Journal Articles

Ushie Joe (2007)

Literary Chat Forum: After Our Obliterature.

In: Smith, Charles, Ed. African Journal of New Poetry. Morrisville, USA: Lulu Publishing Inc. No. 4, 2007. Pages 143 – 172.
Ushie J. A.

Phases in Nigerian Poetry in English

Smith Charles, Editor-in-Chief, New Nigerian Poetry – Critical Perspectives on New Nigerian Poetry; Lulu Press Inc., USA: Progeny International (Research Confederacy on African Literature and and Culture) IRCALC, Forum Three, March 2005.
Ushie, J. A. and Aboh, R. (2014).

Lexical Innovation in Nigerian Novels: A Critical Discourse Investigation

Okike: An AfricanJournal of New Writing, 51, pages 126 – 146.
Ushie, J. A. (2012)

Managing Linguistic Taboo in Clark-Bekederemo’s Song of a Goat

ANA Review: Journal of the Association of Nigerian Authors, New Series 1. October 2012, pages 78 – 96.
Ushie J. A. (2006)

Toward Interventionist Literature in 21st Century United States.

In: Egharevba, Chris, ed. Uyo Journal of Humanities, Vol. 11 July 2006.
Ushie J. A. (2009)

Tracing Origins through Language: Bette-Bendi and Bantoid.

Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. 12, No 1, April 2009.
Ushie, J. A. (2014).

A Withering Shield: A Stylistic Study of Select Nigerian Poets.

University of Uyo Journal of Humanities, Vol. 18, January – December 2014, pages 99 – 120.
Ushie, J. A. and Uduk, H. (2013)

Language and Social Status: A Socio-stylistic Study of English in Ogali A. Ogali’s Veronica My Daughter.

Journal of Nigerian English and Literature, Department of English, University of Uyo, Vol 10, December 2013.
Ushie, J. A. and Aboh, R. (2013).

Appositive Relations and Strategic Discourse Functions in Selected Nigerian Novels.

Language in India, (13), 7, 269 – 287,
Ushie, J. A. (2017)

The Thief and the Medicine Man: Education in the Ruins of Nigeria’s Neo-colonial Economy.

University of Uyo Journal of Humanities, Vol. 21, Number 1, January – December, 2017. Pages 186 – 209.
Ushie, J. A. and Aboh, R. (2013)

“Igbo Linguistic Expressions” As Ethnic Identity in Elechi Amadi’s The Concubine

International Journal of English Language and Literature Studies, Asian Economic and Social Society, journal home page: Vol 2, Number 1, 2 March 2013. Pages 39 -53.
Ushie J. A. (2008)

The Implantation of Western Individualism in the Teaching of Kinship Terms to Nigerian Students.

In: 3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature: The South East Asian Journal of English Languages Studies, Vol. 14, 2008, pages 15 – 32.
Ushie, J. A. (2011)

The Niger Delta Crisis: Origins and Neo- colonialist Complications.

The Parnassus – University of Uyo Journal of Cultural Research, Vol. 7, 2011, Pages 48 – 81.
Ushie J. A. (2008)

Two Africas in One: Neo-colonialism and the African Writer.

The Journal of African Literature, JAL No 5 (War & Conflict). Morrisville, USA: Lulu Inc. Pages 17 – 34. Earlier published as a book chapter In: Subramaniam, G., Shanthini Pillai & H. Burhanudeen, eds, Reconstructing Realities: Occident-Orient Engagements. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Longman Pearson.
Ushie J. A. (2006).

The Challenges of the Creative Writer in the Niger Delta.

In” Asoo, Ferdinand, ed. The Ker Review: A Journal of Nigeria Literature Vol. 2, No 1&2 December 2006. Also in: Ogbowei, G. Ebinyo, ed. The Mariner – Journal of the Association of Nigerian Authors, Bayelsa State Chapter; Special Edition, September 2006. Pages 9 – 14.
Ushie J. A.

“Still Far from the Renaissance: New Nigerian Poetry as Kaleidoscope.

In” Udofot, I., ed. Journal of Nigeria English and Literature, Vol. 4, June, 2003.
Ushie, J. A. (2012)

Toward a Neo-colonialist, Stylistic Study of Current African Literature.

Gandhigram Literary Review, Vol 1, Number 1, Summer 2012, Faculty of English and Foreign Languages, Gandhigram Rurual Institute – Deemed University, Tamil Nadu, India.
Ushie, J. A. (2014)

Land, Language and African Literature in a Climate of Decay. Currents in African Literature and the English Language

Journal of the Annual International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), Department of English, University of Calabar, Vol ix May 2014. Pages 37 – 56.