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Osita Okagbue

Dr Osita Okagbue holds a BA, MA and Ph.D in Drama and Theatre from the University of Nigeria at Nsukka, the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and the University of Leeds respectively. He has taught African Theatre, Cross Cultural Studies in Performance, Performance Theory & Practice at the universities of Nigeria at Nsukka and Plymouth at Exmouth. At Goldsmiths he teaches African Theatre History, Postcolonial Theatre, Culture and Performance, Analytic Vocabularies, and Modernisms and Postmodernity. Dr Okagbue also convenes the MA Contemporary African Theatre and Performance. He is the founding President of the African Theatre Association (AfTA) and founding Editor of African Performance Review (APR). He is also an Associate Editor for Routledge's Theatres of the World Series, as well as being Editorial Adviser for Enyo: Journal of African Theatre and Drama and Platform (an e-journal). Dr Okagbue serves on the Board of Governors of Collective Artists, a South East London-based community theatre company support by the Arts Council. Okagbue's books include African Theatres and Performances (2007), and Culture and Identity in African and Caribbean Theatre (2009).


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