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CALL FOR PAPERS: 2024 SPRING LECTURES

Theme: An Africa impacted by 4IR, AI, BRICS, knowledge economy, solutions economy, and social impact imperatives: Responding to Local and Global Crises

The Faculty of Humanities invites students, academics, and researchers to submit abstracts for the 2024 Spring Lectures, which will be held in person from September 2nd to 3rd, 2024. The lectures will focus on the topic of Africa in the context of the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR), AI, implications related to BRICS, the knowledge economy, solutions economy, and social impact imperatives in addressing local and global crises. Sub-themes should provide effective guidelines for presenters.

Main papers aligned with the theme will be given 25 minutes each for presentation. Additionally, shorter papers of 15 minutes each are invited from UL Faculty of Humanities PhD students, based on their ongoing doctoral research. These shorter presentations should include the names of students and their supervisors, who will be accredited as co-presenters.

Event Details:

Date: 2 - 3 September 2024
Start time: 09h00
Venue: R40 Conference Hall, University of Limpopo campus

?Subthemes:

  • Global South and Global North: Towards a Harmonising Agenda
  • Decolonisation/Africanisation of the curriculum; African economic solutions; African pedagogy; African psychology; African art; African history/heritage; African culture; African education and philosophy; Neo-colonialism; and Neo-liberalism
  • Artificial Intelligence; 4th Industrial Revolution; Research & Technologies; Arts, Communication, Media & Technologies; Human and Social Wellbeing & Technologies; Politics, Warfare & Technologies; Economies, Development & Technologies; Law, development & technologies; Cultural Identities, Diversity & Technologies; Educational Technology & Multimodality
  • Sustainable Development Goals; Agenda 63; National Development Plan
  • Conflict & Conflict Resolution
  • LGBTQIA; GBV; Human Trafficking & Other Crime; Race and Ethnicity; Cultural and Linguistic Inequality; Gender Disparity
  • Ethical Research & Ethical Contexts in Africa
All abstracts should:

(i) Be 250 to 300 words in length
(ii) Include key elements like research problem, aim and research methodology
(iii) List a maximum of 5 keywords at the bottom
(iv) Be accompanied by full details of the accredited journal identified for publication of the ensuing full paper. Correspondence attesting to progress towards publication will be an added advantage.

N.B. Abstracts that do not comply with the above requirements will not be accepted.

Closing dates:

  • Closing dates for the submission of abstracts by email: Friday, 26 July 2024
  • Revised abstracts: Friday, 2 August 2024
  • PowerPoint presentation submissions by email: Friday, 16 August 2024
N.B. Remember still to bring your digital presentations along to the conference

Submission should be made to: /spl2024/index.php?Entity=Register

?Enquiries
Ulspringlectures@ul.ac.za


Date created: 2024-07-0810:30:53