Igbo Studies Review, Number 5, 2017

British Conquest and Establishment of Communities in Old Bende Division of Southeastern Nigeria, 1900-1919
Chiedozie Ifeanyichukwu Atuonwu, PAGE 1

J.T.U. Aguiyi –Ironsi And Nigeria: Separating Myths from Facts
Odigwe A. Nwaokocha, PAGE 19

Catholic Church Leadership in Igboland in Post-Civil War Nigeria: Underlying Issues and Challenges
Iheanyi M. Enwerem, O . P ., PAGE 39

Omenuko, or Lessons on Sojourning for The Igbo
Ada Uzoamaka Azodo, PAGE 59

‘Money Makes Wealth’: Representing the Igbo Perceptions on Wealth, the Wealthy and Livelihoods in Achebe's Things Fall Apart
Ezinwanyi E. Adam, PAGE 75

“To The Unknow Chief”: Reflecting The Symbolism and Social Dynamics of Rulership as Revealed in Boniface Okafor’s Painting
Mercy Afor Okafor, PAGE 89

Igbo Artistic Tradition: Towards a Reconstruction Of Its Cultural Identity
Francis Ikwuegbu, PAGE 103

The New Iconoclasm and the Crisis of Igbo Traditional Artistic Heritage
John Kelechi Opara, PAGE123

BOOK REVIEWS

Mercy Angels: Joint Church Aid and the Humanitarian Crisis in Biafra, 1967-1970: International Human Rights and Joint Church Aid. By Arua Oko Omaka. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2016.
Chima J. Korieh, PAGE 143

The Politics of Biafra And the Future of Nigeria. By Chudi Offodile. Ibadan: Safari Books Ltd, 2016.
Ihechukwu Madubuike, PAGE 145

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