Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Journal of Eritrean Studies

I just received a copy of the newly re-launched Journal of Eritrean Studies (Volume VI, number 1 December 2012). JERS (The Journal of Eritrean Studies) is a biannual, peer-reviewed journal of the College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) in Eritrea. 

This issue has five articles  and one book review. The articles include: Senai Wolde-Ab's Protection under the scanty law of author's rights (copyright) in Eritrea,  Saleh Mahumd Idris' Dahlik: An endangered language or a Tigre variety,  Tesfay Tewolde's Apparent bilateral verbs in Tigrigna, Abbebe Kifleyesus' Children's cultures: Some conceptual issues and research potentials in highland Eritrea, Gebrehiwet Medhanie's Aloes of Eritrea: The need for their conservation. The book reviewed is Tekie Beyene's  ካብ ሪቕ - ሕፍንቲ (Kab Rik Hefinti) and the reviewer is Abraham Tesfalul.

I encourage everyone to subscribe to the journal. Below is information for subscription and subscription rates. Also for correspondence and submission for articles.