Dr. Eugene Ngezem
Dr. Eugene Ngezem, is a tenured Associate Professor of English who holds a B.A. in English, an M. A. in English Literature, and Ph.D. in English Literature, with distinction.
Dr. Ngezem has been a college/ university professor for more than a dozen years. Beyond teaching at the University of Yaoundé (Cameroon) and at Birla College, India, he has taught in several institutions in the U.S., including Messiah College (Pa), Shippensburg University (Pa), Murray State University (KY), and at Clayton State University, where he currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses.
Dr. Ngezem’s scholarship varies, but focuses primarily on modern and contemporary English literature. He has published in 19th-century British literature, world literature, and postcolonial literature. Dr. Ngezem has published about two dozen essays in peer-reviewed journals in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Africa. He has also presented several juried papers at international and national conferences in the U.S., Africa and Asia.