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Chidi Maduka

EMAIL: profmaduka@yahoo.com
PHONE: 08056106321
ADDRESS: University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt Secretariat, Neni Town Union of Nigeria, Neni, Anaocha LGA Anambra State
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Taking exercise, reading text on the universe, reading the tenets various religions, reading lives of Saints
MEMBERSHIP STATUS: Fellow
YEAR OF INDUCTION/ADMISSION:
2008
POST HELD: N/A
MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEE: N/A



INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION: Department of English Studies / Comparative Literature Programme, University of Port Harcourt
SPECIALTIES: Theory of Literature, Theory and Practice of Comparative Literature, Anglophone Literatures of Africa and the Diaspora, Francophone Literatures of Africa and the Diaspora, Igbo Literature, 19th Century European Literature: English, French and German, Use of African Languages in Literature
APPOINTMENTS: N/A
PARTICIPATION IN GRANTS AND INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS/PROJECTS: N/A
COMMUNITY SERVICE: N/A

Biography

Name: Chidi T. Maduka
Date of Birth: March 4, 1940
Status: Professor of Comparative Literature
Affiliation: Comparative Literature Programme / Department of English Studies, University of Port Harcourt
Wife: Ngozi P. Maduka, Principal Assistant Registrar, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt
Education: Cambridge West African Certificate (1958) Ibo National High School Aba,
Teachers Grade II Certificate (1960) St Charles College,Onitsha,
Nigeria Certificate in Education (1965) English and French (Alvan Ikoku College of Education, Owerri
Degrees, B.A. French (1968) Laval University, Quebec (Canada), M.A. French 1971 Laval University, Quebec, Ph.d Comparative Literature (1976) – University of Iowa, Iowa City (USA)
Some Publications
The Intellectual and thePower Structure: Abrahams, Achebe, Wright and Flaubert (1999). Uniport Press, Port Harcourt and Ahmadu Bello University Press, Zaria
Across Frontiers: Comparative Literature and National Integration, 1994, Uniport Press, Port Harcourt
Taming the Beast in the Body Politic: Culture, Nationhood and the Imperative of Order in Nigeria (2010), Uniport Press Port Harcourt

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