Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies
University of Bayreuth
Colonial history, global history, print media, literacy, knowledge-producing institutions/(higher) education
Ngozi is a 2019 DAAD GSSP PhD Candidate in African History at BIGSAS. She is currently on study leave from the Department of History and Strategic Studies, Alex Ekwueme Federal University in Nigeria, where she has taught history since 2015. Prior to this time, she worked over ten years in the corporate sector for global institutions like Citi Nigeria and the Oxford University Press, UK and as a school administrator for a COBIS (Council of British International Schools) institution in Nigeria. Ngozi also has a strong interest in impacting and improving educational opportunities for young people in Nigeria. Ngozi received her first degree in history from the University of Nigeria and her masters degree in African Studies from the University of Oxford.
|June 2019||"'Only the Best is Good Enough for Africa': The African American Institute and the Making of the New Nigerian Elite (1960-1975)" - via video recording at the European Conference on African Studies (ECAS), University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK|
|9-13 October 2016||"'Nigeria is a Zoo': Historical Narratives and Reflections of Youth (1966-2015)" - 61st Annual Conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria|
|8 May 2019||
"Farmers - Pastoralists Crises I", Humboldt Kolleg, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria
|31 October - 1 November 2017||
"1st Faculty of Humanities International Conference on Migrations and Human Experiences in the 21st Century", Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Nigeria
Inaugural Proposal Writing Workshop Committee, Faculty of Humanities, Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Nigeria
Edeagu, Ngozi (forthcoming). Ígbo Women: Gender and Sexuality. In: A History and Culture of Igbo People from Earliest Times to the Present. C.J. Korieh and R.C. Njoku (ed./eds.). .
E. Uchendu & Edeagu, Ngozi (forthcoming). Introduction. In: Gender and Patriarchy in Africa: Discourses, Practices, and Policies. E. Uchendu & N. Edeagu (ed./eds.). .
Edeagu, Ngozi, O. Ezezika, J. Oh & W. Boyo (2018). Gamification of Nutrition: A Preliminary Study on the Impact of Gamification on Knowledge, Attitude, and Behavior of Adolescents in Nigeria. Nutrition and Health .
Edeagu, Ngozi (2017). Critiquing Witness Testimonies in African Colonial History: A Study of the Women’s War of 1929. Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria .
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