Vol. 5, No. 4
The Triumph of Buchi Emecheta.
IN THIS ISSUE
⎈ Where Are the ‘Daughters’ of Emecheta?: Tracing Buchi Emecheta’s Influence by Elizabeth Ben-Iheanacho;
⎈ Kehinde: Mother, Woman: Identity Formation in Buchi Emecheta’s ‘Kehinde’ by Ijedike Jeboma;
⎈ Buchi Emecheta’s ‘The Joys of Motherhood’: A Precursor to Contemporary Nigerian Feminist Texts by Moboluwajidide Joseph;
⎈ Feminism vs Womanism: Scanning Buchi Emecheta’s Oeuvre by Sujarani Mathew; and
⎈ Head Above Water: The Negotiations of Buchi Emecheta by Chika Unigwe.
⎈ Books As Ammunition: How I Found Solace Rereading Buchi Emecheta’s ‘Second Class Citizen’by Ope Adedeji;
⎈ The Long Walk to Equality: Historical Influences of Women in Igbo Society by Chinenye Anikwenze; and
⎈ Everything I Desire Is For Me: I Discovered Who I Was When I Stopped Trying to Lose Weight by Oreoluwa George-Taylor.
⎈ ‘Criticism Helps Us Grow’ by Elizabeth Ben-Iheanacho; and
⎈ ‘Assume Knowledge’ by Chika Unigwe.
⎈ Cover illustration: Adanna O.
⎈ First Draft: Ojima Abalaka.
In our next issue, scholars and experts will critically discuss the road to Nigeria’s 2023 elections⎈