UNIZULU Hosts the 13th Annual HSS Conference

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UNIZULU Hosts the 13th Annual HSS Conference

UNIZULU Hosts the 13th Annual HSS Conference

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zululand is gearing up for its 13th Annual Humanities and Social Sciences Conference. The 13th Annual Virtual Humanities and Social Sciences Conference intends to create a platform for the rigorous festival of scholarly ideas, discussions, and analysis on Africanising the curriculum, what it is, and what it means within the humanities and social sciences and beyond the whole spectrum of Higher Education (HE).

The theme for this year’s conference is: Africanising the curriculum: Revisiting the curriculum discourse in Higher Education.

Conveying her words of gratitude, the conference Chairperson, Doctor Simangele Cele  said that they appreciate the interest shown by participants who have submitted abstracts and have displayed an eagerness to present their research to the 13th HSS platform. “We encourage all our presenters to make sure they submit their full papers, no later than the given date indicated on the call for papers documents that is in line with the conference proceedings application submission,” said Dr Cele.

HSS 2022 will adopt a virtual approach. The first day of the conference is Thursday, 3rd November which will set in motion virtually. The keynote address for the first day will be delivered by Professor John Victor Mensah (University of Cape Coast, Ghana) and Prof Dasarath Chetty from the Durban University of Technology (South Africa).

This conference is open to UNIZULU staff and students. All staff and students researching higher education or education contexts are encouraged  to attend. Precious Shamase

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