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


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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