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Dance and Identity Formation: A Comparative Study of Ugoamaka and Nkpokiti

Author: Nwafor Ofobuike
Department: Theartre Arts
Affiliation: Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka

Most African societies have indigenous performances that embody the cultural attributes of the people. Dance is one of these performances that are used to mark significant events in the community. 190 more words

Faculty Of Arts

Don't Pretend Like......You Know Me

Don’t pretend like……you know me, ‘cuz you really don’t, because all you see, if what I’m wearing, and, I’m still wearing a multitude of a WIDE variety of my masks, and yes, I can take them off, but, why the HECK even bother!!! 250 more words

The Self

Black Gold

I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
Wonderful are Your works, and my soul knows it very well. – Psalm 139.14, NASB… 1,270 more words


Education and Indoctrination

I wrote this essay about 13 years back and it is a part (Ch.5) of the well known SDPI report “The Subtle Subversion” where it appeared under the rather uninspiring title of  “Omissions that could have been rewarding”. 153 more words

Sometimes it takes heartache and disappointment to discover your true identity

As a 3rd Year University student of Physical Education with Geography, I have looked back on my time studying over seas and wondered what would have happened if I had never left. 479 more words

Everything Happens For A Reason

How do women preach?

With the majority of pulpits filled by men, how do women who are called to preach see themselves?  I don’t mean in a physical sense but in terms of vocation. 391 more words

Preaching Voice