Obiwu Iwuanyanwu is coach of the award-winning Central State University Honda Campus All-Star Challenge team. He studied in Nigeria at Imo State University and University of Jos and in New York at Syracuse University, where he is completing doctoral research on "The Name of the Father: Psychoanalytic Reading of South African Literature." His publications include Rituals of the Sun (1992, poetry collection), Igbos of Northern Nigeria (1996, Diaspora studies), and the acclaimed essays "Achebe's Poetic Drive" (2006) and "The History of Nigerian Literature, 1772-2006" (2006). He was a 1998 Fellow of the International School of Advanced Critical Theory, Santiago de Compostela, Spain; 2000 recipient of the Phi Beta Delta Award for International Scholars; 2001 Teaching Fellow and University Scholar at Syracuse; and 2007 recipient of Recognition (Resolution No. 07-4-12-31) of the Greene County (Ohio) Board of Commissioners. His present research work is on writing resistances.
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