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Mr. Ekpe Mfon Brownson

LecturerII
Linguistics and Communication Studies
mbekpe@unical.edu.ng

A. Employment History 1. Covenant University, Canaan Land, Ota, Ogun State. (2005 - 2009). Position Held: Assistant Lecturer in the Department of English, College of Human Development. Responsibility: Teaching of some courses in English and Linguistics, setting of examinations, grading of examination scripts and keying in of results in the Portal system, as well as performing some administrative functions as it concerns academics. 2. Redeemer’s University, Mowe, Ogun State, (2009-2014) Position Held: Lecturer 11 in the Department of English, College of Humanities. Responsibility: Teaching of some courses in English and Linguistics, setting of examinations, grading of examination scripts and keying in of results in the Portal system, as well as performing some administrative functions as it concerns academics. B. Education 1. Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.), Department of Linguistics and African Languages, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 2. Master of Arts (M.A) English, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria. 3. Bachelor of Arts (B.A Hons) Linguistics, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. C. HONOUR AND DISTINCTION Award of Excellence, Best Lecturer of the Year 2012, English Department, Redeemer’s University D. Teach Phonetics, Phonology, Computational Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Business Communication, Use of English and Communicational Skills.

Ekpe, M.B, Ero-Philips and Awoyemi (2004).

‘Effective Communication’ (ISBN.978-37562-0-6), Nigeria.


Ekpe,M.B, Ero-Philips and Awoyemi (2004).

‘Basic Communication Skills’(ISBN.978-37562-1-4),Nigeria.


Ekpe, M.B. and Ofulue, C. (2009).

Introduction to Linguistics, A Course developed for National Open University of Nigeria (ISBN 978-058-403-X), Nigeria.http://www.nou.edu.ng/noun/NOUN_OCL/pdf/pdf2/ENG353 Noun new edited1


Ekpe,M.B. (2005).

‘The Challenges of Language Teaching and Classroom Management. In English Language Teaching Today’, (ELTT) Vol.4 No.2 Dec.2005, pp 29-33 (ISSN 1119-0426), Nigeria.


Ekpe, M.B. (2010).

English Language in Nigeria, A Course developed for National Open University of Nigeria (ISBN 978-058-404-X), Nigeria.http://www.nou.edu.ng/noun/NOUN_OCL/pdf/pdf2/ENG353 Noun new edited1


Ekpe, M.B. (2006).

‘Glocalization of English Lexis in Nigeria’. In Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, (CAJOLIS) Vol. ix, No.1, 2006, pp.29-40 (ISSN 1115-2087), Nigeria.


Ekpe, M.B. (2008).

‘Standard Nigerian English: A Stable Variety in Emerging Evolution of World Englishes’.In Journal of the Nigerian English Studies Association (NESA) Vol. 3, NO.1, pp. 69-80, (ISSN 0029-0009), Nigeria.


Ekpe, M.B. (2011).

Nigerian English in the Determinant Triangle. In Studies in Literature and Language. Vol 2, No. 2. pp.87-98. Canada Academy of Oriental and Occidental Culture. ISSN 1923-1555, Canada.


Ekpe, M.B. (2012).

A Linguistic Analysis of Proverbs: A Case Study of Death Not a Redeemer by Hope Eghagha. In the RUN Journal of Theatre and Cultural Studies. Vol. 1, No.1. pp.57-72, Nigeria.


Ekpe, M. B. (2013).

‘Articulatory Analysis of Palatalisation in Anaang. International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature (IJALEL). ISSN 2200-3592 (print), ISSN 2200-3452 (online), Australia.


Ekpe, M. B. (2012).

Sociolinguistic Consciousness and Spoken English in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. In English Language and Literature Studies. Vol.2, No.4. Pp.43-52. Canada Centre of Science and Education. ISSN 1925-4968 (print), ISSN 1925-4776 (Online), Canada.


Ekpe, M.B. and Michael, I. (2015).

Targets and Triggers of Labialisation in Anaang. In International Journal of Science, Commerce and Humanities. Vol.3, No.6, pp. 85-95. ISSN 2052-6164 (print), ISSN 2052-6164 (online), United Kingdom.


Ekpe, M.B. (2016).

Linguistic Analysis of Political Cartoons Published during 2015 Elections in Nigeria. In The Journal of the African Council for Communication Education (ACCE), Vol. 13, No.6, Nigeria.


Ekpe. M.B., Etu, M. R. and Uhegwu, B.U. (2017).

Language and Cultural Perspective through Festivals: A Study of Nyoro Ekpe Festival in Cross River State, Nigeria. In Revitalisation of African Languages: A Feschrift in Honour of Ozo Mekuri Ndimele, pp.261-273. Nigeria.

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Linguistic Analysis of Cartoons in 2015 Political Election, ACCE 17th Conference,
African Council for Communication Conference, ACCE, (UNICAL 2015), University of Calabar, October 20th-23rd, 2015.
Start: Tuesday 20th October, 2015
End: Friday 23rd October, 2015
‘Glocalization of English Lexis in Nigeria’
International Conference on Human Development (ICHD) Covenant University, Ota, 14th -16th June 2005.
Start: Tuesday 14th June, 2005
End: Thursday 16th June, 2005
English Language Clinic Workshop, Series 6
English Language Clinic Workshop, Series 6, University of Ibadan. 18th October, 2014.
Start: Saturday 18th October, 2014
End: Saturday 18th October, 2014
Naija Training Workshop
Naija Training Workshop, University of Ibadan. 14th-17th September, 2017
Start: Thursday 14th September, 2017
End: Sunday 17th September, 2017
Targets and Triggers of Labialisation in Anaang,
28th Conference of Linguistics Association of Nigeria, (CLAN 2015), Nnamdi Azikiwe University, AWKA, 2-6 Nov, 2015.
Start: Monday 2nd November, 2015
End: Friday 6th November, 2015
‘Spoken English and Managerial Skills in Contemporary Nigeria’
Resource Person/Guest Lecturer, A 5-Day workshop for PPMC Union Leaders/Management on Presentation and Public Speaking. University of Ibadan Conference Centre 15th – 19th April, 2003.
Start: Tuesday 15th April, 2003
End: Saturday 19th April, 2003
Linguistic Shibboleth and Conflict Management in Nigeria.
Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) Conference, Kaduna 15th-17th June 2005.
Start: Wednesday 15th June, 2005
End: Friday 17th June, 2005
Globalisation and Nigerian Languages in the Linguistic Market Place,
1st Faculty of Arts International Conference, University of Calabar, Calabar. 12th-15th April, 2016.
Start: Tuesday 12th April, 2016
End: Friday 15th April, 2016
Spectral Analysis of Glides in Anaang
23rd Annual Conference of Linguistic Association of Nigeria (CLAN), University of Port Harcourt, 23rd November-3rd December, 2010.
Start: Tuesday 23rd November, 2010
End: Friday 3rd December, 2010
A Regional Symposium/Workshop on Translation Studies.
Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State. 30th-1st December, 2017.
Start: Thursday 30th November, 2017
End: Friday 1st December, 2017
The Challenges of Language Teaching and Classroom Management.
3rd Annual Conference of English Language Teaching Today (ELTT), UNAAB, 5th-7th October, 2005.
Start: Wednesday 5th October, 2005
End: Friday 7th October, 2005
Sharpening Communication Skills in Media Presentation.
Guest Lecturer, Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, On Spoken English and Broadcasting. 9th August-30th September, 2010.
Start: Monday 9th August, 2010
End: Thursday 30th September, 2010
Syntactic Analysis of Proverbs in Death not a Redeemer by Hope Eghagha.
Proverb Conference, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, 1st-5th August, 2006.
Start: Tuesday 1st August, 2006
End: Saturday 5th August, 2006
Linguistic Shibboleth of Cross River Languages.
1st Conference on Languages of Nigeria (CLN), University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. 24th-27th April, 2017.
Start: Monday 24th April, 2017
End: Thursday 27th April, 2017
Standard Nigerian English: A Stable Variety in Emerging Evolution of World Englishes.
Nigerian English Studies Association (NESA) 24th Annual Conference, UNIUYO, September 18th-21st, 2007.
Start: Tuesday 18th September, 2007
End: Friday 21st September, 2007
Articulatory Analysis of Palatalisation in Anaang.
West African Linguistic Congress, (WALC 2013), University of Ibadan, 29th July-3rd August, 2013.
Start: Monday 29th July, 2013
End: Saturday 3rd August, 2013
Writer and Presenter, Course Guide Content for English Proficiency for Learners at Tertiary Institution
Writer and Presenter, Course Guide Content for English Proficiency for Learners at Tertiary Institution, Premier University of Principé and Sao Tome. 18th-20th February, 2014.
Start: Tuesday 18th February, 2014
End: Thursday 20th February, 2014
No Results for Grants/Awards Received