13 Jun 2022
HoD CASS Arts and Lanaguages Modern Languages Translation Studies ; English Language Education "Dr Pierre Canisius Ruterana, Senior Lecturer at the University of Rwanda, College of Arts and
Social Sciences, School of Arts and Languages, has been teaching English language skills and
translation studies since 1998. He holds a BA in English Linguistics and Literature from the
National University of Rwanda (1998), an MA in Translation Studies from the University of
Warwick [UK] (2001) and a PhD in Educational Research from Linkoping University [Sweden]
(2012). He has published several articles and involved in research on language teaching, learning
and planning, creating and promoting the culture of reading." firstname.lastname@example.org, 0788414026 "1. Ruterana, P.C. et al. (2010). Lexique Trilingue Scolaire de Base : Français-Anglais- Kinyarwanda. Butare : Editions Universitaires. (Book) ISBN 979-10-90642-05-8.
2. Ruterana, P.C. (2011). Exploring home literacy practices among Rwandan families. International Journal of Research in Education. Vol.3, No.1, 1-11.
3. Ruterana, P.C. (2012). Children’s Reflections on Gender Equality in Fairy tales : A Rwanda case study. The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.4, no.9, January 2012, 85-101.
4. Ruterana, P.C. (2012). Enhancing the culture of reading in Rwanda : Reflections by students in tertiary institutions. The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.5, no.1, March 2012, 36-54.
5. Ruterana, P.C. (2014). Teachers’ reflections on parental involvement in emergent literacy development in Rwanda (book chapter, 9). The International Handbook of Cultures of Education Policy : Comparative International Issues in Policy Outcome Relationships- Achievement with Family and Community Involvement (Vol.1). Béatrice Boufoy-Bastick, Editor, Strasbourg, France : Analytrics. Pp 259-282.
6. Ruterana, P.C. (2014). Reflections on Societal Reading : The Case of Rwanda. The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.6, no.8, March 2014, 170-185. http://www.jpanafrican.com/archive_issues/vol6no8.htm
7. Faustin Mutwarasibo, Pierre Canisius Ruterana, Ingrid Andersson (2014). Boundary crossing between higher education and the world of work. A case study in post-1994 Rwanda. Higher Education Research & Development. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2014.890577 (16 pages).
8. Ruterana, P.C., Kateregga, A., Mulindahabi, C. & Ngarambe, T., (2017).
Stakeholders’ perceptions on teaching and learning arts and humanities in East Africa : Rwanda’s stake. Rwanda Journal, Series A : Arts and Humanities, Volume 2 (1), 2017. https://dx.doi.org/10.4314/rj.v2i1.2A
9. Ruterana, P.C. (2017). Using children’s literature to promote gender equality in education : the case of the fairy tale of Ndabaga in Rwanda. Rwanda Journal, Series A : Arts and Humanities, Volume 2 (2), 2017. https://dx.doi.org/10.4314/rj.v2i2.4A
10. Abubakar Kateregga, Telesphore Ngarambe, Charline Mulindahabi, & P.Canisius Ruterana (2018). “Transforming humanities and social sciences in the East African community universities : from endangerment to sustainability. Utafiti : Journal of the College of Arts and Social Sciences, volume 12, Issue 1/2, 2016/2017. University of Dar es Salaam. http://journals.udsm.ac.tz/index.php/uj/article/view/2259/2288
11. Ruterana, P.C. (2019). Amahame ngengamyitwarire mu bushakashatsi (book chapter 4). Ubushakashatsi mu Bumenyi Nyamuntu n’Imibanire y’Abantu. Evode Mukama & Laurent Nkusi (Eds). Cape Town : African Minds.