The Editorial Board of the IJCRH, a trans-university, peer-reviewed journal that is indexed with the Ghana Library Board (GLB) and other leading indexing bodies, wishes to invite scholars, researchers and practitioners from all areas of the Humanities to send in their papers and research findings for review and possible publication in the Volume 22 (Numbers 1&2), which is expected to be published in December, 2020. Timelines: 2nd September 2020 end of submission. 3rd September commencement of review and tos and fros from contributors, acceptance of articles and publication in December 2020.
Entries should be in MLA 7th edition or APA 6th edition documentation style.
Osakue S. Omoera, Ph.D., FIMIM, M.Sonta, M.ACSPN
The International Journal of Current Research in the Humanities (IJCRH) is a trans-university, peer-reviewed journal that is based in the Department of Communication Studies, Faculty of Arts, College of Humanities and Legal Studies, University of Cape Coast, Ghana. It is indexed with the Ghana Library Board (GLB) and it is at different stages of evaluation by other leading indexing bodies. Its aim is to provide a forum for the ventilation of current ideas, thoughts and opinions in the arts, humanities and cognate areas for the improvement of the human condition and the promotion of the cause and course of humanity. IJCRH provides a platform for academicians, scholars, researchers and practitioners from all areas of arts and humanities to publish their papers and research findings. It publishes only original research papers and review papers. The submitted paper should meet some criteria such as: originality, unpublished or/ not submitted to any other journal. We publish papers on a variety of topics, contexts and analytic strategies that examine the quickly evolving relationship between human beings and the environment.
Its aim is to publish scholarly papers in the broad areas of arts and humanities. Brief notes, comments on published works, creative works, book reviews, among others, are also welcome.
To make the journal as a hub for academic, professional and contextual research excellence in the broad areas of arts and humanities to optimize its international reputation and improve the human condition.
To provide an international open access platform for researchers, artists of different persuasions or authors to publish their academic and creative writing for social cause
To encourage literacy and numeracy aimed at critical thinking
To impart the importance of the humanities as a tool for employment and social responsibility around the world
Philip Arthur Gborsong, University of Cape Coast, Ghana