Johannesburg, South Africa » Mbabane, Swaziland » Durban, South Africa » Ginsberg, King Williams Town, South Africa » Cape Town, South Africa.
June 29 - July 11, 2014
Professors and advanced graduate students in the humanities, social sciences, and critical legal and science studies, are invited to apply. Public intellectuals, artists and writers with a strong commitment to theory are also invited to apply.
All applicants should be able to communicate in English.
There are openings for approximately 36 participants. Competition is keen, and applicants will be asked to motivate their application.
The intellectual programme will consist of a series of long lectures, roundtable discussions, debates and public events.
Tuition fees have been broken down into sliding scale categories in order to ensure a financial scheme that accommodates global resource inequities.
No profit is made on this event. All fees have been calculated to cover only the cost of the event and often not even the full cost. The organisers have decided not to implement an annual increase in the fees for 2014 but the tuition will be higher than previous years because of the mobile workshop.
Please check back in November for the finalised tuition catefory fees for 2014
Please check back in November for the information relating to deposits.
Food and Accommodation
Please check back in November for detailed information on the logistics of the 2014 traveling workshop.
Please check back in November for application instructions.
Acceptances and Deposits
Applications should be sent to the Workshop no later than Friday, 21 March 2014. Applications for admission will be evaluated on 3 April, 2014.
Decisions on admission will be announced on 7 April, 2014. Selection of participants will be made by a nominated selection panel.