JHCS R&D Archives
Volume 4 Issue 1
Paper 1: Zanzibar WAQF and Trust Fund at The Time of British Protectorate (1890-1963): A Historical Study and Its Challenges To The Muslim Development
Author:Juma Khamis Juma, Arshad Islam, Safia Ujudi Mchavu, Zanzibar Muslim College, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Institute of Tourism State University of Zanzibar (SUZA)
Author: Nouf Almroani
Volume 4 Issue 2
Paper 1: Choices in Varieties of English usage in the official language classroom in French Cameroon: Is it a drive towards uniformity or intelligibility?
Author: Nicoline Agbor Tabe, University of Bamenda, Cameroon.
Author: Thomas Wells, Harrison Middleton University, USA.
Author: Hatem Ben Jemia, Faculty of Arts and Humanities University of Manouba, Tunisia.
Author: Karin Bindu, University of Vienna, Austria.
Volume 4 Issue 3
Paper 1: Conceptualizing the Muslim Body and the Black Body in Diana Abu Jabar’s Arabian Jazz and Ta-Nehisi’s Coates’ Between the World and Me
Author: Beshaier Mohammed Alqahtani, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Paper 2:Existences Unbound: An Exploration of a Liberal Perspective in Rick Bass’s “The Hermit’s Story”
Author:Naruhiko Mikado, Osaka University, Japan
Paper 3:The Semiotics of theatre décor: Reading the Communicative implications of the HIV Red Ribbon in Emelda Samba’s The Boomerang (2004)
Author:Paul Animbom N. Department of Performing and Visual Arts, The University of Bamenda
PO box 39 Bambili, North West Region, Cameroon
Volume 4 Issue 4
Author: Pradip Kumar Das India
Paper 2: ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION OF FORMER MONASTERY, WINERY PFORTA AS CASE STUDY A conceptual proposal for the integration of a modern wine factory in historical landscape
Author: Sayed Ahmed, Rudolf Lueckmann, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Dessau, Germany.
Paper 3: FRAMEWORK FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AS CATALYST FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS IN THE SAHARA AND SAHEL
Author: Saidu Alhassan Umar, Mohd Johari Mohd Yusof, Mohd Yazid MohdYunos, NangkulaUtaberta, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Design and Architecture, 43400 University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia and Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Design and Architecture, 43400 University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.
Volume 4 Issue 5
Paper 1: VIOLENCE, ARGUMENT AND RHETORIC AS NARRATIVE STRATEGIES: A PERSPECTIVE ON TAH PROTUS’ THE IMMORTAL SEED
Author: TEM EDWIN NJI, CAMEROON