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Dr. Edward Ugbada Adie

Lecturer
Theatre and Media Studies
euadie@unical.edu.ng

Dr. Edward Ugbada Adie, is indigenous to Bekwarra Local Government Area of Cross River State-Nigeria. He is a holder of B.A (Hons.) Drama, Masters degree (M.A) in Development Communication and Ph.D in Theatre for Development from the prestigious Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria-Nigeria. Edward Adie teaches and researches in the areas of Theatre and Development Communication in the University of Calabar-Nigeria. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the journal of Theatre and Media Studies which is domiciled in the Department of Theatre, Film and Carnival Studies, University of Calabar. He is the Assistant Editor of Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS). He is also the Co-coordinating Editor of the Journal of Integrative Humanism (JIH) in Nigeria, a Journal domiciled in the University of Cape- Coast, Ghana. Dr. Edward Adie is the current Secretary General of the Faculties of Arts/Humanities Scholars Association of Nigerian Universities (FAHSANU). He is married with children.

Interfacing TfD and PLA for Participatory Voter Education: Abah’s Methodological Conversation as Paradigm in Journal of Integrative Humanism. Department of Classics, Cape Coast University, Ghana. Vol. 5, No 1, 2015. (www.intehumanismjournal.com)


Beyond the Mass Media: Quality Assurance in TFD as Development Communication Tool in The LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. Department of Philosophy, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Vol. 6, No 2, 2015. (www.theleajon.com)


Molding Children Environmentalists: The Learning by Drama Approach in The LEAJON, An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. Department of Philosophy, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Vol. 6, No 2, 2015. (www.theleajon.com)


Exploring Theatre for Development for Behavior Change Communication: The Example of the Clean Hands for Good Health Campaign in Journal of Theatre and Media Studies, Department of Theatre and Media Studies, University of Calabar, Nigeria.Vol. 1, No 1, 2015. (http://www.calabarconfaboftheatreandmedia.unical.edu.ng AND www,academix.ng)


Towards A Greater Relevance of Theatre: A Case for the Intensification of Popular Theatre Teaching in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions in The LEAGON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Department of Philosophy, University of Calabar, Nigeria.Vol. 6, No 1, 2014. (www.theleajon.com)


Understanding Empowerment for Sustainable Development in Nigeria: A Theatre and Participatory Communication Approach in Journal of Integrative Humanism, Department of Classics, Cape Coast University, Ghana.Vol. 4. No 1, 2014. (www.intehumanismjournal.com)


Documenting History and Prophesying through Drama: Emmy Idegu’s Beloved Odolu Kingdom as Paradigm in The LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Department of Philosophy, University of Calabar, Nigeria.Vol. 6, No 1, 2014. (www.theleajon.com)


Exploring the Potentials of Community Theatre as a Tool for Social Change:The Participatory Communication Method in Journal of Integrative Humanism. Department of Classics, Cape Coast University, Ghana.Vol. 4, No 1, 2014. (www.intehumanismjournal.com


Two Sides of a Coin: An Analysis of TfD as Process and as Product in Theatre and Media Studies in the Third Millenium. Kraft Books Limited Ibadan. 2017. 174-181. (Book Chapter)


Critical Issues and Criticism in the Praxis of Theatre for Development: an Experiential Discourse in Nigeria in Journal of Theatre and Media Studies. Department of Theatre and Media Studies, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Vol 1, no. 2. 2016 28-35 http://www.calabarconfaboftheatreandmedia.unical.edu.ngAND (www.academix.ng)


Theatre for Development as Research Method in a Globalized World : An Investigation into Factors Responsible for Voter Apathy amongst University Calabar Students in the 2015 General Elections in Nigeria… in NDUNODE, Calabar Journal of Humanities, vol. 12,no. 1 172-183 (www.academix.ng)googleschorlar),2016


History and Nigeria Drama: A Contextual Analysis of Ola Rotimi’s Ovonramwen Nogbaisi….. NDUNODE, Calabar Journal of Humanities , Vol 12, no. 1…. 218-225 (www.academix.ng)googleschorlar), 2016


Towards a Cinemapatory Theatre for Development: The Gure and Rumaya Experiment in journal of Theatre and Media Studies, University of Calabar, Nigeria,vol 2, no. 2, 2017(www.academix.ng)googleschorlar)


Utilitarian Theatre Forms Relatedness: The Imperative for Conceptual Clarification in LWATI, SOUTH AFRICA vol.14 ,no.4. (https://www.ajol.info.index.php.lwati)


Beyond Feminist Rhetoric in Africa Theatre Practice: A Study of Ngugi Wathiong’o’s and Ngugi Wamirii’s I Shall Marry When I Want.- Calabar Journal of Liberal Study(CAJOLIS) UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR, vol.20, no1.


The Nexus and Dissimilarity between Applied Theatre Forms:

An Analysis of Guerrilla Theatre and Theatre for Development. (Ndunode, Journal of Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar)


Theatre for Development as Development Communication Tool

(Department of Theatre and Performing Arts, ABU, Zaria)

No Results for Research Works done

Showing All Conferences Attended

Social and Behavioral Change Communication as a Veritable Tool for Creating Social Order in Africa’s Democratic System: The Nigerian Example.
First Faculty of Arts International Conference, University of Calabar, April 12th-15th, 2016. (SECRETARY LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE)
Start: Tuesday 12th April, 2016
End: Friday 15th April, 2016
Towards the Exposition of Children as Veritable Tools for Environmental Protection, Sustainability and Development: The Learning by Drama Approach.
Gombe International Conference of Literature, Gombe State University 11th-14th April, 2010.
Start: Sunday 11th April, 2010
End: Wednesday 14th April, 2010
Two Sides of a Coin: An Analysis of Theatre for Development as a Process and a Product.
Calabar International Conference of Theatre and Media Studies, University of Calabar, September 23rd-26th, 2015. (SECRETARY LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE)
Start: Wednesday 23rd September, 2015
End: Saturday 26th September, 2015
Towards a New Vista in Nigerian Theatre :Extending the Stage Performance to Cyber Space in Nigerian Universities
’ Theatre Arts Department---- Faculties of Arts/Humanities Association of Nigerian Universities International Conference, 9th- 13th, April, 2018 Calabar, (SECRETARY LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE)
Start: Monday 9th April, 2018
End: Friday 13th April, 2018
Poor Video and Film Production in Nigeria: The Need for the Re-examination of Standards towards Quality in the Nigerian Training Schools.
Society of Nigerian Theatre Artists Conference, Benue State University,12th-15th Oct. Markurdi, 2013.
Start: Saturday 12th October, 2013
End: Tuesday 15th October, 2013
No Results for Grants/Awards Received