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Lisa Maskell Fellowships

Dossier: Lisa Maskell Fellowships

angelegt am 07.12.2018 von Judith Wonke

The Lisa Maskell Fellowship programme was initiated in 2014 to support universities and young scholars in Africa as well as in Southeast Asia. The programme, named after the Foundations founder Lisa Maskell, is the largest international support programme for PhD students in the history of the Foundation. It aims to counter the outflow of qualified young scholars and to ensure the doctoral students enjoy excellent academic training. During summer 2018, an interview series was initiated in order to introduce the fellows and their projects to a larger public. 

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Jana Frey | 26.07.2018 | 616 Aufrufe | Interviews

Serah Kasembeli: The Ghost of Memory: Literary Representations of Slavery in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Lisa Maskell Fellowships at Stellenbosch University, South Africa

In 2014, the Gerda Henkel Foundation initiated a scholarship programme supporting young humanities scholars from Africa and Southeast Asia in honour of the foundation's founder, Lisa Maskell. It is…

Serah Kasembeli: The Ghost of Memory: Literary Representations of Slavery in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Serah Kasembeli from Kenya

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Jana Frey | 19.07.2018 | 502 Aufrufe | Interviews

Tesfatsion Abiyo: Language and Identity in the Ethiopian University System: A Case Study of Addis Ababa University

Lisa Maskell Fellowships at Stellenbosch University, South Africa

In 2014, the Gerda Henkel Foundation initiated a scholarship programme supporting young humanities scholars from Africa and Southeast Asia in honour of the foundation's founder, Lisa Maskell. It is…

Tesfatsion Abiyo: Language and Identity in the Ethiopian University System: A Case Study of Addis Ababa University

Tesfatsion Abiyo from Ethiopia

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Jana Frey | 12.07.2018 | 910 Aufrufe | Interviews

Amon Mwine: Promoters of Gender Equality? A Study of the Social Construction of Specific Male Parliamentarians as “Male Champions” in Uganda

Lisa Maskell Fellowships at Stellenbosch University, South Africa

In 2014, the Gerda Henkel Foundation initiated a scholarship programme supporting young humanities scholars from Africa and Southeast Asia in honour of the foundation's founder, Lisa Maskell. It is…

Amon Mwine: Promoters of Gender Equality? A Study of the Social Construction of Specific Male Parliamentarians as “Male Champions” in Uganda

Amon Mwine from Uganda

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Jana Frey | 05.07.2018 | 737 Aufrufe | Interviews

Lloyd Melusi Maphosa: A Historical Analysis of Joint Stock Companies in the Cape Colony, 1862-1910

Lisa Maskell Fellowships at Stellenbosch University, South Africa

In 2014, the Gerda Henkel Foundation initiated a scholarship programme supporting young humanities scholars from Africa and Southeast Asia in honour of the foundation's founder, Lisa Maskell. It is…

Lloyd Melusi Maphosa: A Historical Analysis of Joint Stock Companies in the Cape Colony, 1862-1910

Lloyd Melusi Maphosa from Zimbabwe

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Jana Frey | 28.06.2018 | 1278 Aufrufe | Interviews

Elijah Doro: A Socio-Environmental History of Commercial Tobacco Farming in Southern Rhodesia and Zimbabwe, 1893-2000s

Lisa Maskell Fellowships at Stellenbosch University, South Africa

In 2014, the Gerda Henkel Foundation initiated a scholarship programme supporting young humanities scholars from Africa and Southeast Asia in honour of the foundation's founder, Lisa Maskell. It is…

Elijah Doro: A Socio-Environmental History of Commercial Tobacco Farming in Southern Rhodesia and Zimbabwe, 1893-2000s

Elijah Doro from Zimbabwe

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Jana Frey | 21.06.2018 | 1018 Aufrufe | Interviews

Yustina Komba: The Impact of Coffee Production on Land Use and Local Ecology in Mbinga District, Tanzania, from the 1950s to 2000

Lisa Maskell Fellowships at Stellenbosch University, South Africa

In 2014, the Gerda Henkel Foundation initiated a scholarship programme supporting young humanities scholars from Africa and Southeast Asia in honour of the foundation's founder, Lisa Maskell. It is…

Yustina Komba: The Impact of Coffee Production on Land Use and Local Ecology in Mbinga District, Tanzania, from the 1950s to 2000

Yustina Komba from Tanzania

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Jana Frey | 14.06.2018 | 1218 Aufrufe | Interviews

Bryan Kauma: “Selling the colony”: Propaganda and the making of Southern Rhodesia society, 1890-1979

Lisa Maskell Fellowships at Stellenbosch University, South Africa

In 2014, the Gerda Henkel Foundation initiated a scholarship programme supporting young humanities scholars from Africa and Southeast Asia in honour of the foundation's founder, Lisa Maskell. It is…

Bryan Kauma: “Selling the colony”: Propaganda and the making of Southern Rhodesia society, 1890-1979

Lisa Maskell Fellow Bryan Kauma from Zimbabwe

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