Scholarly and General Publications

Scholarly and General Publications


revisioningTitle: Re-Visioning Humanistic Studies
Editors: A.E. Eruvbetine and Udu Yakubu
Year of Publication: 2009
ISBN: 978-978-489482-1
Pages: 508 + xvi
Re-Visioning Humanistic Studies is a collection of thirty-four essays that display wide varieties of thought and approach in [re]conceptualizing, Read…..

the fictionTitle: The Fiction of Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo: Issues and Perspectives
Editor: Patrick Oloko
Year of Publication: 2008
ISBN: 978-35639-9-8
Pages: 295 + ix
Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo is a multiple award-winning author of over a dozen highly-rated and positively-reviewed works in the fields of prose fiction and children’s literature. Read…..

Title: Teaching Science in Secondary Schools:
A Methodology Handbook
Author: Stella Y. Erinosho
Year of Publication: 2008
ISBN: 978-35639-9-8
Pages 172 + xii
Teaching Science in Secondary Schools serves as a comprehensive, up-to-date and accessible resource and reference material for teachers and students of Science. Read……

issues in schoolTitle: Issues in School Organisation
Editors: S.Y. Erinosho, M.O. Arikewuyo & B.J.  Ogunkola
Year of Publication: 2005
ISBN: 978-37601-3-0
Pages: 232 + xii
Issues in School Organisation, provides readers with a wealth of useful, stimulating and well-articulated reflections on issues which in Read…….

Meaning and Usages of EnglishTitle: Meanings and Usages of Similar English words
Author: Justice A.A. Kolajo
Year of Publication: 2005
ISBN: 978-37601-2-2
Pages: 125 + x
Meanings and Usages of Similar English Words discusses similarly pronounced English words. It explains some confusing words with similar spellings but different meanings. Read…...

Title: Troubled Dust
Author: Onuora Nzekwu
Year of Publication: 2012
ISBN: 978-978-48948-8-3
Pages: 454 + v
Forty years after the Nigerian Civil War ended and after so much had been said and written about the War by experts from various fields of endeavour, one of Read…..

fracturesTitle: Fractures and Fragments (Short Stories)
Author: Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo
Year of Publication: 2006
ISBN: 978-37601-9-X

Pages: 126 + v
Fractures and Fragments capture’s various fervid and soulstirring scenes that pose critical questions to perceptive minds. It is filled with Read…..

Title: Echoes in the Mind (Short Stories)
Author: Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo
Year of Publication: 2004
ISBN: 978-37601-1-4
Pages: 169 + v
Echoes in the Mind is a collection of short stories ranging from the ordinary to the bizarre. In this realistic portrayal of life in its varied Read…..

church managementTitle: Church Management and Administration (Second Edition)
Author: Venerable (Dr.) S. Bayo Odukoya
Year of Publication: 2015
ISBN: 978-978-51256-6-5
Pages 218 + xxiii

Church Management and Administration (Second Edition) explores the critical elements that make for the growth and development of modern churches. Read…..

Evening of my doubtTitle: Evening of My Doubt
Author: Rotimi Fasan
Year of Publication: 2001
ISBN: 978-35639-1-2

Pages: 107 + vi
Evening of My Doubt explores the endless vista of contraries associated with living and dying in contemporary human society. Read ……

seventh manTitle: The Seventh Man
Author: Joy Oti
Year of Publication: 2011
ISBN: 978-978-48948-7-6
Pages: 200 + vi
The Seventh Man is a beautifully written work of prose, which narrates the experience of Lulu, a vivacious teenager, whose life is transformed by an experience in a faraway country. Read….

Journal of Cultural Studies

  • About the Journal
  • Issues
  • Prospective Contributors
  • Index of Contributors

About the JournalJournal of Cultural Studies is an international journal which explores critical perceptions of culture from within Africa, and engages other cultures and civilizations in varying modes of global discourses that could significantly impact upon the African imagination and experience. Its dimensions of interest include oral and written literatures, languages, performance arts, the media, high and popular culture, and such humanistic and social disciplines and issues that are of some specific or general cultural interest. Established in 1999 by the African Cultural Institute, Lagos, as an independent tool for research development in Africa, its current focus significantly transcends the limits of an immediate African ideology. Necessarily, it seeks to interact with various local and global cultures, and to position itself to capture emergent cultural trends and challenges. Its positioning, essentially, aims to understand genuinely humanistic, multicultural, multidisciplinary and  post-modernist engagements and tempers in terms of structures, scopes, contents, forms and strategies.

Editorial Collective

Editor  Udu Yakubu

Associate Editor Anthonia Makwemoisa (National Open Univ. of Nigeria)

Editorial Board

Kofi Anyidoho, University of Ghana, Legon
H.O. Kaya, University of North West, South Africa
Lekan Oyegoke, University of Botswana
Babatunde Ahonsi, Population Council
Cyril Obi, Social Science Research Council
Ibrahim Bello-Kano, Bayero University
Ayodeji Olukoju, Caleb University, Lagos
Samson Dare, Olabisi Onabanjo University.
Niyi Okunoye, Obafemi Awolowo University
Sulaiman Adebowale, Amalion Publishing, Dakar
Patrick Oloko, University of Lagos.

Osita Ezeliora, Olabisi Onabanjo University

Contributors’ Guide

Manuscripts submitted to Journal of Cultural Studies should normally not exceed 25 A4 pages, typed double-spaced and in three (3) copies. Bibliographic referencing within and at the end of each paper should follow any of the standard bibliographic styles. Contributors are only required to be consistent in whatever style they adopt.

An abstract of between 150 and 200 words, and a cover page, which indicates the full name and brief bio-data of the author, should accompany each submission. The cover page should be typed separately from the manuscript, which will be sent out, under anonymity, to assessors. Papers submitted to Journal of Cultural Studies should be original in content. They should not be under consideration by any other publication, except the editors are informed at the time of submission. The editors also welcome review articles, book and film reviews, original creative writings,