In South Africa, scholarly publishers contribute less than 1% of annual publishing output; the situation is even bleaker in other African countries, most of which do not have active university presses. And yet they play a key role in making knowledge available to a general audience and projecting the voices of scholars on the continent. Prof Maria Frahm Arp, Prof Crain Soudien, Prof Sarah Mosoetsa and Dr Divine Fuh plunge into this debate, prompted by Veronica Klipp.
Sep 11 2020
Industry Behind The Scenes • Facilitator: Veronica Klipp | Participants: Prof Maria Frahm Arp, Prof Crain Soudien, Dr Divine Fuh, Prof Sarah Mosoetsa