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Dominic Dipio

Associate Professor of Literature and Film

Makerere University

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Background Information

Employment History

Head

Literature Department Makerere University


Affiliations

Ecumenism Commission Fr. Vincent Karatunga

Executive Secretary


UCS Interreligious Dialogue

Executive Secretary


Education

PhD

cinema studies


degrees

education and African literature


Web References(9 Total References)


ASA Presidential Fellows Program > ASA

africanstudies.terradotta.com [cached]

Dr. Dominic Dipio, senior lecturer in literature at Makerere University, Uganda.
Dr. Dipio has degrees in education and African literature, with a PhD in cinema studies. Her research examines how issues related to gender and the position of women in African communities are represented by filmmakers, as part of the conscientization agenda, and what this reveals about gender relations in African communities.


ASA Presidential Fellows Program > ASA

www.africanstudies.org [cached]

Dr. Dominic Dipio, senior lecturer in literature at Makerere University, Uganda . Dr. Dipio has degrees in education and African literature, with a PhD in cinema studies.
Her research examines how issues related to gender and the position of women in African communities are represented by filmmakers, as part of the conscientization agenda, and what this reveals about gender relations in African communities.


leadershipmagazine.org

Dominic Dipio, head of department at the Makerere University Institute of Languages and the executive secretary for the UCS Interreligious Dialogue and Ecumenism Commission Fr. Vincent Karatunga.
She handled sessions on 'Catholic Communication and Peace Building', while the priest discussed 'The Pastoral Challenge of Cultural and Religious Pluralism in Uganda: A Contribution of the Media towards a Harmonious Society'.


AMAKULA KAMPALA International Film Festival, Uganda

www.amakula.com [cached]

The documentary focuses on three students in the Patongo refugee camp, Rose, Dominic, and Nancy, as they prepare for their first National Music Competition in which over 20,000 schools will be competing.
This film is made by students from a film class given by Dominic Dipio, Literatuire Facultuty at Makerere University. In Their Own Voice This is a documentary that presents the elders of the Madi of Uganda talking about their traditional cultural values in the context of contemporary changes. It is the first of a series of films which document the dying cultures of a people. Dominic Dipio holds a PhD of the University in Rome where she wrote her thesis on African film and gender issues. She is a senior lecturer in Makerere University where she teaches literature and film. She has produced several films together with her students. In Their Own Voice This is a documentary that presents the elders of the Madi of Uganda talking about their traditional cultural values in the context of contemporary changes. It is the first of a series of films which document the dying cultures of a people. Dominic Dipio holds a PhD of the University in Rome where she wrote her thesis on African film and gender issues. She is a senior lecturer in Makerere University where she teaches literature and film. She has produced several films together with her students.


www.theivorypost.com

Dominic Dipio, Head of Literature Department at Makerere University and Prof. Hannington Ssengendo, Dean Faculty of Arts.


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