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  • Area of Specialization: Dance, Choreography, Carnival Studies, Performance Studies, Arts and Culture.
  • Department of Theatre Arts

  • A thespian who is passionate about the propagation, promotion and preservation of our cultural heritage through dance and other theatrical activities. A highly motivated individual, hard working, objective, detribalized, flexible and easily adaptable to elemental and existential circumstances.
    My Publications
  1. J.A ODUNZE , A ASIGBO (2022) History, Administration and Challenges of the Delta State Council for Arts and Culture, Nigeria, AJHSSR Vol.6 Pages: 40 - 46

  2. J.A ODUNZE , A ASIGBO (2022) Towards a Synergy Between Dance Pedagogy and Praxis for National Development, ShodhKosh: Journal of Visual and Performing Arts, Granthaalayah Publications and Printers Vol.3.1 Pages: 1 - 6

  3. J.A ODUNZE (2021) Wedlock of the gods” ( Full Length) by Zulu Sofola, Producer and Director, Abraka
    Vol. Pages: practical work

  4. J.A ODUNZE (2021) Semiotics of Indigenous Anioma Dances of Southern Nigeria, 2021, Vol. 25, IJCRH, University of Cape Coast Vol.25 Pages: 361 – 380

  5. J.A ODUNZE (2021) Dance and It’s Potentials : Implications and Challenges of the Calabar Carnival of Southern Nigeria, IRHS, Universitas Indonesia Vol.6.2 Pages: 697 -707

  6. J.A ODUNZE (2021) “The Existential Absurdity in Tommy Wirkola’s What Happened to Monday” .1, NNU EJIJE : A Journal of Theatre and Media Studies , Ndufu Alike
    Vol.3 Pages: 1 - 8

  7. Odunze, Josephine Awele. (2021) Dance as Cultural Diplomacy., Abraka Studies in African Arts / Malthouse Publishers, Lagos.
    Vol.10: No. 1 Pages: 79 - 93

  8. Josephine Awele Odunze (2020) Dance and Identity in a Multi-Cultural Environment : Delta State Council for Arts and Culture a Case Study, Nigerian Theatre Journal
    Vol.20 Pages: 96 - 107

  9. Odunze, Josephine Awele. (2015) Dance as Vehicle for Promoting Nigeria’s Cultural Diplomacy: The Nollywood Experience Ayakoroma, B. F., and Akoh, A. D. , Repositioning Nollywood for the Promotion of Nigeria’s Cultural Diplomacy & National Security/ Kraft Books Ltd, Ibadan
      Vol.  Pages: 584-594