Gloria Monica Tobechukwu Emezue (also known as G.M.T Emezue) is a Professor of English and a Post-Doctoral fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies' African Humanities Program. She is also a fellow of International League of Conservation Writers.
Her major research foci include Postcolonial studies, Gender studies and Digital Humanities.
Gloria Monica Tobechukwu Emezue (also known as G.M.T Emezue) is Professor of English in the Department of Languages/Linguistics and Literary Studies of the Federal University Ndufu Alike Ikwo, Ebonyi State, Nigeria.
She had her Ph.D in English and Literary Studies (Major: Poetry (African), Literary Theories and Criticism) from the University of Calabar and M.A Comparative Literature from the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
The FUNAI Faculty of Humanities’ Proposal Writing Workshop aims at helping prospective applicants prepare for several international competitions like the annual African Humanities Program and Next Generation Program competitions.Read More
The English Language Enhancement programme (hereafter known as LEP) in FUNAI is the brainchild of the current Vice Chancellor of FUNAI, Prof Chinedum Nwajiuba, who not only felt alarmed, but also brought up suggestions that could stem the rising rate of Nigeria’s graduate’s poor usages in English Language.Read More
GMT Emezue is a member of the Kanene Academic Research Center (also known as KARC). KARC is made up of teams of international professionals who provide supplementary support services for all types of scholarly writings both within and outside the academia.Read More
Prof G.M.T Emezue was a participant at the 2018 African Studies Association’s conference, where she made a paper presentation