Mrs. Jayne Iquo OwanDepartment
English & Literary StudiesDesignation
Mrs Jayne Owan was employed into the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar in the July 12th, 2012. She holds B.A (Hons) and M.A degrees in English from the University of Ibadan and is near completion of a Ph.D degree in English from the University of Calabar. Her research interests are in African Orality and Gender Studies. Jayne Owan teaches and supervises essays at the undergraduate level. She has attended several local and international conferences and has published in several learned journals. As an active member of the academe, she has assisted in the organisation of both Faculty and Departmental Conferences, served as a member of the Electoral Committee ASUU â€“ 2016, served as the Coordinator (English) for the universityâ€™s Remedial Program â€“ Pre-Degree and is currently serving as the Coordinator for Use of English and Communication Skills in the universityâ€™s General Studies Center. She is a member of the following Professional Associations: NOLA, ISOLA, RAN, and FAHANU.
|Uwem Affiah, Jayne Owan. â€œA Dramatic Analysis and Interpretation of the Ekombi Dance of the Efik People of Nigeriaâ€. International Journal of English Research. 4(1) 2018:25-32.|
|Uwem Affiah, Jayne Owan. â€œFrom Ritual to Dramatic Art: The Ukwa War Dance of Ekid peopleâ€. Research Journal of English Language and Literature. 6(1) 2018:141-152.|
|Francis Mowang Ganyi, Jayne Owan. â€œImpact of Transculturalism and Globalization on the Concepts of Oral Literature and â€œUbuntugogyâ€ as Educational Paradigms for African Liberation and Development in the 21st Centuryâ€. English Language, Literature & Culture. 1(3) 2016:30-39.|
|Francis Mowang Ganyi, Jayne Owan, Stephen Ella. â€œContemporaneity, Aesthetics and Pedagogic Content of Proverbial Lore among the Bakor of Northern Cross River State, Nigeria: A Case Study of Ekajuk Proverbsâ€. International Journal of Language, Literature and Culture. 2(4) 2015:52-61.|
|Francis Mowang Ganyi, Jayne Owan. â€œFrom Ethno-Aesthetics to Inter-Textuality: A Socio Linguistic Approach to the Interpretation of Performance Contexts in the Criticism of Oral Literatureâ€. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development. 2(1) 2015:432-439.|
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|22nd International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL). University of Calabar, Calabar.||2013-05-07||2013-05-11|
|23rd International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL). University of Calabar, Calabar||â€œNkuho Oral Traditions and the Promotion of Tourism in Calabar.â€||2014-05-05||2014-05-09|
|The International Society for the Oral Literaures of Africa (ISOLA) Conference. Felix Houphouet Boigny Universite, Abidjan, Ivory Coast.||2014-06-12||2014-06-15|
|24th International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL). University of Calabar, Calabar||2016-05-03||2016-05-06|
|1st National Conference on Gender Studies. University of Abuja.||â€œIntra-gender Oppression and Women Trafficking in Ifeoma Chinwubaâ€™s Merchant of Fleshâ€.||2017-08-18||2017-08-21|
|Conference of the Nigerian Oral Literature Society (NOLA). University of Ibadan.||â€Spoken Word Poetry: Itâ€™s Emergence, Form and Exigenciesâ€.||2017-11-01||2017-11-04|
|25th International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL). University of Calabar, Calabar||2018-05-01||2018-05-04|