Ibadan Journal of Humanistic Studies (IJHS) was established in 1981. It is an interdisciplinary forum for the presentation and discussion of issues of humanistic relevance. Its focus is on articles and discussions about the African experience and environment. Nevertheless, it allows issues that embrace the larger international order or human culture from which the African world may derive valuable comparative insights. The founding editor was Professor Ayo Banjo, now Professor Emeritus. The journal started as a bi-annual publication, but it is now published annually. Contributors to the journal and its readership cut across disciplines and nations. This accounts for its continued existence. The journal also has a website:

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print ISSN: 2141-9744