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Publications

    • BOOKS
    • Islam in the Niger Delta, 1890-2017: A Synthesis of the Accounts of Indigenes and Migrants. Berlin: Klaus Schwarz, 2018).
    • Dawn for Islam in Eastern Nigeria: A History of the arrival of Islam in Igboland. Berlin: Klaus-Schwarz Publishers, 2011/ Special Nigerian edition, 2012.
    • Women and Conflict in the Nigerian Civil War. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press, 2007.
    • EDITED BOOKS
    • With Dan Chukwu, Sylvanus Okoro and Justin Nkem-Onyekpe (eds.), Studies in Igbo History. Enugu: Nolix Educational Publications, 2016.
    • With Pat Uche Okpoko (ed.), Enhancing Research Capacity. Nsukka: University of Nigeria Press, 2016.
    • New Face of Islam in Eastern Nigeria and the Lake Chad Basin: Essays in Honour of Simon Ottenberg. Makurdi: Aboki Publishers, 2012.
    • With P. U Okpoko and Anugwom, E. (eds.), Perspectives on Leadership in Africa. Nsukka: Afro Orbis, 2010.
    • Uchendu, E. (ed.), Masculinities in Contemporary Africa. Dakar: CODESRIA, 2008.
    • JOURNAL ARTICLES
    • “Doğu Nijerya’da İslam, İstikrar ve Güvenlik,” Yeni Türkiye, 23, 97 (2017): 388-401.
    • With Chukwuemeka C. Agbo, “Profit and Profit-Making among Onitsha Market Traders,” Journal of Third World Studies 33, no. 2 (Fall 2015): 108-135.
    • “Security and Development in North Africa until the Arab Spring: Implications for Nigeria’s Defence Industry,” Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria 24 (2015): 124-159.
    • With Chukwuemeka C. Agbo, “Continuity and Change in the Traditional Burial Culture of Postcolonial Onitsha, Anambra State,” Nigerian Heritage: Journal of the National Commission for Museums and Monuments 20 (2014): 9-25.
    • “Godknows B. Igali, Perspectives on Nation-State Formation in Contemporary Africa (Bloomington, Indiana: Trafford Publishing, 2014), 310 pages, $19.52”, Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria 23 (2014).
    • “Negotiating Relationships in a Mixed Religious Society: Islam in Southeast Nigeria,” Journal of Third Word Studies 28, no. 2 (2011).
    • “Being Igbo and Muslim: The Igbo of South-eastern Nigeria and Conversions to Islam, 1930s to Recent Times,” Journal of African History 51, no. 1 (2010).
    • “Evidence for Islam in Southeast Nigeria,” The Social Science Journal (Elsevier) 47, no. 1 (2010).
    • “Historical Patterns of Child Treatment in Nigeria: A Perspective,” Benue Valley Journal of Humanities 9, 1 & 2 (2009).
    • “Female Political Participation in the 2003 Elections in Nigeria,” Asian Women 24, no. 1(2008).
    • “Reflections on Islam in Yorubaland,” Nsukka Journal of the Humanities 17 (2008).
    • “Recollections of childhood memories on the Nigerian Civil War,” Africa 77, 3 (2007).
    • “Masculinity and Nigerian Youths,” Nordic Journal of African Studies 16, 2 (2007).
    • “Gender and Female Chieftaincy in Anioma,” Asian Women 22, 2 (2006).
    • “Teaching in a Nigerian University,” Nigerian Heritage 14 (2005).
    • “Girls lives in Anioma,” Asian Women 19 (Winter 2004.
    • “Religion and Nation-building,” Nigerian Heritage, 13 (2004).
    • “Culture: The Obstacle to active Female Participation in Governance among the Igbo of Nigeria,” Asian Women (Special Issue on African Women) 15 (2002).
    • “Rating of slaves in the West Niger Igbo area in the 19th century,” Nsukka Journal of the Humanities 12 (2002).
    • CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
    • With Zara Kwaghe, “Challenges of Writing African Women’s Histories,” in O. Yacob-Haliso and T. Falola (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of African Women’s Studies. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-77030-7_8-1.
    • With Chinonye Ekwueme-Ugwu, “On Postcolonial Literature: Ideological and Generational Shifts South of the Sahara” in Jeremiah J. Garsha (ed.), Critical Insights Postcolonial Literature. Ipswish, Massachusetts: Salem Press, 2017, xv-xxx.
    • “Gender and the Construction of the Nigeria-Biafra War Scholarship,” T. Falola and O. Ezekwem (eds.), Writing the Nigeria Biafra War. Rochester, NY: Boydell & Brewer, 2016.
    • “How to Assess Fellowship and Grant Opportunities,” Pat Uche Okpoko and Egodi Uchendu (eds.), Enhancing Research Capacity. Nsukka: University of Nigeria Press, 2016.
    • “Integrating ICT in the Faculty Classroom” in Rebuilding Faculty Image. Nsukka: Great A. P. Express Ltd, 2014, 34-40.
    • “Introduction” in Uchendu, E. New Face of Islam in Eastern Nigeria and the Lake Chad Basin: Essays in Honour of Simon Ottenberg. Makurdi: Aboki Publishers, 2012.
    • “Conflict and Islam in the Eastern Niger Delta” in Uchendu, E. New Face of Islam in Eastern Nigeria and the Lake Chad Basin: Essays in Honour of Simon Ottenberg. Makurdi: Aboki Publishers, 2012.
    • With Okpoko , P. U. and Anugwom, E. “Discourse on African Leadership,” in E. Uchendu, Okpoko , P. U. and Anugwom, E. (eds.) Perspectives on Leadership in Africa. Nsukka: Afro Orbis, 2010.
    • “Are African Males men? Sketching African masculinities,” in Uchendu, E. (ed.) Masculinities in Contemporary Africa. Dakar: CODESRIA, 2008.
    • “Woman-woman Marriage in Igboland,” in Azodo, A. U. and Eke, M. N. (eds.) Critical Essays on Gender and Sexuality in African Literature and Film. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press, 2006.
    • “Women, Power, and, Political Institution in Igboland,” in Ogundira, A. (ed.) Precolonial Nigeria. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press, 2005.
    • With Nkiru Awachie, “Labeling female academics in a University,” in Erinosho, L. (ed.) Ethics in Higher Education in Nigeria. Abuja: S.S.A.N., 2004.
    • “The growth of Anioma cities,” in Falola, T. and Salm, J. (eds.) Nigerian Cities. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press, 2003.
    • “Women in Anioma and the Nigerian Civil War,” in Falola, T. (ed.) Nigeria in the Twentieth Century. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, 2002.
    • “The last passage rite and women in Anioma,” in Falola, T. (ed.) Nigeria in the Twentieth Century. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, 2002.
    • COMMISSIONED PAPERS
    • “Involvement of Nigerian Security Services in the Electoral Process” (For Transparency International), 2019.
    • “De-masculinising Development and Democracy in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities” (For the Council for Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar, 2006.
    • “Towards an Understanding of Changing Masculinities for Gender Research in Africa.” (For the Council for Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar, 2005.
    • “Masculinities in Contemporary Africa”, Director’s Report on the 2005 CODESRIA Gender Institute,13th June – 8th July 2005.

WEB PUBLICATIONS
‘‘Critical Evaluation of Nigeria’s Historiographical Tradition”, https://unn-ng.academia.edu/egodiuchendu (2012).
“Islam, Stability and Security in Eastern Nigeria.”  https://unn-ng.academia.edu/egodiuchendu (2016).

PEER REVIEWS OF MY WORK
Felix K. Ekechi, “Egodi Uchendu, Women and Conflict in the Nigerian Civil War. Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press, 2007, xviii + 307 pp. Photographs, Maps, Appendixes, Notes, Bibliography, Index. $24.95.” In African Studies Review 51, 2 (2008): 182-183. Available on Project MUSE. Web. 27 Dec. 2011. http://muse.jhu.edu/

Josip Matestic, “Dawn for Islam in Eastern Nigeria: A History of the Arrival of Islam in Igboland by Egodi Uchendu. Klaus Schwarz Publishers, 2011, 284 pages. ISBN: 978-3879973835, Paperback, €45.00.” In Journal of History and Cultures 1 (2012): 72-73.

Philipp Bruchmayr, “Uchendu, Egodi (2011): Dawn for Islam in Eastern Nigeria. A History of the Arrival of Islam in Igboland. — Klaus Schwarz Verlag: Berlin, 283 S.” In Davo 2013, 100-101.

Françoise Ugochukwu, “UCHENDU Egodi, Women and Conflict in the Nigerian Civil War, Trenton (USA), Africa World Press 2007, 307p. ISBN 1-59221-473-8.” http://www.academia.edu/20186876/UCHENDU_E._Women_and_conflict_in_the_Nigerian_Civil_War_Trenton_Africa_World_Press_307p._Review.

INTERVIEWS

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/05/experts-advocate-urgent-constitutional-review-making-in-nigeria/ , 13 May 2019.

• https://guardian.ng/features/humboldt-fellows-call-for-regreening-of-northern-nigeria-to-curb-resource-wars/, 23 May 2019.

• “Abunda yasa nake gudanar da binciken kan musulunci -Professor Egodi Uchendu” (translation: “Why I Am Studying Muslims and Islam”), in Aminiya, [Daily Trust Hausa vernacular newspaper], 10 June 2016.

• “Women and Democracy in Nigeria”, Cross River Broadcasting Corporation 105.5 Paradise FM Station, Calabar, Special Programme to Mark 2016 Democracy Day, 30 May 2016.

• Nigeria’s Defence policy long overdue for review – GOC 82 Division, DailyPost Nigeria, 25 January 2015.

• http://www.africanexaminer.com/review-of-nigerias-national-defence-policy-long-overdue-says-82-division-goc/, African Examiner, 23 January 2015.