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Panel Session D: 9:30-11:00am (April 3)


D1:
Nationalism, Gender and Patriarchy
https://utexas.zoom.us/j/97056062523
Meeting ID: 970 5606 2523
Chair: Anene Ejikeme

  • The African Modern Woman
    - Okwaraji Queenette, University of Rochester | qokwaraj@ur.rochester.edu
  • Nationalism, Gender and Power in Africa: The Nexus with Patriarchy
    - Adedayo. A. Adeagbo, University of Ibadan | adedayoayomipo@gmail.com
  • Vraisemblance of Patriarchal Nationalism in Selected Francophone Novels
    - Onojobi Temidayo, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye | edith_ayo@yahoo.com
  • Man and the Illusion of Power: Renegotiating Masculinities in Irene Isoken’s More than Dancing and Sweet Revenge
    - Jegede, Francis Olabisi, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education | bisikemijegede@yahoo.com
  • Nigerian Women and National Development: An Examination of Deborah’s Leadership Role in the Bible
    - Lydia Bosede Akande, University of Ilorin | lydiaakande64@gmail.com, and akande.lb@unilorin.edu.ng
  • The Institutional and Legal Framework Protecting Women's Rights in Africa: Case Study on Ghana (Post-Colonial Era)
    - Susana Tieku, European University of Lefke | susanatieku1@gmail.com
  • Religion, Politics and the Nigerian Women Gender Identity
    - Ighoyota, Emmanuel, Delta State University | emmanuelighoyota1984@gmail.com

D2: Women in Politics and Nation Building
https://utexas.zoom.us/j/94295256927
Meeting ID: 942 9525 6927
Chair: Aderonke Adesanya

  • Gendered Nationalism: Post-Independence and the Woman Question in Ghana
    - Nana-Akua Amponsah, University of North Carolina Wilmington | amponsahn@uncw.edu
    - Janet Serwah Boateng, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast | jboateng@ucc.edu.gh
  • The Impact of Nationalism on Women’s Political Participation in Post-colonial Nigeria
    - Wanan, Cornelius Terzungwe, Federal University Gashua | talk2terzungwe@yahoo.com
  • If Not Now, When?: Women In African Nationalism
    - Rosalie Black Kiah, Norfolk (VA) State University | rbkiah@nsu.edu
  • Women in African Nationalism
    Adenike Olaniyan, Bowen University | olaniyanadenike79@gmail.com
  • The Role of Women in Nationalist Aspirations and its Impact on the Emergent Nigerian Nation
    - Bernice Adedayo Ugwukah, Federal Medical Centre, Abeokuta
    - Ugwukah C. Alexander, Babcock University, Ilishan Remo | alexugwukah2009@gmail.com
  • Class, Sexuality and the Nation in Jude Dibia’s Walking with Shadows
    - Uchechukwu Peter Umezurike, University of Alberta | umezurik@ualberta.ca
  • Women and Nationalist Struggle in Kenya: A Historical Analysis of Factors Leading to Women’s Segregation in Civic Spaces
    - Esther Mwongeli Makau, State Department of Correctional Services, Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government, Kenya | esthereroni@gmail.com
  • Women in African Nationalism
    - Dr. Bessie House-Soremekun, Jackson State University | housesoremekun@gmail.com

D3: Nationalism, Gender Studies, and Gender Violence
https://utexas.zoom.us/j/96737232647
Meeting ID: 967 3723 2647
Chair: Jamaine Abidogun

  • Nigeria Women in the 21st Century: A Symbol of Nationalism
    - Ogunkoya, Saheed Adeniyi, Tai Solarin University of Education | ogunkoyasa@tasued.edu.ng
  • Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria: The Plight of Women and Girls
    - Odeigah, Theresa Nfam, University of Ilorin | tnodeigah@yahoo.com
  • Women, Work and Water: A Gender Perspective to Environment and Livelihood Conflict in the less Developed Countries of Africa
    - Tunde, Afolabi Monisola, University of Ilorin | afolabi@unilorin.edu.ng
  • Problems with Feminism and Nationalism in Africa
    - Adjei Boateng Kwaku, Koforidua Technical University | abc012843@gmail.com
  • Pastoralist-Farmer Conflict Management and Plights of Internally Displaced Women in Benue and Nasarawa States in Nigeria
    - Adebajo Adeola Aderayo, Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun |
    adebajoaa@tasued.edu.ng, and adebajoade@gmail.com
  • Women in African Nationalism: A Discourse Analysis of Femi Osofisan’s Women of Owu
    - Grace I. Omo-Ojugo and Mary F. Edokpa, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma | omo.ojugo@gmail.com and marydokpa@gmail.com

D4: Nationalism and the Media
https://utexas.zoom.us/j/99649392690
Meeting ID: 996 4939 2690
Chair: Adeniyi Kunnu

  • The Portrayal of the Modern Nigeria Woman as an Object of Male Gaze in the Mass Media
    - Aghanya Ogechukwu Patricia, Paul University Awka | ogeaghanya@gmail.com
  • Towards Nationalism: A Linguistic Investigation into Online Tweets on the Re-Arrest of Omoyele Sowore in Nigeria
    - Temitope Abiodun Balogun, Osun State University | temitopebalogun@ymail.com
  • The Nexus between Cultural Identity, Social Media Influence and the Growing Emigration Trends in Nigeria
    Kasali, Quadri Olawale, Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy | walegazhal@gmail.com
  • Influence of Media Reports on the Activities of Fulani Herdsmen on Educated Nigerian’s Sense of Patriotism to the Nigerian State
    - Ojo, Olumuyiwa Kolawole, The Polytechnic, Ibadan | olumuyiwak.ojo@polyibadan.edu.ng
  • African American journalists in West Africa: the 1944/5 NNPA tour and the African press
    - Oliver Coates, Cambridge University | orc20@cam.ac.uk
  • The Effects of Social Media as a Historical Record in Tanzanian Bongo Flava Music
    - Lucas Avidan, UCLA | lavidan@ucla.edu

D5: The African Diaspora, Youths and Nationalism
https://utexas.zoom.us/j/95177175324
Meeting ID: 951 7717 5324
Chair: Tyler Fleming

  • Towards Job Creation Growth: The revivalist for 21st Century African Youths’ National Consciousness
    - Simon Abendin, Zhengzhou University | abendinsimon@protonmail.com
  • Youth Unemployment, Development, and Political Stability in sub-Saharan Africa: The Cases of Ghana and Nigeria
    - Bright Owusu Gyasi, University Cincinnati, Ohio | owusugyasi.bright@yahoo.com
  • Nationalism in the 21st Century African
    Opoku Acheampong Bernard, Beijing Shiji Chuanjiu Technology | Brnrdop@gmail.com
  • A Fresh Perspective on the Future of Africa in Terms of Afropolitanism and Globalization
    - Acushla Gertrude Yaa Asantewa Obeng-Konadu, Nanjing University of Post and Telecommunication, Nanjing | yaacushla@outlook.com
  • A Pragmatic Approach to the Philosophical Reconciliation of the Idea of Cosmopolitanism and the Hybridity of the African Societies
    - Ebunoluwa Olufemi Oduwole, Olabisi Onabanjo University | Ebunoduwole2k2@yahoo.com
    - Ojekunle Ibrahim Timilehin, Obafemi Awolowo University | Ojekunleibrahim@gmail.com
  • Youth Unempolyment in Nigeria and the Imperative for Local Economic Development
    - Chukwu, Immaculata Anwulika, University of Nigeria, Nsukka | cimmaculata@yahoo.com
    - Olusola Ogunnubi, University of Free State, South Africa | Olusola.ogunnubi@yahoo.com

D6: Nationalism in African Art, Films and Literature (1)
https://utexas.zoom.us/j/99916429602
Meeting ID: 999 1642 9602
Chair: Irina Armianu

  • Sembène Ousmane And African Women Nationalism In Les Bouts De Bois De Dieu
    - Samuel Olufemi Babatunde, Tai Solarin University of Education | babatundeso@tasued.edu.ng
  • From Lusaka to the Moon: Reinventing Mukoka Nkoloso’s Space Race Narrative
    - Tolulope Oke, University of Bayreuth | tolulopeoke@ymail.com
  • Strategies of Displacement in the Post-National Francophone Literature of Malika Mokeddem, Nina Bouraoui, and Paulina Chiziane
    - Irina Armianu, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley | irina.armianu@utrgv.edu
  • Nationalism: An African Literature Perspective
    - P. O. Ojo, Ambrose Alli University | ojophilomena@gmail.com
  • African Costume in Audio-Visuals is a Great Way to Sustain the African Textile Industry. Case Study (Afro Pop Music videos)
    - Edwin Joy Appiah, S24 Recording Studio, Accra | Edwin.spin@yahoo.com
  • Cultural Hybridism: The New Expression of Nationalism in Contemporary Art
    - Sukanthy Visagapperumal Egharevba, Cross River University of Technology | sukanthyve@yahoo.com