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Mr. Patrick Oko Odey

Assistant Lecturer
History and International Studies
patrickodey@unical.edu.ng

Patrick Oko Odey obtained a B. A (Hons) in History and International Studies and a Masters in Nigerian History from the University of Calabar, Nigeria. His research interest is on Inter-Group Relations, Nation-Building and Democratization in Nigeria. He has attended and presented papers in conferences with several publications to his credit in learned journals and books. He is currently a Doctoral candidate in the Department of History and International Studies, University of Calabar, Nigeria.

David L. Imbua and Patrick O. Odey.

“Africa Before European Contact.” In Selected Issues in Social Studies Education. Calabar; 2013,192-208.


David L. Imbua and Patrick O. Odey.

“Africa in the Slavery and Slave Trade Era.” In Selected Issues in Social Studies Education. Calabar; 2013,209-231.


David L. Imbua and Patrick O. Odey.

“Political Systems in Nigeria: Pre-Colonial Times-1960.” In Current Development in Social Studies Education. Lagos; 2014, 196-222.


Patrick O. Odey,

“Ethnicity and the Politics of State Creation: The Ogoja Experience.” In Ethnic Minority Agitations and Political Development in Nigeria, Vol. 1. Abuja; 2015, 145-158.


Patrick O. Odey,

“US-Nigeria Relations: A Study in Bilateralism” in The Calabar Historical Journal, Volume 5, No.2, December 2013, 66-83.


Patrick O. Odey,

“Constitutionalism and the Minority Issues in Nigeria” in Okon Uya @ 70: Issues in Historiography, Nation-Building and the African Diaspora. Makurdi: 2016, 518-539.


Patrick O. Odey,

“Military and Non-Military Threats to Girl-Child Education in a Security Threatened Society” Sokoto Journal of History, Vol. 4, September, 2015, 135-149.


Patrick O. Odey,

“Yala and Her Neighbours Since the 20th Century” in Benue Valley Journal of Humanities, 164-180.


Patrick O. Odey,

“From Cooperation to Domination: The Calabar-Ogoja Experience.” In Calabar on the Cross River: Historical and Cultural Studies. New Jersey: 2017, 273-288.


Patrick O. Odey.

“Urbanization and Social Vices: The Skolombo Phenomenon in Calabar, Cross River State.” In Urbanization, Security and Development Issues in Nigeria, 1914-2014 (Festschrift in Honour of Professor Enoch Oyedele). Zaria: 2016, 388-404.


David L. Imbua, Sandy O. Onor and Patrick O. Odey.

A Companion to African History in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Makurdi: 2017.


Patrick O. Odey.

“Social Media and the 2015 General Elections in Nigeria.” In The 2015General Elections in Nigeria: Emerging Issues. Abuja: 2017, 285-306.


Patrick O. Odey.

“International Organizations.” In Europe and the Wider World: A Reader. Makurdi: 2018, 176-203.

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2. International Conference on Calabar. Theme: “Calabar Through Times: Issues and Challenges”
The Conference interrogated the role of Calabar from the pre-colonial to post-colonial periods.
Start: Monday 24th April, 2017
End: Wednesday 31st December, 1969
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