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Chioma Vivian Ngonadi

Chioma Vivian Ngonadi

PhD student at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research


Biography:

2004-2007: BA in Archaeology, University of  Nigeria, Nsukka

2008-2010: MA in Archaeology, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

2015- Present: PhD in Archaeology University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Subject groups/Research projects

Supply Chains and Food Security:

Research Interests

The origin and development of farming in Lejja, southeastern Nigeria, c.3000BP

  • Archaeobotany
  • Pottery analysis
  • Subsistence
  • Landscape Archaeology
  • African Archaeology
  • Archaeology of Igboland
  • Gender studies

Key Publications

Ngonadi, C.V and Eze-Uzomaka P.I. Mwangia Pottery Tradition: Technical analysis and placement in East African cultural sequence. Journal of Research and Social Sciences 4.18 (2014) 91-97

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