Dr. Mrs. Onyejegbu Maureen Nwando.

Department: Institute Of African Studies
Faculty: Institute Of African Studies
Designation : Research Fellow Grade I
Email: nwando.onyejegbu@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +234- (0)803-7669-722


Conferences and Workshops:
Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2021), ‘African ideologies and the innovative trend: Towards Prioritizing African history and culture in the digital age’, Paper Presented at the Association for the Promotion of African Studies (APAS) International Conference, held via virtual platform,UNIZIK, Nigeria, Theme: African Ideologies & the innovative trend and advance: honouring the past and shaping the future, Tuesday, 25th May, 2021. Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2021), ‘African Values/Cultures and the Challenges of the Digital Age: Towards Balancing the Duo’, being paper presented at the 4th Chinua Achebe International Conference 2021, held by the Institute of African Studies in Collaboration with the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC), Theme: Re-evaluation of African values and Culture in the Face of the Crisis of the 21st Century, March 8 to 11, 2021 Animalu, Alexander O. and Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2021), ‘The Analogue/Digital Geometry Approach to Understanding the Message of Achebe’s Trilogy: Things Fall Apart, No Longer At Ease & Arrow of God’, being paper presented at the 4th Chinua Achebe International Conference, 2021, held by the Institute of African Studies in Collaboration with the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC), Theme: Re-evaluation of African values and Culture in the Face of the Crisis of the 21st Century, March 8 to 11, 2021 Ikenegbu, ThankGod C., Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando,, & Okemini, Ogbonna O. (2021) ‘Entrepreneurial criminality: The question of African youth population in the 21st Century - a risk or an asset?’ being paper presented at the 4th Chinua Achebe International Conference, 2021, held by the Institute of African Studies in collaboration with the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC), Theme: Re- evaluation of African values and Culture in the Face of the Crisis of the 21st Century, March 8 to 11, 2021 Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2021) ‘African values and the Migration Questions in the 21st Century: The Socio political and Psychological implications’, being paper presented at the 4th Chinua Achebe International Conference, 2021, held by the Institute of African Studies in collaboration with the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC), Theme: Re- evaluation of African values and Culture in the Face of the Crisis of the 21st Century, March 8 to 11, 2021 Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2020), ‘African Ideology: Igbo Paremiology in Promoting Morals, Peace and Human Security’,Paper Presented at the Association for the Promotion of African Studies (APAS) International Conference, held via virtual platform from the Chike Okoli Multipurpose Hall, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria, Theme: African ideologies, human security and Peace-Building, on Wednesdays 10th - Friday 12th June, 2020 Wayas David Tarhom , David-Wayas, Onyinye, Orabueze O. Florence, Chinwe Udechukwu, Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando Ukwueze Chinyere C., Okafor, Henrrieta, Eze Virginia, Kenechukwu Chidiogo Daniel, Ukeugo Oluchi Chris & Ibenekwu, Ikpechukwuka, (2020), ‘Ecolinguistics as an Emerging Research Paradigm and the need for Multidisciplinary Research’ paper presented at the International Conference of the Nigeria Ecolinguistics Association in collaboration with IEA, Theme: Ecological Discourses And Multidisciplinary Approaches To Environmental Sustainability, Held via virtual platform, from 7-9, December 2020 Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2019), ‘Contemporary African Studies: Foundation For Solidifying African History’, Paper Presented At The 3rd Chinua Achebe International Conference, Theme: Contemporary African Studies And The Chronicle For Perpetual Presence, Institute of African Studies, University Of Nigeria , Nsukka, Princess Alexandra Hall, 22ND May TO 25TH , 2019. Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2019), ‘African Studies And Culture Promotion: Achievements And Future Prospects’ Paper Presented At The 3rd Chinua Achebe International Conference, Theme: Contemporary African Studies And The Chronicle For Perpetual Presence, Held At Institute of African Studies, University Of Nigeria , Nsukka, Princess Alexandra Hall, 22nd May To 25th , 2019 Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2019), ‘Migrations, Modern Day Slavery And African Identity In Contemporary Times: The Trend and the Danger’, Paper Presented at the Association For The Promotion of African Studies (APAS) International Conference, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, at the Chike Okoli Multipurpose Hall, Theme: Migration and African Identity Question in a Contemporary World, 12 – 14 June, 2019 Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2019), ‘Priceless Nigerian Cultural And Heritage Objects: The Issue of Security In Nigerian Universities’ Museums, Paper Presented at the 24th Annual Archeological Association of Nigeria Conference, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Department Of Archaeology And Tourism, Theme: Evolving Trends In Archaeology, Tourism And Heritage Studies In Africa, A Conference In Honour Of Professor (Sir) Alex Ikechukwu Okpoko, KSM. (July 25, 1948 – November 9, 2018), 13th To 16th October 2019 Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2019). ‘African Studies and Culture Promotion: Achievements and Future Prospects’ Paper Presented at the 3rd Chinua Achebe International Conference, Theme: Contemporary African Studies and the Chronicle for Perpetual Presence, Institute of African Studies, University Of Nigeria, Nsukka, at the Princess Alexandra Hall, 22nd May To 25th, 2019 Onyejegbu, Maureen Nwando (2019). ‘Migrations, Modern Day Slavery and African Identity in Contemporary Times: the Trend and the Danger’, Paper Presented at the Association for the Promotion of African Studies (APAS) International Conference, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, at the Chike Okoli Multipurpose Hall, Theme: Migration and African Identity Question in a Contemporary World, 12-14 June, 2019

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