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Postcolonial Networks seeks higher education partners to offer Majority World scholar-authors three-month writing residencies.

The Global Writing and Publishing Fellowship provide scholar-authors the time and library resources to complete their manuscript for successful publication.

We welcome inquiries from both scholar-author applicants and potential partners. For further information, please contact Dr. Joseph F. Duggan, nyclaman@gmail.com or skype: drjfduggan

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Eligible authors have met the following qualifications:

  • Have earned a PhD
  • Submitted a full manuscript proposal
  • Senior scholar has completed the pre-peer review of the author’s manuscript
  • Author has acknowledged revisions required for formal peer review
  • Scholar Mentor has been assigned to author
  • Scholar author has completed 25% of pre-peer review revisions
  • Mentor attests that writing residency is adequate for a successful peer review, followed by publication

Eligible authors participating in residencies commit to:

  • Commits to Postcolonial Networks for successful completion of the residency and Commits to the mentor’s timeline for manuscript completion
  • Uses the writing residency to solely complete their manuscript
  • Submits bi-weekly research/writing updates to Postcolonial Networks and mentor
  • Submits third of revised manuscript on a monthly basis

Participating institutions of higher learning partner with Postcolonial Networks to offer eligible authors room, board and access to library facilities for a period of three months. Postcolonial Networks offers scholar-authors a stipend based on its available resources.

The benefits to our higher education partners:

  • Participate in an unprecedented fellowship program that encourages an increase in published and cited Majority World scholarship
  • Enjoy intra-institutional visibility across our network of over 10,000+ scholar members around the world through press releases, website listing as a Global fellowship partner and receive complimentary books of not only the scholar-author but of all our scholar-authors and thereby expanding your knowledge resources
  • Establish scholarly relationships with the next generation of Majority World scholar-authors and their universities

Our eligible authors have met the following qualifications:

  • Have earned a PhD
  • Submitted a full manuscript proposal
  • Senior scholar has completed the pre-peer review of the author’s manuscript
  • Author has acknowledged revisions required for formal peer review
  • Scholar Mentor has been assigned to author
  • Scholar author has completed 25% of pre-peer review revisions
  • Mentor attests that writing residency is adequate for a successful peer review, followed by publication

Eligible authors participating in residencies commit to:

  • Commits to Postcolonial Networks for successful completion of the residency and Commits to the mentor’s timeline for manuscript completion
  • Uses the writing residency to solely complete their manuscript
  • Submits bi-weekly research/writing updates to Postcolonial Networks and mentor
  • Submits third of revised manuscript on a monthly basis

Participating institutions of higher learning partner with Postcolonial Networks to support authors by:

  • Offering eligible authors room and board for three months
  • Securing access to library facilities for a period of three months
  • Providing a desk and computer access
  • Providing airfare
  • Providing assistance with visas
  • Postcolonial Networks will supplement these provisions by providing scholar-authors a stipend based on our available resources