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Prof. Erim Patience Okwuchi


History and International Studies




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About Prof. Erim Patience Okwuchi

Professor of History

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Patience O. Erim, and Joseph O. Ajor; “Indigenous Factor in the Economic Development of Old Ogoja Province of Nigeria, 1930 – 1955,” The Journal of International Social Research. Ordu, Turkey, Volume: 3 Issue 12 Summer 2010, pp 155 – 163.
Erim , Patience O. “Historical Antecedents and Nation Building: The Nigerian Experience” The Journal of International Social Research, Ordu Turkey; Volume 6 Issue 27, Summer 2013, pp. 222-227, ISSN: 1307-9581.
David Lishilinimle Imbua, Patience O. Erim, Grace M. Brown, “The Expansion and Consolidation of British Empire in the Cross River Region: The Role of Efik Political Agents, 1891 – 1928,” DRUMSPEAK: International Journal of Research in the Humanities; New Series Vol 3 2010, pages 183 – 204; The Faculty of Arts, University of Cape Coast, Ghana.
Patience O. Erim, Simon E. Majuk, Joseph O. Ajor, “The Canoe Craft of the Ogoja People in a Survival Battle in Colonial Nigeria,” ABIBISEM: Journal of African Culture and Civilization. Volume 3, 2010, pages 23 – 36. Department of History, University of Cape Coast, Ghana.
Patience O. Erim and David L. Imbua, Colonial Political Re-Engineering and the Breeding of Corruption: The Warrant Chiefs of Southeastern Nigeria Remembered. NDUNODE: Calabar Journal of Humanities Volume 10, Number 1, July, 2013; pp. 97-114. ISSN: 1117-5621
Patience O. Erim, “War and Diplomacy in Yala Society in Pre-Colonial Time”, Ibom Journal of History and International Studies, No. 9, 2001, pp 113 – 120.
Patience O. Erim, “Patterns of Anti-Colonial Resistance on the Cross River Basin; 1895 – 1914”. Ibom Journal of History, Nos. 3
David Lishilinimle Imbua and Patience O. Erim “Expatriate Researchers and the Historiography of Calabar, 1650-1960: A Reappraisal.” JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, Interdisciplinary Reflection of contemporary Society, Volume 30 Number 2 February 2012 pages 165-170. Kamla-Raj Enterprises Delhi, India.
Patience O. Erim, “The Myth of a Founding-Father in African Historiography”, SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy; Vol. 2 No. 1, 2000; pp 98 – 102.
Patience O. Erim, “Colonialism and the Development of Health Services in Old Ogoja Province 1914 – 1950”, African Journal of Economy and Society Vol. 6: Nos 1
Joseph O. Ajor, Patience O. Erim, Simon E. Majuk, “Colonial Challenge to the Ogoja Salt Industry, Eastern Nigeria”, LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, Volume 8, Issue 2, June 2011, pp 84-91. Universal Academic Services Beijing, China;
Patience O. Erim, “The Evolution of Modern Humans in Perspective” Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS) Vol. vii No. 2 Dec. 2004, pp 174 – 187.
Patience O. Erim and David L. Imbua, “Colonial Education and Women of the Cross River Region of Nigeria, 1900-1960: An Appraisal” LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, Beijing, China, Volume 10, Issue 1, 2013 pp. 80-95. ISSN: 1813-2227
Patience O. Erim and David L. Imbua, “Women in the Colonial Economy of the Cross River Area of Nigeria, 1900 – 1950” JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES: Interdisciplinary Reflection on Contemporary Society. Vol. 30 (2) 2012 pages 171-181. Kamla-Raj Enterprises Delhi, India.
Simon E. Majuk, Patience O. Erim, Joseph Okuta Ajor, “Bakor Women in Pottery Production in Colonial Southeastern Nigeria”, The Journal of International Social Research, Ordu, Turkey: Volume: 3 Issue: 11 Spring 2010 pp 416 – 420.
Patience O. Erim, “State Formation in Yala-land: 1600 – 1900,” NDUNODE: Calabar Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 2 No. 2, 1998 pp 28 – 37.

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