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Name

Mr. Timothy Ogbang Ellah

Department

History and International Studies

Designation

Lecturer II

Email

[email protected]


About Mr. Timothy Ogbang Ellah

Ellah, Timothy Ogbang: St. Augustine’ Primary School, Ukpah, Bek, Cross River State: First School Leaving Certificate 1988. Bekwarra Secondary School (SSCE) 2000. Diploma in Public Policy & Administration (Merit), University of Calabar, Calabar, 2002. B.A History and International Studies (2/1) University of Calabar, Calabar, 2006, M.Sc. Political Science (Major: International Relations) University of Lagos, Lagos State, 2011. PhD In view International Studies, Federal University Lafia, Nasarawa State, 2017 to Date. He has 14 Publications and 6 Conferences.


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Ellah, Timothy Ogbang. The Political Ideology of Robert Gabriel Mugabe and his Contributions to Africa Political Thought. Lafia Journal of History and International Development Vol. 1 No. 1. April 2018.
Ellah, Timothy Ogbang. Boundary Disputes in West and Central Africa: An Assessment of the Nigeria-Cameroon Dispute in the Bakassi Peninsula 1961-2013. Lafia Journal of History and International Development Vol. 1 No. 2. April 2018.
Ellah Timothy O. Globalisation and Party Ideology in Africa: A Study of Nigerian Nascent Democracy 1999-2015. Ndunode: Special Edition of Calabar Journal of Humanities. Vol. 12. No. 1. January, 2017. www.academix.ng
- Ebaye, Sunday Esoso Nsed., Ellah, Timothy O. & Adams Peter Akpo. The Political Dynamics of the Middle East Beyond 2010: The Aftermath of the Arab Spring. Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies and Development. Volume 3. Issues 1. 2017. http://scholarworks.arcadia.edu/agsjournal/vol3/iss1/8.
Ebaye, Sunday Esoso Nsed & Ellah, Timothy O. The Politics of the North-South Economic Divide and the 21st Century 3rd World Economies. North American Open Politics and International Relation Research Journal Vol. 1, No. 1, March 2016, pp. 1-10 Available online at http://narpub.com/Journals.php
Ellah, Timothy Ogbang. The History of Traditional Political Institution in Upper Cross River Region: A study of Bekwarra Nation in Cross River, Nigeria 1994-2010. The Calabar Historical Journal, Vol. 6. No. 2 December, 2016.
Ellah, Timothy Ogbang. The Niger Delta Crisis: A Critical Review. Lafia Journal of Africa and Heritage Studies (LJAHS), Vol. 1, Number 1. 2016.
Enor, N. Frank, Ellah, T. O & Otora, O. Agbor. Resource conflict, Security and Crisis of Socio-Economic Development in the Gulf of Guinea 1990-2010. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences, GJHSS Volume 14 Issue 1 Version 1.0 March, 2014, India. P, 57-64. www.globaljournal.us.
Enor, N. Frank, Otora, O. Agbor & Ellah, T. O. The Theory and Practice of the National Interest in a Geostrategic World: Aspects of Nigeria and the United States National Interest Examines. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences, GJHSS Volume 14 Issue 3 Version 2.0 September, 2014, India. P, 53-62. www.http://globaljournal.us.
Enor, N. Frank, Ellah, T. O. & Otora, O. A. Key Issues in United States-Iranian Relations 1980 – 2012. South Africa: LWATI Journal 2014.
Ellah, Timothy Ogbang. Nigerian Foreign Policy after 50 Years of Independence: Problems and Prospects. MANDYENG: Journal of North Central Nigeria Studies, Mid-Rain Edition, 2014. pp. 191-201. ISSN: 1595-7837.
Ellah, Timothy Ogbang & Otora, O. Agbor. ECOWAS Prospects for Regional Integration in West Africa. Legion Journal of Art, Department of Philosophy, University of Calabar, Calabar. November 2014.
Ellah, Timothy Ogbang & Okorn, Tabi E. The Challenges of Nationalism in Nigeria 1922-1960. Journal of African Politics and Society (JAPS) Vol. 3. No. 2, December, 2014.
Fred, Ekpe F. A. & *ELLAH, Timothy O. (2013) Nigeria’s Response to the United States’ African Command (AFRICOM) Project in the Gulf of Guinea: Online International Journal of Arts and Humanities, Volume 2, Issue 8, pp. 208 - 217. Available Online at http://www.onlineresearchjournals.org/IJAH.

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Network of Benue and Cross River Historians (Theme)Network of Benue and Cross River Historians (Theme): Historicing the Nigerian Civil War Experiences of Border Communities in Nigeria. Calabar , Cross River State, 4th-6th September, 2013.2013-09-042013-09-06
Premier Edition of Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar, International Conference (Theme) “Globalisation and Democratic Values in AfricaPremier Edition of Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar, International Conference (Theme) “Globalisation and Democratic Values in Africa: Perspectives in the Humanities. Calabar, Cross River State, 12th- 15th April 2016. Theme of paper presented: Globalization and Party Ideology in Africa: A study of Nigerian Nascent Democracy1999-2015.2016-04-122016-04-15
Department of History and International Studies, University of Calabar Second International Conference (Theme) “Democracy, Gender and Peace Building in Africa”, Calabar, Cross River State, 21st- 24th September, 2016. Department of History and International Studies, University of Calabar Second International Conference (Theme) “Democracy, Gender and Peace Building in Africa”, Calabar, Cross River State, 21st- 24th September, 2016. Theme of Paper Presented: The Post Amnesty Era, Democracy and Peace Building in the Niger Delta 1999-2015.2016-09-212016-09-24
First Department of History and International Studies, University of Calabar, International Conference, (Theme) “From “Barriers to Bridges”2.) First Department of History and International Studies, University of Calabar, International Conference, (Theme) “From “Barriers to Bridges”: Rethinking African Boundaries, Regional Economic Integration and Identity Politics in Post Colonial Africa Calabar, Cross River State, 25th-27th November, 2016.2016-11-252016-11-27
Third International/Inter-Disciplinary Conference of the Department of History and International Studies, University of Calabar, Calabar.Third International/Inter-Disciplinary Conference of the Department of History and International Studies, University of Calabar, Calabar. Theme: Cross River Akwanshi: The Conservation and Interpretation of Indigenous Cultural Stones. March 11th – 13th 2018.2018-03-112018-03-13