SUPPORTS DISCUSSIONS THAT HELP
YOUNG POSTGRADUATES DEVELOP
THEIR CRITICAL AND LATERAL THINKING SKILLS

SUPPORTS DISCUSSIONS THAT HELP
YOUNG POSTGRADUATES DEVELOP
THEIR CRITICAL AND LATERAL THINKING SKILLS

SUPPORTS DISCUSSIONS THAT HELP
YOUNG POSTGRADUATES DEVELOP
THEIR CRITICAL AND LATERAL THINKING SKILLS

What is the Emerging Scholars Imprint (ESI)?

There are very few sites that specifically encourage younger scholars to publish their opinions on complex issues. This open-access platform is for emerging scholars looking to comment on current affairs, generate wider interest in their areas of research and to start developing their professional publishing profile.

ESI wants to support discussions that help young postgraduates develop their critical and lateral thinking skills, please see our submission guidelines.

Our peer review panel(ESI PEER REVIEW PANEL – Prof Siona O’Connell, Prof Nick Shepherd, Prof Noeleen Murray-Cooke, Prof Molly Brown, Prof Francois Steyn, Prof Amanda du Preez, Dr Nontembeko Bila, Dr Angela Thomas, Dr Stephen Symons, Dr Nadia Kamies, Ms Jervin Naidoo, Heather Thuynsma and Dominique Niemand) from across the globe along with a team of professional editors will work with you to develop your ideas and encourage a truly fact-based public discourse. Your views will be promoted through our growing network of universities in South Africa, across the African continent and through our international university partners.

ESI was started and is supported by the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Pretoria.

SUBMIT YOUR WORKING PAPER

Faculty members and Postdocs can submit a working paper to ESI here.
Please indicate this is a working paper by selecting “Working Paper” under the subject heading.

Author Details


Personal Details


Article Upload


(File Type: .doc , .docx & Max. File Size:6MB)

I agree copyright terms.

Contact CAST

Please send us an email if you have any queries about our programme.

Not readable? Change text. captcha txt

Start typing and press Enter to search