Edmund Bamiro is a Professor in the Department of English, University of Lagos. He has taught in tertiary institutions in Nigeria, Japan, Canada and the Bahamas. His areas of specialization are Sociolinguistics, Linguistic Theory, and Stylistics.
Christopher Anyokwu is an Associate Professor in the Department of English, University of Lagos, Nigeria, where he teaches Literature-in-English. His research interests include Poetry, Literary Theory, Popular Culture, and African Literature. Anyokwu is widely published in both national and international journals and books. A creative writer, he has published at least fourteen books, including plays, poetry and short fiction. He is a public intellectual and a columnist with TheNews.
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Kayode Omoniyi Ogunfolabi is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. His research interests are Trauma, Nigerian women’s fiction, post-colonial magical /marvelous realist fiction, and world cinema. He teaches Poetry, Literary Theory and Film.
Olusola Oso obtained his doctorate degree in English (Literature) from the University of Ibadan. He currently teaches in the Department of English, University of Lagos, Nigeria. His areas of specialization include African Literature, African-American Literature, Creative Writing, and Literary Theory. He has two published novels to his credit.
Abayomi Olusola Awelewa studied at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and University of Ibadan, Nigeria where he obtained his doctorate degree in English (Literature). He was a Visiting Research Student in the School of English, University of Leeds, United Kingdom in 2014. His doctoral research focused on Nigerian Diasporic/ Expatriate Literature. He is an African Humanities Program (AHP) /American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Fellow and a playwright with a published work, Dilemma of an African Prince (2004). As a researcher, his interest is in African Diaspora Literature, Migration, Trauma, Sexuality and Gender Studies. He currently teaches Literature in the Department of English, University of Lagos, Nigeria.
Helen Kokei Bassey obtained both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English (Literature) from the Department of English, University of Lagos, Nigeria. She is currently a doctoral candidate in the same department. Her research interests are: Women and Gender Studies, Critical Theories, African and African-American Literature, and Dramatic Literature.
Tolulope Deborah Iredele is a post-graduate student and researcher. Her research interests are Pragmatics and Discourse Analysis.