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Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa


Announcements Publications

Méthod(e)s: African Review of Social Science Methodology/Revue africaine de méthodologie des sciences sociales Editors:Lyn Schumaker, University of Manchester, UKJean-Bernard Ouédraogo, CNRS-EHESS, Paris, France. Against a backdrop of the marginalization of ethnography, a direct and often anonymous collector of "facts", the writing of the history of social sciences in the field confers privilege

CODESRIA is seeking short contributions for the 2017 editions of its quarterly bulletin. CODESRIA Bulletin (ISSN 0850-8712) is a peer-reviewed publication which aims to stimulate critical discussion and encourage research cooperation amongst African(-ist) researchers around key debates/questions in Africa. CODESRIA Bulletin contributes to setting the research and intellectual agendas of/on

The Editors of Method(e)s : African Review of Social Science Methodology/ Revue africaine de méthodologie des sciences sociales is soliciting guest editor(s) who are interested in editing collections of articles on the themes listed bellow. Prospective proposers are welcome to discuss their ideas informally with the Editors. The guest editor

Deadline: 30 October 2016   African Review of Social Sciences Methodology/Revue africaine de méthodologiedes sciences sociales Epistemological Fractures in a Globalized World: Normalizations, Debates and Alternatives in the Social Sciences Editors :Fernanda Beigel, Professor, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo – CONICET, ArgentinaJean-‐Bernard Ouédraogo, Research Director, CNRS, LAIOS, IIAC, EHESS, Paris,Raewyn Connell, Professor Emerita, University of

Deadline: 30 October 2015 Are you a researcher, media practitioner, information and communication technology (ICT) specialist, journalist, lecturer or engineer interested in the issue of the digital transition, its challenges and opportunities? Your thoughts and contributions may be of interest as you respond to this call for papers for the publication

The African Journal of International Affairs (AJIA) is a bi-annual refereed publication of CODESRIA, Dakar, Senegal. It serves as a credible platform for critical thinking, research and policy-relevant knowledge on African international affairs in relation to inter-state, regional and trans-territorial relations, issues and diplomacy, Africa’s political economy, Africa’s relations with

Africa Media Review (AMR) provides a forum for research and debate on communication theory, policy, and practice in Africa. The journal seeks to raise awareness and understanding about the interconnections between media, communication and social processes in Africa, and how these shape and are affected by policies and practices at