Ademola-Adeoye Feyisayo is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English, University of Lagos. She obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English from the Universities of Ilorin and Lagos respectively; and her doctoral degree from the University of Kwazulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. Her research interests include Syntax, Phonetics and Phonology. She has published academic papers in local and international journals.
Adeosun Oyenike is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Arts and Social Sciences Education, University of Lagos, where she teaches Curriculum and Instruction courses in English Language and Literature-in-English. In addition to her first degree in English Education from the University of Ilorin (1994), she has two Masters degrees – M.Ed. English Language and M.A Literature as well as a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism. She obtained a Ph.D. in the Teaching of English as Second Language (TESL) from the University of Ibadan in 2002. Her areas of research interest are: Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL), Literature Education, and Literacy Development. She currently finds a passion in developing creative and critical thinking of teachers and students through Language and Literature
Adepoju Babatunji Hezekiah is a Lecturer in the Department of English, University of Lagos. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Education from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and a Master of Arts in English from the University of Lagos where he is currently concluding his doctoral thesis on the language of advertising. His areas of research interest include: Systemic Functional Linguistics, English and Yoruba Phonology, Semiotics, Grammar,and Discourse Analysis.
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Adiele O. Promise is a doctoral candidate (Literature) in the Department of English, University of Lagos. His areas of research interest are: Drama, Literary Theory/Philosophy and African Literature.
Alimi Nurayn Fola obtained his doctoral degree in Drama from the University of Lagos where he teaches African and African-American Literature and Critical Theory in the Department of English. His research interests include Drama, African Diaspora Studies, and Literary Theory.
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Alo Moses is a Professor in the Department of English, University of Ibadan. His research interests are: Stylistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Socio-Stylistics, and Sociolinguistics. He is co- winner of the University of Lagos Faculty Best Researcher (FBR) award, 2010.
Anyagwa Carol Ngozi obtained her doctoral degree in Nigerian English Phonology (Language) from the University of Lagos, where she currently teaches in the Department of English. Her areas of research interest include Nigerian English Phonetics and Phonology, Morphology, Grammar and Semantics.
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Asodun Fatai obtained a Ph.D from the University of Lagos, where he currently teaches in the Department of Philosophy. His areas of specialization are: Logic, Philosophy of Science, and Philosophy of Technology.
Ayansola O. Abayomi works with the National Universities Commission, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria.
Balogun Lekan is a Senior Lecturer in Theatre Arts in the Department of Creative Arts, University of Lagos. He obtained a Ph.D in post-colonial (Shakespeare) Adaptation & Appropriation, African and Diaspora Drama / Theatre, and Intercultural Performances from the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. An internationally recognized award-winning playwright; he has written plays for the Royal Court Theatre, London; Flinn Theater; British Council, Nigeria; the National Troupe of Nigeria and Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC).
Dalamu Taofeek Olaiwola has completed a Ph.D. in English in the University of Lagos. He specializes in Systemic Functional Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, and the Language of Advertising.
Daramola Adeyemi is a Professor of English and Linguistics in the Department of English, University of Lagos. His research interests are in Systemic Functional Theory and Application: Discourse Analysis, Stylistics, Modern English Grammar, Semiotics, Applied Linguistics and Translation Processes. He was National Secretary, Nigeria English Studies Association (NESA) and currently Vice-President, Modern Language Association of Nigeria (MLAN). He was formerly the Acting Head of the Department of English, University of Lagos. He has published widely in standard journals in Africa, U.S.A., Europe and Asia.
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Faniran Keji Felix teaches in theCollege of Humanities & Culture, Department of Languages and Linguistics, Osun State University, Ikire Campus, Osogbo.
Folaranmi Abayomi is a student of the University College, London. He spent his gap year in the Department of English, University of Lagos.
Gbadebo Moses Debo is a Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy, University of Lagos. His areas of specialization are: African Philosophy, Ethics, and Philosophy of Education.
Lemoha Ositadinma is a doctoral candidate (Literature) in the Department of English, University of Lagos. Her area of research interest is Femaleness in Arab Literature.
Muo Adaobi obtained a Ph.D. in English (Literature) from the Department of English, University of Lagos. Her area of specialisation is African and African Diaspora Literature.
Obioha Robert is currently completing a doctoral programme in Literature in the Department of English, University of Lagos. He specializes in Nigerian and African Literature with research interest in Gender and Feminine Studies
Ogunbayo Sola is a poet, author and literary critic. He obtained a doctoral degree in Literature from the University of Lagos. His essays on myth criticism, border-crossing, African poetry and literary theory have featured in recognized learned journals. A regular speaker at conferences on the link between poetry and human development, Ogunbayo currently teaches literature in the Department of English, University of Lagos. He has also taught at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria.
Okafor Ebele Eucharia is a Lecturer in the department of Linguistics, African and Asian Studies, University of Lagos. She obtained a B.Ed. (Igbo), M.Ed., M.A. (Igbo Language) and Ph.D. (Igbo Literature and Gender) from the University of Lagos. Her areas of research interest are: Igbo Language, Literature and Gender Studies. She has published journal articles in these areas.
Olusegun Elijah Adeoluwa is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of English, University of Lagos.His areas of research interest are: Nigerian Literature, African Literature and Afrian-Amerian Literature.
Omoru Boghan Joy is a doctoral candidate (Literature) in the Department of English, University of Lagos. She specializes in Oral Literature and Folklore Science, with specific interest in the connection of forms/genres, gender narratives and conflict management principles.
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Onyemelukwe H. Ndubuisi is a Lecturer in the Department of English, School of Liberal Arts, Yaba College of Technology, Lagos. He obtained his Master of Arts, Master of Philosophy and doctoral degrees from the University of Ibadan. His research interests are: Stylistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Socio-Stylistics, and Sociolinguistics. He is co-winner of the University of Lagos, Faculty Best Researcher (2010) award. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orhero Mathias Iroro is a doctoral candidate in Literature at the University of Uyo, Nigeria. His areas of research interests are: African Poetry, Literary Theory, Critical Theory and Literary History. His articles have appeared in both national and international academic journals and can be accessed on Google Scholar.
Otun Ismaila Adedoyin Rasheed,professionally known as Otun Rasheed, teaches in the Department of Creative Arts, Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos, Nigeria. His areas of interest include Dramaturgy, Playwriting, Traditional and Contemporary African Drama. A playwright and dramatist, he has written several plays including: The Third World War (1999), Arugba Osun (2008) and The Gods Are Still Not To Blame (2011). He is currently a post-doctoral Research Scholar at the Department of Theatre Arts, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.
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Sobola Eniayo is a Lecturer in the Department of English, University of Lagos. His area of specialisation is Metaphor in Film Studies. His research interests include: Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguistics.
Teilanyo I. Diri teaches in the Department of English and Literature, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. Email: email@example.com.