About the Journal
Research Journal in Advanced Humanities is a leading multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed open access journal, publishing research across the breadth of the arts and humanities. Part of Royallite Global, the journal has a mission to make research and knowledge accessible to all – authors therefore benefit from high visibility and readership for their work. The journal’s broad scope allows researchers to explore interconnected subject areas. The journal operates under the expert guidance of a team of Senior Editors, supported by an international Editorial Board. Each submission is evaluated on its own scholarly merit and research integrity, and our expert academic editors take an objective and constructive approach to peer review. Article-level metrics let the research speak for itself.
Years of Establishment: 2020
Founding Editor: Dr. Dickson Adom
Online ISSN: 2708-5953
Print ISSN: 2708-5945
Legal Deposit: Kenya National Library Services (KNLS)
JOURNAL'S OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
Research Journal in Advanced Humanities is owned by Royallite Global, part of Royallite Publishers Limited, a company registered in Kenya.
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Dickson Adom
Journal Manager: Amos O. Ojwang'
Marketing Coordinator: Dr. David Barasa
Marketing Manager: Diana Motari
JOURNAL'S PERFORMANCE HISTORY
The inaugural issue was released.
Dr. Dickson Adom became the founding Editor-in-Chief.
|2020||Research Journal in Advanced Humanities was indexed in BASE.|
|2021||Indexed in JournalTOCs.|
|2021||Expanded the geographical location of editors and authors.|
|2021||Research Journal in Advanced Humanities established the following sections:
- Literature, Linguistics & Criticism
- Culture, Media & Film
- Cultural Heritage
- Digital Humanities
- Philosophy & Religion
- Visual & Performing Arts
Research Journal in Advanced Humanities indexed in Scopus
Current Projects and Future Plans:
- Applied for COPE's Membership
- Applied for WoS indexing
- Articles now being published alongside peer-review reports to ensure academic integrity is upheld.
- Increasing the number of articles per Issue from 5 to 15 to enable wider geographical distribution of authors across the world.