That Africa is at crossroads in an increasingly globalised world is indisputable. Equally indisputable is the fact that the Humanities as a broad field of intellection, research and learning in Africa appears to have been pigeonholed or at best given the ‘backseat’ in the development aspirations of many African countries.
• Evaluating cultural identities in 21st century Africa
•The Diaspora and African culture in the new millennium
•The Humanities and the question of security in 21st century Africa
•Environmental ethics and African culture
•The dynamics of intellectual culture in the 21st century
•Inter-disciplinary explorations and the dynamics of African culture
•Philosophy and the dynamics of African culture
•African youth and culture in the new millennium
•Literature and the dynamics of African culture
•Textual and textured representations of African culture
•Language and the dynamics of African culture
•History and the dynamics of African culture
•Theatre and the dynamics of African culture
•Cultural dynamics and the sustainable development in Niger Delta
•Media and communication and the dynamics of African culture
•African popular culture in the new millennium
•Gendered representations in African culture in the 21st century
•Religion and the dynamics of African culture
•Theoretical explorations of the dynamics of African culture
Submission of Abstracts and Papers
Contributions containing original articles but not limited to the sub themes/areas will be considered for oral presentation. Only papers whose abstracts have been formally accepted will be scheduled for presentation.
All conference submissions will be double blind peer-refereed by members of the Conference Review Committee. Selected papers will be published in book form by Amalion Publishing, Dakar, Senegal.
Abstracts should not be more than 250 words.
Abstracts should bear the name of author, affiliation, email address and phone numbers.
All papers should be in Times New Roman, 12-point font size, double spaced.
Reference style should be MLA 6th edition.
Abstracts as MS-word attachments should be sent simultaneously to firstname.lastname@example.org, Dr. Eunice
Conference registration fee for each participant is N 15,000/ US$100 and N 5,000/ US$35 for student participant. This is to be paid on acceptance of abstract to:
• Faculty of Arts International Conference Committee
• Fidelity Bank, Ekpoma, Edo State - Nigeria
• Account No: 6220058822
• Swift: FIDTNGLA
• Sort code: 070041251
The registration fee covers conference materials, tea breaks, board and lodging as well as publication of accepted paper.
Dr. Eunice Omonzejie - Chairman, Organising Committee Email:email@example.com Cellphone: +2348055516095
Osakue S. Omoera - Secretary, Organising Committee Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Cellphone: +2348035714679
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