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Biography

Prof. Femi Euba

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA

Professor


Email: theuba@lsu.edu


Qualifications

1983-1987 Ph.D., University of lfe. Ile-Ife, English

1980-1982 M.A., Yale University, Afro-American Studies


Publications (Selected)

Books:

  1. Camwood at Crossroads (a novel) (PA: Xlibris, 2007)
  2. Poetics of the Creative Process: Organic Practicum to Playwriting (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, June, 2005)
  3. Archetypes, Imprecators and Victims of Fate: Origins and Developments of Satire in Black Drama(Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1989)
  4. The Gulf: a full-length play (Lagos, Nigeria: Longman, 1991)

Plays (In Database):

  1. “Riddle of the Palms,” Prism Review 2, 5 (Spring 2008): 18-41
  2. "Crocodiles," a one-act play, in Quarterly Journal of Ideology (LA: LSU in Shreveport), June, 1995
  3. "The Game," Ten One-Act Playsed., Cosmo Pieterse (London: Heinemann Educational Books, 1968)
  4. "Abiku," Five African Plays, ed. Cosmo Pieterse (London: Heinemann Educational Books, 1970)

B.B.C. Radio Monographs:

  1. The Wig and the Honeybee (1976); The Devil (1970); Chameleon (1970)
  2. Tortoise (1968); The Miser (1968) The Beggar (1968); The Game (1965)
  3. Down by the Lagoon (1965); The Telegram (1964); The Yam Debt(1963) Also in BLACK DRAMA (VA: Alexander Street Press, 2003)

In Journals and Anthologies:

  1. "A Riddle of the Palms,"Prism Review 2, 5 (Spring 2008): 18-41.
  2. "Crocodiles," a one-act play, in Quarterly Journal of Ideology (LA: LSU in   Shreveport), June, 1995
  3. "The Game," Ten One-Act Plays ed., Cosmo Pieterse (London: Heinemann Educational Books, 1968)
  4. "Abiku," Five African Plays, ed. Cosmo Pieterse (London: Heinemann Educational Books, 1970)

Essays:

  1. "Esu Elegba," Encyclopedia of African Religion, ed. Molefi Asante et al (Temple University Press, 2009)
  2. "Legba and the Politics of Metaphysics: The Trickster in Black Drama," Black Theatre in African Continuum, ed. Paul Carter Harrison, et al (Temple University Press, 2002)
  3. "Wole Soyinka" in a volume titled: Postcolonial African Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook, ed. Pushpa Parekh (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998)