Pauline A. Uwakweh

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentEnglish

Phone336-285-2343

Fax336-334-3342

Emailpauwakwe@ncat.edu

OfficeGeneral Classroom Building
Room: 446

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Pauline A. Uwakweh

Education

Ph D: Literature , Temple University, 1995

MA: English & Literary Studies, University of Calabar, 1985

BA: Literature , University of Port-Harcourt , 1982


Research Interests

Dr. Uwakweh's research explores literary representations of women in war and conflicts, migration and impact on female identity, globalization and childhood in African literature.


Recent Publications

Uwakweh, Pauline  (2017).  African Women Under Fire: Literary Discourses in War and Conflict.  In Pauline Ada Uwakweh    Lexington Books .

Uwakweh, Pauline  (2017).  “Introduction: Exploring African Women and the War Experience —A Critical Update.  In Pauline Ada Uwakweh,  African Women Under Fire: Literary Discourses in War and Conflict   Lexington Books.

Uwakweh, Pauline  (2017).  “Memoir versus Fiction: Narrating Trauma in Girl Soldier: A Story of Hope for Northern Uganda's Children and Thirty Girls”.  In Pauline Ada Uwakweh,  African Women Under Fire: Literary Discourses in War and Conflict   Lexington Books.

Uwakweh, Pauline  (2013).  " (Re)Configuring African Migration Since the Last Forty Years - Issues, Concepts and Contexts." .  Engaging the Diaspora: Migration and African Families.    Lexington Books.

Uwakweh, Pauline  (2013).  "Negotiating Marriage and Motherhood: A Critical Perspective on the Immigration Narratives of Buchi Emecheta and Chimamanda Adichie" .  Engaging the Diaspora: Migration and African Families.    Lexington Books. .

Uwakweh, Pauline  ROTICH, JERONO  Okpala, Comfort  (2013).  Engaging the Diaspora Migration and African Families. .  (1,  ).  Lexington Books, 2013. .

Uwakweh, Pauline  (2012).  "Reconstructing Masculinity and Femininity in African War Narratives: The Youth in Chimamanda Adichie's Half of a Yellow Sun and Gorretti Kyomuhendo's Waiting: A Novel of Uganda at War" .  In Abioseh Porter,  Journal of African Literature Association   ( 1,  7 ,  pp. 82-106 ).  Journal of African Literature Association .