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Dr. Mary Julius Egbai




Lecturer II


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About Dr. Mary Julius Egbai

Dr. Mary Egbai joined the academia in 2008 as Graduate Assistant in the Department of Philosophy. She is a very resourceful, diligent and dependable academia. She was promoted to the rank of Lecturer II in 2016. Dr. Mrs. Mary Julius Egbai is an astute lecturer in the Department of Philosophy in the Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar, Calabar. She holds a Ph.D degree in Feminist Philosophy and Gender Studies awarded by the University of Calabar in 2017. An M. A. degree in Gender Studies and a B. A. (Hons) degrees in Political Philosophy from the same University. Dr. Mrs. Mary Julius Egbai has experience in political and human relations having been an advocate of women participation in Nigerian politics and affirmative action for women representation in governance. Dr Egbai is a member of Nigerian Philosophy Association, an associate member of Chartered Institute of Finance and Control of Nigeria. She has attended both local and International Conferences where she presented papers. She has some publications in several local and international peer reviewed journals. In addition, she has contributed several books chapters to her credit.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCAku Nursery and Primary School, Big Qua Town, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria19801986
SSCEComprehensive Secondary School, Obom Itiat, Odukpani Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria19921997
B.A. University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria19972004
M.A (Gender Studies)University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20092012
Ph.D Gender(Feminism)University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20132017

S/N Publication
Egbai, M. J. & Chukwueloka, U. (2019). Ecoferminism and political communication: A philosophical appraisal assessment of Wangari Maathai's contribution. Calabar Journal of Philosophy and Leadership Studies: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 1(1), 133-143
Egbai, M. J. (2019). Research methodology in the arts and humanities: The publish or perish dilemma. Creativity and Development Essays on Nwamuo's Intellection. Calabar: University of Calabar Press, 497-504
Umukoro, G. & Egbai, M. J. (2016). Gender mainstreaming: A panacea for quality service and good governance: An insight into the political systems in Francophone Africa. Global Journal of Applied Management and Social Sciences (GOJAMS), 2, 164-174
Mendie, P. I. & Egbai, M. J. (2015). An examination of the nexus between Thomas Hobbes’ Concept of Human Nature and Theory of the State. Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs, 15(2), 101-107
Christopher S. K. & Egbai M. J. (2014). Insecurity and the leadership Question in Nigeria: An Examination of the Quest for Sustainable Development through Complementary Reflection. International Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies (IJPCS), 67-75.
Egbai, M. J. (2014). History of Ancient Philosophy. Eds: Godfrey Ozumba and Kyrian Ojong. The Mirror of Philosophy. Uyo: El-Johns. 24-35
Egbai, M. J. (2014). History of Medieval Philosophy. Eds: Godfrey Ozumba and Kyrian Ojong. The Mirror of Philosophy. Uyo: El-Johns. 44-51
Ochulor, C. L. & Egbai, M. J. (2012). Historical Development of Various Disciplines from Philosophy. The Philosophical Foundation of Society, Religion and Other Disciplines. Calabar: Focus Prints and Publishers. 2-26
Ochulor, C. l., Egbai, M. J., & Ubi, O. U. (2011). An Exposition of the Historical Development of the Various disciplines from Philosophy. Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs, 13(2), 61-69.
Akpan, C. O. & Egbai M. J. (2010). Complementary Ethical Reflection and the Culture of normalizing anomalies in Nigeria. Journal International Researcher: A Multidisciplinary Journal, University of Calabar, 1(5), 26-38.

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Conference/Seminar Workshop Programme of the Chattered Institute of Finance and Control of Nigeria (CIFCN). held at Lagos2014-07-112014-07-12
1st International Conference of Researcher's International Network, held at International Conference Centre, University of Calabar2014-10-132014-10-16
15th Africa Conference, Development – Urban-Space-Human Rights. The University of Texas. Austin, Texas. Umukaro, G. M. & Egbai, M. J. (2015). Gender Mainstreaming, a Panacea for Quality Service and good Governance: An insight into the Political System in Francophone Africa.2015-04-032015-04-05
16th Africa Conference, Creativity, Culture and Identity in Africa and Africa Diaspora, held at The University of Texas, Austin, Texas. The Significance of Carol Gilligan's Ethics of Care for Gender Mainstreaming in Nigeria2016-03-252016-03-27
Nigeria Philosophical Association (NPA) Conference and Biennial Meeting held at Ebonyi State University, AbakilikiSocial Equity: The Basis of Authentic Peace and Unity2018-10-132018-10-15
International Science, Technology, Education, Arts, Management and Social Sciences (ISTEAMS) Conference, held at Balme Library, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, GhanaEcoferminism and Political Communication: A Philosophical Appraisal Assessment of Wangari Maathai's Contribution.2018-10-242018-10-26
Biennial Conference of the Philosophers Association of Nigeria in Collaboration with UNESCO Regional Office in Abuja, held at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State. Philosophy as a Sine Qua-non in Pre-Tertiary Institutions. 2018-11-142018-11-17
Nigerian Philosophical Association held at Benue State University, MakurdiRestructuring as a Panacea to Nigerian Unity: A Philosophical Inquiry2019-10-162019-10-18