Critical Health Social Sciences Workshop, March 2015

In March 2015, SASH co-sponsored a Critical Health Social Sciences workshop for 35 junior scholars from South Africa, other countries in the region, and the UK.  Funded by the British Council, the aim of this workshop was to foster critical engagement among junior social scientists with social science theory and development of a written product, such as a paper for publication, for critique by senior scholars.  Conducted in the style of a five-day retreat in a remote location, the venue provided a unique opportunity for extended engagement and interaction.  Five SASH Fellows participated in the retreat, as well as numerous SASH faculty from UCT and from Brown University, as well as other institutions.

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