Voices

Next Generation Social Sciences fellows reflect on their life’s work and the change they hope to effect. Through writings and videos, in their own voice, fellows discuss the importance of scholarship and the Next Generation Social Sciences Program to their academic and research careers.

Chidi Amaechi

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Contemporary Peacebuilding with the Umuada

Siphokazi Magadla

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When Women Were Combatants

Lindiwe D. Makhunga

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The PhD is Not the Best Work You Will Ever Do; It Is the Most Important

Abdul-Gafar Tobi Oshodi

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Researching China in Africa

Uche Okpara

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The Disappearing Lake

Benjamin Ajal

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Sprinting Toward the Finish

S'mangele Mayisela


Reflections on Devil’s Peak, Cape Town

Richard Mbunda

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Food Sovereignty in Tanzania

Yusuf Serunkuma

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Punching with Supervisors: Cases in Graduate Education in Africa

Madelein Stoffberg

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Transforming South African Townships

Ruth Murambadoro

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Next Gen Workshop: Reflections of the Day

Haydee Bangerezako


Next Gen Workshop: Daily Reflections