Akpan, Margaret G. (2011),
A Historical Perspective of Colours and Patterns in Period Costumes: Antiquity to Classical.
The Parnassus. 7:167-180.
Nda, Ubong; Akpan Margaret (2012)
“Sophocles and Shakespeare: A Comparative Study of Classical and Elizabethan Tragedies”
In: Akhilesh Chandra Prabhakar(ed) International Journal of Asian Social Science Vol. 2 No. 1 Pakistan: Published by Asian Economic and Social Society. Pp. 1-9.
Akpan, Margaret G. (2013)
“Pattern Composition and Costume. Design for the Theatre”
The Parnasus Vol. 9 No. 1. Pp: 171-181.
O. U. Jacob and Margaret G. Akpan (2013)
“Technological Advancement and Theatre audience in Nigeria”
In: Uniuyo Journal of Humanities” 16&17:320-334.
Akpan, Margaret G. and Sunday Umanah. (2015)
"Rehearsing the Trial of Dedan Kimathi at the Little Play House: A Blend of Artistic Vision”
In Parnassus. Vol. 3, No. 12, pp 279-290.
Akpan, Margaret G. (2017)
“Significance of Pattern Composition on the Carnivat Calabar King and Queen Costumes.”
In Arts arid Design Studies. Vol. 59, 2017. Pp 38-43. (United Kingdom)
Akpan, Margaret G. and Margaret E. Archibong (2017)
“Management Strategies Employed by Master Blaster Band in the 2014 Carnival Calabar"
in Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Sports. Vol. 32, 2017. Pp 31-37. (United Kingdom)
Akpan, Margaret G. and Blessing U. Ekong. (2017)
“Dance Aesthetics and Cultural Implications: A case Study of Ekombi Dance and Asian Uboikpa Dance.”
International Journal of African and Asian Studies. - Vol. 40 2017. Pp 111-126. (United Kingdom).
Akpan, Margaret G. and Eno Nathaniel Bassey. (2018).
“Character and Thematic Analysis in Emem song’s Reloaded”
in American Journal of Art and Design. Vol. 3. No. 1.2018. Pp 5-11. (USA).
. Ofonime Inyang, Akpan, Margaret and Morrison G. Ime (2018)
“Carnival Arts and Street Theatre as Cultural Tourism in Nigeria”
In: Banchi Vol. 6. No.1 pp 168-183.
Okon Udofot Jacob and Margaret G. Akpan (2018)
“Subverting Economic Recession in Nigeria through Sterling Design in Theatre Practice: The Vendor, AKSU 2017 Command Performance in Focus”.
In: . Nigerian Theatre Journal Vol.18.2 pp 136-150.
Akpan, Margaret G. & Patience U. Ekanem(2018)
"An Appraisal of Costume Design process in the Production of Esiaba Irobi’s ‘The Fronded Circle"
in European Journal of Arts, No. 2 2018. pp 32-40 (Vienna)
Akpan, Margaret G. & Anietie Francis Udofia(2019)
"The Mask, Masking and Curtailment of Domestic Terrorism in /ka through AKAKUM Performance of Nto Usoh People in Akwa Ibom State."
In International Review of Humanities Studies. Vol. 4, No. 1. 2019. Pp. 14-26 (Indonesia). Download
Below are some Artistic productions that Margaret Akpan consulted
‘Install the Princess’ by Effiong Johnson Directed by ‘Sunday Umanah
‘Not my Generation’ by Udoibanga Esu, Directed by Sunday Umanah
‘A Season of Plots’ by Bassey Ubong, Directed by Ofonime Inyang
‘The Traveller’ A Uniuyo 22™ and 23” combined convocation play
‘Xhibitz’ Season 3, Directed by Sunday Umanah
‘Ndokoro’ by Udo Ibanaga Esu, Directed by Sunday Umanah
‘Dara the Musical’ directed by Victor Thompson
‘Shattered dreams’ and Ayeke class workshop directed by Prof. Effiong Johnson
‘Norah’ written sind directed by Samuel, Edidiong Marrison
‘Hope Harvesters’ written by Victor S. Dugga and directed by Adewole Paul
‘The Saxophonist screen play’ — Youbere Ntia, directed by Nyakno Uko
‘Akan’ written and directed by Effiong, Christian Jesse
‘Perfect Mother’ wriiten by Uduak Akpabio, directed by Ofonime Inyang
‘Oga Titu’ written by Utibe Charles, directed by Utibe Charles
‘Medicine for love’ written by James Ene Henshaw, directed by Favour Robert
‘The Blind gods’ written by Maurice Udom, directed by Udonna Aniedi
Dr. Margaret G. Akpan a costume designer and consultant with academic affiliation at Department of Theatre Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria