Humanities Unit – Staff Profiles

Title:  Dr.      

Surname:      Eze-Uzomaka

First Name: Pamela

Middle Name: Ifeoma

Faculty: Arts

Department: Archaeology

Unit:

Phone Number: 08034220390

e-mail: Pamela.ee-uzomaka@unn.edu.ng

Biography: Associate Professor in Department of Archaeology and Tourism and a Coordinator in Humanities Unit, School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Area of Specialization: (1) Public Archaeology (2) Metallurgy and Iron working (3) Cultural Resource and Heritage Management (4) Archaeology Theory

Membership of professional bodies: (1) World Archaeology Congress (2) South Africanist Archaeological Association

Publications: (1) Ngonadi J.U. and Eze-Uzomaka P.I. 2015 Fipa Furnaces and Slag. Distinguishing Criteria Based on Physical Andy Sis. Archaeological Discovery 2015 Vol. 3. Pp 32 – 39. Sci. Res.

Eze-Uzomaka P.I. 2008 Iron Age Archaeology in Lejj Nigeria in Dimensions of African Archaeology Studies in the African Past. Pivitig, Radimimity C and Macamo S. (eds) Dar es Salaam E & D Vision Tanzania

Research archive: Eze-Uzomaka P.I. 2000 Archaeology and the Public in Nigeria. Unpublished Ph.D. Theses. University of Sheffold, Sheffold United Kingdom.

Responsibilities: Coordinator – Humanities Unit, Teaching, Research and Student Counselling

Working Experience: 2013 – 2014 Visiting Professor – Kennesaw State University Georgia U.S.A. (Sabbatical Year)

2009 – Present – Associate Professor of Archaeology, University of Nigeria

 

Title:  Rev. Fr. Dr.                          

Surname:      Onwuama

First Name: Emeka

Middle Name: Michael

Faculty: School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Unit: Humanities Unit

Phone Number: (+234) 8036682519

e-mail: emeka.onwuama@unn.edu.ng

Biography: Rev. Fr. Dr. Michael Emeka Onwuama is a native of Umumba Ndiagu in Ezeagu L.G.A. Enugu State. He is a Catholic Priest of Onitsha Archdiocese. He holds a doctorate degree in Philosophy and works as a Lecturer I in Humanities Unit, School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Area of Specialization: Social and Political Philosophy

Membership of professional bodies: Member: Nigeria Philosophical Association

Publications: (1) Onwuama Emeka Michael, “Mind-Body Problem and the Issue of Human and Global Development in West Africa”, International Journal of Humanities Vol 1, 2009, pp 84-91.

(2) Onwuama Emeka Michael, “The Gettier Problem in Epistemology: The Fourth Condition of Knowledge, Journal of Nigeria Intellectual Property and Human Development vol 1, 2010, pp 262 -268.

(3) Onwuama Emeka Michael, “Self Interest Philosophy versus the Hobessian Nightmare: The Moral Presuppositions of Economics”, OR – CHE UMA: African Journal of Existential Philosophy, vol 3, No 2, Sept/Oct 2012, pp 32 – 49.

(4) Onwuama Emeka Michael, “Philosophy, Economics and Philosophy of Economics: An Evaluation, Nigeria Intellectual Property (NIPO) and Humanities Journal, vol 2 No 4, May 2013, pp 69-78.

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Responsibilities: Teaching, Research and Committee Membership

Working Experience: Six (6) years, with the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. (2009 to Date).

 

Title:  Mr.

Surname: Chukwudozie

First Name: Charles

Middle Name: Ndukaife

Faculty: School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Unit: Humanities

Phone Number: 08034232297

e-mail: Charles.chukwudozie@unn.ed.ng

Biography: (1) Date of Birth: January 01, 1955

(2) Date of Appointment: May 17, 1994, in Humanities School of General Studies as Assistant Lecturer

(3) Present Post: Lecturer I

(4) Qualification: B.Phil (PUU Rome), PGDE (UNN), MA. (Nig) African Philosophy, MA. (Nig) Social/Political Phil, Ph.D (Nig) in view

Holds parallel appointment with Department of Philosophy UNN.

Area of Specialization: African Philosophy

Membership of professional bodies:

Publications: (1) Igbo Personality Development (2) Utilitarianism and Social Justice (A philosophical perspectives) (3) Self in African Philosophy (4) “Man know thy self” (5) Introduction to Human Rights and Social Justice

Research archive:

Responsibilities: Teaching/Lecturing, Research, Committee membership

Working Experience: Date of 1st Appointment: May 17, 1994 (Humanities Unit S.G.S. U.N.N)

The Teaching Lecturing and Research


Title:  Mr.

Surname: Madukwe

First Name: Chinyere

Middle Name: Isaac

Faculty: School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Unit: Humanities

Phone Number: 08035666097

e-mail: chysmac@yahoo.com or chinyere.madukwe@unn.edu.ng

Biography: Madukwe Chinyere Isaac is a Lecturer I, staff of Humanities Unit, School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He has a parallel appointment in the Department of History and International Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Area of Specialization: Political/Social History

Membership of professional bodies: Historical Society of Nigeria. Association for Promoting Nigeria Languages and Culture.

Publications: Nine (9) Journal Articles and Three (3) book Chapters.

(1) Madukwe, C.I. (2010) Islamic Factor in Nigerian Post-Colonial Politics In Journal of Liberal Studies

(2) Madukwe, C. and Madukwe H. (2010) African Value Systems and the Impact of Westernization: A Critical Analysis. In International of Research in Arts and Social Science Vol. 2.

(3) Madukwe, C.I. (2012) ‘Awakening the Values of Nation-building through the Instrument of Political History in Nigeria” In Journal of Liberal Studies.

(4) Madukwe, C.I. (2014) “The Establishment of the Culture of Corruption In Nigeria: A Historical Insight in Journal of Humanities

(5)Madukwe, C.I. (2014) “The Politics of Religion and Conflict Generation In Nigeria” In Journal of Humanities

Research archive:

Responsibilities: Teaching, Research and Committee Membership

Working Experience: Seven years (7) with the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. (2008 to date).


Title:  Dr.

Surname: Ikegwu

First Name: Jacinta

Middle Name: Uchenna

Faculty: School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Unit: Humanities

Phone Number: 08039406729

e-mail: cintila2@yahoo.com and Jacinta.ikegwu@unn.edu.ng

Biography: Jacinta Uchenna Ikegwu is a Lecturer in the Humanities Unit, School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Also a parallel Lecturer at the department of Archaeology and Tourism, Faculty of Arts.

Area of Specialization: Archaeology and Tourism Specialoging in Cultural sites, Resources and Tourism.

Membership of professional bodies: (1) Archaeological Association of Nigeria (2) Association for promoting Nigeria Language and Culture (3) Life Time member Honorary Advisory Editorial Bogd/Reviewer Panel of Albert Science International Organization Journal of Humanities, Management and Social Science Interventions [ASIO-JHMSSI].

Publications: Ikegwu J.U. (2010 a ) Man’s Nature and Neglect of his Environment. An Archaeological Perspective. Journal of Liberal Studies is (1) 116-125.

Ikegwu, J.U. (2010 e) Food Tourism: A Roadmap for Sustainable Cultural Development in Nigeria. Journal of Arts and Humanities 7(1), 86-93.

Ojiakor, J.U. and Okonkwo, E.E (2009/10). The Conlvibution of Sussana Wenger to the Management of Osun-Oshogbo Sacred Grove and Shrine. Nsukka Journal of the Humanities Vol 18, 1-12.

Research archive:

Responsibilities: Teaching and Research

Working Experience: Ten years (10) with University of Nigeria: ie 2005 till present.


Title:  Mr.

Surname: Uzuegbu

First Name: Joshua

Middle Name: Okenwa

Faculty: School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Unit: Humanities

Phone Number: 08037842267

e-mail: Joshua.uzuegbu@unn.edu.ng

Biography: Joshua Okenwa Uzuegbu lecturers in Humanities Unit, School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He holds a parallel appointment with the Department of Archaeology and Tourism, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Area of Specialization: Archaeology (Ethno Archaeology)

Membership of professional bodies: (a) Archaeological Association of Nigeria (A.A.N.)

(b) West African Archaeological Association (W.A.A)

Publications: (1) Uzuegbu, J.O. (2014) The Relevance of Igboukwu Grave good in Archaeological Studies Nsukka Journal of the Humanities. Vol. 21 no 2 pages 114-122.

(2) Uzuegbu, J.O. (2015) Specialized Courts and the looting of tangible cultural heritage in Nigeria. Nsukka Journal of the Humanities. Vol.23 No. pages 114-122)

(3) Uzuegbu, J.O. (2012). Tourism as a tool for re-branding Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Science Vol. 4 pages 431-441.

(4) Uzuegbu, J.O. (2010) Preserving the Archaeological Records in Nsukka Cultural Zone. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Science Vol. 2 pages 167-174.

Research archive:

Responsibilities: Teaching, Research and Committee Membership

Working Experience: From March 2008 when in join the University as an Assistant Lecturer, I have been engaged in teaching, seminars, researching in specialized areas. Much importantly, I belong to various committees, where I chair the general studies time-table and Humanities Web committees.

 

Title:  Mr.

Surname: Agbo

First Name: Christian

Middle Name: Onuorah

Faculty: School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Unit: Humanities

Phone Number: 08039580855

e-mail: onuorah.agbo@unn.edu.ng

Biography: Christian Onuorah Agbo Lecturer in Humanities Unit, School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He holds a parallel appointment with the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Area of Specialization: Philosophy with specialization in Epistemology

Membership of professional bodies: Nigeria Philosophical Association

Publications: (1) C.O. Agbo (2015) “The Need for Paradign Change in Igbo (African) Traditional Rule: Tenure System as an Alternative” in Paul O. Obi-Ani (ed.), Nsukka Journal of Humanities, Vol. 23, No.1, Faculty of Arts, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, pp. 139-144.

(2) C.O. Agbo (2015) “Echiche: An Investigation into the Thinking Process of the African and Its Implications for Development” in L.C. Ogenyi (ed), Journal of Liberal Studies (JLS), Vol. 16, Nos. 1 and 2, Nsukka: University of Nigeria Press Ltd, pp. 167-174.

(3) C.O. Agbo (2014) “Mathematical Platonism: A Philosophical Approach to Mathematical foundation” in L.C. Ogenyi (ed) Journal of Liberal Studies (JLS), Vol. 15, No.2, Nsukka: University of Nigeria Press Ltd.

(4) Agbo, C.O. (2011) “Leibniz’s Conception of Substance: Its Socio-Political and Individual Implications” in International Journal of Modern Political Economy, Vol. 2, Number 3, July 2011, pp.131-138.

Research archive:

Responsibilities: Teaching, Research and Committee membership

Working Experience: Six (6) years with the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. (2009 to Date).


Title:  Mrs.

Surname: Ejikeme

First Name: Nneka

Middle Name: Joy

Faculty: School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Unit: Humanities

Phone Number: 08039557797

e-mail: joy.ejikeme@unn.edu.ng

Biography: Joy, Ejikeme is a Lecturer in Humanities Unit School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He holds a parallel appointment with the Department of Archaeology and Tourism, Faculty of Arts, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Area of Specialization: Cultural Resource Management and Tourism

Membership of professional bodies:

Publications: (1) J.N.U. EJikeme (2014) Traditional Medicine as a Cultural Heritage in Selected Communities in Nsukka Area, Enugu State, Nigeria in Ikoro Onigbo S.M. and Omemma, J.T. (eds.) Journal of Motitute of African Studies Vol. 10, No. 5. 1 & 2.

(2) J.N.U. Ejikeme (2012) Marketing Nigerian Cultural Heritage. A Boon to National Development. In Astride Memory and Desire, Peoples Cultures and Development in Nigeria. C.K. Ikwuemesi (ed.) ABIC Books, Enugu.

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Responsibilities: Teaching, Research and Committee Membership

Working Experience: Six years with the University of Nigeria, Nsukka Calender (December 2008 to Date).

Title:  Mrs.

Surname: Izueke

First Name: Ukamaka

Middle Name: Dorathy

Faculty: School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Unit: Humanities

Phone Number:08036736697

e-mail: cimyizuks@gmail.com

Biography: Mrs. Ukamaka Dorathy Izueke is the Secretary to the Humanities Unit, School of General Studies. Also an Administrative staff of the University.

Area of Specialization: Business Management

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Responsibilities: (1) Secretary to the Humanities Unit, School of General Studies (2) Processing of Unit results (3) Registration of students

Working Experience: Six years (6) experience with the University of Nigeria. From 2009 till date

Title:  Mrs.

Surname: Agbo

First Name: Chinasa

Middle Name: Calister

Faculty: School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Unit: Humanities

Phone Number: 08039711163

e-mail: chinasa.agbo@unn.edu.ng

Biography: Mrs. Agbo Chinasa Calister is a Data Entry Operator/Clerical Officer in the Humanities Unit, School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Area of Specialization: Data Entry Operator/Clerical Officer (Computer Science/Statistics)

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Responsibilities: (1) Typing of Official Document (2) Filling of an official Documents.

Working Experience: Six (6) years with the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.(2009 to Date).

Title:  Mrs.

Surname: Asogwa

First Name: Chinyere

Middle Name: Nnenna

Faculty: School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Unit: Humanities

Phone Number: 08036085425

e-mail: chinyere.nnenna@unn.edu.ng

Biography: Mrs. Asogwa Chinyere Nnenna is a Cleaner/Messenger in School of General Studies, Humanities Unit, University of Nigeria Nsukka

Area of Specialization: Cleaner/Messenger

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Responsibilities: (1) Cleaning of Office (2) Dispatching of office mails

Working Experience: Six (6) years with the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.(2009 to Date).