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Dieke Ikenna

Fine And Applied Arts
University of Nigeria


Ikenna Dieke is a professor in comparative black literature: African, African American, Caribbean, and Afro-Latin. His research interests comprise critical race theory, the black Atlantic, postcoloniality, modernism, and postmodernism I African and African Diaspora literature. He teaches introduction to Nigerian and African literature, African fiction,, studies in fiction, the novel, comparative studies in fiction, African and Caribbean literature, and Caribbean and commonwealth literature, American literature survey I &II, and American and Afro-American literature. He has supervised countless doctoral students over a twenty-year period. He has worked in different school settings, both flagship white institutions and historically black colleges and universities all in the United States of America over a thirty-year period. He has published numerous articles in a number of international refereed scholarly journals. He is the author of several books published by reputable publishing houses in the united states. He has presented papers at more than fifty conferences. He is a pround recipient of several grants, awards and honourable mentions, including finalist, five star faculty teaching award at the University of Arizona, USA as well as Honree, the 2002 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. distinguished Leadership award, African American cultural center, university of Arizona.

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