Mr. Onyekachi Peter OnuohaDepartment
English & Literary StudiesDesignation
Onyekachi Peter Onuoha is an Assistant Lecturer at University of Calabar, Department of English and Literary Studies, he is a Street Biographer, African Digital Literature Scholar, Researcher in Trauma and Memory Studies, Creative Writer with over a decade experience in publishing and teaching of creative writing. He is a researcher on African new writings published in the cyberspace. He is the Curator and Editor of an Online Literary Platform Akaikoro.com. He is widely published across the three basic genres of literature. The following creative works of literature are to his credit: Idara, Moonlight Lady (Kraftbooks, 2012), MyFather Lied, The Scream of Ola(Kraftbooks, 2013), Ijeuwa (Authorhouse UK, 2015), Identity, The Fears of Mama(Kraftbooks 2015)The Heresy of Gossip, Aluta Struggles (Celbestbooks, 2011), Smell (AMABooks, 2017) among others, most of his books are studied across universities in Nigeria.
|Onuoha, O. P. (2020). â€œ(Un) continuity in African Literature: Facebook Memoir and Suicide as Escape in Akachiâ€™s Sixteen Notes on How to End a Lifeâ€. Electronic Literature Organization, Conference And Media Arts A Festival. University of Central Florida. pp 1-23 https://stars.library.ucf.edu.elo2020/|
|Onuoha, O.P. (2019). â€œEclipse in Rwanda as Remembering in Psychosocial Poetics of Traumaâ€. English Linguistics Research. SCIEDU Press. pp 25-34 iSSN 1927-6036 www.sciedupress.com/journal/index.php/elr/article/view/16228|
|Onuoha, O. P. & Oyndamola O. H. (2019). â€œMen as Puns in the Feminist African Novelâ€. Language, Discourse & Society. 7(13).|
|Onuoha. O. P. (2018). â€œDiaspora digital literature: role reversal and the construction of self in selected Ikheloaâ€™s autobiographiesâ€. International Journal of Pedagogy Innovation and New Technologies. ISSN: 2392-0092. 5 (2). . http://www.ijpint.com|
|Onuoha, O. P. (2018). â€œLiterary Heredity and Variation in Selected Facebook Poems of Veralyn Chinenye and Her Collaborative Authorsâ€. International Journal of Pedagogy Innovation and New Technologies. 5(1).58-68. ISSN: 2392-0092. http://www.ijpint.com|
|Onuoha. O. P. (2018). â€œInterface between self, history and literature in Chris Anyokwuâ€™s Naked Truthâ€. JOLLS: Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies. 5.17-28. ISSN: 2636- 7149-6300 https://jolls.com.ng/article/the-interface-between-self-history|
|Onuoha, O. P. (2018). â€œExploitation and Complicity in Ken Saro-Wiwaâ€™s A Month and A â€¨Day: A Detention Diary and Tenure Ojaideâ€™s Great Boys: An African Childhoodâ€. Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities. 13 (1).260-277. ISSN:1117-5621. https://zenodo.org/communities/issn1117-5621/|
|Nathaniel O. S. & Onuoha, O. P. (2017). â€œArt Beyond Facial Value of Metaphorization and Functionality of Sexual Scenes in Selected Nigerian Stories in the Cyber Spaceâ€. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research. 14 (1). 80-103 Beijing: Universal Academics Services. ISSN:1813-2227. http://www.ajol.info|
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|Presented at the University of Port Harcourt International Conference on Language and Literature (UPHICOLL2019||Netizensâ€™ Sexual Fluidity As Imagining Migration In Kabaka and In 14: We Are Flowers.||2019-08-26||2019-08-30|
|Conference And Media Arts A Festival. University of Central Florida.||â€œ(Un) continuity in African Literature: Facebook Memoir and Suicide as Escape in Akachiâ€™s Sixteen Notes on H||2020-07-16||2020-07-19|