Books or Chapters in Books Already Published:


1. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2014), “ Oil Wealth and the Challenges of Development” in S.O. AghalinoDelta Beyond Oil: A Quest for Sustainable Development Vol.1, MindexPublishing Co., Benin, pp. 75 – 87.  


2. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2014), “ Oil Wealth and the Challenges of Development” in S.O. AghalinoDelta Beyond Oil: A Quest for Sustainable Development Vol.2, Mindex, Benin Publishing Co., pp. 75 – 93.  


3. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2014), “100 Years of South-South Zone in the Political Economy of Nigeria: The Pains and Gains” inFwatshak S.U. &Akinwumi, O. The House that “Lugard built” Perspectives on Nigeria’s First Centenary: The Pains, the Gains, and the Agenda for the Future, Jos University Press, Jos, pp. 100-123.


4. Okpeh O. &Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (eds.) (2013), Federalism in Historical Perspectives, Aboki Publishers, Makurdi.


5. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2013) “The Revolution Aftermath: IssacBoro’s Insurrection, Trial & Supreme Sacrifice” in Olali S.T. (ed.) Before and Beyond the Revolution: Essays in Memory of AdakaBoro,Office of theChief Historian & Archivist of Bayelsa State, Port Harcourt, pp. 119-135.


6. Ogbogbo, C.B.N.(2012) “Öbaro Ikime: a Titan at 70”in Ogbogbo, C.B.N., Olaniyi, R.O. & Muojama, O.G. (eds.)The Dynamics of Inter- Group Relations in Nigeria Since 1960,Ibadan, Department of History, University of Ibadan, pp.1-24.


7. Ogbogbo, C.B.N., Olaniyi, R.O. &Muojama, O.G. (eds.)The Dynamics of Inter- Group Relations in Nigeria Since 1960,Ibadan, Department of History, University of Ibadan, pp.1-24.


8. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2012)”Oil Spills and Environmental Conflicts in the Gulfs of Guinea and Mexico” in Leo Otoide (ed.) History Unlimited: Essays in Honour of Abednego Ekoko, Mindex Publishing Co., pp. 83 – 96.


9. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (ed.), (2011) Perspectives in African History, Ibadan, Bookwright, p. 121.  


10. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2009) “The Man Emmanuel OnyechereOsigweAnyiamOsigwe” in OlusegunOladipo&AdebolaEkanola, The Development Philosophy of Emmanuel OnyechereAnyiamOsigwe Vol. 1Ibadan, Hope Publication,pp.1-14.


11. Olayemi Akinwumi, Fwatshak S.U., AdoyiOnoja, C.B.N. Ogbogbo &OkpehOkpeh, (eds.), (2009) Technology, Knowledge and Environment in Africa,Abuja, Roots Educational  Publishers,pp. 572


12. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. &Okpeh, O.O. (eds.), (2008) Interrogating Contemporary Africa: Dike Memorial Lectures 1999-2007, Historical Society of Nigeria, Ibadan.pp.136.


13. Ogbogbo, C.B.N.( 2008) “Identity Politics and Resource Control Conflict in Nigeria” in BahruZewde (ed.) Society, State and Identity in African History, Forum for Social Studies, Addis Ababa, pp.257-274.


14. Olayemi Akinwumi, OkpehOkpeh, C.B.N. Ogbogbo, &AdoyiOnoja (eds.), (2007) African Indigenous Science and Knowledge Systems: Triumphs and Tribulations,Abuja, Roots Educational Publishers,pp. 572


15. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2006) “Nigeria – Niger Delta Relations” in Olayemi Akinwumi (ed.) Inter- Group Relations in Nigeria During The 19th and 20th Twentieth Centuries,Aboki Publishers, Makurdi, pp.550-569.


16. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2006) European Diplomatic Scene 1071-1914, DLC, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.pp. 71.


17. Ogbogbo, C.B.N.(2005) “The Niger Delta Peoples and the Resource Control Conflict, 1960-1995: An Assessment of Conflict Handling Styles” in I.O. Albert (ed.) Perspectives on Peace and Conflict Studies in Africa, Peace and Conflict Studies Programme, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, pp.153-169.


18. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2003) "Citizenship and resource control issues in American constitution: lessons for Nigeria" in S.O. Amali et al (eds.) Ethnicity Citizenship and Democracy in the United States of America.Humanities Publishers, Ibadan, 2003 pp.247-260.


19. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2002) "Of Culture, History and the African Crisis" in EgbeIfie (ed.) Papers in Honour of Tekena N. Tamuno Professor Emeritus at 70.Oputoru Books, Ibadan pp.259-271.


20. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2002) "Nigerian -Cameroon Boundary Conflict: A Historio-Legal Analysis " in G.O. Oguntomisin& S.A. Ajayi (eds.) Readings in Nigerian History and Culture, Hope Publications, Ibadan.pp318-329.


21. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2000) Legal Education in Nigeria and the Challenges of the 21s Century. Quantum Publishers, Ibadan, pp.33


22. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (1998) "History and the 1995 Draft Constitution" in J. D. Ojo (ed.) Proceedings of the Conference on the 1995 Draft Constitution, Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.pp.47-52.


23. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (1997) "The Military and Constitution Making in Nigeria, 1979‑1995” in OyinOgunba (ed.) Governance and Electoral Process in Nigeria, Lagos, USIS. PP219-233.


24. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (1993)West Africa 1500-1800, External Studies Programme, Ibadan, pp.91


25. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (1991) Southern Africa 1800-1914, External Studies Programme, Ibadan, p.75.


26. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (1989) "The Nigerian Tribune under Military rule” in Femi Otubanjo (ed.) The Story of Tribune, Africa Newspapers Nigeria Ltd. Ibadan, pp.79‑101.





27. Ogbogbo, C.B.N.(2012) “Leadership and the Development Crisis in Africa”, African Leadership Review, Vol. 4 pp. 8 – 29.


28. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. & Ajayi, O.D. (2011) “Ibadan and the Beginnings of the Nigerian Bar Association” Journal of Intra African Studies No. 5, pp. 55 -72. 


29. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. &Nwaka C. (2011) “The Catholic Church and Conflict Management in Igboland 1885 – 1960”, Ilorin Journal of History and International Studies, Vol.2 No. 2, pp. 21-36.


30. Ogbogbo, C.B.N.(2010) “Beyond Nomenclature: Current Predicaments of Historical Scholarship in Nigeria”Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria, Vol. 20, pp. 166 -178.


31. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. & Nwaokocha, O. (2010) “Pre conceived Ideas and the Challenge of Reconstruction in African History” Drumspeak: International Journal of Research in the Humanities, Vol. 5.


32. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2009)“Historicizing the Legal Framework for Elections in Nigeria”

Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria,Vol. 18 pp42 -60. 


33. Ogbogbo, C.B.N.(2008)”Interrogating the Resource Control Agitation in the Niger Delta” Ibadan Journal of Humanistic Studies Vol. 17 & 18 pp. 127 -156.


34. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. & Ajayi, D. (2007) “Historicizing Africa’s International Economic Relations” Ibadan Journal of European Studies, Nos. 5 & 6, PP. 228 -245.


35. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. &OlisaMuojama (2007) “The Global Economy and the Niger Delta 

Crisis” Journal of Historical Society of Nigeria,Vol. 17, pp 169-190. Makurdi


36. OchefuYakubu& Chris B.N. Ogbogbo (2006) “The Role of Historical Societies in 

Nigeria’s Development”AfrikaZamani, Nos. 13 & 14, 2005–2006, pp.73-85.CODESRIA- DAKAR


37. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2006) “Towards understanding The Niger Delta Question: A Review Article of Osadolor’s ‘The Niger Delta Question: Background to Constitutional Reform” Journal of Historical Society of Nigeria,Special 50th Anniversary Edition.


38. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2005) “Abuja” in Kevin Shillington (ed.) Encyclopedia of African

History(Volumes 1) Fitzroy Dearborn, New York. pp.8-9.


39. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2005)“Monrovia” in Kevin Shillington (ed.) Encyclopedia of African  History (Volumes 2) Fitzroy Dearborn, New York. pp. 995-996.


40. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2005) “Songhai Empire: Moroccan Invasion, 1591” in Kevin Shillington (ed.) Encyclopedia of African History (Volumes 3) Fitzroy Dearborn, New York.pp. 1415-1416,


41. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2005) “Historicizing Minority Agitations in the Niger Delta Up to

1995” Journal of History and Diplomatic Studies Vol.2, PP.101-124.


42. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2004) “Legal Basis for Ownership and Control of oil resources in

Nigeria”African Journal of Economy and Society, Vol. 6 No.1 & 2.(Ghana)


43. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2004) “The Beginning of the Oil Industry in Nigeria1906-1956” Quill pen Vol.4, 2004 pp.1-9


44. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2003) "Human Rights Issues and the Niger Delta Crisis" Ibadan Bar Journal Ibadan, Vol.2 No 1 pp. 77-93.


45. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (2000) "The Nigerian Historian and the Challenge of the 21st Century" Viewpoint,A Critical Review of Culture and Society,Ibadan Vol.2 Nos. 1&2, pp 47- 52


46. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (1998) "Explaining the Continued Crisis of Relevance in African Philosophy”SOPHIA:  An African Journal of Philosophy,University of Calabar,Vol. 1 No.1 pp 59-65.


47. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (1997) "The Poverty of African Philosophy", Ibadan Journal of Humanistic Studies, Faculty of Arts, University ofIbadan, No.7 pp. 35-42


48. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (1997) Fourteen Entries on various topics on African Peoples and Cities in J.C. Middleton (ed.)The Encyclopedia of Sub-Saharan Africa (4 Volumes), Karen Day, New York, Vol.1 pp. 153, 218, 228, vol. 2 pp.1, 365- 366, 367-368, 405,475, vol. 3, pp. 322, 358, 475,vol. 4, pp. 41- 42


49. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (1995) "Some Problems in the Writing of the History of African Philosophy” Quest An International Journal of African Philosophy, The Netherlands, Vol. IX, No.2 pp157-172.


50. Ogbogbo, C.B.N. (1990) Book Review of Obasanjo, O. “Africa Embattled”, in ITAN Bendel State University Journal of Historical Studies, Vol. 1, pp 135-136.




  1.  Dartmouth/York UNESCO Nigerian Hinterland Project Workshop on Atlantic Crossings: Women’s Voices, Women’s Stories from the Caribbean and the Nigerian Hinterland 17th-21st May 2001. Held at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, U.S.A. Paper Read: Labour Mobility: A Recurring Decimal in Nigeria- Caribbean Relations.
  2.  Conference on The Niger Delta: The Past, Present and the Way Forward Held in Port Harcourt from 6th - 9th December 2000.
  3.  International Conference on Gendering the Diaspora: Women Culture and Historical change in the Caribbean and the Nigerian Hinterland. Held at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, U.S.A., from 22nd - 24th 2002. Paper Read: Nigeria – Caribbean Labour Nexus in the Post-Colonial Era.
  4.  American Studies Association of Nigeria 9th Annual Conference on Ethnicity: Citizenship and Democracy in the United States of America, Held at Pyramid Hotel, Calabar, Cross-Rivers State, Nigeria; from 9th- 12th of July 2002.Paper Read Citizenship and Resource Control Issues in the American Constitution: Lessons for Nigeria.
  5.  African Studies Association 48th Annual Meeting on Health, Knowledge and the Body Politic in Africa and the African Diaspora Held at Marriot Wardman Park Hotel, Washington D.C., U.S.A. November 17-20, 2005.
  6.  Peace and Conflict Studies Programme of the Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Capacity Building Training Workshop 7th – 11th March 2005.
  7.  Conference on Tsunami Disaster Implications for Management of Humanitarian Crisis in Nigeria. Held at Lady Bank-Anthony Hall, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, February 2005.  Paper Read: Tsunami Disaster and its Implications for the Niger Delta.
  8.  First National Conference on Inter-Group Relations in Nigeria in the 21st Century. Held in Nassarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria, from 8th –11th June 2005. Paper Read: Nigeria –Niger Delta Relations1960-1995
  9.  Dartmouth/University of Ibadan faculty exchange Program, Building an American Studies Bridge. Held in Dartmouth College, 15 September 2005, Paper Read: The Legal Basis for Ownership of Oil Resources in Nigeria 1960-1995.
  10.  University of Ibadan Distance Learning Centre Stakeholders’ Consultative Forum Expanding the Frontiers of Knowledge through Learning Mode, Held at Conference Centre, Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan, Wednesday, April 5, 2006.
  11.  Golden Jubilee Anniversary Conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria. 2005.
  12.  Conference on “The bloody writing is forever torn Domestic and International Consequences of the First Governmental Effort to Abolish the Atlantic Slave Trade Held in Accra and Elmina, Ghana, August 8- 12 2007.
  13.  51ST Annual Conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria on Reflections on               Nigeria’s Post- Colonial Conflicts: The Search for Historical Depth and Resolution. 
  14.       Held on May 1st-5th 2006. Paper Read: The Militarization of The Resource Control  Conflict in the Niger Delta.
  15.   58th/ 59thAnnual Conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria on 100 Years of Amalgamation Held on September 22nd – 25th2014 at University of Nigeria Nsukka.