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Dr. Ekwutosi Essien Offiong

Senior Lecturer
History and International Studies
ekwutosioffiong@unical.edu.ng

Offiong, Ekwutosi Essien is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of History and International Studies University of Calabar, Calabar. She hods a PhD from University of Calabar (2003). She was an Acting Dean of Student Affairs , Federal University Lafia, Nasarawa State (2015 - 2016) while on Sabbatical leave. She is a member of the Historical Society of Nigeria. Her current research is on Church and Social History. She has successfully supervised 2 PhDs. Her email addresses are ekwutosioffiong@yahoo.com, ekwutosioffiong@gmail.com. Her cell phone number is 08037041984.

Offiong, E. A. and Offiong, E. E. (2012) “The Emergence and Growth of the Church of Jesus of Latter Day Saints in Calabar, Nigeria”. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities, Vol. 2, No. 5, pp. 347-354. ISSN: 2276-6928.


Offiong, E. E. (2016) “Environmental Degradation and Conversation in the Cross River Area: A Historical Appraisal of Colonial and Post-Colonial Interventions”. People: International Journal of Social Sciences, Special Issues, Vol. 2 Issue 1, pp. 607-621. ISSN: 2454-5899.


Offiong, E. E. (2005) “From Indirect Rule to Democracy. The Evolution of Local of Local Government Administration in Cross River State 1900-1976” CAJOLIS Vol.Viii No. 1 pp. 216-238.


Offiong, E. E. (2005) “The Illa-Oso Festival in Uzuakoli: An Appraisal” SOPHIA vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 63-66.


Offiong, E. E. (2005) “Independent African Churches: The Study of God the Host Prayer Temple, 1954-2004” NDUNODE vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 128-136.


Offiong, E. E. (2006) “The Ethical – Social and Judicial Significance of Ekpe Shrine/Fraternity among the Efik” SOPHIA vol. 9, No. 1


Offiong, E. E. (2010) “The Intersection of Social Movements, Civil Societies and Non-Governmental Organizations” CAJOLIS vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 203-219.


Offiong, E. E. (2009) “Christian Churches and Society in Calabar: A Critical Assessment “ NDUNODE vol. 1, pp. 140-150.


Offiong, E. E. (2010) “Linguistic and the Problem of the Reconstruction of Efik History”. CASIL, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 261-274. ISSN: 0189-9360.


Offiong, E. E. (2016) “Society in Transition: The Encounter of Traditional African Socio-Cultural and Religious Practices with Modernity in Calabar”, National Journal of African and Heritage Studies. Vol. 1, ISSN: 2579-0552.


Offiong, E. E. (2016) “Religious Diversity and Development in Calabar, 1900-1980”. The Calabar Historical Journal, vol. 6, No. 2, December, pp. 1-22.


Olufu, G. O., Offiong, E. E. (2017)“Bekwara and Tiv Relations in the Benue-Cross River valleys to 1960”, Mandyeng Journal of Central Nigeria Studies, Late Hamattan

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Presented a paper title “Interrogating Christian Interventions in Community Repairs in Nigeria: Challenges and Responses in the Age of Globalization”
Presented a paper title “Interrogating Christian Interventions in Community Repairs in Nigeria: Challenges and Responses in the Age of Globalization” at a conference on “Repairing Community: Faith Based Responses to Racial Disparities and Conflict”
Start: Sunday 28th June, 2015
End: Friday 3rd July, 2015
Presented a paper titled, “The Intersection of Social Movements, Civil Societies and Non-Governmental Organizations”
Presented a paper titled, “The Intersection of Social Movements, Civil Societies and Non-Governmental Organizations” at the 54th Annual Congress of the Historical Society of Nigeria held at Nassarawa State University, Keffi
Start: Monday 8th March, 2010
End: Wednesday 10th March, 2010
Presented a paper titled “Human Conditions and Survival: The Phenomenon of Slavery in Nigeria in Time Perspective”
Presented a paper titled “Human Conditions and Survival: The Phenomenon of Slavery in Nigeria in Time Perspective” at the Conference of Slavery, Past, Present and Future”
Start: Tuesday 7th July, 2015
End: Thursday 9th July, 2015
Presented a paper titled “The Resurgence of the Presbyterian and Anglican Missions in Calabar”.
“Black Churches and 21st Century Captives” 28th July - 2nd August, 2013.
Start: Sunday 28th July, 2013
End: Friday 2nd August, 2013
Presented a paper titled “Society in Transition: The Encounter of Traditional African Socio-Cultural and Religious Practice, with Modernity in Calabar”
Presented a paper titled “Society in Transition: The Encounter of Traditional African Socio-Cultural and Religious Practice, with Modernity in Calabar” at the Conference on “African Indigenous Religious Symposium” Obafemi Awolowo University Ille-Ife, August 8th - 14th 2016.
Start: Monday 8th August, 2016
End: Sunday 14th August, 2016
Presented a paper titled, “Religion, Spirituality and Health: A Study of the Christian Approach to Health Problems in Nigeria”
Presented a paper titled, “Religion, Spirituality and Health: A Study of the Christian Approach to Health Problems in Nigeria” at the Conference on Politics, Poverty and Prayer: Global African Spiritualities and Social Transformation, Nairobi, Kenya
Start: Thursday 22nd July, 2010
End: Sunday 25th July, 2010
Presented a paper titles “The Changing Roles of Women in the Church: The Case Study of Women in Calabar, 1900-2000”
“Black Church Activism and Contested Multiculturalism”. 28th – 30th May
Start: Monday 28th May, 2012
End: Wednesday 30th May, 2012
Presented a paper titled “Environmental Degradation and Conservation in the Cross River Area: A Historical Appraisal of Colonial and Post Colonial Interventions”
Presented a paper titled “Environmental Degradation and Conservation in the Cross River Area: A Historical Appraisal of Colonial and Post Colonial Interventions” as the Conference of the Global Association for Humanities and Social Sciences Research (GAHSSR) as Imperial College London South Kensington Campus
Start: Monday 19th September, 2016
End: Tuesday 20th September, 2016
Presented a paper titled “Religious Diversity and Development in Calabar in Time Perspective.
“Calabar Through Time: Issues and Challenges”, 24th - 27th April, 2013. University of Calabar.
Start: Wednesday 24th April, 2013
End: Saturday 27th April, 2013
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