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Mr. Yohanna Waliya

Graduate Assistant
Moden Languages and Translation Studies

Waliya Yohanna Joseph is a graduate from NationsUniversity , New Orleans, LA 70130 U.S.A. where he studied Religion(B.A Religion). He also obtained B.A. Modern Languages (Bachelor of Arts first Class honors) from University of Calabar, Calabar Nigeria. He is also a Lecturer in the University of Calabar. He hates injustice and any inhuman culture. He is an author of books in French and English. Among them are la récolte de vie, Les dieux et leurs subalternes ont tort, The Prayer of the Dead Man, Hégémonie disparue, Souffrance c'est one grandeur etc.They are all sold on the largest eBooks retailers' websites online around the world. Waliya is the present Production Editor of the Ňduñode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities Vol. 13. Issue 1&2 and Vol. 14 issue 1. 2018. He is writing a novel titled 'Ekang'.

Waliya, Yohanna Joseph. «Calabar lesbian cryptic languages.» Symbolic violence in socio-educational contexts. A post-colonial critique. Éd. Odrowaz-Coates A, A et Goswami S. Warsaw: : Wydawnictwo Akademii Pedagogiki Specjalnej, 2017. 112-126.

 —. «Contrastive study of the trend of metamorphosis of political activism using theatre in the twentieth and twenty-first century.» International Journal of Pedagogy, Innovation and New Technologies(IJPINT) 4.1 (2017): 80-86.

««C’est tout bon ! » de Corinne Albaut comme poésie numérique: Relation entre le texte et l’image .» Ńduñọde: Calabar Journal of the Humanities 13.1 (2018): 126-141.

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3rd Biennial International Conference
Theme: French Studies and National Development. Date: 7th-11th May, 2017. University of Benin, Benin Edo State, Nigeria.
Start: Sunday 7th May, 2017
End: Thursday 11th May, 2017
19th Annual Conference of University French Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (UFTAN) 2016.
Theme: French Studies in Nigeria in the 21st Century. Date: 6th -10th November, 2016. University of Uyo, Uyo. Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.
Start: Sunday 6th November, 2016
End: Thursday 10th November, 2016
Lagos Humboldt Kolleg in Digital Humanities.
Theme: Communication, Cultures and Science in the Age of Digital Technology. Venue: University of Lagos, Lagos-Nigeria.
Start: Tuesday 14th November, 2017
End: Saturday 18th November, 2017
Multilingual Digital Authorship
Symposium. Theme: Multilingual Digital Authorship. (InfoLab C60b/c). Venue: Lancaster University, UK.
Start: Thursday 8th March, 2018
End: Friday 9th March, 2018
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