12th December 2019
Cultural Calendar Seminar Series, College of Arts and Law, University of Birmigham
Paper Presentation: ‘The Calabar Festival: an expose of an African cultural mosaic’
4th Annual Lagos Conference of The Lagos Studies Association, Lagos, Nigeria, June 25-29, 2019: Panel Presentation: Digital Humanities Scholarship in Africa: Prospects and Challenges
Karl Popper for Africa international conference, Lagos, Nigeria, March 28 – 31, 2019: Panel Presentation: Karl Popper and Philip Kitcher’s View of Science and Technology: Implication for Scientific-Technological Culture in Africa
2nd Lagos Summer School in Digital Humanities, Lagos, Nigeria, Sept. 30 – Oct. 6, 2018: Panel Presentation: The Humanities and Computer Gnosis
2018 Biennial Conference of The Philosophers Association of Nigeria, Ondo, Nigeria, Nov. 14 -18, 2018: Panel Presentation: Using Computer and Digital Humanities Technologies to Teach Creative Thinking In Primary And Secondary Schools
1st National Conference on Inclusivity, Equality, and Diversity in University Education in Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria, September 11th-13th, 2017: Panel Presentations: 1. Advances and Anomalies of Virtual Reality Technology in Medicine; 2. Proposing ‘Anima Factoris’ Criterion: A Critique of Cardiac and Brain Death Criteria.
2nd Annual Lagos Conference of The Lagos Studies Association, Lagos, Nigeria, June 15-17, 2017: Panel Presentations: Strip Clubs in the Megacity of Lagos: A Scale of Balance between Individual Freedom and Common Good.
Nigerian Philosophical Association 2016 Biannual Conference, Uyo, Awka-Ibom, Nigeria, October 24 – 26, 2016: Panel Presentations: A Revisit of Heidegger and Anyiam Osigwe on Technology: Towards Criteria for a ‘Well-Ordered’ Technology in Africa.
The Inter-University Conference For Doctoral Studies on Collaborative Research, Lagos, Nigeria, July 18 -22, 2016: Panel Presentation: Philosophical Implication of Virtual Reality Technology in the Light of Heidegger’s Notion of the Essence of Technology.