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Panel Session A: 1:30-3:00pm (April 1)

A1: Personalities and Epicenters in African Nationalism

Meeting ID: 912 3810 6562
Chair: Augustine Avwunudiogba

  • Placing Fidel Castro’s Internationalism in African Nationalism
    - Elisha J Dung, Alabama State University, Montgomery |
    - Sabella O Abidde, Alabama State University, Montgomery |
    - Augustine Avwunudiogba, California State University Stanislaus |
  • Rawlings, Gaddafi, Sankara, and Nasser: Soldiers as Intellectuals, Pan-Africanists, and Nationalists
    - Sabella O Abidde, Augustine Avwunudiogba, and Elisha J Dung
  • From Algeria to Namibia: Mapping Africa’s Post-Independence Theater of Armed-Struggle
    - Augustine Avwunudiogba, Elisha J Dung, and Sabella O Abidde

A2: Theorizing Nationalism
Meeting ID: 947 7224 1813
Chair: Doron Roy

  • A Philosophical Position of Suicide in the Political Development of Old Oyo Empire
    - T. C. Falana, Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti |
    - O. A. Aladesanmi, Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti
  • Unlearning Coloniality: Decolonial Linguistic Nationalism in Africa
    - Alioune Fall, The Ohio State University |
  • Kwame Nkrumah, Frantz Fanon and Amilcar Cabral as Theorists of African Nationalism
    - Bernard Steiner Ifekwe, University of Uyo |
  • Conceptual Decolonization as a Foundation of Neo-Nationalism in 21st Century Africa
    -Oladele Abiodun Balogun, Olabisi Onabanjo University |
  • Bridging the Gap of Economic and Security Threats in Africastephen
    - Boakye Ansah, Jiangsu University |
  • Nationalism as a Revolutionary Process: Critical Analyses of the Contributions of Amilcar Cabral, Frantz Fanon, and Kwame Nkrumah to Marxist-Leninist Theory of Revolution
    - Monica Esparza, Richmond, VA
    - Nuhu Yaqub, Usman Danfodiyo University, Sokoto |
  • Soft Power Individuals in Nigeria and South Africa: An Appraisal of Olusegun Obasanjo and Thabo Mbeki’s Power of Attraction
    - Oluwaseun Tella, University of Johannesburg |

A3: Migration and Nationalism (1)
Meeting ID: 968 8261 5013
Chair: Neville Hoad

  • The ECOWAS Free Movement Protocol and the Challenges of Intra-Regional Migration in West Africa
    - Olubukola S. Adesina, University of Ibadan |
  • ‘Breakthrough’ Syndromes, Imaginations and Transnational Migration: Nigerian Citizens in South Africa
    - Akinyemi, Akeem, A., The Polytechnic, Ibadan |
  • The Nineteenth Century Yoruba Wars and Sociopolitical Formation on the Northern Frontier of Yoruba, Nigeria
    - Aribidesi USMAN, Arizona State University, USA |
  • North-South Migration in Post-Colonial Developments: Case Study of Ghana
    - Ayo-Salami, Ayobami Timothy, European University of Lefke, Cyprus |
  • Ethnicity, Nationalism and Migration in Sub Saharan Africa
    - Mavis Boateng, GH Media School, Accra |
  • Navigating Migration Entanglements: Analyzing the Contradictions in Slavery and Migration Movements between Liberia and the United States
    - Chris Agoha, United Nations Mission in South Sudan |;

A4: Migration and Nationalism (2)
Meeting ID: 947 4161 0812
Chair: Anene Ejikeme

  • Migration of African Intellectuals: A Clash of Globalization and the Rise of Nationalism
    - Francis E. Godwyll, The University of West Florida |
    - Ms. Obi Kalu, Ed.S., The University of West Florida |
  • Borderland Migration and Citizenship in Africa
    - Leticia Mills, Mutual Integrity Assets Management, Accra |
  • Courses and Impact of Migration: Interrogating the Socio-Economic and Ethical Issues in Conflict Induced Displacement in Africa
    - Olalere, Kunle Oluwafemi, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Nigeria |,
  • Transnational Migration and its Security Implications in Africa
    - Pienswang Longmam Geoffrey, Plateau State University, Bokkos |
  • Searching for Greener Pastures through and in the Desert: Ambition, Frustration and Challenges of Young Nigerians
    - Ebele Udeoji, National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja |
    - Adaora Osondu-Oti, Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti |,
  • Migration, Vulnerability and Strategies for Navigating Childcare Options: The Case of Migrant Women from Northern Ghana
    - Patricia Serwaa Afrifa, Independent Scholar |
    - Makafui Kpedator, University of Ghana |

A5: Aftermaths of Migration: Nationalism and Xenophobia
Meeting ID: 929 4445 5465
Chair: Bridget Teboh

  • Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa: The Implications for Nigeria – South African Relations
    - Adeniji, Adeyinka Samson and Akpotu Isabella Evawere, University of Abuja |
  • Effects of Migration and Xenophobia on Development in Africa
    - Joseph Adu- Gyamfi, Jiangsu University |
  • Migration, Xenophobia and Nationalism in Africa
    Arthur Philip Kofi, Ghana Dock Labor |
  • Migration, Xenophobia, and Nationalism in the Coastal Cities of Cape Town Of South Africa
    - Prebi George Kwasi, Maron International Educational Group (MIEG) |
  • Migration, Xenophobia, and Nationalism in the Coastal Cities of Cape Town of South Africa
    - Emmanuel Opoku Mensah, Yicheng Handel Yuan Middle School |
  • The Courts and the Protection of Migrants’ Rights in South Africa: Prospect and Challenges
    - Serges Djoyou Kamga, Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute, UNISA |
  • African Union Agenda2063, Xenophobia and African Integration: An Appraisal
    - Okeke, Livinus Ikwuako, Imo State University |