Wits University Press is attending and exhibiting at the European Conference on African Studies 2015 from 8-10 July.
Publisher’s Stand Located in the Pantheon Building at the Gallery Soufflot, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
Please join us at the following events:
Wednesday 8 July 2015, 13h15-13h45 at the Pantheon, Room 2 (P_2)
Place of Thorns: Black Political Protest in Kroonstad since 1976
Author, Tshepo Moloi will be in discussion with historian, Arianna Lissoni.
Friday, 10 July, 10h30 – 11h00 at the Pantheon, Room 2 (P_2)
Changing Space, Changing City: Johannesburg After Apartheid
Edited by Philip Harrison, Graeme Gotz, Alison Todes and Chris Wray.
Contributors from the book, Sarah Charlton and Samadia Sadouni,
will be in conversation.
Friday 8 July, 14h00-15h30 at P004
Roshan Cader, commissioning editor at Wits University Press,
will be talking about the challenges of and opportunities for scholarly
publishing in South Africa.
Panel: Publish or Perish in African Studies: New Ways to Valorise Research