Special Issue: Culture, Identity, Ethnicity, Race and Marginality: Multifarious Perspectives
Guest Edited by
*Moses Aule & **Prof. Alexander Kure (Nigeria)
*Moses Aule received his Nigeria Certificate of Education (NCE) in English/Literature from the Kaduna State College of Education Gidan Waya, Bachelor of Arts in English from Kaduna State University, Kaduna, Nigeria and Masters of Arts in English Literature at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. He is currently pursuing a PhD in English Literature at the Department of English and Literary Studies, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Moses Aule served as a Part-Time Lecturer with the General Studies Unit of the Kaduna State University where he taught Communication in English I and II for four years. He spent over a decade teaching English language and Literature-in-English in Government Secondary School, Rafin Guza, Kawo, Kaduna before gaining tenured employment as a Lecturer at the Department of English, Kaduna State College of Education, Gidan Waya, Kaduna State, Nigeria. He is the Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies (JOMUS), the Journal of the Kaduna State College of Education, Gidan WAYA. He has also served as member of the Editorial team of Turn of the Muse: A Creative Writing Anthology from Kaduna State University. He is a researcher with interest in Literary Theory, Caribbean Literature, Children's Literature, African Literature and Creative Writing. He has published copiously along these areas of interest in several journals and books and has presented well researched papers in serveral local and international conferences. His play text, Chips in the Game is read across tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
**Prof. Alexander Kure is a Professor of Comparative Literature at the Department of English and Drama, Kaduna State University, Kaduna. He is a former DVC (Administration) of Kaduna State University. He is also the immediate past Provost of Kaduna State College of Education, Gidan Waya, Kaduna State, Nigeria. His service as an Examiner and Assessor of Theses and Dissertations with Literature bias has made him a sought after across several Universities both in and outside Nigeria.
Rejection Rate: 45% (20 Articles have been selected from 42 submissions)
A Reinvention of the “Contact Zone” and the Myth of “Caribbean-ness” in Edwidge Danticat’s The Farming of Bones and Grace Nichols’s Whole of a Morning Sky
Nature as a Device in Tanure Ojaide’s The Tales of the Harmattan and Flora Nwapa’s Cassava Song and Rice Song
A Critical Analysis of Adaptation, Domestication and Foreignization as Effective Strategies for Translating Shakespeare’s Plays into Assamese