Dr. Esther Frank ApejoyeDepartment
Theatre and Media StudiesDesignation
Esther Frank Apejoye,is a young budding academic with great interest in Women and gender studies,Theories and Criticism of Drama as well as Playwriting. She had her Bachelors degree from the University of Calabar, her Masters degree from the University of Ibadan and Ph.D from the University of Calabar. She joined the services of the University of Calabar in 2013 as an Assistant Lecturer. She is also a member of Society of Nigeria Theatre Artists(SONTA) and African Theatre Association(,AFTA). She has published works in various journals both locally and Internationally.
|FSLC||University of Calabar Staff School||1993||1998 delete_forever|
|WASSCE||Eagerly Memorial Girls Secondary School||1998||2004 delete_forever|
|B.A||University of Calabar||2005||2009 delete_forever|
|M.A||University of Ibadan||2011||2012 delete_forever|
|Ph.D||University of Calabar||2016||2020 delete_forever|
|Apejoye, EF. (2020).Patriarchy and Women representation in Effiom Johnsonâ€™s Install the princess. International of Humanitatis Theoreticus 3 (2). 213-217|
|Apejoye, EF. (2015). Theatre, Politics and the Nigerian Situations: An Analysis of Wole Soyinkaâ€™s Kongiâ€™s Harvest. Leajon:An academic journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 6 (2). 22-32|
|Apejoye, EF. , Fadirepo, BE. (2015). Arts as Business in Nigeria: Testimonial of a Folk artist. Leajon:An academic journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 6(2) 60-71|
|Apejoye, EF. (2014). Challenging the African Narrative in Film: A study of Nigeriaâ€™s Nolly wood. LWATI:A journal of contemporary Research. 11(1) 206-216.|
|Apejoye, EF., Agibe CN., (2014). A Discourse on Tragedy in Traditional Yoruba Dram as exemplified by Wole Soyinka. LWATI:A journal of contemporary Research 11(1) 116-125|
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|Society of Nigerian Theatre Artists (SONTA)||Theatre, Politics and the Nigerian Situations: An Analysis of Wole Soyinkaâ€™s Kongiâ€™s Harvest.||2015-07-07||2015-07-10|