Imbizo : International Journal of African Literary and Comparative Studies is a scholarly and peer-reviewed journal of the department of English studies at the University of South Africa. The journal aims to foster critical debates on African Literary Theory, cultural studies, history and popular culture. The journal publishes original research articles, review articles and important conference proceedings on theoretical and practical perspectives that expand knowledge on discourses on the Africanisation of the processes of Africa’s literary creations.
International Journal of Educational Development in Africa
IJEDA welcomes papers on African education particularly relevant to key theories of development about human capital, modernisation, politics, democratisation, capabilities, social reproduction, inequalities, dependencies, marginalisation, social control and violence, as well as key global developmental issues affecting education in Africa such as the roles of capitalism and socialism, green or sustainable development, religion, gender, international aid, the role of international organisations and agreements (e.g. the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child), health and HIV/AIDS, issues of access, quality and outcomes, conflict and post-conflict contexts, private education, culture and education, vocational education and employment, poverty reduction, corruption, disasters and emergencies (and humanitarian responses), globalisation, literacy.