The Journal of Humanities, a new online journal from Tanzania

The first issue of the peer-reviewed Journal of Humanities, a new open access journal, edited by Ahmad Kipacha in the University of Dodoma, Tanzania, is now online (click on the journal title). A second issue of this trilingual journal is currently in preparation and it is hoped will be ready before the end of the year.

Contents of Vol. 1, No. 1, 2009:

A Note on a Shared Heritage: The Bread Culture of the Waswahili of Zanzibar (Asibi Amidu)

Dunia kokwa la furu: Amali ya Misemo Mahsusi ya KiPemba (Ahmad Kipacha & Ibun Kombo)

The Politicisation of Popobawa: Changing Explanations of a Collective Panic in Zanzibar (Martin Walsh)

La Culture Dansée : un Trait d’Union Entre deux Mondes Différents. Cas du Burundi (Sylvie Hatungimana)

Early Childhood Cultural Development in Tanzania: Reflections from Key Government Documents (Lyabwene Mtahabwa)

Negotiating Boundaries of Womanhood: The Position of Women in Migrant Households in Rural Ghana (Justina Dugbazah)

Nadharia ya Mtazamo-Kike Katika Muktadha wa Kiafrika (Clara Momanyi)

Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye : A White Woman’s Afrocentric Approach to Gender Politics in Africa (Mike Kuria)

Taswira za Mwanamume Katika Nyimbo za Tohara za Waigembe (Ireri Mbaabu & John Kobia)

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