Samuel Ojo Oloruntoba, the Principal Investigator of the Africa Indigenous Knowledge Research Network, is appointed as series editor of Anthem Impact in Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development.
This will allow the members of the Africa Indigenous Knowledge Research Network  ( and other academics to publish their peer review research on Indigenous Knowledge and sustainable development from a comparative perspective

The Anthem Impact in Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development series provides an exclusive venue for presenting concise scholarly endeavours, with each work limited to 20,000 to 30,000 words. It fills a critical gap in knowledge by foregrounding Indigenous perspectives on development, particularly from Africa, North America, Australia and Latin America. The series focuses on decolonization and recentering Indigenous knowledge in various fields such as entrepreneurship, politics, economics, diplomacy, sustainable development, conflict resolution and more. Its unique decolonial approach fosters pluriversal conversations among different epistemes, making it essential for experts across disciplines, policymakers and those interested in reconciliation and inclusion. Geographically, it encompasses Africa, its diaspora, Indigenous peoples of North America, Latin America and Australia.

Series Editor
Samuel Ojo Oloruntoba, Institute of African Studies, Carleton University, Canada
We welcome submissions of proposals for challenging and original works from emerging and established scholars and practitioners that meet the criteria of our series. We make prompt editorial decisions. Our titles are published in digital and print editions and are subject to peer review by recognized authorities in the field. Should you wish to send in a proposal for original research, literature review / analytical surveys, advanced tutorials or other reference works, please contact us at: