- Ph.D., English, University of Saskatchewan (1998)
- M.A., English, University of Guelph (1993)
- M.A., English, University of Ibadan (1991)
- B.A., English, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife (1988)
Teaching and Research Interests
- Postcolonial Studies (especially African, African-American, and Caribbean)
- Literary Theory (especially postcolonial and feminist)
- Autobiographical Genre in Comparative Black Studies
- Telling Our Stories: Continuities and Divergences in Black Autobiographies. New York: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2005.
- “I of the Valiant Stock: Yoruba Bridal Chant and the Autobiographical Genre.” Yoruba Creativity: Fiction, Language, Life and Songs. Eds. Toyin Falola and Ann Genova. Trenton: New Jersey: Africa World Press, 2005. 321-332.
- “When a Mouth Is Sweeter than Salt: Toyin Falola and the Autophylographical Genre.”Yoruba Creativity: Fiction, Language, Life and Songs. Eds. Toyin Falola and Ann Genova. Trenton: New Jersey: Africa World Press, 2005. 155-161.
- “Theorizing Blackness.”Marvels of the African World: Cultural Patrimony, New World Connections, and Identities. Ed. Niyi Afolabi. Trenton: New Jersey: African World Press, 2003. 63-81.
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