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
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