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The Program on African Social Research (PASR)

Scholars based in Africa have fewer opportunities to network with other scholars, receive feedback on their work, and ultimately, publish their scholarship in established venues thereby shaping how Africa is perceived around the world. The Program on African Social Research (PASR) was founded to center African knowledge production within social science research globally. We do this by creating opportunities for junior scholars based in Africa. By providing access to international networks, we work to help junior scholars improve their research and create opportunities for mentoring and meaningful collaborative possibilities.