Elisabeth Ayuk-Etang

Visiting Professor

Office Location

SSMS 3022

Specialization

Ecofeminism; Cameroon Literature, Culture and Ecology; Women / Gender and Development; Black Women Writings & Feminist Discourse/Criticism

Education

Ph.D, University of Yaounde

Bio

Elisabeth N.M Ayuk-Etang is a Cameroonian of English expression. A Pan-Africanist, gender advocate, Senior Lecturer and Chair of the Department of English at the University of Buea, Cameroon. She holds a PhD in Black Women’s Writings and Ecofeminism from the University of Yaounde 1, Cameroon. She has published extensively in peer reviewed journals and authored book chapters on the status of the Black Woman. Her research interest is on Cultural Studies, Black Women Discourse, as well as Women and Development in Africa. She is a recipient of several awards, amongst which are the African Women Development Fund (AWDF, 2019), CODESRIA’s Higher Education policy Initiative (HEPI 2019), University of Michigan African Presidential Scholar (UMAPS) 2015 fellowship, IIE-SRF (2022)