Augustina Edem Dzregah
Dr. Augustina Dzregah joined the Department of English in 1997 as a Lecturer and then proceeded in 1998 to do her PhD at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She returned to University of Ghana in 2004 and has been in the English Department to date.
Gender issues in African and African American Literature
ENGL 213 Survey of English Literary History
ENGL 214 Critical Reading of Literary Texts
ENGL 343 Practice in Criticism
ENGL 443 Ghanaian Literature
ENGL 444 Masterpieces of World Literature
ENGL 374 Masterpieces of American Literature
“Female Bonding and Self-Liberation in Sula.” Gumaga: International Journal of Language and Literature. No 2. May, 2012 - Journal of the University of Education, Winneba. 18-33.
“Searching for the Self: Anowa and the Expression of an African Feminist Identity.” Lagos Review of English Studies: A Journal of Language and Literary Studies. Dept. of English, Univ. of Lagos. 17. 1 (2012). 167-183.
“Culture, Oppression and the Gendered Subject in the Woman Warrior.” Eureka: Unilag. A Journal of Humanistic Studies. 2. 3 (2012). 175-179.
Lifting the Veil of Darkness: The Treatment of Violence in selected African Writers’ Works. Forthcoming November, 2011.
Masculinity Themes and Feminist Influences. Legon Journal of Humanities, 2007.
The Poetry and Lives of Dove, Clifton, Evans and Koumanyakaa. Contemporary American Ethnic Poets. Ed. Linda Cullum. Greenwood Press, 2004.
The Violence Within: Issues of American Masculinity in Joyce Carol Oates’ Wonderland.
10th Annual Faculty of Arts Colloquium. Univ. of Ghana. April 17-18, 2012.
Narrating (His)tories: Storytelling in/about West Africa Conference. Goethe Institute. Accra. Oct. 18-20, 2012.
11th Annual Faculty of Arts Colloquium, University of Ghana, 16-17 April, 2013
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