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ISI: International Scientific Indexing
E-ISSN 2488-9210
P-ISSN 2504- 9038
Publisher Name AUGUSTINIAN INSTITUTE
Email info@gwebuikejournals.com
Language ENGLISH
Starting Year 2015
Discipline AFRICAN STUDIES
Frequency Quaterly
Website www.igwebuikejournals.com
Country Nigeria
Accessing Method FREE ACCESS
Articles Format PDF
License Type Normal
Impact Factor

0.631 (2015)

   
Description Igwebuike: An African Journal of Arts and Humanities is a journal published by the Augustinian Institute in collaboration with the Association of African Traditional Religion and Philosophy Scholars (AATREPS). IAAJAH is purely dedicated to the publication of original academic papers in the areas of the Arts and Humanities. Results of research are presented as fresh theories, hypotheses, and analyses of new ideas or discoveries. Extensions of existing theories and review of books of this nature are also covered within the standard range of this journal. The journal has a vision to put Africa and African intellectuals on the global map. The aim of founding IGWEBUIKE: AN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES is to make it a world class academic journal with a global brand that would thrive on standard, quality and originality. It is published twice a year with a maximum of ten (10) articles including book reviews in each volume. Articles are welcomed from any of the following areas: Anthropology, cross-cultural studies, education, ethics, history, international relations, law, linguistics, methodology, philosophy, political science, population Studies, psychology, sociology, social welfare, literature, performing arts (music, theatre & dance), religious studies, visual arts, women studies etc. It would be preferred if articles for publication address issues from an African perspective.


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