Prof. Mbah Boniface Monday.

Department: Linguistics And Nigeria Languages
Faculty: Arts
Designation : Professor
Email: boniface.mbah@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +2348038535106


Publications (Articles and Journals):

 JOURNAL ARTICLES

1. Mbah, B.M. & Mbah, E.E. (2015). “Tone Government in Igbo Syntax”.  Language Sciences. Vol. 50

2. Mbah, B.M. (2015). “On the Process Verbs in Igbo”. Igbo Language Studies: A Journal of Igbo Language and Linguistics. Maiden Edition. 105-110

3. Akabogu, J.U, Mbah, B.M. & Agalamanyi, C.U. (2014). “The Impact of Modern Civilisation on the Socio-political and Religious Develpoment of the African People: An Igbo Community Experience”. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol. 13 No 4 Pp 1-5 (IF: 1.589)

4. Mbah, B.M. & Mbah, E.E (2014). RV Applicative in Igbo. The Journal of West African Language. Vol. XLIsNo. 1 57-71  

5. Igbeaku, B.C, Mbah, B.M. & Mbah, E.E (2013). Epenthetic Tone in Igbo: An 

Autosegmental Analysis. Nsukka Working papers in Language, Linguistics and Literature. Vol. 1 No.1. Pp 58-69

6. Asogwa, P.N., G. I. Nwaozuzu, G.I. & Mbah, B.M. ( 2013). Syntactic Constraints in Igbo.  Nsukka Working Papers in Language, Linguistics and Literature. Vol. 1 No.1. Pp 108-114

7. Prezi, G.O., Ikekeonwu, C.I., Agbedo, C.U. & Mbah, B.M.  (2013). Ambiguity in 

Igbo: An Inferential Analysis. Nsukka Working papers in Language, Linguistics and Literature. Vol. 1 No.1. Pp 115-126 

8. Akabogu, J.U. & Mbah, B.M. (2013). “Second language Acquisition, Language

Attrition and Teaching of Indigenous Languages in Nigeria”. Journal of

Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol. 13 No 4 Pp 1-5 (IF: 1.589)

9. Mbah, B.M. & Ogbonna, J.E. (2012). “Local Colouration” Developing Country Studies

10. Mbah, B.M & Mbah, E.E. (2012). “Phonological Features of Verb Compounds in Igbo”. The Journal of West African Languages. Vol. XXXIX No. 2. 99-114

11. Mbah, B.M. & Akabogu, J.E (2012). Worldviews, Thought and Word Order Teaching and Learning in Nigeria. International Journal of Educational and Scientific Research. Vol. 2-3, 53-62 (IF: 2.5437 )

12. Mbah, B.M (2012). “Language Policy, Language Education and the Role of the Teacher in Indigenous Language Education in Nigeria”. Journal of Education and Practice.Vol. 3 No. 10 48-54 (IF:5.47)

 

13. Mbah, B.M & Edeoga, P.N. (2012). “Image Schema of the Verb ‘Se’ in Igbo Semantics”. Research in Humanities and Social Sciences. 2.7. 41-47 

 

14. Mbah, B.M, Mbah, E.E. & Iloene, M.I. (2012). “Phonology of Morpho-syntactic Clitics”. Research in Humaities and Social Sciences. 2.6. 176-191

 

15. Mbah, B.M, (2012). “The Role of the Mothertongue and Language of the Immediate Community in National Development”  Journal of the Nigerian Language Teachers. 5. 1-18

 

16. Mbah, B.M (2009). “Ndezi Igbo: Myị Emetụ Dị Ka Ntụ” Journal of Igbo Studies Vol. 4 2009

 

17. Mbah, B.M, (2008). ”Ambiguity in Igbo” Ikenga International Journal of African Studies Vol. X  1-13

 

18. Mbah, B.M, (2008). “The Teaching and Learning of the Igbo Tone: Steps in its Understanding and Imparting in a Typical Classroom Situation” Review in Education Vol. 20

 

19. Mbah, B.M, (2007). “Crying Wolf in Igbo Studies: The Resort of the Idle Scholar” Journal of Igbo Studies Vol. 2

 

20. Mbah, B.M, (2007). “The Igbo-Yoruba Separation: A Double Blind Double Dummy Glottochronological Account” Journal of Igbo Studies Vol. 3 2007

 

21. Mbah, B.M, (2005). “Inchoatives, Middles, Passives and Ergativity in Igbo” Nsukka Journal of the Humanities Vol. 15 

 

22. Mbah, B.M, (2004). “Form a Paradigm: A Joiner against Nominal Compounds in Igbo” Nsukka Journal of the Humanities Vol. 15 

 

23. Mbah, B.M, (2006). “Anaphora and Semantic Interpretation in Igbo” Nsukka Journal of the Humanities Vol. 16 (see letter of acceptance)

 

24. Mbah, B.M, (2005). “The Government Phonology of /ŋ/ in Igbo” Journal of Igbo Studies Vol. 1

 

25. Mbah, B.M, (2004). “Tone and Syntactic Integrity in Igbo” Nsukka Journal of African Languages and Linguistics Vol. 2 No. 2

 

26. Mbah, B.M, (2004). “Proof that X0= X” Kiabara: Journal of Humanities, University of Port Harcourt Vol. 9. No. 2

 

27. Mbah, B.M, (2004). “Is Igbo Syntactically Right or Left Branching” Kiabara: Journal of Humanities, University of Port Harcourt Vol. 10 No. 1

 

28. Mbah, B.M, (2001). “Precede and Command” Nsukka Journal of African Languages and Linguistics Vol. 2 No. 1

 

29. Mbah, B.M, (2000). “The Logic of Phrase Structure” Journal of the Linguistic Association of Nigeria Vol. 7

 

30. Mbah, B.M, (1997). “Methodological Problems in Existing Corpus Planning Activities in Igbo Language” OBUJES Vol. 3 No. 1

 

31. Mbah, B.M, (1997). “The Prize Tag” Okike: An African Journal of New Writing No. 37

 

32. Mbah, B.M, (1997). “God in Igbo Mythology: Evidence from Linguistics and Folklore” Journal of Languages and Literatures No. 4

 

33. Mbah, B.M, (1993). “Relation Clause: the Case of Igbo” Journal of Studies in Education: A Journal of the Academic Forum, University of Nigeria, Nsukka Vol. II 

 

34. Mbah, B.M, (1993). “The Question of Adjectives in Igbo: A Re-visitation” Journal of General Studies Vol. 1. No 3

 

35. Mbah, B.M, (1993). “The Principles and Problems of Translation: Four Examples from Igbo” Olu: Journal of the Nsukka Linguistic Association No. 4

 

36. Mbah, B.M, (1993). “On Binding Conditions and Anaphora in Igbo” Olu: Journal of the Nsukka Linguistic Association No.3

 

BOOK

1. Mbah, B.M. (Ed.) (2017). Theories of Contextual Linguistics.. Awka: Amaka Dreams Publishers Ltd.

2. Mbah, B.M. (Ed.) (2016). Theories of Linguistics. Nsukka: University of Nigeria Press

3. Mbah, B.M (2014). Atụtụ Amụmamụ Asụsụ. Nsukka:University of Nigeria Press

4. Mbah, B.M, Mbah, E., Ikeokwu, E., Nweze, I., Okeke, C., Ugwuona, C., Eze, 

E.A, Onu, J., Akaeze, C., Omeje, G. & Uzoigwe, B. (2013).“Igbo Adị: Igbo-Englsih English-Igbo Dictionary of Linguistic and Literary Terms”. Nsukka: University of Nigeria Press

 

5. Mbah, B.M, Nwaozuzu, G.I. & Oli, J.  (2013). Igbo-English Medical 

Dictionary: Nsukka: University of Nigeria Press

 

6. Mbah, B.M. (2011). GB Syntax: A Mininmalist Theory and Application to Igbo. 

Enugu: Cross Rivers State Chapter of Association of Nigerian Authors

 

7. Mbah, B.M., Apakama, L. & Ezugwu, U.. (2010). Ọkachamma Igbo: Akwụkwọ 

Ọgụgụ Igbo Maka Ndị Praịmarị 1-6 . Lagos: Longman Nigeria PLC

 

8. Mbah, B.M., Apakama, L. & Ezugwu, U.. (2010). Mkpanaka Ndị Nkụzi Maka 

 

Ịkụzi Ọkachamma Igbo: Akwụkwọ Ọgụgụ Igbo Maka Ndị Praịmarị 1-6. Lagos: Longman Nigeria PLC

 

9. Mbah, B.M, & Uchechukwu, C. (Eds.) (2010). The Preposition in Igbo. Onitsha: 

Edumail Publications Ltd.

10. Mbah, B.M, (co-ed.). UPL Igbo-English Dictionary (in press)

 

11. Mbah, B.M, & Mbah E. E. (Eds.) (2008). History of Linguistics and Communication: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor P.A. Nwachukwu. Enugu: Paschal Communication

 

12. Mbah, B.M, (2007). Azuonye: Lectures on Igbo Literature and Stylistics Nsukka: University of Nigeria Press

 

13. B.M. Mbah, Ndimele, O. M. & Ikekeonwu, (Eds.) (2006). Language and Economic Reforms in Nigeria. Port Harcourt: M&J Grand Orbit Communications Ltd and Emhai Press

 

14. Mbah, B.M,, Anagbogu, P.N. & Eme, C.A. (2001, second edition 2010). Introduction to Linguistics. Awka: JFC Ltd

 

15. Mbah, B.M, & Mbah, E.E (2000). Topics in Phonetics and Phonology. Nsukka: AP Express Publishers 

 

16.  B.M. Mbah (1999). Studies in Syntax: Igbo Phrase Structure. Nsukka: Prize Book Publishers

 

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

1. Mbah, B.M. (2012). “Transitivity in Igbo: When the Paradigm Shifts”. In C. Uchechukwu (Ed.). Igbo Language Studies Series. 5. Umunze: Annyco Publishers

2. Mbah, B.M. (2011). Extension or convergence. In Uchechukwu, C. (Ed.). Extensional suffixes and clitics in Igbo. Igbo languages studies series. No. 4.  63-88

3. Mbah, B.M. (2010). “Category Incorporated Preposition”. In B.M. Mbah and C. Uchechukwu (Eds.). The Preposition in Igbo. Onitsha: Edumail Publications Ltd.

4. Mbah, B.M. & Uchechukwu, C. (2010). “The Igbo Prepositional Phrase” In B.M. Mbah and C. Uchechukwu (Eds.). The Preposition in Igbo. Onitsha: Edumail Publications Ltd.

5. Mbah, B.M. (2008). “D[ and Nwere: Toward a Study of Integral and Locational Predication in Igbo” in O.M. Ndimele, I.I. L. Udoh and O.Anyanwu (Eds.) Critical Issues in the Study of Linguistics, Languages and Literatures in Nigeria: A Festchrift for Conrad Max Benedict Brann. Port Harcourt: M & J Grand Orbit Communications Ltd and Emhai Press

 

6. Mbah, B.M. (2008). “On X-Bar Syntax” in B.M. Mbah and E.E Mbah (Eds.) History of Linguistics and Communication: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor P.A. Nwachukwu. Nsukka: Great AP Express Ltd

 

7. Mbah, B.M. (2006). “A Collection of Poems” in I.U. Nwadike (Ed.) Akonauche Onitsha: Pacific Publishers Ltd

 

8. Mbah, B.M. (2005). “Epenthetic Tone in Igbo: A Syntactic Description” in O.M. Ndimele (Ed.) Globalisation and Languages in Africa. Port Harcourt: Global Communications in Association with Emhai Press

 

9. Mbah, B.M. (2005). “Verbal Compound in Igbo: A Transformational Account” in O.M. Ndimele (Ed.) Globalisation and Languages in Africa: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor P.A. Nwachukwu Port Harcourt: Global Communications in Association with Emhai Press

 

10. Mbah, B.M. (2005). “Biographical Note and Citation of Professor P.A. Nwachukwu” in O.M. Ndimele (Ed.) Globalisation and Languages in Africa: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor P.A. Nwachukwu Port Harcourt: Global Communications in Association with Emhai Press

 

11. Mbah, B.M. (2005). “Tone as a Governor in Syntax” in O.M. Ndimele (Ed.) Language and Culture in Nigeria: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Okon Essien.  Port Harcourt: Global  Communications in Association with Emhai Press

 

12. Mbah, B.M. (2003). “The Syntax of Complementation in Igbo” in O.M. Ndimele (Ed.) In the Linguistic Paradise:  A Festschrift in Honour of Professor E. N. Emenanjo. Aba: NINLAN

 

13. Mbah, B.M. (2002) .“The Igbo Script: A Hindsight” in O.M. Ndimele (Ed.) Four Decades in the Study of Languages and Linguistics in Nigeria: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Kay Williamson. Aba: NINLAN

 

14. Mbah, B.M. (2002). “The Contribution of B.O. Oluikpe to Semantic Theory” in B.N. Anasiudu, G.I. Nwaozuzu and C.N. Okebalama  (Eds.) Language and Literature in a Developing Country: Essays in Honour of Professor B.O. Oluikpe Onitsha: Africana First Publishers

 

15. Mbah, B.M. (1999). “On the Criterion of Defining of African Literature: The Language Option” in G. Simire (Ed.) Acts of the 9th Biannual Conference of the Modern Languages Association of Nigeria PP 235-241

 

16. Mbah, B.M. (1999). “Listening and Voice Modulation in a Large Class: Implication for Learning” in J. Otagburuagu (Ed.) Common Frontiers in Communication Skills Abuja: National Universities Commission

 

17. Mbah, B.M. (1997). “Tonemic Commutability and Semantic Change: The Case of Register Tone Languages.” in A. U. Iwara (Ed.) New Approaches in Linguistics and Literary Analysis. Ibadan: Linguistics Association of Nigeria

 

TRANSLATIONS 

1. Igboanusi, H., Mbah, B.M, Nwaozuzu, G.I.  et al (2016). Translation of HIV, AIDS and Ebola Terms into Igbo. A TETFUND Sponsored Project

2. Mbah, B.M. (2011).  Inweta Atụtụ Ihe Ziri Ezi N’echiche Ndị Afrịka : A translation of Toward an African Moral Theory. A Project Sponsored by Dr. L.O. Ugwuanyị, University of Abuja, Nigeria

 

3. Mbah, B.M. Mbah, E.E & Ikeokwu, E.S. (2008). National Survey of the Administration and In-take of Drugs in Nigeria, A National Neuropsychiatric Hospital Sponsored Project

 

4. Mbah, B.M & G.I. Nwaozuzu (2006). A Multi-centre, Randomised, Double Blind, Double Dummy Study Comparing the Efficacy and Safety of Chloroproguamic-sepsone-artesunate versus Antemether-lumefantrin in the Treatment of Acute Uncomplicated plasmodium falciparum Malaria in Children and Adolescents in Africa (with the Subject Information and Consent/Insert Form Minors over Twelve Years and Minor Females of Child Bearing Potential): A World Health Organisation, GlaxoSmithKlime Sponsored Publication)  

 

5. B.M. Mbah (2005). The Asylum Act of 1997 of the Government of Austria

 

6. Mbah, B.M. & Nwachukwu, P.A. (2003). Public Shares Purchase Loans Scheme (PSPLS) of the Federal Government of Nigeria (A Bureau of Public Enterprises Project Sponsored by Bifocal Communications Ltd, Kaduna)

 

7. Mbah, B.M., Nwachukwu, P.A. & Ndukwe, P.I. (2002). Legio Mariae An Official Handbook of the Legion of Mary: Dublin, Ireland:Concilium of Legio Mariae

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS

1. Mbah, B.M. (2016). Ihe Ndị Igbo Na-ede Dị Iche N’ihe Ha Na-asụ: Gịnị Kpatara Ọnọdụ a. A Keynote Address to Maiden Confeence of Otu Iwelite Asụsụ na Omenala Igbo, Dora Akunyili Widowhood Centre, Awka,   July 12, 2016 

2. Mbah, B.M. (2016). “Examination Scores and Scoring in Federal University, Ndufu-Alike Ikwo, Ebonyi State”. A Paper Presented During a Faculty Re-Orientation Seminar on the theme, Consolidating FUNAI Standards in Examination Ethics, Principles and Practices in the Humanities and Social Sciences.

3. Mbah, B.M. (2015). “Orthographical Inconsistencies and Igbo Lexicography”. A Paper Presented during the 6th Annual Conference of the Igbo Studies Series, Nnamdi Azikiwe 

University, Awka, Nov. 23-25 

4. Mbah, B.M. (2014). “An Ecocritical Analysis of the Downstepped Tone in Igbo”. A Lead Paper Presented During the 5th Igbo Studies Series Symposium, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, November 24-26, 2014

5. Mbah, B.M. & C. Ezema (2014). “Nsogbu Ịkụzi Ụdaolu Igbo N’ụlọakwụkwọ Sekọndịrị“. A Paper Presented During the 5th Igbo Studies Series Symposium, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, November 24-26, 2014

6. Mbah, B.M & Ezema, C.A. (2014). “Authorial and Textual Security in a Globalised World (Nchedo Odee na Nchekwa Ederede N’ụwa Mmemizuzugbe)”. A Paper Presented During the 8th Annual Conference of Igbo Studies Association, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, September 23-26

7. Mbah, B.M & Ezema, C.A. (2014). “Adịmire Nsirihụ Ndị Igbo N’ebe Nsụmede Uke Asụsụ Igbo na Mmeta Ụmụ Akwụkwọ Dị”. A Paper Presented During the 8th Annual Conference of Igbo Studies Association, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, September 23-26 

8. Akabogu, J.U, Mbah, B.M. & Agalamanyi, C.U. (2014). “The Impact of Modern Civilisation on the Socio-political and Religious Develpoment of the African People: An Igbo Community Experience”. A Paper Presented at the World Igbo Congress, Atlanta, USA

9. Modesta Iloene, Mbah, B.M &  Mbah, E. (2013). “The Use of New Technologies for the Teaching of the Igbo Language in Schools: Challenges and Prospects” A Paper Presented During the Conference 2013 Eurocall Conference, University of Evora, Portugal, 11-14 September

10. Mbah, E., Mbah, B.M & Modesta Iloene, (2013). “Podcasts for Learning English Pronunciation in Igboland: Students’ Experiences and Expectatioon” A Paper Presented During the Conference 2013 Eurocall Conference, University of Evora, Portugal, 11-14 September

11. Mbah, B.M. & Akabogu, J.E. (2013). “Second language Acquisition, Language Attrition and Teaching of Indigenous Languages in Nigeria”. Paper Presented at the Conference of American Association of Applied Linguists (AAAL), Dallas Texas, March 16-19, 2013

12. Mbah, B.M. (2012). “On Process Verbs in Igbo”. A Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of Igbo Language Studies, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, November 26-28, 2012

13. Mbah, B.M. (2012). “Nigerian Languages as Sources of National Integration and Security”. A Lead Paper Presented at the Annual National Conference of the School of Languages, College of Education, Ankpa, Kogi State, November 12-16th, 2012

14. Mbah, B.M. & Iloene, M.I. (2012). “Plurality and Pluralisation in Igbo”. A Paper Presented at the 7th Annual National Conference of the Igbo Studies Association, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, October 22-26th, 2012

15. Mbah, B.M., Onuorah, R.C & R.I. Okoye (2012). “Language in the Education and Human Resource Development in Africa.” A Paper Presented at the Second International Conference of National Association for Research Development (NARD), University of Uyo, September 10-14th, 2012

16. Mbah, B.M. (2010). “Exension or Convergence: A Re-analysis of Head Affix Merger in Igbo” A Paper Presented During a Workshop of the Igbo Language Series II, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, December 10. 

17. Mbah, B.M. (2010). “A Phonosemantic Study of Phonoaesthetic Ideophone, and Onomatopoeia: the Relevance of Concatenation and Juxtaposition in Igbo Syntax”. A Paper Presented during the Maiden National Conference of the Department of Linguistics, Igbo and other Nigerian Languages, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, July 20-23

18. Mbah, B.M. (2010). “The Role of the Mothertongue and Language of the Immediate Community in National Development”. A Lead Paper Presented during the Second National Conference of the Association of Nigerian Language Teachers, Federal College of Education, Kotangora, Niger State, May 10.  

19. Mbah, B.M. (2009). “Category Incorporated Preposition in Igbo” A Paper Presented During a Workshop of the Igbo Language Series I, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, December 8.

20. Mbah, B.M. & Uchechukwu, C. (2009). “The Prepositional Phrase” A Paper Presented During a Workshop of the Igbo Language Series I, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, December 8.

21. Mbah, B.M. (2008). “Ambiguity in Igbo” A Paper Presented During an International Conference on Governance in Africa in the 21st Century Organised by the Institute of African Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka July 2-3

22. Mbah, B.M. (2008). “The RV Affix in Igbo” A Paper Presented During the 4th Annual Conference of the Igbo Studies Association, University of Nigeria, Nsukka September 16-19

23. Mbah, B.M. (2007). “D[ and Nwere: Toward a Study of Integral and Locational Predication in Igbo” A Paper Presented During an International Conference of the Linguistic Association Nigeria, University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, November 19-22

24. Mbah, B.M. (2007). “Quantifiers in Igbo: The Case of Vague and Explicit Quantifiers” A Paper Presented During the 3rd Annual Conference of the Igbo Studies Association, University of Nigeria, Nsukka September 16-19

25. Mbah, B.M. (2006). “Anaphora and Semantic Interpretation in Igbo” A Paper Presented During the XXth Conference of the Linguistics Association of Nigeria Held at the University of Abuja, November 13-17

26. Mbah, B.M. (2006). “Syntactic Government in Igbo: the Case of Igbo” A Paper Presented During an International Conference of the West African Languages Congress Held at the University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin Republic, July 30- August 6

27. Mbah, B.M. (2005). “Tone and Syntactic Integrity in Igbo” A Paper Presented During the XIXth Conference of the Linguistic Association Nigeria, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, September 25-28

28. Mbah, B.M. (2005). “Logical Semantics: The Applicability of the Four Fold Scheme of Proposition to Igbo” A Paper Presented During the !st Annual Conference of the Igbo Studies Association, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, September 21-24

29. Mbah, B.M. (2004). “The Government Phonology of /ŋ/ in Igbo” A Paper Presented During the XVIIth Conference of the Linguistic Association Nigeria, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, October 25-28

30. Mbah, B.M. (2004). “Nominal Compounds in Igbo” A Paper Presented During the 1st Annual Conference of the Igbo Studies Association, University of Nigeria, October 5-8

31. Mbah, B.M. (2002). “Precede and Command” A Paper Presented During the Valedictory Seminar in Honour of Professor B.O. Oluikpe, University of Nigeria, Nsukka February 26-28

32. Mbah, B.M. (2002). “Semantic Structure: A Comparative Analysis of Fodor and Katz (1964) and Oluikpe (1979)” A Paper Presented During the Valedictory Seminar in Honour of Professor B.O. Oluikpe, University of Nigeria, Nsukka February 26-28

33. Mbah, B.M. (2001). “The Concept of Language Planning and the Problem of Implementation: The Case of the Nigerian language Policy” A Paper Presented During the 10th Bi-annual Conference and AGM of the Modern Language Association of Nigeria, Held at the French Village Badagry, September 26-28

34. Mbah, B.M. & Mbah, E.E. (2001). “A Preliminary Report on the Evaluation of the Nigerian language: the Case of Kano, Oyo and Rivers States” A University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Senate Research Grant Sponsored Project Presented at 10th Bi-annual Conference and AGM of the Modern Language Association of Nigeria, Held at the French Village Badagry, September 26-28

35. Mbah, B.M. (1999). “On the Criterion of Defining African Literature: The Language Option” A Paper Presented at 9th Bi-annual Conference and AGM of the Modern Language Association of Nigeria, Held at University of Benin, February 10-13

36. Mbah, B.M. (1999). “A Guide to Good Neighbourliness for the Igbo in the Diaspora” A Lead Paper Presented at a 2-day National Conference, Federal College of Education, Zaria, Kaduna State, May 19-20

37. Mbah, B.M. (1999). “On the Projection of Lexical Items into Phrases in Igbo” A Paper Presented During the XVIth Conference of the Linguistic Association Nigeria, NINLAN, December 7-11

38. Mbah, B.M. (1998). “Linguistics Origins of Computer Programming” A Paper Presented During an International Conference Jointly Organised by the Computer Communications Centre and the Institute of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, May 6-9

39. Mbah, B.M. (1997). “Tonemic Commutability and Semantic Change: The Case of Register Tone Languages.” A Paper Presented During the XVth Conference of the Linguistic Association Nigeria, Uthman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto, November 3-7

40. Mbah, B.M. (1997). “Disseminating Bereavement: The Nsukka Factor in the Communication Process” A Paper Presented During the Pan-Igbo Igbo National Conference, Renaissance Centre, Enugu April 16-18

41. Mbah, B.M. (1997). “Traditional Titles in Nsukka: Power and Structure in a Changing Society” A Paper Presented During the an International Workshop on Titles and Honours in the Igbo Culture Area, Institute of African Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, February 18-20

42. Mbah, B.M. (1996). “Translation: Problems and Prospects of Translating Scientific and Ecclesiastical Terms into Igbo” A Paper Presented During the Second National Workshop on Translating and Interpreting in Nigerian Languages, NINLAN, Aba November 4-8

43. Mbah, B.M. (1993). “Listening and Voice Modulation in a Large Class: Implications for Learning” A Paper Presented at the Communications Project: COMSKIP/COMSKIPTECH International Conference, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, March 28-31

44. Mbah, B.M. (1993). ”The Nigerian Language Policy: Its Possible Consequences” A Paper Presented During the National Association of Language and Business Educators Conference, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, October 27-31

45. Mbah, B.M. (1991). ”The Teaching of Nigerian Languages in Plateau State: Implications for Teacher Production in Federal College of Education, Pankshin”, A Paper Presented During the Conference on the Production of Nigerian Language Teachers, Federal College of Education, Osiele, Abeokuta, February 11-14

 




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