and internationally, and she has published peer-reviewed journals, book chapters and a book on childhood in Africa, gender and violence, girlhood.