Dr. Chima Korieh, PhD
Gender and Resistance: Recasting the Myth of the Invisible Woman in Colonial Eastern Nigeria, 1925 - 1945. The Jacob Jemeson Lecture Series. The program is also sponsored by the U.S. Ethnic Studies Program and the College's History Department, Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York, March 19 2002.
“"Framing Protests: Women, Culture and Peasant Intellectual Protests in Colonial Nigeria.” Featured Speaker, Phi Alpha Theta Biannual Initiation Ceremony, Central Michigan University, 6 November, 2003.
Race and the History of South Africa" Featured Speaker at the exhibition Images of Human Rights: South African Artists Prints, Central Michigan University, 23 March 2004.
Guest Speaker, "Africa in World History," Presented at Power Middle School, Farmington Hills, Michigan, 23, April, 2004.
African Studies: The State of the Disciple. Keynote Speaker, at the Conference African Studies: Paradigms, African Studies, Program, Grand Valley State University, Michigan, 7-9 October, 2004.
"Igbo Political Economy: Historical Perspectives, paper presented at the first ethnic political history series symposium, at the Center for African Studies, Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio, March 19, 2005.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Convener: Workshop "Africa and New Identities, University of Adelaide, Australia, 2000.
Convener, with Femi Kolapo "Conference on Nineteenth Century Post-abolition Commerce and the Communities of the Lower Niger Basin (Nigeria)," Imo State University. Co-hosted by Central Michigan University, Michigan USA, University of Guelph, Canada and Imo State University, Nigeria, June 11-12, 2004.