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Mr. Patrick Oko Odey


History and International Studies


Assistant Lecturer


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About Mr. Patrick Oko Odey

Patrick Oko Odey obtained a B. A (Hons) in History and International Studies and a Masters in Nigerian History from the University of Calabar, Nigeria. His research interest is on Inter-Group Relations, Nation-Building and Democratization in Nigeria. He has attended and presented papers in conferences with several publications to his credit in learned journals and books. He is currently a Doctoral candidate in the Department of History and International Studies, University of Calabar, Nigeria.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
B.A(Hons) History and International StudiesUniversity of Calabar, Calabar20052008
M.A Nigerian HistoryUniversity of Calabar, Calabar20092016

S/N Publication
David L. Imbua and Patrick O. Odey. “Political Systems in Nigeria: Pre-Colonial Times-1960.” In Current Development in Social Studies Education. Lagos; 2014, 196-222.
Patrick O. Odey, “Military and Non-Military Threats to Girl-Child Education in a Security Threatened Society” Sokoto Journal of History, Vol. 4, September, 2015, 135-149.
David L. Imbua, Sandy O. Onor and Patrick O. Odey. A Companion to African History in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Makurdi: 2017.
Patrick O. Odey, “From Cooperation to Domination: The Calabar-Ogoja Experience.” In Calabar on the Cross River: Historical and Cultural Studies. New Jersey: 2017, 273-288.
David L. Imbua and Patrick O. Odey. “Africa in the Slavery and Slave Trade Era.” In Selected Issues in Social Studies Education. Calabar; 2013,209-231.
Patrick O. Odey. “Urbanization and Social Vices: The Skolombo Phenomenon in Calabar, Cross River State.” In Urbanization, Security and Development Issues in Nigeria, 1914-2014 (Festschrift in Honour of Professor Enoch Oyedele). Zaria: 2016, 388-404.
Patrick O. Odey. “Social Media and the 2015 General Elections in Nigeria.” In The 2015General Elections in Nigeria: Emerging Issues. Abuja: 2017, 285-306.
Patrick O. Odey, “Constitutionalism and the Minority Issues in Nigeria” in Okon Uya @ 70: Issues in Historiography, Nation-Building and the African Diaspora. Makurdi: 2016, 518-539.
Patrick O. Odey. “International Organizations.” In Europe and the Wider World: A Reader. Makurdi: 2018, 176-203.
Patrick O. Odey, “US-Nigeria Relations: A Study in Bilateralism” in The Calabar Historical Journal, Volume 5, No.2, December 2013, 66-83.
Patrick O. Odey, “Yala and Her Neighbours Since the 20th Century” in Benue Valley Journal of Humanities, 164-180.
David L. Imbua and Patrick O. Odey. “Africa Before European Contact.” In Selected Issues in Social Studies Education. Calabar; 2013,192-208.
Patrick O. Odey, “Ethnicity and the Politics of State Creation: The Ogoja Experience.” In Ethnic Minority Agitations and Political Development in Nigeria, Vol. 1. Abuja; 2015, 145-158.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
2. International Conference on Calabar. Theme: “Calabar Through Times: Issues and Challenges”The Conference interrogated the role of Calabar from the pre-colonial to post-colonial periods.2017-04-241969-12-31