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Name

Mr. Nathaniel Ojima Sunday

Department

English & Literary Studies

Designation

Assistant Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Mr. Nathaniel Ojima Sunday

Ojima Nathaniel Sunday holds his B.A degree from the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar in 2012 where he emerged the best graduating student in the Department. He is the 2014 prize winner of the late Asa Kofi Nnang Memorial Literature Prize. Prize Winner, Ewa and Ebele Eko Literature Prize, University of Calabar Convocation Awards 2014. He holds an M.A degree in English (Literature Emphasis) from the Department of English, University of Lagos in 2015. He is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Uyo. His research interest spans across African and Diaspora literature. His research also cuts across, science fiction, digital literature and energy humanities. In April, 2016, he joined the Academic Board of the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar as an Assistant Lecturer where he teaches, American literature, African-American literature, Caribbean literature and a few language courses in the department to undergraduate students. He has attended conferences and his papers have appeared in reputable international and local journals.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC).ST. Mary’s Nursery/ Primary School, North Bank, Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria.19952000
Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE).St. Patrick’s College, Ikot Ansa (11), Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.20012006
Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE).St. Patrick’s College, Ikot Ansa (11), Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.20012006
B.A (Hons) English and Literary StudiesUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria20082013
M.A. EnglishUniversity of Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria.20142015

S/N Publication
Nathaniel, O. S & Ene, E. E. (2018). Black Identity Formation in Repression: A Study of Selected Poems of Maya Angelou in ANGLISTICUM: Journal of the Association for Anglo-American Studies, 7(8), 10 - 24.
Ene, E. E. & Nathaniel, O. S. (2018). Breaking Hegemonic Walls and Asserting the Female Self in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye and Akachi Ezeigbo’s Roses and Bullets in ANGLISTICUM: Journal of the Association for Anglo-American Studies 7(3), 41 - 53.
Iroro, M. & Nathaniel O. S. (2018). A Marxist Study of Police Brutality in Alex La Guma’s A Walk in the Night in CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, 20(1), 66 - 80.
Ene, E. E. & Nathaniel, O. S. (2018). Poetic Conventions and Deviations in Peter Onwudinjo's Because "I'm Woman" and Joe Ushie's "A Reign of Locust". MAJELS: Madonna Journal of English and Literary Studies, 3(2), 84-94.
Nathaniel, O. S. (2017). Women as Voices of Democratic Sanity in Socio-political Disorderliness: A Study of Ahmed Yerima’s Hard Ground and Little Drops in NDUNODE. Calabar Journal of the Humanities, 12(1), 278 - 290.
Nathaniel, O. S. & Onuoha, O. P. (2017). Art Beyond Facial Value: Of Metaphorization and Functionality of Sexual Scenes in Selected Nigerian Short Stories in the Cyber Space. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 14(1), 80 -103.
Nathaniel, O. S., Adamu, L. J., & Akpagu, W. Z. (2016). Eco-poetic Resonance in African Literature: Reading Selected Poems of Onyekachi Peter Onuoha’s Drops of Fascination. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research,13(3), 112 -124.
Nathaniel, O. S., Mogu, F. I., & Akpagu, W. Z. (2016). A New Historicist Analysis of Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun and Adrienne Kennedy’s Funnyhouse of a Negro. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 13(2), 76 - 86.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
International Conference on African Literature and the English Language. (ICALEL).Eco-poetic Resonance in African Literature: Reading Selected Poems of Onyekachi Peter Onuoha’s Drops of Fascination .2014-05-082014-05-10
• The Premier Edition of Faculty of Arts International Conference held at the University of Calabar, Calabar. NigeriaThe audacity of Art in the Interrogation of a Continent Struggling with its Modernity: Reading Ngugi Wa Thiong'o's Wizard of the Crow.2016-04-152016-04-18
International Conference on African Literature and the English Language. (ICALEL) held at the University of Calabar, Calabar. NigeriaNil.2016-05-032016-05-06
9th University of Uyo Conference on Language and Literature. (UCOLL). A post-Modernist Reading of Octavia Butler's fledgling and Nnedi Okorafor's who fears death.2017-02-212017-02-24
1st National Conference on Gender Studies held at University of Abuja, Nigeria. Afrofuture paradigms in Octavia Butler's fledgling and Nnedi Okorafor's who fears death.2017-10-182017-10-21