The latest innovations at The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa (TD) are the call to regular readers and contributors to the journal to contribute book reviews to the journal.
Dr. Gerhard Genis of the University of Pretoria was recently appointed as Book Review Editor at TD. The prime objective is for us to gain speed on the latest trends in the field. We are eager to inform our community of transdisciplinary practice of the latest and relevant current publication in the fields multi- inter-and transdisciplinary (MIT) research.
Our journal’s current focus is mostly on Southern African trends and empirical research. However, we would like to broaden the horizon and secure insights for our readers on international trends in the field. Book reviews can make a substantial contribution to exposure to the latest trendsetting explorations in the field.
We will constantly be on the lookout for new publications and secure review copies (at least in digital format) of recent publications from the publishers.
It would also be useful if fellow MIT researchers can inform us of new publications. If need be.
Our Book Review Editor can engage with publishers on behalf of our volunteering reviewers. We will then engage with publishers.
If our pool of contributing journal authors has new publications out, we would love to secure a copy for the journal review.
The book reviews will primarily be community service contributions. Reviews of publications are not accredited research items. However, in-depth literature studies and historiographical explorations, as well as theoretical and methodological articles, will still qualify for consideration as accredited peer review publications in TD.
Please feel free to communicate as soon as possible with Gerhard Genis at email@example.com. If you have a book publication or would like to review a specific title, please send the details. Always please include the complete bibliographical information for us to follow up with the publishers.