History and International Studies
J.O.Ajor,Dr.P.O.Erim,S.E.Majuk,“Colonial Challenge to the Ogoja Salt Industry,Eastern Nigeria”,LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research,ISSN 1813-2227, www.universalacademicservices.org.,8.2,(June 2011 )84 -91.
P.O.Erim,J.O.Ajor,“The Indigenous Factor in the Economic Development of Old Ogoja Province of Nigeria,1930 – 1955”.The Journal of International Social Reserarch,www.sosyalarastimalar.com,3.12 Summer(2010) 155 – 163.
S.E.Majuk,P.O.Erim and J. O. Ajor.“Bakor Women in Pottery Production in colonial Southeastern Nigeria” ISSN 1307-9581, Uluslararasi Sosyal Arastirmalar Dergisis:The Journal of International Social Research, www.sosyalarastirmaar.com,3.11(Spring 2010)
P.O.Erim,J. O. Ajor, Simon E.Majuk.“The Canoe Craft of the Ogoja People in A Survival Battle in Colonial Nigeria”. ABIBISEM:Journal of African Culture and Civilisation,(2010),23-36.
Dr.J. O. Ajor. “Crime, Punishment and Judicial System in Pre-colonial African Society: The Bekwarra Practice”, African Pentecost: Journal of Theology and Social Work, (September 2018).195 – 213
DR.J.O.AJOR.“The Changing Pattern of Land Ownership in Bekwarra, Cross River State, Nigeria (1908-2015).”Research Centre for Management and Social studies.http://rcmss/index.php/current-issues-jggsda-4-1April2018.101-108.
Dr.J.O.Ajor “Colonialism and Rural – Labour Migration among Bekwarra, 1940 – 1960”,African Journal of Religion,Culture and Society.(August 2006).84 – 88.
DR.J.O.AJOR.“Settler-Indigene Relations in Nigeria,1920- 2014.” European – American Journals. http://www.eajournals.org/global-journal-of-arts-humanities-a...,6.5, 78-87
Dr.G. U.Ntamu and Rev.J.O.Ajor “Afutang and Nndum Ancestral and Marital Fidelity Deities in Bekwarra Cosmology”,African Journal of Religion Culture and Society,(August 2006). 25 – 28.
Dr.Joseph Okuta Ajor “Developing Techniques for Using Oral Tradition for Historical Reconstruction in Africa From 1960 The Late 1970s, Humanities and Cultural Studies.5.2 (August,2016),1 – 13. www.iscprce.org/2013/10hcs.html.
S.E.Majuk,P.O.Erim and J.O.Ajor, “Bakor women in Pottery Production in Pottery Production in colonial Southeastern Nigeria”.ISSN 1307-9581. Uluslarasi Sosyal Arastirmalar Dergisis, The Journal of International Social Reaserch, www.sosyalarastirmalar.com,3.11,(Spring 2010). 416 -420.
O.Erim, J.O.Ajor,“The Indigenous Factor in the Economic Development of Old Ogoja Province of Nigeria. 1930 – 1955”.The Journal of International Social Research, 3.12,(Summer 2010),155 – 163.
J.O.Ajor,Dr.P.O.Erim,S.E. Majuk,“Colonial Challenge to the Ogoja Salt Industry, Eastern Nigeira”.LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research,ISSN 1813-2227, www.universalacademicservices.org.,8.2,(June 2011),84 – 91.
P.O.Erim,J.O.Ajor,Simon E.Majuk,“The Canoe Craft of the Ogoja People in a Survival Battle in Colonial Nigeria”, ABIBISEM:Journal of African Culture and Civilisation,(2010),23 – 36.
Showing All Conferences Attended
|3-day workshop on Cultural identities and Documentation.|
Held by Eskor Toyo Foundation, Oron, Akwa Ibom State, Dec 7-9, 2000.
|Start: Thursday 7th December, 2000|
End: Saturday 9th December, 2000
|American Studies Association of Nigeria,Annual National Conference.|
Held in Ibadan,15th to 18th September,2004.
|Start: Wednesday 15th September, 2004|
End: Saturday 18th September, 2004
|American Studies Association of Nigeria, Annual National Conference.|
Held in Calabar, October 6-9, 2003.
|Start: Monday 6th October, 2003|
End: Thursday 9th October, 2003
|Historical Society of Nigeria Conference.|
Held in University of Calabar,June 5-8, 2007.
|Start: Tuesday 5th June, 2007|
End: Friday 8th June, 2007
|First Interdisciplinary International Conference.|
Held in Catholic University of East Africa,Nairobi, Kenya,June 26-30, 2012.
|Start: Tuesday 26th June, 2012|
End: Saturday 30th June, 2012