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Dr. Nsengiyumva Emmanuel is a Rulindo Campus Coordinator and lecturer of French and Francophone literature at the University of Kibungo (UNIK). He got his PhD in French studies at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada in 2015 and a Bachelor degree with honours from the National University of Rwanda in 2001. Dr. Nsengiyumva began his career as a French instructor and later appointed as a Head of studies in secondary school in Huye, Southern province. Between 2004 and 2010, he served as Assistant Lecturer at the Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Education of Kibungo (INATEK). Currently UNIK (University of Kibungo). He was appointed Deputy Director of the INATEK Language center (CAL) from September 2008 – August, 2010. He joined the Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada in 2010 and served as Teaching Assistant and later organising and teaching advanced French to Graybridge Malkam candidates (Radio Canada journalist, Frédéric Pépin) and beginner and intermediate groups, Graybridge Malkam, Kingston ON Canada. Dr. Nsengiyumva Emmanuel has published at local and international level. His research interests are genocide literature, hybridity and intertexuality studies.