The Postcolonial Studies Association and Journal of Postcolonial Writing are pleased to announce that the first winner of the PSA/JPW Postgraduate Essay Prize is:
of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
Joshua’s essay, “Against ‘Third Cinema’: The Non-revolutionary Revolution of Ian Gabriel’s Forgiveness” was described by the judges of the prize as ‘theoretically astute and lucid’, ‘eloquently written, intelligent and well-structured’ and ‘sophisticated and authoritative’.
Joshua wins £250 in prize money, and his essay will appear shortly in Journal ...
PSA Constitution updated as at May 2010 is now ready to download. Please see below.
The next PSA meeting will take place in Leeds on Saturday, 13 March 2010.
Where: Room 76, School of English | University of Leeds | Woodhouse Lane | Leeds, LS2 9JT
Map can be found here: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/campus-life. The School of English is building number 76 on the map
he Postcolonial Studies Association and the Journal of Postcolonial Writing are pleased to announce that entries for the 2010 Postgraduate Essay Prize are now open. The competition is open to any student registered for a postgraduate degree at any institution in the world on the closing date for submission (31 March 2010). Essays must be no more than 7500 words long, must be presented in accordance in a recognised academic format (preferably corresponding to the style guidelines of the MLA or ...
CALL FOR PROPOSALS TO HOST THE PSA CONFERENCE IN 2011
The conference committee of the Postcolonial Studies Association invites proposals from parties interested in hosting the PSA conference for 2011.
Please complete proposal form below and return to the PSA Conference Committee email@example.com by 15 March 2010.
We look forward to hearing from you.
The PSA Conference Committee
The PSA Constitution is now free to download. Please follow the link below.
The Special Edition of PSA Newsletter after the PSA Conference in Waterford, Ireland is available for a free download.
PSA Newsletter No 1 August 2008