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Panel Session F: 1:30-3:00PM (April 4)

Nationalism, Politics, and Governance

Meeting ID: 942 5546 3727
Chair: Soj Ojo

  • British-Nigerian Conflict over Oil in the Late Colonial Period
    - David Tallon, University of Reading |
  • Ethnic, Racial and Nationalist Movement in Nigeria
    - Ighoyota, Emmanuel, Delta State University |
  • Resurgence of Resource Nationalism, Elite Capture and Phenomenon of Political Corruption in Africa: The Nigerian Case
    - Gafar Idowu AYODEJI, Tai Solarin University of Education |
  • Threat: An Unresolved Issue in Nigeria’s Nationalism Discourse
    - Soj Ojo, Ambrose Alli University |
  • Histories of Nationalist Movements in Africa: A Re-consideration of the development of Nationalist Parties in West Africa 1945 to 1960
    - Bako Yerima Gudumbul, Federal University Wukari |
  • Challenges and Prospects of Democracy and National Development in Nigeria
    - Friday Ebose Iyoha, Ambrose Alli University |
  • Regime Consolidation and Regime Change: The Role of the International Community in Malawi, 1964-1994
    - Paul Chiudza Banda, Tarleton State University |

F2: Nationalism and Culture

Meeting ID: 998 1872 1864
Chair: Uchechukwu Umezurike

  • Nigerian, Malaysian and Ogbanje: National identity in Akwaeke Emezi’s Freshwater
    - Melissa E. Schindler, University of North Georgia |
  • The Philosophical Analysis of the Problem of Culture Contact in African
    Peter Alawa, University of Port Harcourt |
  • The History, Nature and Practice of Rites of Passage among the Otukpo in Middle Belt Nigeria
    - Lemuel Ekedegwa Odeh, University of Ilorin, Ilorin |, and
  • Folktales as Expressions of Nationalism: A Case Study of Some Selected Communities in Oka,
    - Akoko South-West of Ondo State, Nigeria
    - Olanrewaju, Felicia Titilayo, Federal College of Education Osiele, Abeokuta |
  • Women in African Nationalism: The Case of West Africa
    Yonlonfoun, Veronica Ebun, Tai Solarin University of Education |
  • The Aesthetics and Mechanics of African Dance and Rattles: A Performance Appraisal of Seki Dance Drama
    - Ovunda Ihunwo, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria |
  • "There is Only One Path: Omenala": Indigenous Knowledge, Nationalism, and Globalization in Chris Abani’s Graceland
    - Jeffrey Dodd, Gonzaga University |
    - David Tagnani, Gonzaga University

F3: Education and Nationalism (1)
Meeting ID: 943 0158 3516
Chair: Doron Roy

  • The Impacts of Conflicts and Wars on Education in Africa: A Case Study of Darfur
    - Tijani Kazeem Opeyemi, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma |
  • Economic Nationalism and the Process of Business Education Programme Development
    - M. B Amoda, Tai Solarin University of Education |
  • Different not Deficient: Linguo-Cultural Diversities and Adequacy of Varieties of English in Classroom Discourse, The Nigerian English Example
    - Egwuogu, Chinyere Beatrice, Tai Solarin University of Education |
    - Sonde, Simeon Olufunso, Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun |
  • Socio-Cultural Factors and Political Aspiration among Working Women in Ogun State: Implications for Counselling
    - Abosede M. Ewumi, Tai Solarin University of Education |

F4: Education and Nationalism (2)
Meeting ID: 939 3771 1040
Chair: Irina Armianu

  • The Impact of Higher Education on Africa’s Future and it’s Economic Development
    - Akua Anyei Obeng, Houston Baptist University |
  • Intrinsic Social Studies Education Curricular for Engraining Nationalism in Nigeria
    - Ojeleye, Jonathan Ademola, The College of Education, Lanlate |
  • The Past, Present and the Future: The role of African Linguistics to African Sustainability
    - Felix Opoku Boabeng, Jiangsu University |
  • Economic Nationalism and Processes of Vocational Technical Education Development
    - Oyenuga, Anthony. O., Tai Solarin University of Education |
  • Early Literacy Interventions in Africa: Effects for Students in Kindergarten through Third Grade
    - Zainab A. Umar, The University of Texas at Austin
    - Jessica R. Toste, The University of Texas at Austin
    - Marissa J. Filderman, The University of Texas at Austin |

F5: Nationalism and Information

Meeting ID: 932 3252 1567
Chair: Aderonke Adesanya

  • Libraries as Key Access to Information for the Attainment of a Stronger Society
    - Ebijuwa Adefunke Sarah, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology |, and
  • 2019 Election, Technology and Political Sustainability in Nigeria
    - Irhue Young Kenneth, Osun State University |, and
  • A Discourse of Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) as Prevention Activism: The Case of South Africa
    - Richard Obinna Iroanya, University of Namibia, Windhoek |, and
    - Kenneth Uzoma Okere, International University of Management, Windhoek |, and
  • Indigenous Snack Branding-Prototype Packages for Variety of Breadfruit Products in Anambra State, Nigeria
    - Aghanya Ikenna Obumneme, Federal Polytechnic Oko |
  • Information and Communication Technology: A Potent Instrument for Organization and Management of Tertiary Schools in Nigeria
    - Eimuhi, Justina Onojerena, Ambrose Alli University |
  • Assessment of Public Perception of Flooding and Preparedness in Makurdi Town, Benue State, Nigeria
    - Oyatayo, Kehinde Taofik, Gombe State University of Science and Technology, Kumo |
  • Walking a Tight Rope: Cartoonists and Hegemonies in Nigeria
    Aderonke Adesola Adesanya, James Madison University |

F6: Nationalism in the Age of the Internet
Meeting ID: 957 2901 7185
Chair: Bright Owusu

  • Cyber Nationalism and the Quest for the Restructuring of the Nigerian Federal System
    - Adekunle Afeez Babatunde, Federal College of Forestry, Ibadan, Nigeria |
  • Cyber‐nationalism: the imagined Anglophone Cameroon community in Cyberspace
    Asiedu Harry, Shenyang Jianzhu University |
  • How Nationalism is Threatening the Future of the Internet in Africa
    Atta-Kusi Kofi Junior, Lishui University |
  • The Modern World of Technology and Cyber-Nationalisms
    Isaac Kofi Dasilveira, Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang, China |
  • Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in Africa
    Amexo Edem, University of Health and Allied Science |