African Journal of
History and Culture

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Hist. Cult.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-6672
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJHC
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 170

The shared pain of a culture’s decline: A study of Femi Abodunrin’s ‘The Dancing Masquerade’

January-June 2020 - Vol 12 Num. 1

Although in recent years Africans have, through their very rich indigenous performing traditions, began once again to re-affirm the functionality of their arts, yet not many people today have tried to relate these to questions of mass mobilization and conscientization. It is   believed that African art and...

Read more

 

January-June 2020

Critical analysis of archaeological research trends in Uganda: 1920-2018

Charles Kinyera Okeny, Elizabeth Kyazike and Gilbert Gumoshabe  

January-June 2020

Pawnship labour and mediation in colonial Osun division of southwestern Nigeria

Ajayi Abiodun

January-June 2020

The shared pain of a culture’s decline: A study of Femi Abodunrin’s ‘The Dancing Masquerade’

Ogungbemi Christopher Akinola  

December 2019

Increasing participatory space in Zimbabwean local governance democracy

Jephias Mapuva  

November 2019

Oyo-Ondo relations: A study in pristine inter-group relations in Nigeria

Adegboyega Ajayi and Ajishola Omojeje

November, 2014

Therapeutic flora in Holy Quran

Ali Muhammad

November, 2014

An assessment of impact of neglect of history on political stability in African countries: The case of Cote d’Ivoire

Bassey, Joseph Robert

November, 2014

Education nexus politics in Agame Awraja during the imperial regime

Atsbha Gebreigziabher Asmelash

October 2014

Contributions of Ilorin scholars to Arabic and Islamic studies in Yoruba land: Focus on Shaykh Adam Abdullah Al-Iluri

F.O. Jamiu

November, 2014

The Role of women in Tebhaga movement in Jalpaiguri District and to preserve their identity

Shyamal Chandra Sarkar

May 2013

Bereavement: Festivities during mourning among the Tiv of Benue State, Nigeria

Moses Ichongo Ukeh

May 2013

Exploring socio-economic factors in the exploitation of girls in the eastern province of Sierra Leone

Johnson Adlyn O.

May 2013

TIV elegiac poetry

Amase, Emmanuel Lanior

December 2011

The cultural logic of racism in Richard Wright’s Native Son

  Meryem Ayan    

December 2011

A historical reflection of the University of Rabe Rashidi, Iran

  N. Behboodi, A. Kiani, A. Heydari