Dr. Stephen Magor EllahDepartment
English & Literary StudiesDesignation
Dr Stephen Magor Ellah obtained his B.A. (Hons) in English and Literary Studies from the University of Calabar and earned his M.A. in English (Language) from the University of Ibadan where he is currently studying for his Ph.D. in English (Pragmatics). He took up a teaching appointment with the University of Calabar as an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of English and Literary Studies in April, 2013, and has now risen to the rank of Lecturer II. Mr. Stephen Magor Ellah teaches Discourse Analysis and Pragmatics, Semantics, Stylistics, English as a Second Language, Business Writing, Basic Grammar and Composition; and Topical Issues in English Language Studies. He has supervised 6 B.A. long essays. He has also served as the co-ordinator of pre-degree English. Mr. Stephen Magor Ellahâ€™s main area of interest is Pragmatics and Discourse Analysis. He is specifically interested in medical discourse and media political discourse. He has published 4 journal articles in both local and international journals; namely Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, American Journal of Linguistics, International Journal of Language and Currents in African Literature and the English Language. He has also published a book, and a book chapter in Dimensions of communication for tertiary institutions. Mr. Stephen Magor Ellah has attended 4 international conferences. He is a member of Nigerian Pragmatics Association (NPrA) and Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN). He is married to Mrs. Esther Nkakpa Ellah, and the marriage is blessed with a child.
|Ellah, S. M. 2011. Explicatures and Implicatures in the Language of Medical Reports. Unpublished M. A thesis of the Department of English, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.|
|Ellah, S. M. 2003. Chinua Achebe as a Romantic Celebrant: A Case Study of Arrow of Gods. Unpublished B. A. long essay of the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar, Calabar.|
|Ellah, S. M. 2002. The Dramatic Elements in Bakor New Yam Festival: A Case Study of Ekajuk Clan of Ogoja Local Government Area. Unpublished Oral Literature Project of the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar, Calabar.|
|Ellah, S. M. 2016.Co-operation in the Language of Selected Medical Reports in Nigeria. CALEL, Currents in African Literature and the English Language. Vii, 73 – 87|
|Ganyi,F.M., Owan, J. and Ellah, S.M. 2015. Contemporaneity, Aesthetics and Pedagogic Content of Proverbial Lore Among the Bakor of Northern Cross River State, Nigeria: A Case Study of Ekajuk Proverbs. International Journal of Language, Literature and Culture. 2(4)|
|Ellah, S. M. 2014. The Language of Industrial Actions in Nigeria. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. 4(26),133 – 138|
|Ganyi, F.M. and Ellah, S.2015. Socio-linguistics, Oral Literature as Language Socialization and Representation of Identity Among Young Nigerian Undergraduates: A Study of Unical and Crutech Slangs. American Journal of Linguistics. 4(1),1 – 10|
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|African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL)||23rd International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), Calabar. May, 2014||2014-05-23||2014-05-23|
|Arts InternationalConference||1st Faculty of Arts InternationalConference,Calabar.April,2016.||2016-04-01||2016-05-01|
|Conference on African Literature and the English Language||24th International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), Calabar. May, 2016.||2016-05-24||2016-05-24|
|International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL)||25th Silver Jubilee , Calabar. May 1 â€“ 4, 2018.||2018-05-01||2018-05-04|