Aims & Scope
The ASN Research Bulletin was created in 2020 as a platform for reflection on the unfolding crisis precipitated by the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond. The aim of the Bulletin is to generate a regular forum for debate and critical reflection among progressive forces across the South, based on empirical, historical, and theoretical analysis.
The Bulletin is an online publication with short interventions of political or theoretical nature, with contributions ranging between 2,000-3,000 words. The Bulletin began as a monthly publication and today is published every two months. The thematic focus of each issue reflects current and urgent social questions which lend themselves to comparative analysis and/or learning across various social and political terrains of the South.
- Lyn Ossome (Editor in Chief), University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
- Manish Kumar, University of Delhi, India
- Damián Lobos, National Institute of Agricultural Technologies, Argentina
- Freedom Mazwi, The Sam Moyo African Institute for Agrarian Studies, Zimbabwe