|Residence||Croton Falls, NY, USA|
|Educational background||PhD (1987), ThL (1985) in Theological anthropology from Pontificia Facultas Theologica, Teresianum, Rome. B.Th (1978) in Theology and Anthropology from Pontificia Universitas Urbanianum, Rome. BPhil (1974) Bigard Memorial Seminary, Enugu, Nigeria.|
|Present position||Assistant professor.
Teaches: World Religions, Monotheist religions, African history.
|Employer||Mercy College. Civic & Cultural Studies Dept. NY, USA.|
|Research interests||Religion and Social Science. Nigerian Immigrant communities in New York.|
|Conferences, competitions...||Various conferences in African Studies.
Recent presentations: Nigerian Church Organizations in New York: Carriers and Keepers of National Culture; Christian Perspective on Violence of Terrorism: Justice, vengeance, in the wake of September 11 terrorist attack.
|Professional affiliation||American Academy of Religion.
African Studies Association.
Igbo Studies Association.
New York African Studies Association.
|Publications||several books and articles on religion, cultural anthropology and politics.|
|Excerpts from publications||N/A|
|Case study for the summer course||N/A|
|Statement of interest||N/A|
|Plans for the future||planning a book on Islam and International politics|
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