Julius recently returned from aid work and anthropological study in Uganda. He lived and worked in the townships and slums of Kampala, the provincial centres of the East and tumultuous South Sudan border towns.

Essays from Uganda: ‘War Gin’

Essays from Uganda: The Context of a Shooting in Northern Uganda

Essays from Uganda: Communities of Individuals

Essays from Uganda: “The worst mistake Idi Amin ever did was kick the Asians out”

Essays from Uganda: Abraham and the Cranes

Essays from Uganda: Optimism/Pessimism Under the President/Dictator (delete as appropriate)

What impact does ‘The Arts’ actually affect?

Islam is not a homogeneous blob

Arts Review: El Pastor

Champagne in Defiance: An evening with survivors of Museveni’s Genocide

Arts Review: A Brilliant Genocide

Arts Review: Death By A Thousand Cuts

Another Round of Champagne in Defiance

A British Liberal’s Attempt at Understanding Populism