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    Topic: Igbo Scholars and the Making of the New African Intellectual Tradition -- Prof K. O. Dike in Perspective

    The post-World War II period in Africa was accompanied by a new intellectual revolution in which a distinguished scholar of Igbo extraction, Professor Kenneth Onwuka Dike, was in the vanguard. The emergent transformation was most evident in African studies, especially in the realm of African historical consciousness, African historical thought, and African historical methodologies.

    The 19th Annual International Conference of the Igbo Studies Association (ISA)
    Dominican University, River Forest, Chicago, Illinois, USA

    May 12-14, 2022

    Theme: Onye Aghana Nwanne Ya (Everyone Counts)

    The Igbo Studies Association (ISA) invites submissions from scholars and professionals working on all aspects of studies on the Igbo of south-eastern Nigeria for its 19th Annual International Conference. The conference will be held from Thursday, May 12 to Saturday, May 14, 2022, at Dominican University, Chicago, USA.


    Your ISA membership must be renewed annually in order to remain active.

    • Regular Member (Renewal) - $50
    • Student Member (Renewal) - $30
    • Regular Member (New) - $75
    • Student Member (New) - $55
    • Life Member - $1000


    • Regular Member - $100
    • Regular Africa – $70
    • Student Member - $50
    • Life Member - $100
    • Non-Member - $120


    The Director,
    Igbo Studies Association Secretariat & Center for Igbo Studies
    Fine Arts Building, Room # 321
    Dominican University
    7900 W. Division Street
    River Forest, IL 60305 USA
    Telephone: (708) 488-5302