Dr. Confidence Gbolo Sanka

Senior Lecturer

Dept: English
Department of English, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences Office Building (Old Block), First Floor

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    1.Sanka, C. G, Adu-Gyamfi, S. and Marfo, C. O.(2020) Tales in the Paasaali Dirge: Structure and Moral Lessons from the Past, MANUSYA Journal of Humanities, Vol. 23(1)pp. 19-39.

    2. Sanka, C. G., Nyarko-Takyi, G.and Asamoah, P. G(2019)The Price of Silence and the Practice of Parrhesia: A Critique of Adichie's Purple Hibiscus, ADRRI Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, Vol. 17(5), pp. 1-35.

    3. Sanka, C. G., Issaka, C. A. and Asamoah, P. G (2020)The Boko Haram Kidnappings and Islamist Militancy In Nigeria: An Ecocritical Analysis of Habila’s The Chibok Girls, E-journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences(EHASS), Vol. 1(1), pp.11-20.

    4. Sanka, C. G., Mensah, A. and Asamoah, P. G. (2019) Identity, Independence and Current State of Leadership in Africa: An Intertextual Reading of Babatunde's Bombay's Republic, Valley View University Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, Vol.1(1), pp. 1-18.

    5. Sanka, G.,-Asamoah, P.G. and Issaka.,C.A. (2019) Uncovering the Truth for a Better Education: A Marxist Approach to J. C. De Graft's Sons and Daughters, International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies, Vol.7 (2), pp. 100-106.

     6. Sanka, G (2019) “The Contribution of Patriarchy to the Concept of Manhood in African Societies: A Marxist Reading of Isidore Okpewho's The Last Duty,” LANGUAGE CIRCLE: Journal of Language and Literature, Vol. 13(2), pp.111-123

     7. Sanka, C. G., Mensah, and Kofigah, F. E..(2019) From The Theory of Mimesis to Moral Corruption in The Family: A Literary Critique of Helon Habila's Measuring Time,” Bulletin of Advanced English Studies, Vol. 2(1), pp.42-54

     8. Sanka, G., Asamoah P. G.- and . Issaka , C.A. (2018). The Postcoloniality of Poor  African Leadership in Achebe’s Fiction: A Close Reading of Arrow of God and A Man of the People, International Journal of Comparative Literature & Translation Studies, Vol. 6(2), pp. 84-92

     9. Bonku, L. K., Sanka, C. G. and Yeboah, P..(2018). Understanding the Mad Heart: A Deconstructionist Approach to Efua T. Sutherland’s Edufa,  Advances in Language and Literary Studies. Vol.9 (2), pp 160-165

     10. Sanka, C. G., Bonku, L. K. and Yeboah, P.  (2018) Haffali Mulla: The Ethnopoetics of Traditional Marriage and Marriage Songs among the Paasalas in Ghana,  Advances in Language and Literary Studies. Vol.9 (1), pp 19-26

     11. Aning, J. , Sanka, C. G. and Kofigah, F. E. (2018) The Mythopoetics of Chinua Achebe’s Anthhills of the Savannah,  International Journal of Comparative Literature & Translation Studies. Vol 6(1), pp. 36-41.

     12. Adu-Gyamfi, , Marfo, C. O, Sanka, C. G, and  Koduah, P. (2018)  Words in Healing: Some Ethnographic Observations from the Hohoe Area of Ghana,  International Journal of Social Sciences and Education, Vol. 8(3), pp.77-94.

     13. Zakaria, S., Sanka, C. G. and Eshun, G. (2016). Gutter Creativity: Post-colonial Analysis of Dagbon Cultural Nuances in Islamic Ethics,  IUG Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 1(2), pp. 62-70.

     14. Arthur, P. & Sanka, C. G. (2020). When Ghanaian Traditional Songs become Modern: Cultural Replication of the Traditional Responsible Woman in the Modern Gold Digger Woman. All Nations University Journal of Applied Thought (ANUJAT),8(1): 136-150. All Nations University Press


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