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Name

Dr. God'sgift Ogban Uwen

Department

English & Literary Studies

Designation

Lecturer I

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. God'sgift Ogban Uwen

Dr. God’sgift Ogban Uwen has a Certificate in Computer Studies, a Diploma in Business Administration, a B.A. (Second Class Upper Division), an M.A. and a Ph.D in English and Literary Studies from the University of Calabar. He is currently doing a Post Graduate Diploma in Education in Cross River University of Technology, Calabar. His research areas of interest are Applied English Linguistics, Semiotics, Comparative Linguistics and Sociolinguistics. He has taught at the Cross River University of Technology before his employment in the University of Calabar on 22nd October, 2018. Dr. Uwen teaches Use of English and Communication Skills and English language Courses at the Undergraduate and Post Graduate levels in the Department of English and Literary Studies. He has 16 publications in local and international Journals and is also a member of several Professional Associations such as English Scholars Association of Nigeria (ESAN), Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN), Linguistics Association of Nigeria (LAN), Faculties of Arts/Humanities Scholars Association of Nigeria (FAHSANU), and European Centre for Research, Training and Development (ECRTD), United Kingdom. He has attended 17 national and international Academic Conferences where he presented papers in his areas of specialization. Dr. Uwen is currently the Assistant Examination Officer and Academic Adviser for Year Two, and performs several other scheduled duties. He has received meritorious Awards from reputable bodies including that from The Fleet Support Group, Nigerian Navy, Calabar, and also has the Jerusalem Pilgrim (JP) title from the Ministry of Tourism, Israeli Government.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving Certificate Community Primary School, Afono-Erei, Biase LGA, CRS 19831987
WAEC Senior Secondary Certificate Community Secondary School, Abanwan-Erei, Biase LGA, CRS 19881993
Diploma in Business Administration University of Calabar, Calabar19961997
B.A. (Hons.) English and Literary StudiesUniversity of Calabar,Calabar19992004
M.A. English University of Calabar, Calabar20082011
Certificate in Computer Studies Galaxy Professional Computer Institute, Calabar20082008
Ph.D English University of Calabar,20132017

S/N Publication
Uwen, G.O. (2019). Morphological Features in the Language of Selected Nigerian Paramilitary Formations in Akwa Ibom State. English Linguistics Research, 8(1), 48-54.
Ukam, E.I., & Uwen, G.O. (2019). Rhythmic Alternation and Stress Clash: A Phonological Study of Erei-English Speakers. University of Uyo Journal of Humanities, 23(1&2), 33-53.
Uwen, G.O., & Ebam, P.O.O. (2019). Road Traffic Signs’ Literacy and its Implications on Road Users in Calabar Literacy and Reading in Nigeria, 18(1),166-174.
Uwen, G.O. (2019) Politeness Strategies in Lawyer-Client Interactions in English in Selected Law Firms in Calabar, University of Uyo Journal of English and Literature, 1(2). 255-268.
Uwen, G.O. (2019). Interface between Language and Road Traffic Signs. Ebonyi Journal of Language and Literary Studies, 2(1&2), 1-11.
Uwen, G.O. (2019). English Loanwords as Lexical Enrichment to Erei Language. Journal of Nigerian Languages Project, 1(1)
Ukam, E.I., Uwen, G.O., & Omale, C. (2017). Application of Stress, Rhythm and Intonation in the Speech of Erei-English Bilinguals. Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, 5(7), 27-38.
Uwen, G.O. & Ekpe, S.I. (2018). De-echoing Feminine Identity in the Language of Nigerian Paramilitary Agencies, Abuja Journal of Gender Studies and Youth Advancement, 1(1&2), 55-74.
Uwen, G.O. & Ekpe S.I. (2018). Language and National Development: The Case of Nigerian Security Organizations. Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, 20(2), 328-336.
Uwen, G.O. (2018). Parametric Variations of Personal and Possessive Pronouns in Erei and English. Journal of the Linguistics Association of Nigeria Supplement 111, 85-93.
Uwen, G.O., & Ansa, S.A. (2018). “Pluralisation in Erei and its Implications in the Learning of English Language”, Journal of Nigerian Languages Studies, 2(3), 51-58.
Uwen, G.O., & Ukam, E.I. (2018). A Competence and Content Analysis of the English Language of Selected Nigerian Paramilitary Operatives, Currents in African Literature and the English Language, 10(1), 123-132.
Ukam, E.I., Uwen, G.O., & Omale, C. (2017). Intonational Structure of Erei speakers of English. International Journal of English Language Teaching, 5(8), 49-65.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
International Conference on African Literature and the English Language, University of Calabar, Calabar, 2016-05-022016-05-05
The 9th University of Uyo Conference on Language and Literature, University of Uyo, UyoPoliteness Strategies in Lawyer-Client Interactions in English in Selected Law Firms in Calabar, Cross River State.2017-02-212017-02-24
The lst Conference on the Languages of Nigeria (CLN), University of Uyo, Uyo,Parametric Variations of Personal and Possessive Pronouns in Erei and English..2017-04-242017-04-27
National Counter Terrorism Incident Site Commanders Management Course, organized by the British High Commission in Conjunction with the Nigeria Police Force, Calabar.2017-10-162017-10-20
The 1st National Conference on Gender Studies, University of Abuja, Abuja,. De-echoing Feminine Identity in the Language of Three Nigerian Paramilitary Agencies.2017-10-182017-10-21
International Conference of Faculties of Arts/Humanities Scholars’ Association of Nigerian Universities, University of Calabar, Calabar..Language and National Development: The Case of Nigerian Security Organizations.2018-04-082018-04-12
Conference on Joe Ushie @60 with the theme: “Otherness, Marginality and Social Justice”, University of Calabar, Calabar, 2018-04-252018-04-26
International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), University of Calabar, Calabar, A Competence and Content Analysis of the English Language of Select Nigerian Paramilitary Operatives.2018-05-012018-05-04
The 16th Biennial Conference of Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN), Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka..Road Traffic Signs’ Literacy and its Implications on Road Users in Calabar.2018-10-022018-10-05
The 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki,The Interface Between Language and Road Traffic Signs.2018-11-132018-11-16
The 2nd International Conference of Faculties of Arts/Humanities Scholars’ Association of Nigerian Universities, Tai-Solarin University of Education, Ijabu-Ode.A Lexico-Semantic Analysis of Creative Expressions Used During the 2019 General Elections in Nigeria.2019-04-082019-04-12
Niyi Osundare International Poetry Festival with the Theme: “Popular Poetry and the Search for Development in a Modern State” held at the University of Calabar, Calabar.2019-07-142019-07-16
University of Port Harcourt International Conference on Language and Literature, Port HarcourtSemantic Assessment of Collocational Restrictions in the English language of Nigerian Paramilitary Formations2019-09-032019-09-06
The 35th Annual National Conference of English Scholars Association of Nigeria, National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja,English as a Language of Integration in a Multilingual Country: A Study of Selected Nigerian Christian Songs2019-09-162019-09-19
The 26th International Conference on African Literature and the English Language, University of Calabar, Calabar.Prejudicial and Regimented Forms as the Norm in the Discourse Practice among selected Nigerian Paramilitary Organizations.2019-11-262019-11-29
The 3rd Nigerian Pragmatic Association International Conference/Workshop, Anchor University & University of Lagos.Pentecostalism and Nigerian English Usage: A Pragmatic Analysis of Selected Expressions.2020-03-092020-03-12
The 10th University of Uyo Conference on Language and Literature, Uyo, 9-12 March, 2020 “Emerging Sociolinguistic Trends: A Case for English as a First Language in Nigeria”Emerging Sociolinguistic Trends: A Case for English as a First Language in Nigeria.2020-03-092020-03-12