Nnaemeka Emmanuel Enemchukwu
NNAEMEKA EMMANUEL ENEMCHUKWU, B.A., (Nigeria) is an emerging voice in global studies. He graduated summa cum laude from History and International Studies, University of Nigeria. His research interests include Africa-Asia Relations, Environmental Studies, BRIC Studies, Third World Economic History, Political Economy, Gender Studies and Social History. He was a recipient of the UNN-USA Alumni Scholarship Award in 2019. He received the prestigious Alexander von Humboldt, a German Research Institute, Certificate on Resource Wars in Nigeria. He was formerly the Coordinator of Double Edge Network.
Presently, Nnaemeka (M.A. in view) is an independent researcher and the Editor-in-Chief of Prometheus Scholars Series, a non-funded and non-profit research unit, for emerging scholars in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Some of his publications include: The Chain of Climate Change, Scarcity and Conflict in Global Politics (Lagos: Prometheus Scholar Series, 2019), Post-civil War Nigeria: Reconciliation or Vendetta? (Enugu: Prometheus Scholar Series, 2019), and Nigeria before 1800: A Short History of Family and Kinship (Lagos: Prometheus Scholar Series, 2019). He also a novelist, literary critic, social commentator, an artist and art dealer.