African Renaissance is a quarterly, high quality international journal published consistently since 2004, making it one of the longest surviving scholarly social science journals on Africa published by Africans. It is ‘two double-blind reviewed’ - meaning that each article has two reviewers, and that reviewer and author identities, in each case, are concealed from each other throughout the Review Process. The journal aims to advance both theoretical and empirical research on themes and dynamics that inform policies and practices in different African countries. The journal accepts papers that may have a continental, regional or country focus. Articles not dealing with Africa, but whose themes could be of relevance to African scholarship, are also welcome. .
African Renaissance, 1744-2532/2516-5305, started opeartions from United Kingdom in year 2004, publish paper in Social Sciences Quarterly.