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Name

Dr. Anthony Ebebe Eyang

Department

English & Literary Studies

Designation

Senior Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Anthony Ebebe Eyang

Dr Anthony Ebebe Eyang joined the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar, in 1998 as a Graduate Assistant. He had his Master’s Degree (MA) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in 2002 and 2006 respectively, both from the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar, where is currently a Senior Lecturer. His research interest is in stylistics (application of linguistic skills in the interrogation of literature), African poetry and African American poetry. Dr. Eyang teaches and supervises students at both the undergraduate and post-graduate levels. He has successfully supervised master’s and doctoral theses and is engaged in the supervision of ongoing researches. He has delivered a number of public lectures and currently serves as one of the University of Calabar orators. Dr Eyang has publications in reputable foreign and local journals. He has organized local conferences and attended many conferences, including the African Literature Association (ALA) and the Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA), both of which he is a member of. As part of community responsibility, Dr. Eyang is currently the Chairperson, Academic Staff Union of Universities, University of Calabar Branch.


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Eyang, Anthony Ebebe (2005). “Literary Language as Deviance: A Stylistic Appraisal”. CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language, 3(1), 158 – 164.
Eyang, Anthony Ebebe. and Ushie, Godwin O. (2003). “Mother Tongue Literacy and Democracy: The Case of Bekwarra in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Literacy and Reading, 1(1),58 – 62.
Oben, Bassey O. and Eyang, Anthony Ebebe (2016). From Quest to Self Discovery – The Return of the Prodigal Son in Search of His Identity: A Reflection on Etienne Goyemide’s Le Silence de La Foret”. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 13, 75 – 88.
Eyang, Anthony Ebebe and Okune, Sunday Tasen. (2017). “Intertextuality as Creativity: An Analytical Discourse”. IJOLAC: International Journal of Linguistics and Communication, 4(2), 118 - 130.
Eyang, Anthony Ebebe (2004). “Language Acquisition and Language Processing Strategies of the Child”. CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language, 2(1),279 – 286.
Eyang, Anthony Ebebe and Okune, S. T. (2004). “The Value of the Literary Critic in Literature” Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities, 5(1),148 – 155.
Eyang, Anthony Ebebe (2002). “Symbolism within the Absurdist Aesthetic in Tewfik al Halim’s Fate of a Cockroach”. Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities, 3(2), 71 – 80.
Eyang, Anthony Ebebe and Okpiliya, James, O. (2003). The Civil Service in Fiction: The Ways of the Bureaucracy in Gimba’s Sunset for a Mandarin”. Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities, 4(1), 116 – 125.
Eyang Anthony Ebebe (2016). Historical Allusions as Stylistic Strategy in the Poetry of Langston Hughes”. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 13(2), 48 – 59.
Ganyi, Francis M. and Eyang Anthony Ebebe (2014). Human Folly Vs the Devil’s Intelligence: A Study of Christopher Marlowe’s Dr Faustus as a Paradox of the English Renaissance Society” MAJELS: Madonna Journal of English and Literary Studies, 2(5), 79 – 93.
Eyang, Anthony Ebebe (2014). Refiguring the African Image in the Counter Hegemonic Discourse of the Bestial Other in the Poetry of Claude McKay and Langston Hughes. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 11(3),101 – 109.
Eyang, Anthony Ebebe (2016). The Use of Metafunctional Discourse as Stylistic Strategy in the Poetry of Claude McKay and Countee Cullen. Gandhigram Literary Review, 5, 77 – 96.
Eyang, Anthony Ebebe and Okpiliya, James, O. (2003). “Symbolism in Femi Osofisan’s Another Raft: An Analytical Discourse”. Theatre Studies Review, 3(1), 1 – 16.
Okune, S. T. and Eyang, Anthony Ebebe. (2004). “Reading and Creativity: A Probe Beyond the Surface”. CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, 6(2),128 – 139.
Eyang Anthony Ebebe and Edung, Augustine (2017). The Dynamics of Economism and Human Trafficking in Chika Unigwe’s On Black Sisters’ Street and Ifeoma Chinwuba’s Merchants of Flesh. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 14(2), 104 – 121.
Eyang, Anthony Ebebe (2016). Style and the Representation of Agony in Countee Cullen’s Poetry. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 13(3),91 – 111.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
American Studies Association of Nigeria (ASAN)American Studies Association of Nigeria (ASAN), Ibadan, October 7 – 10, 20042004-10-072004-10-10
African Literature Association (ALA).African Literature Association (ALA), Accra, Ghana, May 17 – 21, 20062006-05-172006-05-21
International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL).International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), Calabar; May 5 – 8, 2012; May 1 – 4, 2014; May 5 – 8, 2016 2012-05-052012-05-08
African Literature Association (ALA)African Literature Association (ALA), Bayreuth, Germany, June 3 – 6, 2015 2015-06-032015-06-06
African Literature Association (ALA).African Literature Association (ALA), Atlanta, USA, April 6 – 9, 20162016-04-062016-04-09
poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA)Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA), Cagliari, Italy, July 27 – 30, 20162016-07-272016-07-30
African Literature Association (ALA).African Literature Association (ALA), Washington DC, USA, May 23 – 26, 20182018-05-232018-05-26