About

Waliya Yohanna Joseph is a Nigerian digital Poet, Novelist and Playwright. He writes in English and French. Among his works are: La révolte de vie (play), Monde 2.0 (play), Hégémonie Disparue (novel), Quand l’Afrique se lèvera (novel), and Les dieux et leurs subalternes ont tort (collection of poems) etc. He is a Graduate Assistant in the Department of Modern Languages and Translation Studies, University of Calabar, Nigeria.

 

Waliya Yohanna Joseph est né à Jilang (Kafin-Hausa) au Nigeria. Il a commencé à apprendre le français à l’Alliance française de l’Université de Maiduguri. En 2010, il a obtenu la licence en Religion (B.A. Religion) de Nations University®, West Monroe, USA. Dans le même temps, à l’Université de Calabar, il a procuré la Licence ès lettres modernes. Il a fait son stage linguistique à l’Université de Yaoundé-Sud, Joseph Ndi-Samba, au Cameroun en 2013. Sensible à toutes les injustices, Waliya croit fermement à l’avènement d’un monde meilleur. Il est également auteur de « The Sin Against The Holy Ghost », « Overcoming Satanic Strategies », « The Prayer of the Dead Man », «Do you have the Stamp of God’s Ownership? » «Who Am I If I received The Holy Spirit ? », etc.

Education

2011-2014: B.A. Modern Languages, University of Calabar.

2008-2010: B.A. Religion Studies, NationsUniversity

Other Publications

 

 

 

Wilson-Ama’Echefu, Karen M. and Yohanna Joseph Waliya. “Niger: Modern and Contemporary Performance Practice.” The SAGE International Encyclopedia of Music and Culture. Ed. Janet Sturman. Thousand Oaks,: SAGE Publications, Inc., 2019. 1585-1587. SAGE Knowledge. Web. 23 May. 2019, doi: 10.4135/9781483317731.n521.

Calabar Lesbian Cryptic Languages

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/320555745_Calabar_lesbian_cryptic_languages, October, 2017.

Contrastive study of the trend of metamorphosis of political activism using theatre in the twentieth and twenty-first century

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/320175627_Contrastive_study_of_the_trend_of_metamorphosis_of_political_activism_using_theatre_in_the_twentieth_and_twenty-first_century, June 2017.

« C’est tout bon ! » de Corinne Albaut comme poésie numérique : Relation entre le texte et l’image.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/324517776_C’est_tout_bon_de_Corinne_Albaut_comme_poesie_numerique_Relation_entre_le_texte_et_l’image, January 2018.

Projects

Short Novel (Ekang), Technolingualism and Multilingualism on The Web 3.0: A Case Study of the Usbek et Rica Blog

Memberships

Digital Humanities Association of Nigeria (DHAN)

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