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Mrs. Asa John Ghevolor


English & Literary Studies


Lecturer II


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About Mrs. Asa John Ghevolor

Mrs Asa John Ghevolor Lectures in the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar. She joined the services of the University, as a Graduate Assistant in November 2010. Since the successful completion of her M.A in the area of Sociolinguistic Gender Studies and in particular Feminist Linguistics, she has been impacting the lives of her students as a teacher of knowledge and morals. As an academic who is currently on study fellowship with the university, in pursuit of a Doctorate, she has participated as well as presented papers in several local and international conferences and seminars. Also, some of her papers have been published in reputable journals both locally and internationally while some are awaiting publication. Mrs Asa John Ghevolor is a member of several professional and academic bodies including Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN), African Literature Association (ALA), English Teacher’s Association of Nigeria (ELTAN) and Faculty of Arts and Humanities Association of Nigerian Universities (FAHANU).

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC)Holy Child Convent Primary School, Efut Abua Calabar 19851990
Senior School Certificate (WAEC)Federal Government Girls College, Calabar (SSS) 19941996
Bachelor of Arts (B.A)University of Calabar. Calabar 19982002
Certificate in Computer AppreciationCity College of Computer & Management Studies, Calabar20022002
Masters of Art (M.A) University of Calabar, Calabar (MA) 20052014
Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) National Teachers Institute, Kaduna, Calabar Centre20082009

S/N Publication
Ghevolor, A. J. & Essien- Eyo, A. (2018). Transculturalism versus feminist ideology in Ama Ata Aidoo’s The dilemma of a ghost. CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language Vii(i) 48- 54
Ghevolor, A. J. & Ekpe, S. I. (2016). Third-wave feminist linguistics: A discursive approach to female specific interests in Maya Angelou’s Gather together in my name. International Journal of Arts and Humanities (IJAH) Bahir Dar-Ethopia. 5(2), 181-189.
Ghevolor, A. J. (2013). The Impact of Women’s Conversational Style on Ideological and Socio-cultural Stability in Toni Morrison’s Sula. CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language. 6, 132-141

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
21st International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), Calabar. May 4th-7th, 2011."The impact of women’s conversational style on ideological and socio-cultural stability in Toni Morrison’s Sula".2011-05-042011-05-07
22nd International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), Calabar. May 7th-11th, 2013.2013-05-072013-05-11
24th International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), Calabar. May 3rd --6th, 2016.). "Transculturalism versus feminist ideology: a conversational analysis of Ama Ata Aidoo’s The dilemma of a ghost".2016-05-032016-05-06
9th University of Uyo Conference on Language and Literature (UCOLL), February 21st – 24th 2017.“Repositioning of female language in the 21st Century: a lexico-semantic analysis of female body and female space in Chinweizu’s Anatomy of female power”.2017-02-212017-02-24
10th Pan African Literacy for All (PALFA) Conference, Abuja. August 27th – 31st 2017."Literacy, oral language and rhetoric".2017-08-272017-08-31
44th Meeting of the African Literature Association (ALA), Washington DC, USA. May 23rd – 26th 2018.“Feminist stylistics in Sefi Atta’s Everything good will come”.2018-05-232018-05-26
19th Annual Africa Conference at the University of Texas at Austin, USA, March 29th – 31st 2019."Language and gender * identity in Sefi Atta’s Everything good will come".2019-03-292019-03-29