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  • Jeremy Allouche

    Research Fellow

    Institute of Development Studies

    Discipline: Politics and International Studies

    Research Interests: Conflict, Security and Development, Cote d'Ivoire, Sierra Leone

  • Bright Alozie

    Graduate Assistant

    University of Nigeria, Nsukka

    Discipline: History, Politics and International Studies, Gender

    Research Interests: African Studies, Gender and Diplomatic History, Colonial and Post-colonial Africa, International Relations.

  • Doreen Alusa


    United States International University

    Discipline: Politics and International Studies

    Research Interests: Development, peace and conflict issues in Africa; regional integration in Africa; food security.

  • Sunday Ojonugwa Ameh


    Salem University, Lokoja

    Discipline: Sociology and Demography

    Research Interests: PhD research on the Nigerian prison system and the rehabilitation of offenders

  • Joy Amesi


    Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Nkpolu Port Harcourt

    Research Interests: none given

  • Anenechukwu Amoke


    University of Nigeria, Nsukka

    Discipline: Literature, Drama, Gender, Philosophy, Politics and International Studies, Sociology and Demography, Theology Divinity or Religious Studies, Psychology, History

    Research Interests: PhD research

  • Saheed Amusa


    Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria

    Discipline: History

    Research Interests: Socio-economic and political history of Nigeria in the pre-colonial, colonial and contemporary eras.

  • Saheed AMUSA

    Teaching and Research

    Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife

    Discipline: History

    Research Interests: Doctoral student working on "Policing and the Decolonisation Process in Nigeria, 1945-1966".

  • Maurice Amutabi

    Deputy Vice-Chancellor

    Kisii University

    Research Interests: Call for Papers for the Third Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference, to be held at Nairobi Campus of Kisii University, Kenya on June 22 to 25, 2016 Conference theme: “Rethinking Development Paradigms by Africa and its Partners” Conference Venue: Nairobi Campus, Kisii University, Kenya Sponsors: Kisii University and Kenya Scholars and Studies Association (KESSA) Paper presenters will be expected to examine changes that have taken place in the development realm in the past fifty years. Researchers should critically examine models and approaches presented for development in health, education, tourism, mining, agriculture, water, livestock development, roads, railway and air transport, development of arid and semi arid lands, science and technology, engineering, environment, urban and rural development, vulnerable groups, minorities, women and children. The deadline for submission of abstracts is March 30, 2016, and power point slides or full papers confirming participation will be May 30, 2016. Most papers presented at the conference will be selected and published in edited volumes and journals affiliated to Kisii University. The official language of the conference is English. The conference will consist of ten colloquia organized along themes. This Third Interdisciplinary International Conference will be held between June 22 to 25, 2016 at Nairobi Campus, of Kisii University, Kenya. Send abstracts of between 250 and 500 words, including full contact details (title, name, address, email-address, and telephone) as well as institutional affiliation by March 30, 2016 to Prof. Maurice N. Amutabi at or or Colloquium 1: Service Sectors, Politics and Development in Africa Colloquium 2: Management of Resources in Africa Colloquium 3: Education and Development in Africa Colloquium 4: Judiciary, Constitutionalism and Human Rights Colloquium 5: Engineering, Science and Technology in Africa Colloquium 6: Religion, NGOs and non-State Agencies in Development in Africa Colloquium 7: Security, Peace and Conflict in Africa Colloquium 8: Library, Information and Communication Technology Colloquium 9: Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Research in Africa Colloquium 10: Roundtables, independent panels and association meetings Registration Fees: 1. Staff and students from the Kisii University (KSU) KShs.5000 2. Staff and students from other universities in Kenya KShs.6, 000 3. Staff from East African Universities and Organizations KShs.6, 500 4. Rest of Africa US$ 150 5. Rest of the World – Europe, North America, Asia, etc US$ 200

  • Fanon Ananda

    Assistant Lecturer

    Jomo Kenyatta University

    Discipline: Business and Management Studies, Geography, Sociology and Demography

    Research Interests: Currently in the 1st year of PhD in GIS.

  • Emmanuel Ani


    Nnamdi Azikiwe University

    Research Interests: Individual and Institutional dimensions to the problem of prevalence of corruption in African societies

  • Uchenna Anih

    Assistant Lecturer

    Obafemi Awolowo University

    Discipline: Literature, Gender

    Research Interests: Feminism, African feminism, gender violence, womanism, post colonialism, socio-political criticism, woman question, racism, national issues

  • Abebe Anshebo


    Dilla University

    Research Interests: Determinants of Neonatal death among LBW

  • Kurt April

    Professor of Leadership, Diversity & Inclusion

    University of Cape Town

    Research Interests: stewardship, diversity, inclusion, culture, happiness, shame/guilt, values/character, resilience

  • Abimbola Oluwatosin Aregbesola


    Deeper Life High School

    Research Interests: Economic history Medical history Developmental studies

  • Dahiru M. Argungu

    Senior Lecturer

    Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto

    Discipline: African Languages

    Research Interests: Hausa and Swahili proverbs

  • Hylton Howard Arnolds



    Discipline: Geography, Anthropology

    Research Interests: Submitting Masters of Science Dissertation

  • Peter Arthur



    Discipline: Literature, Literature

    Research Interests: The textuality of Contemporary Ghanaian songs





  • Jude Asenime


    Delta State University, Abraka

    Discipline: History

    Research Interests: ethnicity, religion, Nigeria