Victor C. Ariole is a Professor of French and Francophone Studies at the University of Lagos. He has been teaching, doing research work and performing administrative duties in the University as either Head of Department or Committee Member of some Senate Committees of the University. He is the Financial Secretary of Nigerian Academy of Letters, Fellow of the Nigerian Institute of Management, Chartered Administrator(MNIA),
Vice President of West African Institute of Translators and Interpreters. He has travelled wide and published over 100 papers in both local and international journals. He is the author of four novels via: The Underclass in Biafra, When Women Take Over , Les Femmes au Pouvoir and Les Sans Culottes au Bia-Fara and over fifteen books on Africa, World and Francophone Issues.
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Isiguzo Destiny Chikwurah teaches in the Department of English Language and Literature, Abia State University, Uturu. His research interest is in Environmental Humanities (Literature) and Film Studies (Nollywood).
Gabriel Kosiso Okonkwo holds a doctorate degree in Literature from the University of Ibadan. He is a radical literary scholar with strong predilection for creative writing. His research interest is in African Literature, with particular bias for Law and Literature, and Growth Literature. He is currently a lecturer at Chrisland University, Abeokuta, and anAdjunct Lecturer at the University of Ibadan. He is the author of Bleeding Thoughts; a collection of thought-provoking poems on the postmodern realities of the 21st century world; Testament to Throes (a novel), and Fighting the Mulish Monsters (a novel). Gabriel Okonkwo is the current General Secretary of the Association of Nigerian Authors, Oyo State Chapter.
Abdul Sunokpera teaches in the Department of English and Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences, Kwara State University, Malete, Ilorin. His research interest is in Text Linguistics (with particular focus on Discourse Studies), Syntax and Phonology. His current work is in Political Discourse. He has authored a book, A Basic Grammar of English for Schools and Colleges (1997). Sonukpera is currently a doctoral student in the Department of English, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife (OAU).
Solomon Omatsola Azumurana is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos, Akoka. His research interest is in the Comparative study of African and African-American novels; Gender Studies with particular emphasis on women writings; and the interface between works of fiction and literary theories.
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Samuel Ifeoluwa Oluwadare is a graduate of English and International Studies from Osun State University. He proceeded to the University of Lagos to obtain a Master’s degree in English Literature, and graduated with distinction. His interest in Literature is particularly geared toward literary theory and criticism.
Carol Ngozi Anyagwa is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English, University of Lagos. Her research interests are in the area of English Phonetics and Phonology, Second Language Acquisition, Sociophonetics, Semantics, Social Media Discourse, Language Change and Nigerian English. She has published in several academic journals both locally and internationally.
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