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Name

Dr. Gloria Eme Worugji

Department

English & Literary Studies

Designation

Associate Professor

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Gloria Eme Worugji

I am a dedicated Staff of the University. I love reading, cooking/ other domestic activities, drilling my students on Academic activities and above all Preaching Jesus Christ to people. I love the LORD completely.


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Worugji, G.E . (2010). Redefinition of the Position of Women in Osonye Tess Onwueme’s Play The Reign of Wazobia. LWATI A Journal of Contemporary Research, 7(2),196-205.  
Simon, E., & Worugji, G.E.(2006).The Ogbanje Myth and Superstition in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Grace Osifo’s Dizzy Angel.Education for Today, 6(2),131-142.
Worugji, G.E.& Akpan, B. (2017). Marginalization of Women in John Pepper Clark’s, The Wives Revolt. NDUNODE Faculty of Arts Journal,12(1), 351- 361.          
Worugji, G.E. (2011). Protest Against Racial Discrimination in Tess Onwueme’s Play Riot in Heaven. African Research Review, 5(4,21), 327-341.
 Worugji, G.E. (2007). The Exploration of Cultural Conflict in Okot p’ Bitek’s Song of Lawino (1972) and Song of O’col (1972). Global Journal of Humanities, 6(1,2), 1-5.
Worugji, G.E. (2005). The Perception of Woman in a Patriarchal African Society: A Study of The Concubine by Elechi Amadi. in Trends in the Study of Languages & Linguistics in Nigeria: A Festschrift for Philip Akujuoobi Nwachukwu. Ed. Ozo-mekuri Ndimele. Enugu: University of Nigeria Nsukka, 315-321.
Worugji, G.E. (2015). Women literacy in Elechi Amadi’s Estrangement. ANSU Journal of Language and Literary Studies, 2(1), 131-136.
Worugji, G.E. (2015). Women, Revolt, Change and Development in Tess Onwueme’s The Reign of Wazobia. CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 19(1), 90-97.
Worugji, G.E. (2010). A Call for Change Traditional African Value and Modern Africa in the Play The Broken Calabash by Tess Osonye Onwueme. LWATI A Journal of Contemporary Research, 7(4),100 -106.
Worugji, G.E.(2014). A Critical Analysis of Canice Nwankwo’s Hopes of the Living. Masterpieces of African Literature.1.Eds.Eko, Ebele, Kalu Uka, Ude Eko, Bassey Ekpenyong, Joe Ushie, Ini Uko, and Peter Onwudinjo. Lagos: A Mace Books/Sunbird Africa Media Production, 365-372.            
Worugji, G.E. (2012). The Woman as Male Appendage: A Critical Examination of the Position of Major Female Characters in Elechi Amadi’s The Concubine. ICHEKE: Journal of Faculty of Humanities, 10(1), 19 -28.
Worugji, G.E. (2014). A Critical Analysis of Ola Rotimi’s Ovonranwem Nogbasi. Masterpieces of African Literature. 1. Eds. Eko Ebele, Kalu Uka, Ude Eko, Bassey Ekpenyong, Joe Ushie, Ini Uko, and Peter Onwudinjo. Lagos: A Mace Books Sunbird Africa Media Production, 419-426.              
Simon, E., Worugji, G.E. (2008). The Feminine Sphere in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart. The Ker Review: A Journal of Nigerian Literature, 4(2), 64 -78.
Worugji, G.E. (2008).The Theme of Marriage in Dear Ramatoulaye as a Response to Mariama Ba’s So Long a Letter. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 5, 192-203.
Worugji, G.E., Osim, S.,& Simon, E. (2009). The African Traditional Society and the Woman in Selected Literary Works of African Male-Authors. International Journal of Sustainable Development, 2(6), 110-116.
Worugji, G.E. (2014). Woman The Enemy Within: An Examination of Tess Onwueme’s Tell it to Women. Freedom, Self-Determination and Growth in Africa. Eds. K.I. Owete, etal, Berlin, 176 -195.                                                                  
Worugji, G.E. (2009). Dramatizing the Niger Delta Experience: Nwamuo’s Premiere Production of Tess Onwueme’s Then She Said It. The Dramaturgy of Liberation and Survival: Festschrift Essays on Chris Nwamuo’s Scholarship. Eds. Esekong H. Andrew and Babson Ajibade. Calabar: University of Calabar Press, 115 - 126.
Worugji, G.E. (2014). Socio-economic satire in Tess Onwueme’s Ban Empty Barn. WATPAJO: West African Theatre and Performing Arts Journal, 2(1), 32- 44.
Worugji, G E. (2006). Womanhood and the Concept of Slave in Buchi Emecheta’s  The Slave Girl and Elechi Amadi’s The Slave. Education for Today, 6(1), 93- 108.       
Simon, E.D., Worugji, G.E. (2014). The African Feminist Ideology and Independent Woman in Flora Nwapa’s Efuru and Zaynab Alkali’s The Still Born. Contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies, Netherlands. 1(1), 100 - 107.
 Worugji, G.E, Enamhe, B., & Simon, E. (2007). The Image of Women: Custom and Modernity in James Ene Henshaw’s Selected Plays. Applause Journal of Theatre and Media Studies.1(3), 141-158.
Worugji, G.E. (2016). The Perception and experiences of Women at War in Elechi Amadi’s The Great Ponds. Contemporary Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 5(3), 308 -316.
Worugji, G.E., Osim, S. & Enamhe, B. (2008). Socio-economic/Political Satire in Three Plays by Tess Onwueme. SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs. 11(1), 133-138.
Worugji, G.E, Enamhe, B. (2014). Socio-political Satire in the play The Desert Encroaches by Tess Onwueme . The African Pentecost: Journal of Theology, Psychology and Social Work, 270 - 282.
Worugji, G.E. (2006). Drama As Instrument for Child Development. Applause: Journal of Theatre and Media Studies, 1(2), 15-30.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
“Redefinition of the Position of Women in Osonye Tess Onwueme’s Play The Reign of Wazobia”Toyin Falola African Conference, Nigeria. . Paper presented. 2nd to 4th July 2012. Published. 2012-07-022012-07-04
Paper presented,“Tess Onwueme’s Ban Empty Barn as a Reflection of The Nigerian Economy”.Society of Nigerian Theatre Artists 10th Annual Conference, University of Uyo,12th to 15th September, 2012. Published. 2012-09-122012-09-15
“Protest and Revolt in J.P. Clark’s The Wives Revolt”.Toyin Falola African Conference, University of Texas Austin, USA. Paper presented. 27th to 31st March, 2013. Published. 2013-03-272013-03-31
“Motherhood as the Bane of Woman’s Fulfillment in Marriage in Selected Fictions of Akachi Ezeigbo”International Conference on African Literature and English Language Annual Convention, University of Calabar, Calabar. XPaper presented. 7th to 11th May, 2013. Published.2013-05-072013-05-11
“Elechi Amadi’s Estrangement: A Product of Post War Experiences of Women in Kenke-Village Aluu - Port-Harcourt, Rivers State of Nigeria”,Toyin Falola African Conference, Leed City University, Nigeria. Paper presented, Monday 1st to 3rd July, 2013. Published. 2013-07-012013-07-03
“Woman: The Enemy Within: An Examination of Tess Onwueme’s Tell it to Women”African Berlin International Conference, Germany. . Paper presented. 25th to 30th August, 2013. (Published).2013-08-252013-08-30
“Revolts and Change in Tess Onwueme’s Revolt and Change in Tess Onwueme’s The Reign of Wazobia”.African Berlin International Conference Nigeria. Paper presented. ,25th to 28th February, 2014. Published. 2014-02-252014-02-28
“Theatre for Quality and Self Determination for Change: An Examination of Womens’ Experience in the Niger Delta in Tess Onwueme’s What Mama Said”.40th Annual Conference of the African Literature Association at the University of Witwaterstrand, Johannesburg. Paper presented, 9th to 13th April, 2014. Published. 2014-04-092014-04-13
“The Perception and Experiences of Women at War in Elechi Amadi’s The Great Ponds”. Researchers International Network Conference, University of Ghana. Paper presented 13th to 16th October, 2015. Published.2015-10-132015-10-16
“Women, Revolt, Change and Development in Tess Onwueme’s The Reign of Wazobia. Faculty of Arts International Conference, University of Calabar. Paper presented. 2nd to 5th May, 2016. Published. 2016-05-022016-05-05
“The Woman as a Male Appendage: A Critical Examination of the Position of Major Female Characters in Elechi Amadi’s The Concubine”.Historical Society of Nigeria Annual Conference Ignatius Ajuru University in collaboration with University of Port-Harcourt. Paper presented 14th -16th, October 2016. Published.2016-10-142016-10-16