The mission of APAS is to create a platform where researchers and academicians will explore themselves in creating and promoting new ideas with the aim of reconstructing, representing, and promoting African history and cultural study along African centered and inter-generational lines.

Core African Research and Scholarship

Active Participation and Collaboration

Large Network of Scholars and Experts

African Development and Sustainability

Work Areas

Discovery and Sustainable Development

Philosophy Anthropology Political Science Education Art Int. Relations Religious Studies Psychology

Understanding existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language is a quest that deepens with the introduction of new philosophical schemas and findings. Such studies have exhibited outstanding arguments, contradictions and above all; resulted in the definition of every known academic discipline. However, there are more underlying and new questions that need to be solved or answered.

APAS is geared towards the development and exposure of African philosophers who aim to present African views, ideas and themes, or philosophy that uses distinct African philosophical methods. While some are focused on defining the term African philosophy, others have picked up facets such as Epistemology, Metaphysics, Logic, Axiology and lots more.

JASSD is a journal published by the Association for the Promotion of African Studies (APAS) which is purely dedicated to the publication of original academic papers in the areas of Arts and Humanities.
New series of JASSD are published periodically with about 10 research articles including book reviews in each publication. Recently released series include;
  • JASSD Volume 3. No. 1 | 2020
  • JASSD Volume 2. No. 8 | 2019
  • JASSD Volume 2. No. 7 | 2019
  • Research articles are welcomed from any of the following areas: Anthropology, cross-cultural studies, education, ethics, history, international relations, law, linguistics, methodology, philosophy, political science, population Studies, psychology, sociology, social welfare, literature, performing arts (music, theatre & dance), religious studies, visual arts, women studies etc. It would be preferred if articles for publication address issues from an African perspective.

    The vision of APAS is to be the pre-eminent African research organization through dynamic research and to connect the components of the African heritage as an instrument of self-awareness and liberation

    Our values are commitment, timeliness, team work, innovation, total quality and flexibility.

    Contact Information

       Igwebuike Research Institute (IRI)    Patristic Institute, Augustinianum Library, Rome, Italy    Augustinian Institute Library, Nigeria    Nnadiebube Research Institute (NRI)    Academic Journals Online (ACJOL)
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