List of humanities journals

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The following is a partial list of humanities journals, for academic study and research in the humanities There are thousands of humanities journals in publication, and many more have been published at various points in the past. The list given here is far from exhaustive, and contains only the most influential, currently publishing journals in each field. As a rule of thumb, each field should be represented by about 5 examples, chosen for their current academic importance.

Note: there are many important academic magazines that are not true peer-reviewed journals. They are not listed here.

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Art history[edit]

Development studies[edit]

International Journal of Studies in the Humanities {} nternational journal of students in the Humanities (IJOSH) is an annual journal of the intentional association of studies in the Humanities. This journal is based in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The international journal of studies in the Humanities is established to promote intercourse between public administration, psychology, political science, economics, management, development studies, sociology, Arts, and other related areas. The journal attempts to equip the practitioners with knowledge through the publication of empirical researches and theoretical papers in their areas of specialization. It is an annual journal published in August of every year. The journal calls for articles which cover all areas of human relations, human relation, human life, qualities and feelings, social processes and culture. Other research finding s on contemporary social science issues involving political analysis of apparent psychological issues, ways of improving administrative behaviours in the public and private sectors of the economy, new philosophical ideologies that will meet the challenge of the modern times, collaborative, collaborative researches between administrations, sociologists, psychologists, educationists, economists, and political scientists on social problems are welcome. Manuscripts, which are original and unpublished on research – based articles, or reviews on social and other related areas of humanity, are accepted on the clear understanding that no substantial part has been, or will be published elsewhere, and that they remain the copyright of the international journal of studies in the Humanities (IJOSH).



Oriental studies[edit]


Philosophy and ethics[edit]


Theology and religious studies[edit]


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