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

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

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

    Ikeogu Oke, Musical Paradigms in Igbo Folklore.

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

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

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

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

    Biko Agozina, Imu Ahia Na Imu Olu Maka Nkiruka.


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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


    Chima J. Korieh, 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, PAGE 143.

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


    Thomas Bouril,  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, PAGE 215.

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

    Chima J. Korieh, 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, PAGE 219.


    Ada Uzoamaka Azodo, Theatre for Social Justice and Human Dignity in Contemporary Nigeria: A Critical Reading of Selected Four Plays by Onyeka Iwuchukwu, PAGE 1.

    B. E. Nwigwe, Causality in Selected Cultural Novels by Chinua Achebe: Perspectives in Igbo Metaphysics, PAGE 23.

    Monica Nnenne Okafor, The Use of Language to Communicate the Triumph of Igbo Communal Feeling over Individual Aspiration in Akachi Ezeigbo’s Aagaracha Must Come Home, PAGE 39.

    Obinna Ihunna, Igbo Leadership and the Rhetoric of Federalism in Post-Civil War Nigeria, PAGE 51.

    Anayo Enechukwu, International Human Rights and Igbo Culture: An Appraisal of Igbo Traditional Leadership, PAGE 85.

    Mbarah George Ogbonna, Chi and Moral Autonomy in Igbo Thought, PAGE 99.

    Vincent Chukwuemeka Okpara, Igbo Traditional Architecture: A Study of a Culture in Transition, PAGE 117.


    Ada Uzoamaka Azodo, The Struggle for People House, PAGE131.


    Vitalis Nwashindu, Nigerian Political Leaders: Visions, Actions and Legacies. Edited by Apollos O. Nwauwa and Juluis O. Adekunle. Glassboro, NJ: Goldline and Jacobs Publishing. 2015, PAGE 135.

    Chima J. Korieh, Perspectives on Igbo History and Culture: Festschrift in Honour of Professor Okoro Ijoma. Edited by D. I. Ajaegbo, Kelechi Johnmary Ani, and Pail Obi-Ani. Enugu: Snap Press, 2015, PAGE 139.