NDUKWE, Paul Kehinde

Paul K.Ugboajah 

 

 

 

 

PAUL KEHINDE NDUKWEUGBOAJAH

 

Lecturer I

 

Academic and Professional Qualifications

B.A(Ibadan), M.A(Ibadan), Ph.D(Ibadan).

 

Area of Specialisation

Social History, Juvenile History

 

Office

Room 84

Department of History, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

Tel: +234-8025-999545,

       +234-8132-379073

E-mail: pkn.ugboajah@mail.ui.edu.ng

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Research Projects/Activities

 

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Dissertation and Thesis

  1. Juvenile Delinquency and Its Control in Colonial Lagos, 1861-1960.
  2. Military Rule and the Crisis of Legitimacy in Nigeria: A case study of General Ibrahim Babangida Regime 1985-1993.
  3. Fanon and Cabral on the Bourgeoisies in the Third World: A Case Study of Nigeria up to 1970

 

Publications

  1. Ajayi, S. Ademola and Ugboajah, P.K.N., 2005, From Acorn to Oak: A Biography of Revd. Joseph Odetola  Alabi, (Ibadan: Loud Books, 2005).
  2. Ugboajah, P.K.N., 2005, “African Traditional Economic Systems” in S. Ademola Ajayi (ed.) African Culture and Civilisation, (Ibadan: Atlantis Books, in Association with Ibadan Cultural Studies Group.
  3. Ugboajah, P.K.N., 2005, “The Culture Areas of Nigeria” in G. O. Oguntomisin & V. O Edo (eds.) African Culture and Civilization (Ibadan: Ibadan University Press)
  4.  Ugboajah, P.K.N., 2010, “Benin and Benin Bronzes”, “Monarchy”, “Kinship”, “Feudalism”, “Family” in Abiola Irele and Biodun Jeyifo (eds.) Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought (Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press)
  5. Culture-Conflict and Delinquency: A Case Study of Colonial Lagos”, Eras Journal, Edition 10, Nov. 2008.READ ABSTRACT
  6. Ugboajah, P.K.N., “The Transition to the Private Sector” in S. Ademola Ajayi & B. Sofela (eds.) Ayo Ogunseye: The Workers’ Economist
  7. Ugboajah, P. K. N. 2007, “Culture-Conflict, Urbanism and Delinquency:  A Case Study of Colonial Lagos,” Presented at the National Conference on Culture and Society organized by the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC), March 22-23, 2007 at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria) ABSTRACT
  8. Ugboajah, P.K.N. 2007, “Military Rule and Inter-Group Relations: Babangida Regime and the Crisis of Civil-Military Relations,” Presented at the International Conference in honour of Professor Obaro Ikime @70: “The Dynamics of Inter group relations in Nigeria Since 1960”, Department of History, University of Ibadan, 16th – 18th January, 2007.
  9. From Acorn to Oak: A Biography of Revd. Joseph Odetola Alabi, (Ibadan: Loud Books, 2005) Co-authored with Dr. S. Ademola Ajayi
  10. “Culture-Conflict and Delinquency: A Case Study of Colonial Lagos”, Eras Journal, Edition 10, Nov. 2008. 
  11. “African Traditional Economic Systems” in S. Ademola Ajayi (ed.) African Culture and Civilisation, (Ibadan: Atlantis Books, in Association with Ibadan Cultural Studies Group, 2005).
  12. “The Culture Areas of Nigeria” in G.O. Oguntomisin & V. O. Edo (eds.)African Culture and Civilization (Ibadan: Ibadan University Press, 2005)
  13.  “Benin and Benin Bronzes”, “Monarchy”, “Family”, “Kinship”, “Feudalism” in Abiola Irele and Biodun Jeyifo (eds.,) Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought(Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2010).