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Wednesday, October 23 • 9:00am - 4:00pm
Pre-Conference Workshop: African Studies Review Pipeline for Emerging African Scholars

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The African Studies Review (ASR) convenes Pipeline for Emerging African Studies Scholars (PEASS) Workshops, in collaboration with the African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA http://www.as-aa.org), to stimulate, solicit, and further develop high quality journal submissions from Africa-based scholars under the close mentorship of senior Africanists from the continent and beyond. In collaboration with the ASAA the ASR will sponsor a PEASS workshop at the United States International University-Africa, on October 23, 2019. Emerging scholars will have an opportunity to work closely with senior scholars to re-work a pre-circulated draft article. The broader goals of PEASS are: 1. To increase submissions from emerging Africa-based scholars to top-rated journals, especially ASR; 2. To improve the quality of submissions from emerging Africa-based scholars; 3. To increase the R&R (revise and resubmission) rate from emerging Africa-based scholars; 4. To improve access to the ASR for emerging Africa-based scholars; and, 5. To increase participation of emerging Africa-based scholars in review process.

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Benjamin Lawrance

Chief Editor, University of Arizona
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Kathryn Salucka

Managing Editor, African Studies Review

Wednesday October 23, 2019 9:00am - 4:00pm
KSMS Conference Centre

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