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Panel Session B: 9:30-11:00am (April 2)

B1: Nationalism and Pan-Africanism (1)

Meeting ID: 985 8458 1448
Chair: Ntim Gyakari Esew

  • Ghanaian Nationalism, Internationalism and the Political Iconography of Kwame Nkrumah, 1957 – 2010
    - Opoku Acheampong Emmanuel, Beijing Bafangjingyuan International |
  • Sir Alhaji Ahmadu Bello and the Nationalization of the Nigerian Pilgrimage to Mecca
    - Matthew M. Heaton, Virginia Tech |
  • African Renaissance in South-South Development Cooperation
    - Kamaladevy Sivalingam |
  • Nationalism and Nigeria’s Foreign Policy under the Murtala Mohammed Regime
    Bamgbose Jimoh Adele, Lagos State University |
  • African Nationalism: The Role of Women
    - Tusankine Mulenga, Shenyang Jianzhu University |
  • Unity, and how it can be achieved to enable economic and social freedom. Case study (The Pan African Movement)
    - Brenya Benjamin, Huanggang Normal University |
  • Neoliberalism: The Specter Haunting African Nationalism
    - Tatah Mentan |

B2: Nationalism and Pan-Africanism (2)

Meeting ID: 971 8598 2914
Chair: Bright Owusu

  • Movements of Pan-Africanism
    - Abu Adams, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications |
  • Pan Africanism, Nationalism and Its Effect on Africans
    Aboagyewaa Benedicta Adjei, Accra Technical University, Ghana |
  • Movements of Pan-Africanism
    Azah Kelly Darryl, Shenzhen, China |
  • Movements of Pan-Africanism
    - Adil Mutwakilu, Shenyang Jianzhu University, China |
  • The 21st Century Pan-Africanism and Africa’s Quest to Attain Her Desired Objectives
    - Obiora S. Odo, Federal College of Education, Eha-Amufu, Nigeria |
  • Movements on Pan-Africanism
    - Stella Olaniyan, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Nigeria |

B3: Nationalism, Globalization, and Identities (1)
Meeting ID: 967 8450 7571
Chair: Tyler Fleming

  • Impact of Globalization on Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan African Countries: A Panel Data Analysis
    - Ajidani Moses Sabo, Nasarawa State University, Keffi |
  • Globalisation and the Scale of Justice: A Holistic View on Afropolitanism
    - Ezeani Cornelius Ikechukwu, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka |
  • Unintelligence of Globalization and the Hypocrisy cum Irony of ‘Supersonic’ Africa
    - Kunnu, Adeniyi Taiwo, University of Abuja |
  • Conflicts, Refugees, and National Identities in Africa
    - Anthony Ewusi Bentil, Jiangsu University, China |
  • Racial Identity and Nationalism: Theoritical View from West Africa (Cameroon)
    - Kingsford Yaw Takyi, University of Ghana, Accra |
  • Understanding Nationalist Conflicts in a Postcolonial World
    - Fonkem Achankeng I., University of Wisconsin Oshkosh |

B4: Nationalism, Globalization, and Identities (1)
Meeting ID: 961 0572 9604
Chair: Jamaine Abidogun

  • Tracing Africa in Jamaican National Identities
    - Jamaine Abidogun, Missouri State University |
  • Nineteenth Century State Formation in Africa
    - Fayam Francis Ndakaduna, Plateau State University, Bokkos |
  • National Consciousness as a Panacea for Modern-Day Nationalism in Africa
    - Richard Agyemang, Southwestern Univ. of Finance & Econ., Sichuan |
  • Migration and the Rise of Nationalism: How Travel Affects the Construction of Cameroonian Migrants National Identity in Leuven, Belgium
    - Akame Mbwoge Gerald, Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven) |
  • The Linguistic Identity of an African Child in the Postcolonial Era: The case of Nigerian Deaf Children
    - Emma Asonye, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque |
    - Queenette Okwaraji, University of Rochester, NY |
    - Nnenna Irobi, The Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu |
  • Linguistic Identity: Tool for Cultural Preservation and Education
    - Danat Blessing Bitrus, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria |
  • Strangers, Aliens and Citizens: Ethnic Nationalism in Sierra Leone Mining
    - Fenda A. Akiwumi, University of South Florida, USA |

B5: Nationalism, Globalization, and Identities (3)
Meeting ID: 943 6226 8523
Chair: Abikal Borah

  • Rethinking Biafra Nationalism: Amorphous Geography, Multiple Identities, and the Politics of Belonging
    - Otokpom Charles Asuk, University of Port Harcourt |
  • Southern Cameroons Nationalism & Quest for Identity: From Federation to AmbaExit
    Bridget A. Teboh, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth |
  • Politicians, Ethnic and Religious Groups on LGBT in Ghana
    Steve-Wonder Amakpah, Beijing Normal University |
  • LGBTQIAP Identities, Sexuality, and Sexual Discrimination
    - Josephine Olatomi, SOBOYEJO, Marietta, GA |
  • The Role of Cattle in the Changing Identities of Swazi Women
    - Betty Sibongile Dlamini, Indiana University–Bloomington |