Skip to main content Accessibility help
Cambridge Core Share 1200 x 150
  • ISSN: 0021-8537 (Print), 1469-5138 (Online)
  • Editors: Professor Shane Doyle Eastern and Horn of Africa, University of Leeds, UK, Professor Marissa Moorman Central and Southern Africa, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, Professor Moses Ochonu North and Western Africa, Vanderbilt University, USA, Professor Daniel Magaziner Yale University, USA, and Dr Samuel Severson
  • Editorial board
The Journal of African History (JAH) publishes articles and book reviews ranging widely over the African past, from ancient times to the present. Historical approaches to all time periods are welcome. The thematic range is equally broad, covering social, economic, political, cultural, and intellectual history. Recent articles have explored diverse themes including: labour and class, gender and sexuality, health and medicine, ethnicity and race, migration and diaspora, nationalism and state politics, religion and ritual, and technology and the environment.
Submit your paper here

Latest content

Area Studies « Cambridge Core Blog

History & Classics - FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press

  • The Atrocity of Hunger can be Averted for Millions in Somalia
  • 30 September 2022, Helene J. Sinnreich
  • “Never Again,” the campaign to end extreme hunger emerged out of the 2011 famine in Somalia, yet today, in Somalia, seven and a half million people are facing The post The Atrocity of Hunger can be Averted for Millions in Somalia first appeared on FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press....

Facebook - The Journal of African History