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UJAH: Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities

UJAH: Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities is a multidisciplinary journal devoted to the promotion of excellence in theoretical and applied research and the dissemination of research reports as tools for learning. It publishes scholarly articles in such areas of the humanities as Igbo and other African languages and literatures, English and other European languages and literatures, Chinese and other Asian languages and literatures, History, Philosophy, Religion, Music, Theatre Arts, etc. UJAH seeks to grow the variety of human languages by maintaining a liberal language policy. Authors are encouraged to write in whatever language they are most proficient. In any case, the abstract shall be available in English

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Vol 15, No 1 (2014)

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Articles

Plato’s Theories of Knowledge and Education: an Examination of the Interpretations of Cloethe and Agyemang EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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HM Majeed 1-17
Technè, Dianoia and Mythos: Heirlooms to Comparative Study of Literature EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Chukwumah, S Enudi, E Okagbare 18-36
Subjective Welfarism, Communitarian Paternalism and the Aristotelian Quest for the Good Society EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Afolayan, F Offor 37-67
Postcolonialism and the Politics of Resistance in Ngugi Thiond’o’s Wizard of the Crow EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DM Ugwuanyi 68-90
The National World and Violent Conflict in Nigeria: An Appraisal EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MO Ikeke 91-109
Towards Quality Art Education: Challenges and Opportunities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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IE Okonkwo 110-130
Faithful Stewardship (Luke 16:1-15): An Important Part of the Solution to Corruption in Nigeria
JA Ottuh 131-165
Spatialization of Time and Temporalization of Space: A Critical Discourse on McTaggart’s Theory of the Inexistence of Time EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TR Oyelakin 166-197
A Critical Analysis of Dramaturgy and Theatricality in Okwe Agbaala EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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NM Nnyigide 198-218
Racism, Invisibility, and the Alienation of the African American in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man
SO Azumurana 219-245


ISSN: 1595-1413