Dr. Eucharia
Ebele Okafor

Ebele Eucharia Okafor, Ph.D., is a lecturer in the Department of Linguistics, African & Asian Studies at the University of Lagos, where she teaches Igbo language, literature/gender, culture and literary stylistics.

She obtained her first degree in Igbo Education, two master’s degrees in Educational Administration and Igbo Language, as well as Ph.D. in Igbo Literature and Gender from the University of Lagos. Her research activities range from Igbo language, literature, gender studies and literary theory. She has published journal articles in these areas in Africa and U.S.A.

She currently has passion in literary studies, gender studies, literary theories and stylistics.

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Explore the Fascinating World of Igbo language, Literature, culture and Gender with Dr. Ebele's profound books.

Engaging writing style that simplifies complex concepts in Igbo Culture

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Gender and Family Decision Making in Igbo Literature

Read Popular Papers written by Dr. Ebele Okafor

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Assimilation in the Mkporo Dialect of Igbo (2004)
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GENDER PORTRAYAL IN SELECTED EARLY MALE AND FEMALE-AUTHORED IGBO NOVELS: UBESIE’S ISI AKWỤ DARA N’ALA AND ONWUCHEKWA’S CHINAAGỌRỌM (2017)
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GENDER PORTRAYAL IN SELECTED EARLY AND LATER POST-WAR MALE AND FEMALE-AUTHORED IGBO NOVELS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS (2015)
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The African and Igbo culture is truly unique.

Featured Publication on Igbo and African Culture

Aspects of African Traditional Culture in Soyinka’s Death and The King’s Horseman (1975) and Osita Ezenwanebe’s Shadows On Arrival (2012)

By: Osita C. Ezenwanebe and Ebele Okafor (2019).

In their insightful analysis, Ezenwanebe and Okafor (2019) shed light on the profound exploration of African traditional culture in two significant literary works: Wole Soyinka's Death and The King’s Horseman (1975) and Osita Ezenwanebe’s Shadows On Arrival (2012).

These masterpieces intricately weave themes of ritual, ancestral beliefs, and the clash of cultures, providing a captivating portrayal of the rich tapestry that is African heritage.

Dr. Ebele's session helped me understand the complexities of phonetics for my project in a way I couldn't grasp before. Her passion for Igbo Culture is contagious!

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