Visiting Assistant Professor
Dr. William Hatungimana teaches courses in Comparative Politics, African Politics, American Government, and Politics of Immigration and Migration. His research mainly focuses on Attitudes toward Immigrants. He explores the influence of material and symbolic factors on attitudes towards immigrants in Africa. He also conducts research on Corruption, Political Participation, and Africa-China Relations.
Comparative Politics, African Politics, Politics of Migration and Immigration, Corruption and Government Institutions, Africa-China Relations
- Hatungimana, William. 2022. "How people appraise their government: corruption perception of police and political legitimacy in Africa." The Journal of Modern African Studies 60 (1): 1-22.