BRIEF EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
Attended Yaounde University from 1987 to 1990 where I obtained a BA History Degree; did post graduate in UB where I acquired the MA History and Ph. D History degrees in 2007 and 2014 respectively.
RESEARCH INTEREST AREA
My area of interest is Social History with focus on conflict and peace studies, traditional administration, African traditional religious beliefs and practices, cultural studies, women and gender issues as well as citizenship education.
MASTER DESSERTATIONS SUPERVISED
None so far
PhD THESES SUPERVISED
None so far
“The Relevance of indigenous core Cultural Values to Decentralization in Cameroon: The Case of Traditional Chieftaincy,” in African Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 2, No 3: pp. 136-158 (2011)
“Farmer-Grazier Crises and Conflict Resolution in Menchum Division of the North West Province of Cameroon: Reflections from the Field,” in Journal of Applied Social Sciences, Vol 6, Nos 1&2: pp. 227-252, (2006)
Ngwoh Venantius Kum is a Senior Instructor of History with particular interest on Social History. He has done extensive and in-depth studies on socio-economic conflicts in the Bamenda Grassfields of Cameroon.
His on-going research is on a wide range of issues like conflict and peace, traditional governance, African traditional religious beliefs and practices, cultural studies, women and gender issues as well as citizenship education.
He is fairly bilingual.