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Mgbakoigba: Journal of African Studies

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Mgbakoigba welcomes original and incisive contributions engaging historical and contemporary issues relevant to the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Environmental Sciences, especially as they affect the field of African Studies. Its main emphasis is to generate and construct a new agenda for approaching history, methodology and theory in African knowledge production. Considering new frameworks for reflecting and addressing issues arising from the present context of economic, political, cultural and technological changes, the journal aims to establish a platform to revisit the grand teleological narration of progress and modernity where Africa has always been denied intellectual agency and subjectivity.  The editors seek research papers and innovative essays engaging new debates, exhibition review essays, cultural events, responses to contemporary cultural criticisms in the relevant disciplines. All work submitted are subject to peer review. All submissions must not exceed 6, 000 word papers. 

All manuscripts and inquiries should be directed to the editor: Dr. Okechukwu Nwafor;  Email: mgbakoigba@gmail.com

 


Vol 8, No 1 (2019)

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Articles

Developing the capacity of Nigerian teachers in training through constructive alignment principles EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Bakky Ngozi Adirika 1-9
The creative environments of human beings and animals: who is the architect and what is architecture? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Bons N. Obiadi, A.O. Onochie, Peter Umo Uduak 10-41
The paradox of life and death: a Christian perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mercy Uwaezuoke Chukwuedo 42-49
Where is home for the Abuja, Nigeria urban poor? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Bons N. Obiadi, A.O. Onochie, Peter Umo Uduak 50-74
Teaching sociology of education in south-eastern Nigeria universities for sustainable development: challenges and prospects EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ugochukwu Ifeyinwa Offor 75-87
The impact of conflict on health outcomes: a systematic evidence from sub-saharan Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nathaniel Awojobi Oladayo 88-100
Depression among women: symptoms, causes, intervention and preventive strategies by guidance counsellors EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Amaka S. Obineli 101-109
The significance and use of cultural symbols in the contemporary African society: Igbo symbols as a paradigm EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Gladys Ifeoma Udechukwu 110-116
Significance of animal motifs in indigenous Uli body and wall paintings EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nkiruka Jane Uju Nwafor 117-133


ISSN: 2346-7126
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