Igbo Studies Review, Number 3, 2015

Age-old Democratic Social Authority Patterns: The Bases of Igbo Identity and Politics
E. C. Ejiogu, PAGE 1

Metric System in Igbo Thought: A Systematization
Jonathan O. Chimakonam, PAGE 35

Biafra Memorabilia: De-Upholstering the Silhouette of Silence
Ifeanyi Ezeonu and Chima J. Korieh, PAGE 61

Subverting the Myth of Nwoke Luchaa Ogu Nwanyi Enwere Akuko: A Counter-Narrative of the Nigeria-Biafra War
Carol Ijeoma Njoku, PAGE 75

Ogbemudia`s Regime and Post-Civil War Reconstruction of Economic and Social Infrastructure in Western Igboland, 1970-1975
Daniel Olisa Iweze, PAGE 101

Cosmology and Ideological Religious Practice in Idemili Igbo Wall Art: An Appraisal
Francis Nnamdi Ikwuegbu, PAGE 121

Customary Arbitration and the Growth of Igbo Culture
Obiora Ann Amuche, PAGE 141

Traditional Female Same-sex Marriage among the Igbo of South-East Nigeria
Ukachi Wachuku, PAGE 163

Conflicting Representation of Womanhood in Igbo Cosmology
Ngozi Ezenwa-Ohaeto, PAGE 179

Nigeria’s Social Groups, Power Struggle and the Political Economy of Violence
Simeon H. O. Alozieuwa, PAGE 191

BOOK REVIEWS

The Slave Trade and Culture in the Bight of Biafra: An African Society in the Atlantic World. By G. Ugo Nwokeji. New York: Cambridge
University Press, 2010.
Thomas Bouril, PAGE 215

Dawn for Islam in Eastern Nigeria: A History of the Arrival of Islam in Igboland. By Egodi Uchendu. Berlin: Klaus Schwarz Verlag. 2012.
Obinna U. Muoh, PAGE 217

From Freedom to Freedom: Journeying Back to Heal the Wounds of the Atlantic Slave Trade. By Johnston Akuma-Kalu Njoku. Trenton:
Africa World Press. 2014.
Chima J. Korieh, PAGE 219

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