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: 159

The unwritten historical perspectives of Akan spokespersons staffs

January 2019 - Vol 11 Num. 1

The Akan of Ghana are one of the ‘richest’ ethnic groups in the country. They are known to be the first ethnic group that settled in Ghana, hence the reason for the name “kan (e)” which means ‘the first’. There are several subgroups that are classified under the eight main clans of the...

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January 2019

The unwritten historical perspectives of Akan spokespersons staffs

Eric Appau Asante, Alice Korkor Ebeheakey, Kwame Opoku-Bonsu and John (Junior) Cornah

December 2018

Muslim settlement in a Christian environment in the city of Dolisie (Republic of Congo) from 1937 to 2007

Martin Pariss Vounou and Célestin Désiré Niama  

December 2018

Revisiting the socio-economic implications of local-level political competition in Harena, Northern Ethiopia

Abraha Weldu Haile-Mariam

November 2018

Theorizing Namummaa: Oromo relational philosophy (Oromos’ Gift to the World)

Wake Jeo Gerbi  

September 2018

The use of the History of Science to improve the understanding of the thematic of reproduction: A study with students of secondary school

Francisco Silva, Andreia Carneiro-Carvalho and Isilda Rodrigues

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