The African Humanities Series

The African Humanities Series is a partnership between the African Humanities Program (AHP) of the American Council of Learned Societies and academic publishers NISC (Pty) Ltd. The Series covers topics in African histories, languages, literatures, philosophies, politics and cultures. Submissions are solicited from Fellows of the AHP, which is administered by the American Council of Learned Societies and financially supported by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. 

African Humanities Program PublicationsAmerican Council of Learned SocietiesCarnegie Corporation of New York

Book proposals are submitted to the AHP editorial board which manages the peer review process and selects manuscripts for publication by NISC. The African Humanities Series aims to publish works of the highest quality that will foreground the best research being done by emerging scholars in the five Carnegie designated countries Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda. Books in the series are intended to speak to scholars in Africa as well as in other areas of the world.

African Personhood and Applied Ethics
African Personhood and
Appled Ethics



 
Claude E. Ake - the making of an organic intellectual
Boxing is no Cakewalk!
Azumah ‘Ring Professor’
Nelson in the Social
History of Ghanaian
Boxing
Claude E. Ake - the making of an organic intellectual
Claude E. Ake - the
making of an organic
intellectual


 
Consensus as Democracy in Africa
Consensus as
Democracy in Africa



 
Gender Terrains in African Cinema
Gender Terrains in African
Cinema



 
Hollywood and Africa: Recycling the ‘Dark Continent’ Myth from 1908–2020
Hollywood and Africa -
Recycling the 'Dark
Continent' Myth,
1908-2020

 
Indigenous Shona Philosophy: Reconstructive Insights
Indigenous Shona
Philosophy:
Reconstructive Insights


 
Language and the Construction of Multiple Identities in the Nigerian Novel
Language and the
Construction of Multiple 
Identities in the Nigerian 
Novel

 
Nation, power and dissidence in third generation Nigerian poetry in English
Nation, power and
dissidence in third
generation Nigerian
poetry in English

 
Parading Respectability
Parading Respectability 



 
African Journalism Studies
The Anglophone
Literary-Linguistic 
Continuum


 
Unshared Identity
Unshared Identity



 
What the forest told me: Yoruba hunter, culture and narrative performance
What the forest told me:
Yoruba hunter, culture
and narrative
performance

 
White Narratives: The depiction of post-2000 land invasions in Zimbabwe
White Narratives: The
depiction of post-2000
land invasions in
Zimbabwe

 
 Women, visibility and morality in Kenyan popular media
Women, visibility and
morality in Kenyan
popular media


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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- Author - African Journal of Range & Forage Science
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- Stan Pillar, Editor of the African Journal of Marine Science (1996-2013)
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- Graham Baker, Editor of the South African Journal of Science (1973-2008)
The biggest development in the history of Quaestiones Mathematicae was the association with NISC and to have the journal running in a very stable way without severe financial concerns.
- Barry Green, QM Editor
A very supportive, personal and committed editorial team, which takes quality of the work very seriously. I learned a lot through the experience of publishing with Anthropology Southern Africa, and felt supported throughout the process.
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