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Staff Name: Dr Harriet O. Efanodor-obeten
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Department: Student Affairs Unit
Position: Senior Lecturer
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Harriet Omokiniovo Efanodor-Obeten, Ph.D. is a lecturer in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Edo University Iyamho, Edo State, Nigeria. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Degree in Political Science, Master of Science (M.Sc.) Degree in Political Science with specialization in International Relations, a Bachelor of Art (B.A) Degree in History and International Studies from the Delta State University, Abraka and A Postgraduate Dipolma in Education (PGDE) from the University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.
Dr. Efanodor-Obeten Harriet is an Alumni of the Next Generation Social Science in Africa Programme of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), Brooklyn, New York, United States of America. She is a registered member of National Political Science Association (NPSA). She is also an associate member of the Society for Peace Studies and Practice (SPSP). She was a junior research member of International Development Research Centre (IDRC) funded research team for Amnesties for Peace in the Niger Delta led by Professor Augustine Ikelegbe (University of Benin and Centre for Population and Environmental Development - CPED). She is a recipient of the 2007 Ondo State Honours Award as an outstanding National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) member and the 2016 Carnegie Fund for Conference Attendance Award.
Dr. Efanodor-Obeten research interest focuses on Gender and development studies, politics, International Relations, Peace and Conflict studies. She teaches Introduction to political science, African politics, International relations, Political analysis, Nigerian government and politics at the undergraduate level. She is dedicated and enthusiastic about providing quality research as such have written several articles that have been published in reputable national and international peer-reviewed journals. In order to achieve her career goal of advancing the frontiers of learning and break new grounds through research and the dissemination of knowledge, she has attended several local and international conferences with papers presented.
A. PERSONAL DATA
Name: EFANODOR-OBETEN, Omokiniovo Harriet
Present Status: Lecturer II
Date of Birth: 5th August, 1982
Place of Birth: Abraka, Delta State
State of Origin: Delta State
Marital Status Married
Number of Children: Nil
Current Address: Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Faculty of Arts, Social and Management. Edo University, Iyamho. Km 7 Auchi-Abuja road. P.M.B 004 Edo State.
Permanent Home Address: No 12 Omom street, behind Guinness brewery Ikpoba hill Benin City, Edo state.
Phone Number: 08039430181
Area(s) of Research Interest: International Relations; Politics, Gender Studies and Development Studies
Date of First Appointment: 18th April, 2016
Date of Last Promotion: Nil
B SCHOOLS ATTENDED QUALIFICATION DATES
Delta State University Ph.D – Political Science 2016
Delta State University M.Sc. Political Science 2011
University of Port Harcourt Postgraduate Diploma in Education 2014
Delta State University B.A History and International Studies 2006
Excel group of schools,
Ikpoba hill Benin city O/L W.A.S.C 1999
New Haven Primary School I
Enugu. F.S.L.C 1992
C. SCHOLARSHIP, FELLOWSHIP, AWARDS AND RECOGNTIONS
Ondo State Honours Award (N.Y.SC) 2007
Delta State Postgraduate Scholarship (Ph.D) 2011
Next Generation Social Science in Africa,
Research Dissertation Fellowship 2015-2016
Award by Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A to support my Ph.D thesis on Impact of Globalisation Policies on Women in Rural Communities of Nigeria.
Next Generation Social Science in Africa Travel Grant 2015
Awarded by Social Science Research Council (SSRC) to support the attendance of International Postgraduate conference organized by History Departments of the University of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania and Warwick on Changing Land Use, Resource Conflicts and Environmental Implications on African Landscapes. August 10th to 11th 2015 held at the University of Dar es Salaam.
Carnegie Fund for Conference Attendance Award 2016
Awarded by Carnegie Corporation of New York to support the attendance of 2016 Africa Conference on Creativity, Culture and Identity in Africa and the African Diaspora.
Edo University Letter of commendation 2017
Recommended for active participation in the pedagogy workshop organised by Edo University management for all academic staff held from 9th-11th January, 2017.
D. WORK HISTORY/EXPERIENCE
Edo University 2016- Date
Job Scope: Teaching and Research
Position: lecturer II 2016- date
Pol 111: Introduction to Political Science
Pol 121: Introduction to African Politics
Pol 212: Nigerian Government and Politics
Pol 214: Introduction to Political Analysis
Pol 222: Introduction to International Relations
Pol 224: Introduction to Comparative Politics
ISD 111: Introduction to International Studies
ISD 113: History of Europe from 1300-1914
ISD 121: Evolution of Contemporary International System
ISD 122: Diplomacy in Pre-Colonial Africa
E. ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS
General Studies Coordinator - 2016 till date
Assistant Coordinator of Student Affairs Unit - 2016 till date
Lecturer-In-Charge Department of Political Science and Public Administration September 2016 till date.
F. SERVICE TO OTHER UNIVERSITY, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL BODY NIL
1. Etemike Laz and Efanodor Harriet (2010) “The Changing Role of Nigerian Women in a Globalizing World”. In Okoli,F.C, Okeke, V.O.S, Okoye, I.K, Ojukwu,U.G (eds) Gender Studies: A Reader.Nsukka-Nigeria: Great AP Express Publishers LTD.
1. Etemike, Laz and Efanodor, O Harriet (2009) “Democratization and Women in Africa: The Nigerian Experience” in State and Society, 1(1): 253-260.
2. Efanodor, O Harriet and Ariye, E Charles (2010) “Politics and Women Empowerment in Nigeria. The International Journal of Social and Policy issues. 7 (2): 8-18.
3. Efanodor, O Harriet (2011) “Gender Politics and Democratization in Nigeria: A study of the Impact of Globalization on Nigeria’s Fourth Republic”. The Journal of Social Policy and Society. 6 (1): 31-36.
4. Efanodor, O Harriet (2012) “Contemporary Challenges to State Sovereignty: The Flawed Idea of a Waning Sovereignty”. Journal of Law and Diplomacy, 9(1): 1-10.
5. Efanodor, O Harriet and Afe Julius (2012) “Contemporary Globalization and State System: The Nigerian Example”. African Journal of Social Policy and Administration, 5(1):1-7.
6. Efanodor, O. H (2013) “Africa and Sustainable Development in Age of Globalization: A New Wine in an Old Wine Skin”. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 15(2):11-26. Clarion University of Pennsylvania. (www.jsd-africa.com) Abstracted/Indexed in CABI Database(CAB Abstract), Columbia university libraries-Electronic Resource (Database) and International Bibliography of Periodical Literature:IBZ.
7. Efanodor, O.H (2015) “Liberalisation of Oil Exploration: Land Grab and the Travail of Women in Rural Communities of Delta State, Nigeria”. In Ewhrudjakpor, Atubi and Etemike (Eds) Oil Theft, Environmental Degradation and the Reciprocal Responsibilities of Host Communities and the Government in Nigeria: A Book of Readings. Abraka, Delta State: Grace Communication International. Pp 57-67
8. Clark, V. E and Efanodor, O.H (2015) “Land Grab as Developmental Strategy: Privatisation of Land and Women in Rural Communities of Kwara State, Nigeria”. Journal of Social and Management Science. 10(1): 138-149. Abraka, Delta State: Grace Communication International.
9. Laz Etemike and Omokiniovo Harriet Efanodor, (2015) “Contemporary Globalisation and the Rural Economy in Nigeria”. America International Journal of Social Science. Vol 4, Nos 3:14-27. Center for Promoting Ideas, U.S.A. www.aijssnet.com Index in DRJI ( Directory of Reseach Journal Indexing.
10. Harriet Omokiniovo Efanodor (2016) “Large Scale Land Deals And Women In Rural Communities In Nigeria: Paradox Of A Developmental Paradigm”. Research in Social Change. Number 8, issue 1 pp 20-45. School of Advanced Social Studies, Nova Goria, Slovenia. www.fuds.si/en/publishing Index and abstracted in Applied Social Sciences index (ASSI) and CSA Sociological Abstract
11. Efebah Vincent and Harriet Omokiniovo Efanodor, (2016) “Boko Haram Insurgency and Its Impact on Nigeria’s External Image”. Research and Discussion, 9(1-3):308-345. School of Advanced Social Studies, Nova Goria, Slovenia. http://www.fuds.si/sl/raziskare-razprave. Index and abstracted in COBISS and PROQUEST.
Accepted Papers for Publications with dates
1. “Gender and Politics in Nigeria” accepted to be published in a Book of Reading in Political Science Vol 1. Edited by Etemike Laz, Ejumudo, Oromareghake and Adeogun. Publisher Allen publication Benin city.
2. “The Dynamics of Gender Relations in the family: a study of the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria”. Accepted to be published in a commissioned book titled Gendered role of women in Nigeria’s Niger Delta Region edited by Oluwatoyin, Ekpootu and Adeleye.
3. “Developmental Strategies and Cultural Dynamics in Rural Nigeria”. Accepted to be published in a book titled Africa and the World: Challenges of Globalisation, Governance and Creativity. Edited by Kenneth Kalu and Toyin Falola.
4. “Book review” co-authored accepted to be published in a a book titled Political Inquiry and Research Methodology edited by Nwanolue, Ezeibe, Aniche and Iwuoha.
Women in Politics in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic 1999-2004 (B.A Project, 2004)
The Impact of Globalization on Nigerian Women Participation in Politics: 1999-2007. (M.Sc. Dissertation, 2009)
Resource Availability and its Implication on the Administration of Public Schools in Delta Central Senatorial District. (PGDE Dissertation, 2013)
Impact of Contemporary Globalization Policies on Women in Rural Communities of Delta, Kano and Kwara States, Nigeria. (Ph.D Thesis, 2015) With Research Dissertation Fellowship from Social Science Research Council’s Next Generation Social Science in Africa, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
G. WORKSHOP/SEMINAR/CONFERENCE PAPER
H. CONFERENCES ATTENDED
“Liberalisation of Oil Exploration: Land Grab and the Travail of Women in Rural Communities of Delta State, Nigeria”. Paper presented at the Fifth Annual International Conference of Faculty of Social Science, Delta State University, Abraka on Oil Theft, Environmental Degradation and the Reciprocal Responsibilities of Host Communities and the Government organized by the Faculty of Social Science, Delta State University November, 2014
“Large Scale Land Deals and Women in Rural Communities in Nigeria; Paradox of A Developmental Paradigm”. Paper presented at International Postgraduate conference organized by History Departments of the University of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania and Warwick on Changing Land Use, Resource Conflicts and Environmental Implications on African Landscapes. August 10th to 11th 2015 held at the University of Dar es Salaam.
“Developmental Strategies and Cultural Dynamics in Rural Communities of Delta and Kano States, Nigeria”. Paper presented at the 2016 Annual Africa Conference on Culture, Creativity and Identity in Africa and the Africa Diaspora held at the University of Texas, Austin U.S.A from March 24th-27th 2016.
10th International Conference and General Assembly of Society for Peace Studies and Practice on Curbing Corruption and Building Sustainable Peace organized by Society for Peace Studies and Practice held at Grand Hotel, Asaba, Delta State from August 15th – 17th 2016.
Capacity building training workshop on Research Method and Data Collection Process organised by Centre for Population and Environmental Development (CPED) from 4th-5th May 2014 held in Benin City, Nigeria.
Next Generation of Social Sciences in Africa workshop that convened from July 21-16 2014. The workshop was held in the institute of Africa studies at the University of Legion Accra Ghana.
Capacity building training workshop on peace and conflict studies organized by Society for Peace Studies and Practice (SPSP) from 27TH – 29TH October 2014 held in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria.
Pedagogy workshop organised by Edo University management for all academic staff held from 9th-11th January, 2017.
Advanced Digital Appreciation Programme for Territary Institution (ADAPTI) workshop organized by Digital Bridge Institute held at Edo University, Iyamho from June 12th-16th, 2017.
Prof. Etemike laz
Department of Political Science
Novena University, Ogume
Prof. A. Otite
Department of Political Science
Delta State University, Abraka
Prof. M. A. Okhakhu
Department of Theatre Art and Mass Communication
University of Benin
Benin City, Edo State.
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