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  • Title  | Dr.
  • Name | ABEL IDEBE
  • Gender | MALE

BASIC INFORMATION

  • University Email | Nill
  • Personal Email | idebeabel20@gmail.com
  • Position | Lecturer I
  • Qualification | PhD.
  • Specialization | THEATRE ARTS

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

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PUBLICATIONS

  • 1.  Language as a Weapon of Dis/armament and the Revolutionary Impulse in Effiong’s The Battle Has Just Began and E.I Idegu’s Beloved Odolu Kingdom Published by LEAJON, Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Department of Philosophy, University of Calabar, 2015.
  • 2.  Girl Child Education: Challenges and Potentials for National Development: A Study of Emmy Idegu’s Six and Half a Dozen Published by JOTAMS, Journal of Theatre, Film and Carnival Studies, Department of Theatre and Media Studies, University of Calabar, 2015.
  • 3.  Beyond 2015 Election: Exploring the TFD Praxis as a Panacea for People-Centered Governance (Chapter 17). Published in Synergising Theatre Practice: An Introduction, Department of Theatre Arts, Kogi State University, Anyigba 2016.
  • 4.  Towards Effective Social Change for Local Communities: An Examination of TFD Participatory Communication Approach Published by JOTAMS, Journal of Theatre, Film and Carnival Studies, Department of Theatre and Media Studies, University of Calabar, 2018.
  • 5.  An Examination of Spirit Mediumship in African Drama and Theatre: A Study of J.P Clark’s Ozidi Published by VOICES, Journal of English Studies, Department of English and Drama, Kaduna State University, 2019.
  • 6.  Promoting Minority Voices through Theatre for Development: The Erema TFD Experience Published by CAJOLIS, Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar, 2019.
  • 7.  TFD as a tool for effective Participatory Development in Erema of Rivers State, Nigeria Published in MUKABALA, International Journal of Performing Arts and Culture, Department of Theatre and Performing Arts, ABU Zaria, 2019.
  • 8.  Synergizing Nollywood and Theatre for Development in actualizing Nigeria’s Rural Community Development (Chapter 27) Published in Nigeria’s Theatre and Drama: Audiences, Communities and Constituencies, Department of Theatre and Film Arts, University of Jos,2019.
  • 9. Theatre for development (TFD) AS AN effective to for local community engagement An Account of Zangon Tama experience in Sub-Sahara African Academic Research Publications University of Ibadan, Uyo Stae Nigeria, 2019
  • 10. Community Conflicts in Nigeria Causes Manifestations and Remedies in Sub-Sahara African Academic Research Publications University of Ibadan, Uyo Stae Nigeria, 2019.