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Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Number 12: The Role of Indigenous Priests in the Evangelization of Northern Igboland

By Francis Anyika

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Number 12: The Role of Indigenous Priests in the Evangelization of Northern Igboland

Published: 01/06/2002

Tags: Priests in the Evangelization, Role of Indigenous Priests

Size: 4.30MB

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Number 7: Power and Religion: Implications and Illustrations

By E.i. Ifesieh

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Number 7: Power and Religion: Implications and Illustrations

Published: 01/12/1994

Tags: Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Power, Religion

Size: 2.16MB

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Number 7: The Slave, The Murderer, The Civil Authority

By Francis Anyika

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Number 7: The Slave, The Murderer, The Civil Authority

Published: 01/12/1994

Tags: Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Igbo Christianity, Slave Trade

Size: 2.59MB

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Number 10: African Traditional Religion and Culture As A Tool for National Reconciliation and Integration in Nigeria

By C.c. Agbodike

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Number 10: African Traditional Religion and Culture As A Tool for National Reconciliation and Integration in Nigeria

Published: 01/12/1999

Tags: Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Culture As A Tool for National Reconciliation and Integration in Nigeria, African Traditional Religion

Size: 3.34MB

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1

By J. Okoro Ijoma

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1

Published: 01/06/1987

Tags: Igbo Catholicism, The Onitsha Connection, Ikenga R.A Ozigbo

Size: 233.12KB

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1

By Chukwuma Azuonye

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1

Published: 01/06/1987

Tags: Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1, Micheal J.C Echeruo

Size: 2.73MB

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1

By Eva Kammler

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1

Published: 01/06/1987

Tags: African Travellers, Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1,, Edith Ihekwazu

Size: 334.48KB

Nsukka Journal of Humanities 8: Accidents in the Nigerian Coal Industry 1951 - 83

By J.o. Ahazuem

Nsukka Journal of Humanities 8: Accidents in the Nigerian Coal Industry 1951 - 83

Published: 01/12/1997

Tags: Journal article, Accidents, Nigerian coal industry, J.O. Ahazuem

Size: 1.63MB

Traditions, The Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1: Pursuit of the Intellectual life and Nigeria's Future

By A.o. Anya

Traditions, The Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1: Pursuit of the Intellectual life and Nigeria's Future

Published: 01/06/1987

Tags: Humanities, UNN, Arts, Nigeria's Future, Nsukka Journal of the Humanities

Size: 2.29MB

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1: Sources and Diffusion of Information about Cgange of Leadership in Nigeria

By Amobi Chukwumwrije

Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 1 No.1: Sources and Diffusion of Information about Cgange of Leadership in Nigeria

Published: 01/06/1987

Tags: Nsukka Journal of the Humanities,, UNN, Change of Leadership

Size: 1.81MB

Music as an Instrument of Punishment in Traditional Igbo Society: Insight from Lejja Iron Smelting Community, Enugu State, Nigeria

By Christian Chukwuma Opata, and Sam Chukwu

Examines how music is used in punishing offenders and preserving cherished heritage.

Published: 15/04/2014

Size: 1.07MB

Shun the Master, Embrace His Enemy”: The Second World War and the Image of Japan among Some Igbo Communities

By Christian Chukwuma Opata, and Apex A Apex

Explores the reactions of the Igbo to colonial legislation during WW 11 and Igbo support for the Axis Powers, mostly Japan

Published: 15/05/2012

Size: 121.65KB

“Title, Rituals, and Land Use: The Heritage of a Nigerian Society”

By Christian Chukwuma Opata, and Odoja Asogwa

Emphasise how titles are used n regulation of land use among some Igbo communities

Published: 04/07/2017

Size: 101.27KB

Uzo Mma: Pathway to Intangible Heritage in Otobo Ugwu Dunoka Lejja, South-eastern Nigeria

By Christian Chukwuma Opata, and Apex A Apex

This is an examination of the nexus between tangible and Intangible heritage in Otobo Ugwu Dunoka Lejja, an iron smelting site in Southeastern Nigeria

Published: 11/07/2017

Size: 4.52MB

Ikenga: Journal of African Studies

By S. J. S. Cookey, F. I. Ekejiuba, et al

One of the major themes of Igbo history which is yet to be written is the development of the slave trade and its political and social impact on the former Eastern Region of Nigeria. Unfortunately, the evidence necessary for undertaking this study has not been assembled so that a general overview can be taken.

Published: 02/12/2018

Size: 1.34MB