History and International Studies
Enor, F. N. The Nta and their Neighbours: Inter-groups Relations in the Central Cross River Region. Calabar: Jochrisam Publishers, 2007.
Enor, F. N. United States policy towards Africa since the Cold War. Calabar: Saespring Publishers, 2010.
Enor, F. N. ‘Nta-Mbembe Relations: Experiment in Nation Building’ in Ikechukwu Amadi et. al. (eds.) History and Citizenship: Essays in Honour of Okon Edet Uya. Calabar: Unical Press, 2007. Pp.224-236.
Enor, F. N; Edet, A.S; Coulson, D.The Cross River Monoliths of Nigeria:Tara Kenya, 2016.
Enor, F. N. “Alternative Approaches to Sustainable Development: The Nigerian Experience” in Essays in Honour of Okon Edet Uya at Seventy (David L. Imbua et al, 2016).
Enor, F. N. and Sunday, E. “Military Coups as a Negation of Social Revolutions: The Nigerian Experience” in Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. Vol. 2, No 3, September 2011. Pp. 419-425..
Enor, F. N. et al. “Resource Conflict, Security and Crisis of Socio – Economic Development in the Gulf of Guinea, 1990 – 2010” in Global Journal of Human-Social Sciences, E-Economics USA. Vol. 14, Issue 1.0, 2014, pp. 57-64. Online ISSN: 2249-460 X and Print ISSN: 0975-587 X.
Enor,F.N.“Leadership, Governance and the Development Agenda:Old Wine in Old Wineskin”, 2017
Enor, F. N; Otora, O. A and Ellah, T. O. “The Theory and Practice of National Interest in a Geo-strategic World: Aspects of Nigeria and the United States National Interest Examined.” Global Journal of Human Social Sciences: H-Interdisciplinary USA. Vol.14, Issue 3, Version 10, 2014, pp.53-62.
Enor,F.N.“Human Factor and the Imperative of Good Road Network in Nigeria”. Mandyeng: Journal of Central Nigeria Studies,Mid Rains, 2016.Pp. 1- 12.
Enor, F. N. “Ecology and Social Structure: Reflections on Cross River- Ebonyi Relations”: African Journal of religion, Culture and Society. Vol. 1, No. 2 September, 2007, pp. 161-165.
Enor, F. N. “Leadership, Morality and Electoral Reforms: Implications for Future Elections in Nigeria.”
Enor, F. N.“Wars, Migration and Trade in the Evolution of Nation-States in the Central Cross River Region” in African Pentecost. Vol. 1 No.2, 2008, pp.75-85.
Enor, F. N. “Eburutu Factor in the Ikom-Efik Relations” in African Pentecost Vol.1, No. 2, 2008, pp.104-110.
Enor,F. N.“International Capital and International Conflicts: A case of the Bakassi Peninsula” International Researcher: A Multi-Disciplinary Journal of the Graduate School, University of Calabar.Vol.1,No.3, 2009,pp. 1-11 (ISSN 0332-6896).
Enor, F. N. “Perspectives on Consular and Diplomatic Practices in the Bights of Benin and Bonny in the Gulf of Guinea, 1849 – 1900: Lessons in Foreign Policy” Journal of African Politics and Society. Vol. 2, No. 2, Dec. 2013, pp. 155-168. (ISSN: 2315-8182).
Enor, F. N. and Otu, Duke. “Local Government Creation in Nigeria and its implications for Inter – Group Relations: The case of AgbokimMgbabo in Ikom Urban II, Cross River State, Nigeria” National Development Studies. No.7, 2014, pp. 22-30. (ISSN 2141-9914).
Enor, F. N. and Jide Chime. “China and the Nigerian Economy: Implications for Nigeria’s Socio-Economic and Political Future” in The Calabar Historical Journal. Vol. 6. No. 1. June 2014, pp. 70-81.
Enor, Frank N. (2016) “Identities, Relationships and Inter-communal Clashes in the Central Cross River Region: The Nta-Mbembe 1993-1995” In Okon, Etim (ed) Ethnography and Cultural History of Cross River State (forthcoming).
Enor, F. N. and Sunday, E. “The Nigerian Market as a Strategic Foreign Policy Mechanism” in International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol.1, No.12 September, 2011, pp. 122 – 127. USA. .
Enor, F. N; Sunday, E. and Jide, C. “NATO and the Libyan Crisis: A Looming Case of Neo Dictatorship” in American International Journal of Contemporary Research (AIJCR), Vol. 1, No.2, September 2011, pp. 174-177. .
Enor, F. N. “Privatization and Class Formation in Nigeria: The Cross River Example, 1999-2007” Drumspeak International Journal of Research in the Humanities. New Series Vol. 2, No. 2 August, 2009, pp.131-152.
Enor, F. N. and Jide, Chime. ‘Akwansisi Cultural Heritage and the Formation of a National Identity: The Cross River Monoliths’ in LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research. Vol.9,No.2, 2012. Beijing, China. http://www.universalacademicservices.org.
Enor, F. N. and Jide, C. ‘Revolutionary Eruption in the Maghreb States of North Africa: A Discourse on their implication for United States – Africa Relations’ in Journal of Politics and Law. Vol. 6, No. 1, March 2013. http://www.ccsenet.org/jpl.
Enor, F. N. and Jide, C. Renewed Interest for Africa and the Chinazation of the Nigerian Economy: Implications for Nigeria’s socio-economic future. Asian Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities. Vol. 4. Issue-111 March 2015.Pp 103-108.
Enor, F. N. “The Bipolar World System and the Contradictions of African Independence”. Canadian Journal of Social Sciences Vol.11, No.1 2015. Pp. 177-182. ISSN 1712-8056 [Print] ISSN 1923-6697 [Online].
Enor, F. N.and Jide, C. “Regional Conflicts; Intervention and Resolution: The United State-Libya Example”. Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Science.2015; 3(4B):938-945. ISSN 2347-5374 [Online] ISSN 2347-9493 [Print].
Enor, F. N. (2015). “Premodern System of Punishment for Offences in Ikom Traditional Society, Cross River State-Nigeria”.Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities.Vol.1 No.5, 2015. Pp. 495-498. .
Enor F. N. “Between Regime Change and Revolutionary Change: The Necessity for a Revolutionary Theory in the Maghreb Uprisings”. American Journal of Social Science Research. Vol. 1, No. 5, 2015, pp. 299-304. ISSN: 2381-7712 [Print]; ISSN: 2381-7720 [Online].
Enor, F. N. “Promoting Good Neighbourliness and the National Security Implications: The Loss of Bakassi Peninsular to Cameroon”. International Journal of International Relations, Media and Mass Communication Studies.Vol.1 No.4. 2015. Pp. 1-9. .
Enor, F. N. andJide, C. “Reflection on Revolutions in Theory and Practice”. Pyrex Journal of History and Culture. Vol.1(2) 2015. Pp. 013-016. .
Enor, F. N. et al., “Key Issues in the United States – Iranian Relations 1980-2012”. LWATI. Vol. II. No. 3. 2014. ISSN 1813-2227.
Chime, J. and Enor, F. N. (2016) “Foreign Direct Investment And The Development Of Neo-Colonial Economies: A Survey Approach” International Journal of World Policy and Development Studies, Vol. 2, No.3, Pp.15-19.
Chime, Jide and Enor, Frank N.(2016) “The Post-Colonial State and The Nexus Between Leadership and Poverty” Developing Country Studies Vol.6, No.4,Pp.105-111.ISSN 2224-607X (Paper)ISSN 2225-0565(Online)
Enor, Frank N. and Chime, Jide (2016) “Poverty, Corruption and the Nigerian State: The Path Not Followed” Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.6, No.8, ISSN (Paper) 2224-5766 ISSN (Online)2225-0484 (Online)
Ekpo, Charles E; Chime, Jide and Enor, Frank N. (2016) “The Irony of Nigeria’s Fight Against Corruption: An Appraisal of President Muhammadu Buhari’s First Eight Months in Office” International Journal of History and Philosophical Research, Vol. 4 No. 1, Pp.61-73, March. www.eajournals.org
Okori, Mike and Enor, F.N.(2015).Post Ghaddafi’s Libya and the Folly of Humanitarian Intervention in Regional Conflicts.
Enor, F. N; Ekpo, C. E “The 2016 Abortive Coup in Turkey: Warning to Africa? Lessons for Nigeria?” Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS) 20 (No.1), April 2018, 287-308
Ekpo, Charles E. and Enor, Frank N. (2016). “Between Counterterrorism, Human Rights and National Security: The Nigeria’s Government Dilemma” Ndunode (forthcoming)
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|Theme being “Federalism in Historical Perspective: A Curse or Blessing”.|
Attended the 2007 K. O.Dike Memorial Lecture delivered at the University of Calabar, 12th November.
|Start: Monday 12th November, 2007|
End: Monday 12th November, 2007
|Attended a 2 day workshop on ‘Step-B sensitization and Proposal Development’ .|
Organized by the Directorate of Research, University of Calabar, 27th – 28th January, 2009.
|Start: Tuesday 27th January, 2009|
End: Wednesday 28th January, 2009
| A 2 day Workshop on ‘Thesis Supervision and Creative Teaching’ |
Organized by the University of Calabar Graduate School, 25th – 26th February, 2013.
|Start: Monday 25th February, 2013|
End: Tuesday 26th February, 2013
|Theme being “Democracy, Gender and Peace-Building in Africa”.|
Attended the Second Int’l Conference of the Department of History and Int’l Studies, University of Calabar, September 21st-23rd, 2016.
|Start: Wednesday 21st September, 2016|
End: Friday 23rd September, 2016
|Theme being “Arts and Human Development: the Challenges of University in the 21st Century.|
A Two Day First Faculty of Arts International Conference (FAICON) at UNIYO. July 4 – July 12, 2014.
|Start: Friday 4th July, 2014|
End: Saturday 12th July, 2014
| A 2 day workshop on ‘Professional Values and Empowerment for Academic Staff’|
Organized by the Centre for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE), University of Calabar in collaboration with DAGRACEM CONSULT AND SERVICES LTD, 15th – 16th August, 2012.
|Start: Wednesday 15th August, 2012|
End: Thursday 16th August, 2012