Postcolonial Networks has grown exponentially in the last year.
We are an organization that helps Majority World scholars (those doing academic work outside colonial/neocolonial centers of power). As Knowledge Activists, we look to change the way knowledge is produced and distributed throughout the world.
What does your contribution support?
Writing workshops in Majority World locations, like St. Paul’s University in Kenya, that help scholars turn their dissertations into publishable work
Writing residencies for Majority World scholars, to be able to come to a location with high academic resources to research and build relationships. We partner with academic institutions to sponsor scholars like Dr. John Ndavula, Dr. Julius Kithinji, Dr. Carlos José Beltrán Acero, Dr. Mary Tororeiy, and Dr. Lydia Mwaniki.
Mentoring programs, where established senior scholars mentor and help junior Majority World scholars break into academia
Publishing and publishing support through our partner organization, Borderless Press