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Name

Ms. Bassey Inyang Etim

Department

History and International Studies

Designation

Lecturer I

Email

[email protected]


About Ms. Bassey Inyang Etim

Inyang Etim Bassey was employed on the 16th of August, 2006 as a lecturer in the department of History and International studies, University of Calabar. She holds a B.A, M.A and Ph.D., all from the University of Calabar. She teaches African History and her research interest is in African History and Gender studies. She has attended several academic conferences, locally and internationally.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
BA(Hon)University of Calabar Calabar Nigeria19951999
MA(History)University of Calabar Calabar Nigeria20012004

S/N Publication
Bassey, Inyang E., “Efik Women in Political Activism: Echoes from the Calabar Market Women Riot of 1925”, In SOPHIA, An African Journal of Philosophy,16, No.2, April, 2016.
Bassey, Inyang E., “Historicizing Efik Women in National Development, 1960 – 2015 in the Calabar Historical Journal, 6, No. 1 January to June, 2016.
Bassey, Inyang E., “Liberia after Creation: Whither the Pan-Africanist Dream?” in Pan-Africanism and Politics of African Citizenship and identity. Editors: ToyinFalola and Kwame Essien. New York: Routeledge, pp 42 - 58(Book chapter).
Bassey, Inyang E. (2010). “The Role of Women in Peace Process in the Ecowas Sub-Region”, Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies – An Interdisciplinary Journal, 14, 223 – 235, Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
The 2011 African Conference at the University of Texas at Austin, Africa in World Politics, March 27th – 29th, 2011. Paper presented: “Liberia after Creation: Whither the Pan – Africanist Dream?”2011-03-272011-03-29
The 2012 African Conference at the University of Texas at Austin, Poverty and Empowerment in Africa, March 30 – April 1, 2012. Paper presented: “The Hanging Ghost of Poverty: Focus on the Fattening Room Institution among the Efik of Cross River S2012-03-302012-04-01
The 2013 African Conference at the University of Texas at Austin, Social Movement, Religion and Political Expression in Africa, March 29 – 31, 2013, Paper presented: “Women in Political Activism: Echoes from the Calabar Market Women Revolt of 1922013-03-292013-03-31
Member Local Organizing Committee.2ndInternational Conference of Department of History and International Studies on “Democracy, Gender and Peace Building in Africa” 2016-09-212016-11-23
2nd International Conference of Department of History and International Studies on “Democracy, Gender and Peace Building in Africa” Wednesday 21st – Friday 23rd September, 2016. Paper presented: The Mano River Women: Reconstructing and Building2016-09-212016-09-23
Member Local Organizing Committee. 1stInternational Conference of Department of History and International Studies on “From Barrier to Bridges: African Boundaries and the Challenges of Regional Economic Integration. 2016-11-232016-11-25
Member Local Organizing Committee. 3rdInternational/Inter-Disciplinary Conference onThe Cross River Monolith Study Group, hosted by the Department of History and International Studies on “Cross River Akwanshi: The Conservation and Interpretation of2018-03-122018-03-13