Journal of Dagaare Studies (JDS)
CALL FOR PAPERS
AIMS and SCOPE:
The Journal of Dagaare Studies strives to publish high quality peer-reviewed research articles in various areas of the Arts and Sciences that bear on the language, culture and society of the Dagaaba of West Africa. The editorial board also encourages shorter contributions in the form of paper and theses abstracts, book reviews, short stories, and reports of economic, scientific and technological developments that have direct bearing on the Dagaaba and their neighbours.
Dagaare Studies, defined to include Dagaare linguistics; Dagaare religious and philosophical studies; Dagaare literature, and creative writing in Dagaare; Dagaare performing arts; anthropological studies of the Dagaaba; Dagaare business ethics; traditional Dagaare agricultural systems, scientific and technological development in Dagao; and general socio-economic development of northwestern Ghana and, indeed, the entire West African subcontinent, constitute the scope of JDS.
Articles for JDS can be written in any of the following languages: English, French and, of course, Dagaare.
Manuscripts for publication which, in most cases, should not be
more than 4000 words and should be sent to the Editor via email at <abbodomo
at hku dot hk>
or by mail to the following address:
JDS usually has one issue per year.
JDS aims to be a widely read journal, and once your article is published you can expect to be read by subscribers including:
i. Dagaare scholars and businessmen distributed all over the world (more than 2000 potential subscribers)
ii. Users of libraries of major academic institutions in America, Asia, Africa and Europe
iii. Members of African studies
associations in parts of the world
For more information, please