The conference seeks to examine inter-group relations in the last century in Nigeria. The focus areas include the following: Theoretical and conceptual questions on inter-group relations, political relations, economic linkages, social and cultural relations, intra/inter ethnic interactions, democratization and emerging trends in inter-group relations, and other related themes. Intended audience includes academia (especially historians, sociologists, political scientists, psychologists and interested civil society groups). The conference is slated for 8th - 11th June, 2005 at the Main Campus, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria. It is about 40 minutes drive from Abuja, the federal capital.
Secretary Conference Organizing Committee
Department of History
Nasarawa State University
P.M.B 1022, Keffi, Nigeria.
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