The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), in partnership with Universities South Africa (USAf), will be hosting the 2021/2022 HSRC-USAf Medal for the Social Sciences and Humanities on 12 April 2022 under the theme ‘Engaged Scholarship’.
The medal is awarded annually to scholars who have made outstanding contributions to scholarship in the social sciences and humanities through their research. The award aims to anchor and celebrate the social sciences’ role in understanding societal issues and informing policy and programmes to improve people’s lives.
With five days to go before the awards ceremony on 12 April, we introduce the third cluster of scholars and researchers nominated for recognition in the Established Researchers category, below:
The awards ceremony will be in hybrid format, with physical attendance opened to invited guests only at the Protea Hotel Fire and Ice, in Menlyn, Pretoria. Other guests will link in virtually via Zoom, for which they need to register prior to the event.