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Name

Dr. Joseph Okuta Ajor

Department

History and International Studies

Designation

Senior Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Joseph Okuta Ajor

Dr Joseph Okuta Ajor is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of History and International studies, widely travelled and has contributed to academic journals both locally and internationally. Holds B.A (Hons), M.A and Ph.d in History and International Studies. He is a member of the Historical Society of Nigeria.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished

S/N Publication
Dr.J.O.Ajor “Colonialism and Rural – Labour Migration among Bekwarra, 1940 – 1960”,African Journal of Religion,Culture and Society.(August 2006).84 – 88.
J.O.Ajor,Dr.P.O.Erim,S.E.Majuk,“Colonial Challenge to the Ogoja Salt Industry,Eastern Nigeria”,LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research,ISSN 1813-2227, www.universalacademicservices.org.,8.2,(June 2011 )84 -91.
P.O.Erim,J. O. Ajor, Simon E.Majuk.“The Canoe Craft of the Ogoja People in A Survival Battle in Colonial Nigeria”. ABIBISEM:Journal of African Culture and Civilisation,(2010),23-36.
Dr.J. O. Ajor. “Crime, Punishment and Judicial System in Pre-colonial African Society: The Bekwarra Practice”, African Pentecost: Journal of Theology and Social Work, (September 2018).195 – 213
DR.J.O.AJOR.“The Changing Pattern of Land Ownership in Bekwarra, Cross River State, Nigeria (1908-2015).”Research Centre for Management and Social studies.http://rcmss/index.php/current-issues-jggsda-4-1April2018.101-108.
O.Erim, J.O.Ajor,“The Indigenous Factor in the Economic Development of Old Ogoja Province of Nigeria. 1930 – 1955”.The Journal of International Social Research, 3.12,(Summer 2010),155 – 163.
Dr.G. U.Ntamu and Rev.J.O.Ajor “Afutang and Nndum Ancestral and Marital Fidelity Deities in Bekwarra Cosmology”,African Journal of Religion Culture and Society,(August 2006). 25 – 28.
P.O.Erim,J.O.Ajor,“The Indigenous Factor in the Economic Development of Old Ogoja Province of Nigeria,1930 – 1955”.The Journal of International Social Reserarch,www.sosyalarastimalar.com,3.12 Summer(2010) 155 – 163.
S.E.Majuk,P.O.Erim and J.O.Ajor, “Bakor women in Pottery Production in Pottery Production in colonial Southeastern Nigeria”.ISSN 1307-9581. Uluslarasi Sosyal Arastirmalar Dergisis, The Journal of International Social Reaserch, www.sosyalarastirmalar.com,3.11,(Spring 2010). 416 -420.
J.O.Ajor,Dr.P.O.Erim,S.E. Majuk,“Colonial Challenge to the Ogoja Salt Industry, Eastern Nigeira”.LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research,ISSN 1813-2227, www.universalacademicservices.org.,8.2,(June 2011),84 – 91.
P.O.Erim,J.O.Ajor,Simon E.Majuk,“The Canoe Craft of the Ogoja People in a Survival Battle in Colonial Nigeria”, ABIBISEM:Journal of African Culture and Civilisation,(2010),23 – 36.
Dr.Joseph Okuta Ajor “Developing Techniques for Using Oral Tradition for Historical Reconstruction in Africa From 1960 The Late 1970s, Humanities and Cultural Studies.5.2 (August,2016),1 – 13. www.iscprce.org/2013/10hcs.html.
DR.J.O.AJOR.“Settler-Indigene Relations in Nigeria,1920- 2014.” European – American Journals. http://www.eajournals.org/global-journal-of-arts-humanities-a...,6.5, 78-87
S.E.Majuk,P.O.Erim and J. O. Ajor.“Bakor Women in Pottery Production in colonial Southeastern Nigeria” ISSN 1307-9581, Uluslararasi Sosyal Arastirmalar Dergisis:The Journal of International Social Research, www.sosyalarastirmaar.com,3.11(Spring 2010)

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
3-day workshop on Cultural identities and Documentation.Held by Eskor Toyo Foundation, Oron, Akwa Ibom State, Dec 7-9, 2000. 2000-12-072000-12-09
American Studies Association of Nigeria, Annual National Conference.Held in Calabar, October 6-9, 2003. 2003-10-062003-10-09
American Studies Association of Nigeria,Annual National Conference.Held in Ibadan,15th to 18th September,2004. 2004-09-152004-09-18
Historical Society of Nigeria Conference.Held in University of Calabar,June 5-8, 2007.2007-06-052007-06-08
First Interdisciplinary International Conference.Held in Catholic University of East Africa,Nairobi, Kenya,June 26-30, 2012. 2012-06-262012-06-30