ABASIATTAI, Prof Monday Benson

Born Sunday, March 12, 1939
in

Afaha Ikot Akpan Mkpe, Eket, Akwa Ibom State;

Prof.

ABASIATTAI

Monday

Benson

BA (Hons), Ph.D

Gender: Male
Marital Status
  • Married
Name of Spouse Affiong Sam Ekpoh (1967)
Father's Name
Father's Status N/A
Mother's Name
Mother's Status N/A
Profession Historian , University teacher
Working Experience
Previous Appointments:

Protocol Officer, Federal Ministry of External Affairs, Lagos, 1963;
Administrative Officer, Federal Ministry of Transport and Trade, 1967-69;
Lecturer, University of Lagos, 1969-73;
Assistant Professor of History, Howard University, Washington DC, USA, 1973-75;
Senior Lecturer, University of Calabar, 1975;
Reader in History, University of Calabar, 1980;

Member, Historical Society of Nigeria, since 1971;
Member, Liberian Studies Association, USA, since 1973;
Member, African Heritage Studies Association, USA, since 1973;
Associate of the National Archives of the USA, since 1973;
Member, Liberia Working Group, West Germany and member of its Editorial Board, since 1985;

Afaha Group School, Ikot Idem Udo, 1949; Mbieto Central School, Mbieto, 1950-52; Qua Iboe Mission Secondary School, 1953-57; Hope Waddell Training Institution, Calabar, 1958-59; University College, Ibadan,1960-67; The American University, Washington DC,1974 - 75
Tertiary
N/A

The Role of the Arts in Nation Building, (Editor, Calabar, MAP Publishers, 1987), Akwa Ibom;
Cross River States: The Land, The People and Their Culture, (Editor, Calabar, Wusen Press, 1987);

football, reading, mathematics

House QC 19, Staff Village, University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State.

(087) 222855, extension 39
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