The Journal Of Nigerian Inquiry In The Humanities (Niith) seeks to;

- provide a standard journal for publications in the Humanities;

- publish research findings on current topical issues that are of interest to both public and private sectors locally and internationally

- create a forum for cross-ferlisation of ideas in the Arts, Education, the Social Sciences, Law, Management and other Humanities – based disciplines.

- publish high quality theoretical and empirical original research papers, case studies, review papers, literature reviews, book reviews, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, technical note from researchers, academicians, professional, practitioners and students in the humanities based discipline from all over the world.

About Us

Ekiti State University, Office of Research and Development (EKSUORD) was established to assist the University in improving on the perceived mandate of a typical Nigerian University (i.e. production of man-power) by redirecting the intellectual and technological resources within the University and using them to improve the overall social, economic, and industrial advancement of Ekiti State, Nigeria, and proudly exhibit and advertise potentials of research results within the University....read more

Information/Guides For Author

. Only original articles that have not been published elsewhere one invited.
• The officially recognised medium of communication in the Journal is English Language.
• Manuscripts should not exceed 15-20 pages
• An abstract of 100-200 words should be included
• Keywords should not be more than 5 (five)
• Manuscript should be typed in double-line spacing using Microsoft Word on A4 size paper using 12 font size (Times News Roman Type)
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Correspondence

Please direct  all correspondence(s) to:
Assistant Director (Training and Publications)
Dr. A. J Olatunji
Office of Research and Development
Ekiti State University
P M B 5363, Ado  Ekiti

Phone: (+234 ) 7062155697; (+234) 8089119773

E-mail:abiodun.olatunji@eksu.edu.ng

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