Bernard James Kangtau

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University of Jos Nigeria

Nigeria
Research Profile

My research interests include local and international conflicts, ethnic militias, security, poverty, and identity issues. I am currently working on a PhD proposal titled ''Militias, Violence and Society in Post colonial Africa: A comparative study of Darfur, Sudan and North central Nigeria''. The currency or topicality of the research aligned to the interest and purpose of your topic.

Nigeria
English

1) ''Historicising The Challenges of Anti-Corruption Agencies in Tackling Corruption in Nigeria, 1999-2013", In Humanity: Jos Journal of General Studies, Vol.6, No.1, 2013. Pp156-167
2) ''Re-examination of the September 2001 Crisis in Jos: The Transformation of the State and Deepening Alienation'' In Mandyeng: Journal of Central Nigeria Studies: A publication of the Department of History and International Studies University of Jos, Mid-Rains, 2014, Pp157-174
3) ''The Challenges of Rural Life on the Plateau: An Assessment of 'Operation Safe Haven' from 2001-20014'' In Bokkos Journal of Historical Studies: A publication of the Department of History and International Studies, Plateau State University, Bokkos (2015), Pp105-115
4) ''An Appraisal of Nigeria's Foreign policy under Olusegun Obasanjo Administration, 1999-2007'', In Keffi Journal of Historical Studies, Vol.1, No2, 2016. pp117-124
5) ''A narrative of the Religious Conflicts of 2002 and 2004 in Yelwa (Nshar), Goemailand'', In The Transformation of Central Nigeria: Essays in Honour of Toyin Falola, edited by Sati U. Fwatshak, 401-411. Austin, Texas; Pan African University press, 2017
6) Book Review: Arthur Marwick, The Nature Of History: Macmillan press Ltd, London, 1970 . In Mandyeng: Journal of Central Nigeria Studies: A publication of the Department of History and International Studies, University of Jos, Mid-Rains (2012), Pp161-164

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