It is with great pleasure that we are able to announce the winner and runner-up of this year’s PSA/Journal of Postcolonial Writing PG Essay Prize.
The standard of the competition was extremely high again this year, and the judges were Rachel Farebrother, Rachael Gilmour, Stephen Morton, Alex Padamsee, and Kirk Sides. We would like to thank the judges for their excellent and time-consuming work.
The editors of JPW, Anastasia Valassopoulos and Sarah Lawson Welsh, would like to congratulate both the winner and the runner up for ...
We are delighted to confirm that registration is now live for the PSA 2019 Convention. Please follow the link below to the University of Manchester eStore page, where you can register and pay for convention attendance.
Registration link: https://estore.manchester.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/faculty-of-humanities/school-of-arts-languages-and-culture/psa/postcolonial-studies-association-psa-convention-2019
How much? As a reminder, the registration fee for PSA 2019 will be as follows:
3-day registration fees: Band C (incl. students/unwaged) £60 / Band B £75 / Band A £120
1-day registration fees:Band C (incl. students/unwaged) £40 / Band B £45 / Band A £65
Please note that we cannot make any further reductions to these rates, which already represent a significant reduction/saving, ...