Claudine Kuradusenge-McLeod

Professorial Lecturer

Part-time Faculty


Claudine Kuradusenge-McLeod, originally from Rwanda, is a junior scholar and human rights activist specialized in Diaspora consciousness, social mobilization, and genocide prevention. Her expertise has led her to work in several countries in Europe, Africa, and South/North America. As an activist, she has been on the front line of racial conflicts, youth education training as well as racially and culturally sensitive initiatives. As a Conflict Resolution consultant, she has worked with youth engagement and empowerment organizations, Diaspora communities, multicultural (racial and ethnic) NGOs, and genocide prevention programs.

Identity and Conflict, Diaspora and Transnational Studies, Genocide Prevention, Political, and Social Mobilization, Social Categorization and Conflict Resolution

Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University

IAFF 3191 ESIA UG Scholars Course
IAFF 3172 Conflict and Conflict Resolution
IAFF 2101 IA Research Methods

Kuradusenge-McLeod, Claudine. “The Belgian Hutu Diaspora Narratives of Victimhood and Trauma,” International Journal of Transitional Justice, Vol. 12, No. 3 (1 November 2018), pp. 427-443.
Kuradusenge, Claudine. “Denied Victimhood and Contested Narratives: The Case of Hutu Diaspora,” Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal, Vol. 10, No. 2 (2016), pp. 59-75.