Mr. Augustine Ayilewu EdungDepartment
English & Literary StudiesDesignation
Augustine A. Edung was employed into service of the University on the 3rd of July, 2018. He has an M. A, English &Literary Studies, from the University of Calabar (2017) and a B. A., English and Literary Studies, also from the University of Calabar (2013). In his teaching and scholarship career in general, he specialises in the areas of African and Diaspora Literature, Literary Criticism and Stylistics Studies. He has won the following awards and recognitions: the Wale Adenuga National Script Writing Competition (Winner, 2008); the Calabar Carnival Essay/Short Story Writing Competition (Overall Winner, 2012). He has served as the Editor of the newsletters of the Calabar Literary Society (2014). He is a member of the following associations: the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA), Readers Association of Nigeria (RAN) And the Calabar Literary Society (CLS). He is a poet and novelist with a number of published works.
|Eyang, A. E., & Edung, A. (2017). The Dynamics Of Economism And Human Trafficking In Chika Unigwe'S On Black Sistersâ€™ Street And Ifeoma Cbinwuba' S Merchants Of Flesh. Lwati. 14(2), 104-121.|
|Edung, A. (2013) Who Will Refine It? Beijing : Universal Academic Services|
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|International Conference on African Literature and the English Language. Held in the University of Calabar. Calabar, Nigeria||Violence Begets More Violence: South Africa's Past in an Affair with the Present in Re-reading Mike Van Graam's Some Mothers' Sons.||2016-11-02||2016-11-06|
|International Conference on African Literature and the English Language, held in the University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria||2018-05-01||2018-05-04|