Mr. Unaegbu Jephthah Elochukwu.

Department: Institute Of African Studies
Faculty: Institute Of African Studies
Designation :
Email: jephthah.unaegbu@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +2348035272576


Publications (Articles and Journals):

1. Unaegbu, J. (2006, 2010). Ode on Lagos (This Lagos Na wa). Nsukka: Prize Publishers. (51 Pages/92 pages).
2. Unaegbu, J. (2007, 2008). Freedom in Our Bones: TheHistory of the Students’ Union Government,University of Nigeria, Nsukka (1960-2004). Onitsha: Blue Publishers. (512 Pages).
3. Akpojotor, G.E. and Unaegbu, J. (2008). ALEXANDER O.E. ANIMALU: A Biography of the Distinguished Professor of Physics. Abuja: Ucheakonam Foundation (Nig.) Ltd. (133 Pages).
4. Unaegbu, J. (2009). Origins of the NYSC.Nsukka: Global Publishers. (90 Pages).
5. Unaegbu, J. &Ibuot, E. (2009). The Secret Principles of Female Powers.Nsukka: Global Publishers. (100 pages).
6. Animalu, AOE, Umezinwa, W., Achufusi, G. &Unaegbu, J. (2009). Nelson Mandela and Barrack Obama African World Challenge: Arts and Science in the Reconstruction of the Consciousness of Africans in the 21st Century, A Dialogue of Western and African Worldviews. Abuja: Ucheakonam Foundation (Nig.) Ltd. (101 pages).
7. Unaegbu, J., Otagburuagu, EJ. &Ohia, NC. (eds.) (2010). The Youth and National Development in Nigeria. Enugu: Benak Ventures. (167 pages).
8. Unaegbu, J. (2010). This Mosquito in Your Net.Nsukka: Global Publishers. (77 pages).
9. Animalu, AOE, Okeke, FN. &Unaegbu, J. (2011). Biography of the Eminent Pioneer Geophysicist, CYRIL AGODI ONWUMECHILI, Professor of Physics.Abuja: Ucheakonam Foundation (Nig.) Ltd. (168 pages).
10. Onuigbo, S. &Unaegbu, J. (2012). Fifty Years of African Studies: The History of the Institute of African Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (1963-2012). Nsukka: Institute of African Studies, UNN (97 pages).
11. Animalu, Alex; Uche, Peter and Unaegbu, Jeff. (2013). Biography of Nigeria’s Foremost Professor of Statistics, Prof. James NwoyeAdichie. Abuja: Ucheakonam Foundation (Nig.) Ltd. (132 pages).
12. Chukwu, Sam and Unaegbu, Jeff. (2013). Braving the Stars. The Biography of the Famous Nigerian Space Scientist, Prof. P.N. Okeke.Enugu: El-Demak Publishers (554 pages).
13. Unaegbu, Jeff; Animalu AOE; Onuigbo, Sam. (2013).The University of Nigeria Book of Fame. Volume One.Hard Cover A4 size.640 pages.
14. Ugwu, S.O.C., Igbokwe, E.M., Nwosu, C.C., Unaegbu, Jeff, &Udeh, Fred. (2014). Iroko from Sapling: The History of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 1961-2014. Enugu: Timex Enterprises.
15. Nwafor-Orizu, J. &Unaegbu, J. (2014). Dr. Prince Akweke Abyssinia NwaforOrizu’sNinety Two Days as Acting President: A Personal History of Nigeria (October 16, 1965- January 15, 1966). Enugu: Timex Enterprises.

Journal articles:
16. Unaegbu, J. (2012). “Exploiting the Potentials of the Internet as Virtual Land for Modern Igbo Village Squares: The Facebook Example”, in Onuigbo, SM. (ed.) Indigenous Knowledge & Global Changes in Africa in the 21st Century. Nsukka: Institute of African Studies, UNN.
17. Unaegbu, J. (2011). “Physics in the Traditional Practices of the Igbo: Paradigms for Advancement of Science and Technology in Today’s Africa, African Worldview and Politics”, African Journal of Physics, Vol. 4.pp. 202-217.
18. Unaegbu, J. &Animalu, AOE. (2010). “The Resolution of Two Worldviews: Values for a New African Leadership”, in Uchendu, Egodiet al (eds). Perspectives on Leadership in Africa.Nsukka: Afro-Orbis Publishing Co. Ltd. pp. 127-156.
19. Animalu, AOE &Unaegbu, J. (2008). “ICT as Language for Governance in Africa in the 21st Century” in Otagburuagu, EJ (ed.) Governance in Africa in the 21st Century. Nsukka: Institute of African Studies, UNN. pp. 228-250.
20. Chukwu, Sam &Unaegbu, Jeff (2013). “Music in Entrepreneurship Education: Prospects for Capacity Building in the Nigerian Multi-Ethnic Society”, in NkadiOnyegegbu and UchennaEze (eds). National Transformation through Entrepreneurial Education.Nsukka: Institute of Education, UNN. pp. 130-142.
21. Unaegbu, J. &Ezeigbo, J. (2013). “Exploring the Existence of the Supreme Deity Concept in Igbo Pre-missionary Contact Religious Thoughts”, in Onuigbo, Sam &Ibenekwu, Ikpechukwuka (eds). Ikenga International Journal of Institute of African Studies.Vol. 15, Nos 1&2., April, pp.33-60.
22. Orajaka, S. &Unaegbu, J. (2013). “Igbo Minstrels as Pathfinders in Contemporary Society: Social Changes and Challenges”, in Onuigbo, Sam &Ibenekwu, Ikpechukwuka (eds). Ikenga International Journal of Institute of African Studies.Vol. 15, Nos 1&2., April, pp.192-203.

Book Chapters:
23. Otagburuagu, EJ, Unaegbu, JE &Omenma JT. (2010). “Introduction” in Unaegbu, JE et al. (eds.) The Youth and National Development in Nigeria. Enugu: Benak Ventures. pp. 1-9.
24. Unaegbu, JE. (2010). “Youth, Self Discovery and Career Development” in Unaegbu, JE et al. (eds.) The Youth and National Development in Nigeria. Enugu: Benak Ventures. pp. 11-19.
25. Unaegbu, JE. (2010). “Creativity and Youth Development” in Unaegbu, JE et al. (eds.) The Youth and National Development in Nigeria. Enugu: Benak Ventures. pp.76-83.
26. Ayalogu, J &Unaegbu, JE. (2010). “The Nigerian Youth in Diaspora: A Partner in National Development— Challenges, Opportunities and Options” in Unaegbu, JE et al. (eds.) The Youth and National Development in Nigeria. Enugu: Benak Ventures. pp. 92-129.
Poetry:
27. Unaegbu, J. (2003). “Gravitational Pull” in SomtoMekaowulu.SpiritualForce ofGravity.Nnewi: Meks Publishers.
28. Unaegbu, J. (2003). “Deep Down My Heart”, The Muse (A Journal of the English Department). Nsukka: English Department, University of Nigeria.

Periodicals (national newspapers):
29. Unaegbu, J. (2011). “Those Who Do Not Sit at the Dinner Table are Forgotten— Chika Unigwe”, SUNDAY Vanguard, July 3, p.47.

Other Periodicals:
30. Unaegbu, J. (2005). “Editorial Suite: Hi, Welcome Aboard the Independent Jet”, The Roar, Vol. 6, No. 1, P.11.
31. Unaegbu, J. (2005). “As I Was Saying: Thrashing The Challenges of Toilet Ends, An Imperative Struggle”, The Roar, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 69-70.
32. Unaegbu, J. &Nwachukwu, I. (2005). “The SUG Flies Without Wings”, The Roar, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 12-17.
33. Unaegbu, J. (2005). “UNN’S Answer to JAMB”, The Roar, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 20-21.
34. Unaegbu, J. (2005). “A Tale of Two Speakers: SUG House Falls Apart as Anarchy Continues…”,The Roar, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 22-25.
35. Unaegbu, J. (2006). “Mediocrity versus the Muse: An Appraisal of the Nigerian Mentality in Youths”, The Roar, Vol. 7, No. 1, P. 36.
36. Unaegbu, J. (2006). “Ghosts Invade the UNN!”,The Roar Weekly, Vol. 1, No. 1, P.2.
37. Unaegbu, J. (2006). “President Bows to Teeth Problem”, The Roar Weekly, Vol. 1, No. 2.


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