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Call for Contributions to the 2019 HELTASA Conference Special Issue

2020-04-06

This call for papers is open to presenters of papers at the 2019 HELTASA Conference held at Rhodes University from 26–29 November. Papers should both pertain to the conference theme, ‘Pedagogies in context’ and sub-themes, and to the focus of the journal.

Please submit manuscripts to the guest editors Dr Kirstin Wilmot, Professor Lynn Quinn and Professor Jo-Anne Vorster (heltasa2019@gmail.com) by 15 June 2020.

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Current Issue

Vol 7 No 2 (2019): December

This issue features 5 papers on the lie of meritocratic thinking when it comes to analysing student access and success, a critique of formal policy provisions for recognition of prior learning, literacy support in African languages and challenging monolingual writing support, factors influencing how students engage in citizenship education in a law school, and challenging normative neoliberal understandings of how junior support staff act and engage in a South African University. The issue also features two book reviews.

Published: 2019-12-20
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