Associate Professor, Folklore, Ethnomusicology, and Intercultural Studies

Dr. Johnston Akuma-Kalu Njoku

Dr. Njoku is an Associate Professor of Folklore here at Western Kentucky University. My main areas of interest include the Nigerian Slave Routes and my work on the Freedom to Freedom Trails. I am also interested in folk music theory, folk ontology, folk aesthetics, folk music and spirituality, ethnic heritage, cultural diversity, and lifelong learning.

Nigerian Slave Routes Project From Freedom to Freedom Trail

Nigerian Slave Routes Project

My research is part of an ongoing project seeking to uncover aspects of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade in Africa.

From Freedom to Freedom Trail

The Cave Complex of Chukwu



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