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Annual Meeting

International Society for African Philosophy and Studies
ISAPS

“Political Unity and Sustainable Development in Africa:
The Intellectual Legacy of Kwame Nkrumah”

Programme of the
14th Annual Conference of ISAPS

Hosted By

The University of Cape Coast
Ghana

Sasakaawa Conference Centre
University of Cape Coast

March 31—April 4, 2008

Monday, 31 March 200810:00am – 5pm: Arrivals and Registration
Department of Classics and Philosophy, University of Cape Coast, Ghana
Tuesday, 1 April 2008

8:45am — 9:45am Opening Session

Raymond Osei (University of Cape Coast, Ghana): Opening remarks

Kola Abimbola, ISAPS President: Welcome remarks

Opening of the conference, with an address by Reverend Professor E.A.Obeng, The Vice Chancellor, University of Cape Coast Ghana

9:45am — 10:45am Keynote address
Moderator: Ferdinand Ike Odimegwu (Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria)

“Between Marxism and Theism: An Interpretation of Nkrumah’s Philosophy”
J.O. Oguejiofor
Professor of Philosophy
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria

10:45am — 12:45pm NKRUMAH’S CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONALISM& LIBERATION

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
|Moderator: Nkiru Nzegwu (Binghamton University, USA) |Moderator: Barry Hallen, (Morehouse College, USA) |
| | |
|Adeshina Afolayan (University of Ibadan, Nigeria),“Nkrumah’s Troubled |Emmanuel M. Ome, Black Power: A Critique of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s Philosophy|
|Ambivalence: Consciencism and the Dialectic of African Modernity” |of African Unity and Liberation. |
| | ||Nkiruka Ahiauzu (Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom), “Consciencism in|J.O. Famakinwa (Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria), “A Philosophical |
|Legal Theory?” |Examination of Kwame Nkrumah’s idea of Philosophy and Human Development in|
| |Africa”|
|Lawrence Bamikole (University of Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria), “Ideology and | |
|African Development: Nkrumah's Philosophical Consciencism Revisited” |Ferdinand Ike Odimegwu (Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria), “African |
||personality and Nationalism in Nkrumah’s Philosophy of African Liberation”|
|S. B. Oluwole (Lagos State University, Nigeria), “Kwame Nkrumah on African| |
|Unity” ||

12:45pm — 1:45pm Lunch

Tuesday, 1 April 2008

1:45pm—3:45pm PAN AFRICANISM, NATIONALISM & LIBERATION

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
|Moderator: Olufémi Taiwo (Seattle University, USA) |Moderator: Molara Ogundipe (Ashesi University College, Ghana) |
| ||
|Komakech Daniel (Gulu University, Uganda), “Othering and Identity as a |Cheikh Thiam (Linfield College, USA), “Borderless Spaces: Imagining |
|Logical Necessity in Constructing an Emancipative Politics and Political |a Pan-Negrist Nation Beyond the Limits of Africa” |
|System for Africa: An...
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