• African Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences

    African Journal of Pure & Applied science (AJPAS) is a part of Kenyatta university journals. AJPAS is a multi-disciplinary, open access, peer-reviewed, biannual journal containing original research papers

  • Msingi Journal

    Msingi Journal is a biannual, international peer reviewed journal, published by the Department of Educational Foundations, Kenyatta University, Kenya. 

  • The East and Central Africa Medical Journal 

    The East and Central Africa Medical Journal (ECAMJ) is a high quality open access peer reviewed research journal that is published by the School of Medicine of Kenyatta University, Kenya. The Journal provides a platform for researchers, academicians, professional practitioners and students to impart and share knowledge in the form of high quality empirical and theoretical research work.

  • Chemchemi International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

    International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences is a peer-reviewed journal of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) of Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya. The main objective of the journal is to stimulate and encourage debate on key themes in the Humanities and Social Sciences that are both interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary in scope. The journal publishes articles of theoretical and empirical nature as well as short communications and book reviews. Occasionally, the journal publishes special issues devoted to selected themes. Such themes will be announced in advance.

  • Journal of Creative Arts, Communication and Media Studies

    Journal of Creative Arts, Communication and Media Studies is a leading multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research works in the breadths of Cultural Studies, Creative Arts, Communication Studies, Literary Studies, Visual and Performing Arts. The journal has a mission to make research and knowledge accessible to all; authors, therefore, benet from high visibility and readership for their works. The journal's broad aims and scope allow researchers to explore interconnected subject areas. Each article in this particular issue has been evaluated on its own scholarly merit and research integrity, and the expert academic editors take an objective and constructive approach to peer review.

  • Journal of African Theatre, Film and Media Discourse

    The inaugural Journal of African Theatre, Film and Media Discourse aims at
    1) Evaluating the interactions existing between Culture, Film, Literature, Theatre Arts and mass media;
    2) Examining the role culture plays in genre-formation, i.e., development, integration, and assimilation, whilst creating an interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of the new advances and research results in the respective fields of Genre studies and Culture. Particular emphasis will be placed on examining the depth and complexity of said genre-based processes domains, applications and manifestations when viewed from the perspectives of the disciplines of  Film, Theatre Arts and Communication.

  • Kenyatta University Journal Of Children’s Rights

    The Kenyatta University Journal of Children’s Rights (KUJCR) is a peer-reviewed flagship publication of Kenyatta University School of Law, Arts and Social Sciences. The Journal publishes scholarly work on not only diverse legal and multidisciplinary topics on children’s rights but it also discusses developments, challenges and opportunities faced by children nationally, regionally and globally. Besides, the Journal promotes dialogue and collaboration among individuals working in the field of children’s rights hence advancing the understanding and implementation of children's rights.


    Women’s Economic Empowerment (KU-WEE) is a KU-WEE Hub journal. The hub was established through a grant from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to generate evidence on what works to advance Women’s Economic Empowerment in Kenya. The Kenyatta University Women’s Economic Empowerment (KU-WEE) Hub, aims to ensure that interested parties such as relevant authorities - ministries and departments, county governments, policy leaders, implementing agencies and donors utilize empirical evidence to implement and shape policies, programs, interventions and advocacy efforts related to supporting women’s economic empowerment (WEE).