Are you a woman early career researcher from a West African country who has completed a PhD in Humanities and Social Sciences within the last five years? Then this call is for you! The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ghana, in partnership with the University of East Anglia in the UK, is pleased to announce a programme of writing workshops sponsored by the British Academy, for sixteen (16) fully funded early career women based in the ECOWAS zone.
Selected researchers will have the opportunity to travel to Ghana to participate in two (2) writing workshops in a serene lodge surrounded by nature, where they will be mentored by eight (8) leading scholars in the Humanities and Social Sciences to produce a cutting-edge peer-reviewed article. The mentoring will continue over the next 14 months of the programme to ensure that the participants publish an article in a high-quality academic journal and receive training in applying for funding.
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