A new initiative from the University of Johannesburg:
THE Institute for Pan-African Thought and Conversation (IPATC) is an initiative of the University of Johannesburg. Its purpose is to create a platform for academics from across Africa to converge and bring to bear intellectual capabilities and contributions that have been marginalised on the global stage.
The Institute will explore Sub-Saharan ethics and world views; seek to advance African values in politics, and debate justifiable African beliefs; present sub-Saharan artistic values; and investigate how Africa should relate to the East in the next major stage of the continent’s independence in a globalised environment.
The Institute is housed in a dedicated building in Auckland Park, Johannesburg. Its incoming director is the noted scholar Prof Adekeye Adebajo.
The Institute for Pan African Thought and Conversation is seeking to fund Master’s, Doctoral and Post-Doctoral research projects on African philosophical, theoretical and related themes.
INFO: UJ – PG Funding
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Institute for Pan African Thought and Conversation