English & Literary Studies
Akung, Jonas Egbudu. (2012)
"Feminist dimensions in Sefi Atta’s Everything good will come”. Studies in literature language, 4(1), 114 – 122
Akung Jonas Egbudu and L. Onwugbueche (2011)
“Alienation and the quest for identity in V. S. Naipaul’s A House for Mr. Biswas,The Mimic Men and Miguel street”. African research review, 51(1) 162 – 171.
Akung Jonas Egbudu. (2011).
The society in the lens of the writer: Ken Saro-Wiwa’s Prisoner of Jebs. Annals of humanities and development studies, 2(1), 13 – 20.
Akung Jonas Egbudu and Azubike Illoeje.(2011)
“Issues in the theory and development of the novel in Africa”. LWATI: A journal of contemporary research, 8(1155 – 166
Akung, Jonas Egbudu and E. D. Simon (2011)
“The military as motif in the Nigerian Novel: Helon Habila’s Waiting for an Angel. Studies in literature and language, 3(3), 55 – 59
Leonard Onwuebueche and Jonas Egbudu Akung.(2011)
"Marriage and choices in Mariama Ba’s Scarlet Song”. Humanicus, 6,1 – 14
E. D. Simon, J. E. Akung and B. U. Bassey (2014).
“Environmental degradation, militancy/kidnapping and oil theft in Helon Habila’s Oil on Water”. Mediterranean journal of social sciences, 5(2) 382- 388. (Scopus)
Akung, Jonas Egbudu. (2012).
"New historicist dimensions in Helon Habila’s Measuring time”. International journal of applied linguistics and english literature, 1(4), 144 – 151
E. D Simon, B., Inyang, M. E. Imona and J. E. Akung. (2011).
Devaluation of the feminist worth through poverty: Examples from Grace Ukala’s Broken bond and Elechi Amadi’s Estrangement”. African research review, 5(2), 140 – 153
Akung, Jonas Egbudu. (2016).
The portrayal of liberation and the national question in Arnold Udoka’s Akon, Long Walk yo a Dream and Iyene: A Dance Drama. International journal of applied linguistics and english literature, 5(3), 203 – 212
Akung Jonas Egbudu.
"The Western Voice and Feminist Criticism of the Nigerian Novel”. World Journal of English Language, 3(1), 2013: 24 – 37.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu (2018).
A Literary Study of Mbube Proverbs” LWATI: A journal of contemporary research.15(2),170-183
Akung, Jonas Egbudu Akung (2016).
Revolutionary aesthetics in Festus Iyayi’s Violence and Heroes” An idea we must forget: a celebration of Festus Iyayi.(Eds.). Wumi Raji and Idaebvor Bello. Ibadan: Kraft Books, 275-288.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu. (2005)
Dialect as a defining tool in the West Indian Literature: A Reading of Samuel Selvon’s A Brighter Sun and The Lonely Londoner. Trend in the study of language and linguistics: A festschrift for Philip Akujuobi Nwachukwu Ed. Ozo-Mekuri Ndimele. Port-Harcourt: Grand Orbit Com. 323 – 329.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu and Kufre Aniefiok (2014).
Godfatherism in Nigerian Politics: An Example of Martin Akpan’s The Crumb Eaters”. ANSU Journal of language and literary studies. 1(1) (AJLLS) 30-36.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu. And E.D. Simon.
“Human Right Violation against the Woman; Examples from Select African Novels” Currents in African Literature and the English Language. CALEL. 7. 2016 58-77.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu. 2006-2007).
Western Media and Early Response to the Nigerian Novel”. Africa and World Literature: University of Nigeria Journal of Literary Studies. 6 (7) 245-267
Akung, Jonas Egbudu (2013).
Unmasking the mask and scaling the cradle in Liwhu Betiang’s The Cradle on the Scales. Lagos notes and records: journal of faculty of arts, university of Lagos, 19(295.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu, (2012).
Beneath the ruble there is love: a critical review of Liwhu Betiang’s Beneath the Rubble” MAJELS: Madonna Journal of English and Literary Studies, 2(3), 167-180.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu and Agnes Agbor.
“Gender Consciousness and Assertiveness in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus and Kaine Agary’s Yellow – Yellow. Kiabara: Journal of Humanities, 16(2), 2011: 323 – 333.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu and Azubike Iloeje (2011).
Kaine Agary’s Yellow – Yellow: A Study in Ecocriticism. Lagos Notes and Records. Journal of Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos, 17,: 71- 84.
E. D. Semon. A. O. Ogundipe and J. E. Akung (2009).
“Violence and calamity in Rogers Mai’s Brother Man and the Hills were Joyful Together” Ongoing: A contemporary journal of inter-disciplinary studies, 1(1), 187 – 199.
Azubike Iloeje and Akung, Jonas Egbudu (2006).
The problem of applying western critical standards in the criticism of African oral literature. CALEL,6121- 132.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu, L. Onwugbueche and E. D. Simon. (2009).
The journey motif in Samuel Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners and Turn Again Tigers” Oniong: A contemporary journal of inter-disciplinary studies, 1(1), 165 – 177.
Akung Jonas Egbudu (2004).
The Place of foreign voice in the criticism of African literature: The Phenomenon of Bernth Lindfors.” Ndunode, 5/1210 -225.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu. (2005).
The use of language in the African novel: Ken Saro-Wiwa Experimentation in Soaboy and Prisoners of Jebs Ndunode, 6/267 – 81.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu. (2015
Mischief as a feminist weapon in Loa Shoneyin’s The secret lives of Baba Segi’s Wives. Cuttington University journal of liberal art and social sciences, CUJLASS. 2(1.) 85-95.
Akung, Jonas Egbudu. (2004))
Escapism as Motif: The novels of V. S. Naipaul”. Uyo journal of humanities,10(33 – 50.
Showing All Conferences Attended
|39th Conference of African Literature Association|
39th Conference of African Literature Association, March 20 – 24, 2013; College of Charleston South Carolina, United States of America.
|Start: Wednesday 20th March, 2013|
End: Sunday 24th March, 2013
|41st Conference of African Literature Association|
41st Conference of African Literature Association Bayreuth, University of Bayreuth, Germany.June 3-6, 2015
|Start: Wednesday 3rd June, 2015|
End: Saturday 6th June, 2015
|40th Conference of African Literature Association|
40th Conference of African Literature Association – Witswatersrand Johannesburg, South Africa, 9 – 13 April, 2014.
|Start: Wednesday 9th April, 2014|
End: Sunday 13th April, 2014
|10th Conference of the International Society for the Oral Literature of Africa (ISOLA)|
University of Cocody Abidjan Ivory Coast, June 12 – 15, 2014.
|Start: Thursday 12th June, 2014|
End: Sunday 15th June, 2014
|Conference of the Nigerian Oral Literature Association |
Conference of the Nigerian Oral Literature Association August 13 – 15 2014: University of Benin, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria.
|Start: Wednesday 13th August, 2014|
End: Friday 15th August, 2014
|42nd Conference of African Literature Association.|
42nd Conference of African Literature Association. Emory University and Kennesaw University Atlanta Georgia, USA. April 6-9, 2016
|Start: Wednesday 6th April, 2016|
End: Saturday 9th April, 2016
|6th African World Literature Conference|
6th African World Literature Conference November 4 – 7, 2012, University of Nigeria Nsukka
|Start: Sunday 4th November, 2012|
End: Wednesday 7th November, 2012