Igbo Studies Review, Number 2, 2014

Biafran African Runaways in 18 th -Century Jamaica and Saint-Domingue: Evidence for an Atlantic African Ecumene
Douglas B. Chambers

The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and its Demographic Consequences in Owerri Area of Igboland: A Critical Analysis
Paul Obiyo Mbanaso Njemanze 21

The Christian Healthcare Legacy of Charles Heerey in Eastern Nigeria
Mary-Noelle Ethel Ezeh

Musical Paradigms in Igbo Folklore
Ikeogu Oke

The Communal, the Supreme—A Reading of Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart
Ijeoma Nwajiaku

Igbo Republicanism and Confucius’ Ideals of the Superior Man
Dorothy Oluwagbemi-Jacob

A Notion of Community in First Corinthians 12:12-26: A Key to Sustain the Igbo Concept of Ohaka in the Emerging Global Culture
Caroline N. Mbonu

Identity Construction and negotiation Among Second Generation Igbo Young Adults in the United States
Uchenna Onuzulike

Imu Ahia Na Imu Olu Maka Nkiruka
Biko Agozina

BOOK REVIEWS

Across the Atlantic: African Immigrants in the United States Diaspora.
Edited by Emmanuel Yewah and Dimeji Togunde. Illinois: Common Ground, 2010.
Ogechi E. Anyanwu

There Was a Country: A Personal History of Biafra.
By Chinua Achebe. London: Penguin Books, 2012
Dan Chima Amadi

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