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Patrick Chukwudike Okpalaeke

Researcher/student - History and International Studies at University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom , Nigeria | Uyo , Nigeria

Subjects:
Culture/Gender Studies, History, Politics and Political Science, Religion
Spoken languages:
English
Status:
Open to collaboration.

Work

Subjects:
Politics and Political Science, Culture/Gender Studies, History, Religion
Research Keywords:
Social and political history.
Collaboration interests:
Social and Political History since nineteenth century.
Biography:
Patrick Chukwudike Okpalaeke, a graduate of History & International Studies, University of Uyo, is currently a Graduate Student at the Department of History and International Studies, University of Uyo, Nigeria, where he majors in social and political history. His research interest span across themes on African history, Nigerian History, Health Humanities, African and Asian studies, as well as Gender studies, where he has published extensively in various academic journals within and outside Nigeria. Some of which include: “Continuity and Change in the Funeral Culture of the Umuna People in Nigeria from Pre – colonial Times to 2000 A.D, Africology: Journal of Pan African Studies, 2018, 74-88 “Rethinking the Concept of Western Democracy in Nigeria: The Re-traditionalization Approach for Internalization, 1959-2015,” Kaduna Journal of Humanities, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2019, pp.333-245. “Victim of Leadership: A Study in Nigeria’s Afro-Centric Foreign Policy,” ITAN: Journal of Historical Studies, Vol. 5 No. 1, pp. 178-192, 2019.
Profile website:
http://uniuyoportal.academia.edu/ChukwudikeOkpalaeke
Curriculum Vitae:
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