Eunsook Chung Rev. Prof,
Euclid University

 

Areas of Expertise
Diplomacy, Indigenous People, International Affairs, International Law, Peace and Security, Peacebuilding, Peacekeeping, Post-conflict reconstruction and development, Transitional Justice, United Nations

Region of Focus
Sub-Saharan Africa

Background
Cajetan Ebuziem, a Roman Catholic Priest from Okigwe Diocese, Nigeria, is Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Theology and Interfaith Studies, EUCLID (Euclid University). He is also the University Chaplain and Associate Dean, College of Humanities at Gregory University, Uturu, Abia State, Nigeria where he lectures in Philosophy, Logic and Human Existence. He holds the following academic qualifications:
PDDE (Post-Doctoral Diploma in Education) from Imo State University, Owerri
Ph.D. (Interfaith Dialogue and Diplomacy) from Euclid University.
D. Min. (Practical Theology) from Catholic Theological Union, Chicago.
B.D (Sacred Theology) from Urban University, Rome.
B.Phil. (Philosophy) from Urban University, Rome.

Recent Publications

BOOKS:
Considering the Other Side: Interfaith Diplomacy in Nigeria.
Washington D.C.: Euclid University Press, 2018.

Doing Ministry in the Igbo Context: Towards an Emerging Model
and Method for the Church in Africa. New York,
Peter Lang Publishing Company, 2011.

JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS:

“Giving Peace a Chance in Nigeria: The Case for a Preventive Diplomacy.”
In International Journal of African and Asian Studies, IISTE.org, Vol 39, 71-79, 2017.

“The Collaborative Interplay of Culture and Tradition within an Igbo
Religious Context” (with Obi Desmond Obioma). In Kpakpando –
Journal of History and International Studies, Imo State University
Owerri, Nigeria. Vol. 1. No. 2. 177-195, October 2014.

“From Being a People to Being a Church: Towards a Corresponding Model
and Method of Ministry in the Igbo Church.” In Bigard Theological Studies
Vol.32 No.1, 34-51, January – June 2012.

“Women in Ministry in the 21St Century: The Nigerian Perspective.”
In The Kpim of Feminism: Issues and Women in a Changing World,
Studies in Philosophy, Culture and Development Empowerment,
Ed. George Uzoma Ukagha, Obioma Des Obi, and Iks J. Nwankwor,
438-450, Victoria, BC, Canada: Trafford Publishing, 2010.

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Updated February, 2019