Ebony-Joy Igbinoba-Aibe

SCAD Language Studio professor

Education

  • B.A., international affairs, Florida State University
  • M.A., international affairs, Florida State University
  • M.S., TESOL, Nova Southeastern University

Credentials

  • More than 10 years teaching English language at Georgia State University, Rosetta Stone, Telelangue and more
  • Has held intern positions with the U.S. Department of State, Panama Foreign Ministry, State of Florida Office of International Affairs and others

Organizations

International Studies Association

Publications and Presentations

  • "Breaking the Cycle of Violence in Congo and Liberia: Female Child Soldiers, Peace Education, and the Road to Rehabilitation," presented as part of "Violent Women, Violent Children, Violent Refugees: Overlooked and Underestimated Security Threats Today" at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, March 19, 2016
  • Discussant, "Critical Perspectives on African Security," at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana, 2015
  • Chair, "Quantitative Approaches to Religion and International Relations," at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana, 2015
  • Chair, presenter, "Women in Conflict: Agency and Human Security," at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana, 2015
  • "The Rise of Boko Haram and Human Security Issues That Women and Girls Face in Nigeria," presented as part of "Women in Conflict: Agency and Human Security" at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana, 2015
  • "The Role Women Play in Religious and Community Based Peacebuilding in Nigeria," presented as part of "Women, Activism and Peace" at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in Toronto, Ontario, 2014