29 Jun 2021 - 01 Jul 2021

Organizer:
ZASB, University of Namibia, Journal of Southern African Studies

Vortragsreihe / Ringvorlesung

Emerging Scholars & New Research in Southern Africa

Public programme of the Early Career Writing Workshop 2021

The 2021 Early Career Writing Workshop is a partnership of the Centre for African Studies Basel, the University of Namibia and the Journal of Southern African Studies.

The Workshop presents a wide range of public lectures for early career scholars wanting to publish in international journals, with a particular focus on the Journal of Southern African Studies. In particular, we warmly invite interested early career scholars at the Universities of Namibia and Basel, and/or based in southern Africa.

 

Programme Summary

*Please note that all times are Southern African Time*

Public Lectures: Session 1

Tuesday 29 June, 10:00–12.35

Advice and guidance from Taylor & Francis, the publisher of JSAS, and the University of Namibia Press, as well as presentations of papers developed in the workshop.

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Public Lectures: Session 2

Wednesday 30 June, 14:00–16:45

Insights from a JSAS editor and a first-time JSAS author, as well as expert discussion of how to source and handle information.

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Keynote Lecture: Approaching Land Reform in South Africa

Wednesday 30 June, 18:00–19:30

Given by Professor William Beinart (Oxford). Discussant Phanuel Kaapama (UNAM) will draw out comparisons for Namibia.

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Public Lectures: Session 3

Thursday 1 July, 10:00–12:45

Talks on handling your literature review, by the JSAS Senior Editor, and on writing grant proposals, as well as presentations of papers developed in the workshop.

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Additional funding for the workshop is provided by the British Academy’s Writing Workshops Programme, supported under the UK Government's Global Challenges Research Fund, and the Mopane Trust.


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