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Godfrey Okoye University

Ugwuomu-Nike,

P.M.B 01014,

Thinkers Corner, Enugu-Nigeria

Phone no.: +234(0)8056948248

Website: christiananieke.net

Email: christiananieke2@gmail.com

Rev. Prof. Dr Christian Anieke, Eb. (Mitterkirchen/Austria)

EDUCATION

University of Innsbruck, Austria/ Bath Language School, United Kingdom

Doctor of Philosophy: English and American Literature Comparative

2005

 

University of Innsbruck, Austria

Master of Philosophy: English and America Literature

2004

 

University of Innsbruck, Austria

Master of Theology: Theology

2000

 

Urban University, Rome

Bachelor of Philosophy: Philosophy

1994

 

University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Bachelor of Education: English

1989

ACADEMIC/

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCES AND POSITIONS HELD

 

Vice Chancellor of Godfrey Okoye University

 

2009 – Date

 

Professor of English

Godfrey Okoye University

2009 – Date

 

Advisor

Reverse Migration

2016 – Date

 

Professor of English

ESUT, Enugu

2007

 

Visiting Professor of English

ESUT, Enugu

2006

 

Provost of Institute of Ecumenical Education (IECE)

Enugu

2006 – 2009

 

Director of GO Uni Radio106.9fm

2014 – Date

 

Director of Godfrey Okoye University Group of Institutions

2009 – Date

 

Director of Institute of  Chinua Achebe Studies

2016

 

Enugu Diocesan Education Adviser

2009 – Date

 

Managing Director, Austrian Center for Social Welfare and Research

2006 – Date

 

Rector, Omnium Sanctorum Catholic Chaplaincy

Enugu

2006 – Date

 

Director of St Mary’s Ecumenical Secondary School

Ngbo, Abakaliki

2006 – Date

 

Director of St Mary’s Ecumenical Primary School

Enugu

2006 – Date

 

English Language Teacher, Spiritual Year Seminary

Imezi Owa

1990

 

English Language Teacher, Sacred Heart Junior Seminary

Nsude

1989 – 1990

Titles and Awards

Ehrenburger (Eb.) 

Honorary citizen of Mitterkirchen, Austria

 

 

Honorary Citizen

Mitterkirchen, Austria

 

 

Ezeudo Gburu Gburu of Umumba Ndiagu (Traditional title) 

Ezeagu Local Government, Enugu State

 

 

Ambassador of Peace in Nigeria

 

 

First Class Award for PhD, Innsbruck

 

 

First Class Award for Master of Philosophy, Innsbruck

 

 

First Class Award for Master of Theology, Innsbruck

 

 

Best Student Award, Owerri

 

publications 

Anieke, C.,  Igwedibia A. E and Ezeaku, K (2019). An Analysis of Chinua Achebe's Girls At War and Others Stories: A Theoretical Interpretation. International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature.

 

 

Anieke, C.C., Igwedibia A. E and Ogbonna, J (2019).An Application of Relevance Theory to Osofiason's Morountodu. Ikoro International Journal of Contemporary African Studies. Vol.12, N0. 1.

 

 

Anieke, C.C,  Igwedibia A. E, Okeke, A. and Ozouri, I.I (2010). The Relevance of Self Awareness in Maya Angelou's "Still I Rise" International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature.

 

 

Anieke, C.C.,  Igwedibia A. E, Okeke, A. and Okwelu, N.B (2019), Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americana: A Relevance Theoretical Studies. Ikoro International Journal of Contemporary African Studies, Vol. 12, N0. 1.

 

 

Anieke, C.,  Igwedibia A. E, Okeke, A. and Chikwadoeze, C. (2019), An Interpretation of Chinua Achebe's Arrow of God Using Relevance Theory of Pragmatics. Ikoro International Journal of Contemporary African Studies. Vol. 12, N0. 1.

 

 

Anieke, C.,  Obasikene, J. and Okeke E.N. (2016). Communication in English for Higher Education. Enugu: His Glory Publications.

 

 

Anieke, C.C.,  Njoku, M.G. and McDevitt P.J. (2015). Frontiers in Education: Advances, Issues and New Perspectives. Enugu: ABIC Books

 

 

Anieke, C. (2014). La Trilogie de Chinua Achebe: Une etude de la communication biculturelle. Enugu: ABIC Books

 

 

Anieke, C.C., and Njoku, M.G. (2011). Stories of Peace. (Eds.). Enugu: New Generation Publications

 

 

Anieke, C.C. (2009). Njem Goliver Jere (A Translation of Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels into Igbo) Editor/Commentator

 

 

Anieke, C. C. (2008). A Dictionary of German, English and Igbo

 

 

Anieke, C. C. (2005). Intercultural Problems of Communication: the (Re) Presentation of the Igbo People and their Culture in Achebe”s Things Fall Apart, Arrow of God and No Longer at Ease

 

 

Anieke, C. C. (2004). The Representation of the Igbo People and Culture in Achebe’s Things Fall Apart

 

 

Anieke, C. C. (2002). Hybrid Formations in English. Munich, Germany

 

 

Anieke C.C. (2000). The Symbol of the Dove at the Baptism of Christ

 

 

Anieke C.C. (1996). Enwizdomization Forum (Co-Ed). Journal of Philosophy, Seat of Wisdom Seminary, Owerri

 

 

Anieke C.C. (1994). Metaphysics as a Natural Disposition in the Philosophy of Immanuel Kant

 

Conference Presentations

Anieke, C.C. (2013). Criteria for Aesthetic Judgment in the Igbo Traditional Society. Presented at International Conference on Post Colonial Literature, Innsbruck

 

 

Anieke, C. C. (2010). Caritas in Veritatae, International Conference on Papal Encyclical at Rome.

 

 

Anieke, C.C. (2007).  The Difficulties of Translating Swift’s Gollivers Travels into Igbo presented at International Conference on Literature in English, Barcelona

 

 

Anieke, C.C. (2006). Reappraising the Achievements of Chinua Achebe in his Novelistic Trilogy. Presented at a Conference marking the 25th anniversary of the institute of ecumenical education, Enugu.

 

 

Anieke, C.C. (2006). Nature of Ecumenical Education. Presented at a Conference marking the 25th Anniversary of the Institute of Ecumenical Education, Enugu.

 

 

Anieke, C.C. (2006). Slavery in Literature: An African Perspective Presented at International Conference on Post Colonial Literature, Innsbruck

 

 

Anieke, C.C. (2005). Intercultural Problems of Communication and Understanding in Achebe’s Novels. Presented at International Conference on Literature in English, Innsbruck

 

 

Anieke, C.C. (2005). Intercultural Problems of Communication and Understanding in Achebe’s Novels. Presented at International Conference on Post Colonial Literature, Innsbruck

 

 

 

Anieke, C.C. (2004). Chinua Achebe and Misrepresentation of African Women in Things Fall Apart. Presented at a Faculty Seminar, Innsbruck

 

community services and achievements

Grand Patron of Police Community Relation Committee,

Ezeagu Division

2011 – Date

 

 

 

Founder, Godfrey Okoye University

2009

 

Member of NUC Accreditation Panel

2008 – 2010

 

Chaplain, Omnium Sanctorum Chaplaincy

2009 – Date

 

Building of Godfrey Okoye University Community Health Center at Ugwuomu Nike

2008

 

Establishment of a Youth Center for discovering and encouraging young and talented people

2008

 

Promotion of English Language Teaching by funding the English Language Association of Nigeria

2007

 

Establishment of Austrian Centre for Social Welfare and Research for giving movement aids and funds to the handicapped

2006

 

Establishment of Scholarship Scheme for poor pupils

and students

2006

 

Establishment of Peter Natter Farms

2006

 

Grand Patron of Nigerian Scout Movement

2006 – Date

 

Chaplain, Mitterkirchen, Austria

2005 – 2006

 

Assistant Parish Priest, Windhaag b. Perg, Austria

2000 – 2004

 

Building of four nursery schools in Ezeagu Local

Government to encourage nursery education

2002

 

Pastoral and spiritual service at different communities

within and outside Nigeria

1991 to Date

MEMBERSHIP OF ASSOCIATIONS/ COMMISSIONS

Fellow Nigeria Academy of Letters

 

 

Fellow Literary Society of Nigeria

 

Member of International Association of Post- Colonial Literature Professors

 

Member of Enugu Diocesan Education Commission

 

 

Member of Enugu Diocesan Curia

 

 

Member of Association for the Study of Jonathan Swift (Munster, Germany)

 

 

Member of University of Nigeria Alumni Association

 

 

Member/Patron of English Language Teachers Association of Nigeria, Enugu Branch

 

 

Honorary Citizen of Mitterkirchen, Austria

Since 2008

Bio data

Nationality: Nigeria

 

 

Local Government: Ezeagu, Enugu State

 

 

Date of Birth

October 1, 1965

 

Place of Birth: Port Harcourt, Nigeria

 

 

Ordained a Catholic Priest

July 22, 2000