Program Type: Project

Publishing Experiences

Dr. I-Chief Fang, National Tsing Hua University Dr. Fei-Wen Liu, Academia Sinica Dr. Wen-Chin Chang, Academia Sinica

Advice for Writing and Publishing

Paul Kratoska on Titles Paul Nerney on What Makes a Good Title Paul Nerney on Abstracts Paul Nerney on Key Words Linda Grove & Paul Kratoska on the Literature Review Susan Nerney on Moderating Claims Paul Kratoska on Submitting an Article Linda Grove & Paul Kratoska on Writing for an International Audience Linda Grove & Paul Kratoska on Choosing a Journal Paul Kratoska on Predatory Journals Revise & Resubmit: What Editors Look for When They Receive an Article Paul Kratoska on Desk Rejects Getting Published: What Editors Look For

Next Generation Social Sciences: How and Where We Work

The Next Generation Social Sciences program model responds to an emerging dilemma within higher education in the global South caused by the extraordinary emphasis on increasing undergraduate enrollment without proportionate investment in faculty development—a situation that erodes the ability of universities to produce the next generation of researchers, leaders, and practitioners.

Lecture Series

The APN Lecture series provides an avenue for influential thinkers, practitioners, policy makers, and activists to reflect on and speak to the critical issues and challenges facing African peacebuilding.

Kujenga Amani Podcast

Recorded at various workshops, conferences, and meetings organized by the APN, these podcasts are disseminated with the intention of mapping emerging challenges and responding to knowledge and policy gaps, while simultaneously connecting peacebuilding conversations within Africa to those in other parts of the world in an open and constructive manner.

Kujenga Amani

Kujenga Amani (Swahili for “building peace”) is a digital forum for the exchange of ideas and information on peacebuilding in Africa. A project of the African Peacebuilding Network (APN), it serves as a space for connecting researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and organizations working on diverse aspects of peacebuilding, a venue for conversations about the critical challenges confronting peacebuilding in conflict-affected regions of the continent, and a laboratory for probing the connections between African and global peace and security.

Root Causes of Polarization

The goal of this group is to further formulate key issues and a research agenda on the problem of polarization with the aim of establishing a broad and significant interdisciplinary research program involving the psychological, biological, and social sciences.

Networks and Linguistic Autocatalysis

The project will now focus on examining how semantic networks (of language, concepts, and symbols) interact and produce collective memory, engaging more directly with scholars in behavioral economic and mathematics.

Contextual Knowledge and Field Experimentation

The purpose of this project is to provide a platform through which to facilitate connections across disciplines that could make the inclusion of cultural and other context more accessible for field experimentation work.

Race and Capitalism

The Race and Capitalism project is a multi-institution collaboration that seeks to reinvigorate, strengthen and deepen scholarship on how processes of racialization within the U.S. shaped capitalist society and economy and how capitalism has simultaneously shaped processes of racialization.

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