African Humanities Series
The African Humanities Series initiative became a catalyst for producing new knowledge by emerging scholars. The program provided a subvention to publish fellows’ monographs that meet international standards. In 2010, the AHP selection committee recommended the launch of “a landmark series in the African humanities” with a view to publishing fellows’ outputs that can have practical value in teaching and research while at the same time showcasing the best in African humanities research to the international scholarly community. After a thorough selection process and vetting to ensure originality and quality of research, selected manuscripts received support for publication, including developmental editing and rigorous peer review.
To date, twenty-two books with topics in African histories, languages, literatures, and cultures have been published in the series. The current Series Editor is Fred Hendricks, Rhodes University, South Africa. With the sun-setting of the AHP, the Series will be maintained by the African Humanities Association (AHA).
Bryson G. Nkhoma
De-Valera NYM Botchway
Laury L. Ocen
Jeremiah O. Arowosegbe
Okaka Opio Dokotum
Theresah Patrine Ennin
Music and Urban Youth Identities: A Study of Ghetto Youth in Contemporary Culture and Politics in Zimbabwe
Doreen Rumbidzai Tivenga
Sule E. Egya
Parading Respectability: The Cultural and Moral Aesthetics of the Christmas Bands Movement in the Western Cape, South Africa
The Anglophone Literary-Linguistic Continuum: English and Indigenous Languages in African Literary Discourse