Joined Virginia Tech: 2009
|Bachelor's||University of Calabar, Nigeria|
|Master's||Cambridge University, U.K.|
|Doctorate||University of Edinburgh, U.K.|
2011 ‘Africana Contributions to Science and Technology’, Month-long Black History Month exhibitions in four local libraries (including one middle school and one high school), funded by the National Council For Black Studies community engagement grant of $2,500 with matching grant from campus sources.
2010 ISCET grant for NIH Pre-Proposal activities - $10,000.
2008 Principal Investigator, Shouters and the Control-Freak Empire’, Campus Research and Publication Fund Grant, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago.
2007: The Causes of Crime in the Country, Region and Globally, Government of Trinidad and Tobago.
2003-2006: Collaboration on Hypertension to Reduce Disparities with the University of Pennsylvania and Dickinson College Colleagues, Cheyney University ($4m)
2003: The British Academy Conference Grant for International Workshop on First World Criminology in the Third World, Keele University, England, May 9.
2002: Summer Fellowship by the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute of African American Studies, Harvard University, on Counter Colonial Criminology.
2001: IUP USRC Fellowship Grant, Summer 2001 on Counter Colonial Criminology: A Critique of Imperialist Reason (see forthcoming publication above).
1999: Evaluator, Youth for Justice Program, Youth Justice Board of England and the Community Advice Project of the Society of Black Lawyers, London.
2012. Bernard, April and Onwubiko Agozino, “ Free Space and Inner Space: On a Place for Restructuring Self and Other,” The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.5, no.6, September, pp. 56-74.
2012 David Greenberg and Biko Agozino ‘Executions, Imprisonment and Crime in Trinidad and Tobago’, in British Journal of Criminology, 52, 113–140.
2012 ‘Editorial: Press Release: African Criminology and Justice Association Policy Proposal on Black Unemployment’ African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies, Vol.5, Nos 1 and 2.
2011 ‘The Revolutionary Sociology of C.L.R. James: An Interview with Manning Marable’, in Transition: An International Review, No. 106, A127-A138.
2011. Malisa Burgess and Biko Agozino, ‘A Review of Africana Methodologies from Molefi Kete Asante, Terry Kershaw and Ama Mazama: The Africana Paradigm We Need to Embrace’ in The Western Journal of Black Studies, 35, 1, 2011.
2010 ‘When I was Born’ in CONTEXT: Journal of Social & Cultural Studies, Volume 13, Number 1, March 2010, Pp 106 - 112.
2010 The Debt Penalty: A Play, Awgu, Omala Media, www.lulu.com
2010. Editorial: What is Criminology? A Control-Freak Discipline! In African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies, Vol. 4 No. 1.
2010. ‘Ogbunigwe Bekee Gbulu Umu Igbo Ha Gbalu Ohu’ in Ndigbo Journal, 2, 21:24-28.
2010: ‘The Androgogy of the Privileged: A Reassessment of the Pedagogy of the Oppressed’ in Peter Doolittle, ed., Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy Proceedings, Blacksburg, CIDER.
2009. Agozino, Biko; Bowling, Ben; Ward, Elizabeth; St Bernard, Godfrey 2009. “Guns, crime and social order in the West Indies,” Criminology & Criminal Justice, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 287-305.
2009. with Stella Lucia Volpe. "Health Inequalities in Correctional Institutions: Implications for Health Inequalities in the Community." Journal of Correctional Health Care, July 25.
2008: with Unyierie Idem, ‘The Militarization of Nigerian Society’ in V. Saleh-Hannah, Colonial Systems of Control: Criminal Justice in Nigeria, Ottawa, University of Ottawa Press, pp69-120; a republication of our 2001 monograph The Democratisation of a Militarised Civil Society, London, Centre for Democracy and Development.
2007 ‘The Intrusive Traits of Victor Chikezie Uchendu’ in Dialectical Anthropology, Volume 31, Numbers 1-3 / November.
2007 with Ike Anyanike, ‘Imu Ahia: Traditional Igbo Business Schools and the Global Commerce Culture’ in Dialectical Anthropology, Volume 31, Numbers 1-3 / November.
2007 ‘Equity and Quality in Higher Education’ in International Journal of Education Research, Vol.3 No.2, 283-292.
2005 ‘Nigerian Women in Prison: Hostages in Law’ in Julia Sudbury, ed., Global Lockdown: Race, Gender, and the Prison-Industrial Complex, New York, Routledge.
2005 ‘Post-Colonial Authoritarianism and the Militarization of Social control in West Africa’ in A. Wardak and J. Sheptycki, eds, Transnational and Comparative Criminology, London, Cavendish.
2005 ‘Royal Swazi Police’ entry in Dillip Das, ed., The World Police Encyclopedia, New York, Routledge.
2005 ‘Criminology as Lovemaking: An AfricaCentered Theory of Justice’ in African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies, online, Vol.1, No1.
2004 ‘Imperialism, Crime and Criminology: Towards the Decolonisation of Criminology’ in Crime, Law & Social Change: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. 41, No. 4, pp. 343-358.
2004 ‘The Iraq War Did not Take Place: Sociological Implications of a Conflict that was Neither a Just War Nor Just a War’ in International Review of Sociology-Revue Internationale de Sociologie, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 73-88.
2003 ‘How Scientific is Criminal Justice? A Methodological Critique of Research on McCleskey V. Kemp and Other Capital Cases’ in The National Black Law Journal at Columbia University Law School, Vol. 17, No.1, pp. 84-97.
2003 ‘The Crisis of Authoritarianism in the Legal Institutions’ in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, vol. 19, No. 3.
2002 ‘African Women and the Decolonization of Victimization: Dazzling Crime Figures’ in Critical Sociology: a Special Issue on Race and Ethnic Relations.
2000 ‘Theorising Otherness, the War on Drugs and Incarceration’ in Theoretical Criminology, vol. 4 (3), 359-376.
2000 ‘“What is Institutionalised?” The Race-Class-Gender Articulation of Stephen Lawrence’, British Criminology Conference: Selected Proceedings. Volume 3
2000 ‘What Women’s Studies Offer Men: Entremesa Discussion’ in West Africa Review, Vol.2, No, 1
2000 ‘Furman V. Georgia’ entry in Mary Bosworth, ed., Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities (2 Vols.), Newbury Park, CA.
2003 Author, Counter Colonial Criminology: A Critique of Imperialist Reason, London, Pluto.
2004 Co-editor (with Anita Kalunta-Crumpton) Pan African Issues in Criminology, Aldershot, Ashgate.
2001 (with Unyierie Idem) Nigeria: Democratising a Militarised Civil Society, London, Centre for Democracy and Development.
2000, Editor, Methodological and Theoretical Issues in Migration Research, Aldershot, Ashgate.
2009 ‘Shouters and the Control Freak Empire’, Color, 28 minutes, DVD, Producer and Director.
2008 ‘CLR James: The Black Jacobin Sociology Series’, NCC Chanels 4 and 16, Trinidad and Tobago, Director and Producer.