Editorial Policies and Guidelines for Contributors
African Nebula is interested in original works that add to existing knowledge in African studies. As a multi-lingual journal, the journal accepts papers written in English, French and Yoruba. Interested scholars and researchers in the fields of humanities and the social sciences are free to submit well-researched articles and book reviews via email attachments in Microsoft Word format to firstname.lastname@example.org
Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced using Times New Roman font size 12. Citations should be in-text. Footnotes or endnotes should be used sparingly and only if it is absolutely necessary. The total number of words including references should not exceed 8000 words. Each manuscript should be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 250 words. The journal accepts only British spellings. The examples below illustrate the journal’s preferred reference style.
Singh, D.M. (1996). Indo-Nigerian Economic Relations. New Delhi: Kalinga Publications.
Hawley, J.C. (Ed). (2008). India in Africa, Africa in India: Indian Ocean Cosmopolitanisms. Indiana: Indiana University Press.
Chapters in an edited works
Toyo, E. (1998). ‘Economics as an aid to History.’ In: M.B. Abasiattai (Ed.), Expanding Frontiers of African History: The Interdisciplinary Methodology, (pp.77-105). Calabar: University of Calabar Press.
Agbu, O. (2008). ‘Nigeria-India Relations under South-South Cooperation.’ Nigerian Journal of International Affairs. 34 (1), 32-51.
Akinrinade, S., and Ogen, O. (2008). ‘Globalization and De-industrialization: South-South Neo-Liberalism and the Collapse of the Nigerian Textile Industry’ The Global South 2 (2), 159-170
Adenekan, S. ‘Nigeria Should Learn Agricultural Financing from India.’ The Punch, Friday 01 January 2010.
Each article for consideration should be accompanied by a separate cover sheet indicating the title of the paper and the institutional affiliation of the author. For the purpose of blind peer-review, the first page of each article should not bear the name(s) of the author(s). The editors expect precision in presentation. All enquiries should be addressed to Olukoya Ogen, Editor-in-Chief, African Nebula at email@example.com