Ijaw Journal is a pluridisciplinary scholarly and peer-reviewed journal of Comparative Heritage Studies. Primarily, the journal aims to conscientiously curate Ijaw historical heritages to foster reference points for critical/theoretical debates in the areas of psycho-sociological, developmental and/or classical, modern\ities of African studies. Research publications cater to researches in the general sciences as well as in the social sciences and humanities, and topics may come from communications, literature (and orature), linguistics, religion/theology, economy and economics, culture and society, and philosophy. The journal publishes original research articles, scholarly opinions, and review articles, bi-annually (May and November). Priority is given to articles with focus on Ijaw heritage including, but not limited to, social development and organizational psychology. IJ adopts a multidisciplinary, pluralistic and non-partisan approach.