Manuscripts should be typed double-spaced in A4 format, using Times New Roman 12 font size, and must not exceed seven thousand (7000) words in length (including references). Articles far in excess of that length will not be considered. A 250-word abstract and five keywords should also precede the paper. The author's full name (with surname underlined), institutional affiliation, bio-data, phone number and e-mail address should appear on a separate page. Illustrations and heavy graphic works are not encouraged, unless absolutely indispensable to the argument.

IJHS in-house style is the in-text (Lamidi, 2021: 56).

The references should be collected together at the end and alphabetically arranged: Author's name (Surname first), year of publication, title of paper, title of book/journal, place of publication and publishers.

Yeku, James, 2016. “Akpos Don Come Again: The Nigerian Cyberpop Hero as Trickster,” Journal of African Cultural Studies, Vol. 28, No. 3, 245-261.
Mamdani, Mahmood, 2020. Neither Settler nor Native: The Making and Unmaking of Permanent Minorities. Cambridge, Mass.: The Belknap Press).

All consecutively numbered notes should appear at the end of the article. These are not to be mixed with the references. Submitted manuscripts are subjected to peer review at the discretion of the editor(s). In order to maintain the anonymity necessary for the review process, authors are advised to keep all self-referencing to the barest minimum. Book reviews (800-1000 words) or review articles (1500-2000 words) should also be forwarded to the editor through the journal's email address indicated above.

For further enquiries, please feel free to contact the editor: Adeshina Afolayan (

Journal Identifiers

print ISSN: 2141-9744