Theatre and Media Studies
Andrew, Esekong. “Classical African Arts: Remodeling the Base of Contemporary Theatre Practice.” Sankofa: Journal of the Humanities 1.1 (June, 2003): 48 – 74 www.sankofajournal.org/index.php/snakofa.
Andrew, Esekong. “Arts, Religion and the New Social Order: Emerging Trends in Mediation in an Age of Globalization.” Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research
Andrew, Esekong. “Visual and Theatrical Elements in Two Emerging Nigerian Carnivals.” Critical Interventions: Journal of African Art History and Visual Culture 6. (Spring, 2010): 62 – 76. www.aachron.com/editions/critical...index.php.
Andrew, Esekong. “Colour Blocking: Disregarding Traditional Artistic Colour Harmonies or Promoting Post-Modernist Expressionism?” Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research 10.3 (September, 2013): 148 – 160. www.ajol.info/index.php/lwati
Andrew, Esekong and Elizabeth Andrew-Essien. “Arts, Tourism and the Environment: An Overview of Critical Intersections in Nigeria”. Mediterranean Journal of Social Science 4.6 (July 2013): 275 – 284. www.mcser.org/journal/index.php/mjss.
Andrew, Esekong. “Aesthetic and Utilitarian Considerations in Design Evaluation for Theatre Productions.” Arts and Design Studies 23 (2014): 1 – 5. www.iiste.org.
Andrew, Esekong, Chris Agibe and Emmanuel Eneh “Technical Improvisations for Carnival Float Robotics: A Study of Passion 4 Designs in Carnival Calabar 2008 – 2012.” Management Science and Engineering. 8.2 (2014): 21 -32. www.cscanada.net/index.php/mse.
Andrew, Esekong. “Configurations of the African Masks: Form, Functions and the Transcendental.” Cross Cultural Communications 10.4 (2014): 218 – 223. www.cscanada.net/index.php/ccc.
Andrew, Esekong. “Essential Elements of Spatial Definition in Theatre Architecture.” Arts and Design Studies 32 (2015): 1 – 4. www.iiste.org .
Andrew, Esekong. “Production Elements of Design in Dramatic Composition”. Focus on Theatre 2.3. (April, 2001): 11 – 24.
Andrew, Esekong. “Integrating World Civilizations Through Multi-Polar Communications.” Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities. 3.2 (2002): 136-148.
Andrew, Esekong. “Staging the Two and Three-Dimensional in Wole Soyinka’s The Beatification of Area Boy”. Focus on Theatre. 3.2 (August, 2002): 153 – 163.
Andrew, Esekong. “Linearity Versus Contiguity: Examining the Perception of Time and Space in Ibibio Culture, Nigeria.” JOTAMS - A Journal of Theatre and Media Studies 1.1 (April, 2015): 1- 5.
Nwamuo, Chris and Esekong Andrew. “Complexities in the Development of the Nigerian Youth.” Theatre Studies Review 4.1 (January, 2004): 79 – 91.
Andrew, Esekong. “The Dynamics and Prospects of Arts and Crafts in Ibibio.” The Parnasus: University of Uyo Journal of Cultural Research. 1.2 (June, 2005): 250 – 258.
Andrew, Esekong. “The Restrictions of the Modern Proscenium Stage on Traditional African Values.” Cajolis – Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies vii.2 (December, 2004): 114 – 127.
Andrew, Esekong. “Contemporary Dimensions of Interaction between Art and Technology: Implications for Stage and Media Designs.” Global Journal of Humanities 5.1 and 2 (2006): 31 – 34. (AJOL(UK) http://www.inasp.info/ajol).
Andrew, Esekong. “The Primitive in the Contemporary: Recurrent Socio-Cultural Issues in Ene-Henshaw’s Medicine for Love.” Waclaals 2.1 (April, 2005): 147-160.
Andrew, Esekong. “From Nudity to Nudity: Costume Evolution in the Context of Nationalism, Fashion and Personal Taste.” Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities 6.1 (January, 2005): 134 – 145.
Andrew, Esekong. “The Influences of Indigenous Occupations on Theatre Practice in Africa.” Journal of Arts and Humanities 4.1 (2007): 84 – 89.
Andrew, Esekong. “Perception Modes and Theories: Effects on Visual, Aural and Temporal (Time) Elements of Theatre Design.” Global Journal of Humanities 6.1 and 2 (2007): 11 – 16. (AJOL(UK) http://www.inasp.info/ajol).
Andrew, Esekong. “Social Justice, Civil Society and the Dramatist in Democratic Nigeria.” Annals of Humanities and Development Studies 1.2 (2010): 153 – 167. www.universalacademicsservices.org.
Andrew, Esekong and Austin Achoakawa. “Technical and Artistic Elements in the Production of Geoffrey Agbo’s “Gramma Don Do” at the Cultural Centre Board Theatre, Calabar.” JOTAMS - A Journal of Theatre and Media Studies 1.2 (April, 2016): 34 – 45.
Andrew-Essien, Esekong H. “Evolving New Management Plans for Cultural Tourism in the Face of the Global Insecurity Crises: The Nigerian Persdpestive”. Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies. Vol 20 No.1 (April, 2018): pp 82 – 96.
Showing All Conferences Attended
|Paper Presented: “Politicizing Representations in Theatre Design: Comparative Encounters between the West and the Rest”|
1st Faculty of Arts International Conference, University of Calabar International Conference Centre. Theme: Globalization and Democratic Values in Africa. University of Calabar, Nigeria. 13th – 15th April, 2016.
|Start: Wednesday 13th April, 2016|
End: Friday 15th April, 2016
|Cross River State Carnival Commission Capacity Building Workshop on Cultural Parade Presentation and Logistics|
Cross River State Carnival Commission Capacity Building Workshop on Cultural Parade Presentation and Logistics, Unical Hotel and Conference Centre, 9th to 11th December, 2013.
|Start: Monday 9th December, 2013|
End: Wednesday 11th December, 2013
|10th Tubinger Perception Conference|
10th Tubinger Perception Conference, ‘TKW 2007’ Max Planck Institute, University of Tubingen, Germany, 27th – 29th July, 2007.
|Start: Friday 27th July, 2007|
End: Sunday 29th July, 2007
|Theme: “Whose Global Humanities?”|
Consortium for Humanities Centers and Institutions Annual Meeting. Theme: “Whose Global Humanities?” Cogut Centre for the Humanities, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA, 13th – 15th June, 2010. (Participated as BIARI Scholar)
|Start: Sunday 13th June, 2010|
End: Tuesday 15th June, 2010
|Paper Presented: “Technical Improvisations for Carnival Float Robotics: A Study of Passion 4 Designs in Carnival Calabar 2008 – 2012”.|
. 8th African Theatre Association (AfTA) International Conference. Theme: African Theatre and Performance and the Academy. School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana, 9th – 12th July, 2014.
|Start: Wednesday 9th July, 2014|
End: Saturday 12th July, 2014
|Theme: “Rethinking Arts in a Global Village at the Twilight of the20th Century”.|
2nd International Convention on Arts and Development (CONADEV 2011). Cultural Centre, Calabar. 19th – 20th September, 2011.
|Start: Monday 19th September, 2011|
End: Tuesday 20th September, 2011
|C-Change workshop on the Integration of Social and Behavioural Change Communication Training into Tertiary School Curriculum|
2. C-Change workshop on the Integration of Social and Behavioural Change Communication Training into Tertiary School Curriculum in Nigeria, 16th -17th February, 2011 at Abuja.
|Start: Wednesday 16th February, 2011|
End: Thursday 17th February, 2011
|C-Change Social and Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) Training|
C-Change Social and Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) Training, Abuja, 11th – 16th July, 2011.
|Start: Monday 11th July, 2011|
End: Saturday 16th July, 2011
|Paper Presented: “Evolving New Management Plans for Cultural Tourism in the Face of the Global Security Crises: The Nigerian Perspective”|
Association for Tourism Development in Nigeria (ATDiN) 2014 Annual Conference. Theme: “Transforming the Tourism Industry in Nigeria”, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 7th – 9th, September, 2014.
|Start: Sunday 7th September, 2014|
End: Tuesday 9th September, 2014
|Paper Presented: “Colour Blocking: Disregarding Traditional Artistic Colour Harmonies or Promoting Post-Modernist Expressionism? Under panel 11: Postmodernism and Alternative Global Narratives.|
Society of Nigeria Theatre Artists (SONTA) Silver Jubilee Conference, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Theme: Emerging Trends in Theatre, Media Practice and National Security. Calabar 12 – 15th September, 2012.
|Start: Wednesday 12th September, 2012|
End: Saturday 15th September, 2012
|Paper Presented: “Theorizing Theatre Design and Technology in an Age of Postmodernism”|
Calabar International Conference of Theatre and Media Studies. Theme: Theatre and Media Studies in the Third Millennium. University of Calabar, Nigeria. 23rd – 27th September, 2015.
|Start: Wednesday 23rd September, 2015|
End: Sunday 27th September, 2015
|Theme: The Arts/Humanities: Past, Present and Future. 9th – 13th April, 2018.|
1st Faculty of Arts and Humanities Association of Nigerian Universities International Conference. University of Calabar International Conference Centre.
|Start: Monday 9th April, 2018|
End: Friday 13th April, 2018
|Carnival Industry Skill Acquisition Workshop|
Carnival Industry Skill Acquisition Workshop organized by the Cross River State Carnival Commission
|Start: Tuesday 18th August, 2009|
End: Friday 4th September, 2009
|Ohio University/UNICAL Collaborative SBCC|
Ohio University/UNICAL Collaborative SBCC Training Workshop, Calabar, 13th – 14th June, 2012.
|Start: Wednesday 13th June, 2012|
End: Thursday 14th June, 2012
|Quality Teaching for Quality Learning in Higher Education|
Quality Teaching for Quality Learning in Higher Education, A Capacity Building Workshop organized by the Centre for Teaching and Learning Excellence, University of Calabar, 12th
|Start: Tuesday 12th February, 2013|
End: Wednesday 13th February, 2013
|Paper Presented: “Harnessing Inorganic Colourants from Indigenous Sources: Implications on Occupational Health and Safety for Theatre Scenographers in Nigeria”.|
The 9th Annual Conference of Society for Occupational Safety and Environmental Health (SOSEH). Theme: Impact of Resource Exploitation on Public Health and Livelihood Patterns. University of Calabar Conference Centre, Calabar 6th to 9th November, 2013.
|Start: Wednesday 6th November, 2013|
End: Saturday 9th November, 2013
|Cross River State Carnival Commission Refresher Workshop on Cultural Parade Presentation and Logistics, Carnival Commission|
Cross River State Carnival Commission Refresher Workshop on Cultural Parade Presentation and Logistics, Carnival Commission, 17th and 18th December, 2014.
|Start: Wednesday 17th December, 2014|
End: Thursday 18th December, 2014