San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The 3rd Annual Igbo Conference - Igbo Heritage: Production, Diffusion and Legacy
The theme of the third annual Igbo Conference is ‘Igbo Heritage’, which focuses on the contributions of Igbo culture and heritage to the political and cultural production in Igboland and abroad. The two day conference will comprise of plenary panels, Igbo cultural performances and workshops.
The annual conference’s aim is to encourage and promote Igbo Studies in the UK. Whilst there are limited Igbo Language and Cultural studies available in British Universities, the annual Igbo Language Conference seeks to provide a forum for intellectual and cultural exchange between scholars, students and members of the community.
For the conference schedule, please visit www.igboconference.com/schedule
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
ID's are only required if you have bought student tickets. A Valid Student ID is required to
validate the student tickets bought.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There are minimal parking spaces available. The nearest underground station is Russell Square and
there is an excellent network of buses around the area.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
You can contact the organiser via the contact form below, or from the conference website at
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
The ticket is not transferrable
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes you do have to bring your printed ticket.
Can I bring my children to the conference?
Unfortunately, we do not yet have facilities to accomodate children at our conferences.
Does My ticket include feeding?
Yes, Feeding is included in the ticket price
I do not have a Paypal account. Can I still Pay?
Yes you can pay for your ticklet with or without a paypal account
When & Where
Igbo Conference at SOAS, University of London
The annual Igbo conference aims to promote the study of Igbo language and culture within the UK, and seeks to bring academics and members of the Igbo community together for the purpose of knowledge sharing and exchange.
The ultimate goal of the Igbo conference organisers is to eventually establish an Igbo Centre in London which will act as a hub for anyone interested in research in the field of Igbo Studies (through a library, archives and study space), as well as providing a resource for members of the public to learn more about Igbo culture (through artifacts and interactive resources).
Information about the conference can be found at www.igboconference.com and https://www.soas.ac.uk/cas/events/conferences/igbo-conference/