Dr. Offiong Offiong AsuquoDepartment
Religious and Cultural StudiesDesignation
Dr. Offiong Offiong Asuquo, is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Religious and Cultural Studies, University of Calabar. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY: (a) Teaching appointment with Cross River State Government (P.P.S.M.B) from 1996-2007 (b) Transfer of service to University of Calabar 2007 (c) Lecturing: University of Calabar till date EDUCATION: (a) Ph.D in Religious and Cultural Studies - 2018 (Calabar) (b) M.A. in Religious Studies - 1999 (Calabar) (c) B.A in Religious Studies - 1992 (Calabar) (d) Diploma in Mass Communications - 1988 (Polycal) (e) Post Graduate Diploma in Theology - 2012 (A.C.B.C.S, Calabar) GRANTS/FELLOWSHIPS:Beneficiary of the following: (a) The University of Calabar Scholarship Award for Academic Excellence (1990) (b) University of Calabar Study Fellowship Award 2008-2015 AWARDS/HONOURS: (a) Best Teaching Staff award in classroom behavior at Hope Waddell Training Institute 1997/1998 (b) Certificate of Excellence for Service and Dedication to duty at Hope Waddell Training Institute (c) Certificate of Honour by Calabar Students Association University of Calabar (d) Certificate of Honour by the Final Year Students, 2015/2016 session, Department of Religious and Cultural Studies, University of Calabar (e) Award of Honour by the Choir, The Apostolic Church, Nigeria, AbasiObori Assembly, Calabar (f) Certificate of Honour by the Choir, the Apostolic Church, Oyo Efam Assembly, Calabar. COURSES TAUGHT OR HANDLED: (a) Anthropology of Religion (b) Sociology of religion (c) Sociology of Religions in Africa (d) Introduction to Cultural Studies (e) Religion to Cultural Studies (f) Christian Ethics (g) Cultural Anthropology of Religion (h) Social Anthropology of Religion (i) African New Religious Movements (j) New Religious Movements (k) African Independent Churches (l) Religion and Conflict Resolution
|Asuquo, Offiong Offiong. â€œProliferation of Pentecostal Churches in Calabar, Nigeria and its implications for the present dayâ€. Herbert Onyema Anyanwu and Francis F. Edet (Eds.) Studies in Sociology of Religion. Calabar: Aaronic Advanced, 2017, Pp.55-61, ISBN: 978-061-665-3|
|Asuquo, Offiong Offiong â€œReligion and Social Problemsâ€ The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies Vol. 4, No.2, April, 2013|
|Asuquo, Offiong Offiong â€œA Rationalization of an African Concept of Life, Death and the Hereafterâ€ in American Journal of Social and Management Sciences, Vol.2, Issue 1, March 2011, Science Hub. Pp.171-175|
|Asuquo, Offiong Offiong â€œReligion and Cultureâ€ Etim E. Okon (Ed.) Readings in the Scientific Study of Religion. Calabar: African Pentecost, 2011, Pp. 75-81, ISBN = 978-080-204-7|
|Asuquo, Offiong Offiong â€œAn Analysis of New Testament Soteriologyâ€ C. C. Okereke & N. N. Nwoko (Eds) Aspects of Religious Studies and Philosophy. Owerri: Skillmark Media, 2011 pp.157-162. ISBN: 978-978-49917-4-2|
|Asuquo, Offiong Offiong â€œNew Testament Ecclesiologyâ€ C. C. Okereke & M. N. Nwoko (Eds). Aspects of Religious Studies and Philosophy. Owerri: Skillmark Media, 2011, Pp.175-182, ISBN: 978-978-49917-4-2|
|Asuquo, Offiong Offiong â€œReligion and Corruption in the Nigerian Societyâ€ The Leajon; An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, Feb. 2010, pp.10-15|
|Asuquo, Offiong nOffiong â€œAn African Christian Perspective of Deathâ€ The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol. 2, No.1, August 2010, pp. 104-110|
|Asuquo, Offiong Offiong. â€œThe Present Day Relevance of Aladura and Pentecostal Churches in Nigeriaâ€ The International Researcher: A Multi-Disciplinary Journal Vol. 1, No. 5, August-December 2010, Pp.50-55|
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