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Vol-8 Issue-4
1. Nature Talk
2. Deprivation and Development in Tribal Areas
3. Human Diversity Study in Odisha: An Overview
4. The Saptapuri Ritual and the Folk-Beliefs in Orissa
5. Report On Skeletal Material Recovered From Golabai

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Dr. (Mrs) Bridget Inegbeboh
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Associate Professor of English and Head, Department Of English, Benson Idahosa University, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria
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Ph.D.
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Had primary and secondary education at C.M.S School, Akuku Akumazi (now Ekuoma) and Anglican Girls’ Grammar School, Ughelli.
For further studies; she proceeded to the College of Education Abraka; the University of Benin; Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma and the Nigerian Law School, Abuja.
From her sojourns in the citadels of learning, she now holds Nigerian Certificate in Education (French and English option), Bachelors of Arts in English and Law; Masters in English; Educational Administration; Law; a Certificate of Call to Nigerian Bar; and Doctorate in English and Literature.
Bridget Inegbeboh functions as a lawyer, linguist and dramatist, collector of folk tales, lecturer and poet.
  
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