Thesis : The Alternative Tradition in Nigerian Poetry: A Study of the Poetry Since 1960, Faculty of Letters and Social Sciences, University of Yaoundé, July, 2002.
“Cook Stew of Pidgin: A Study of the Resourcefulness in Frank Aig-Imoukhuede’s Pidgin Stew and Sufferhead”,in English Today, 67, Vl 17, No. 3 July 2001:45-51.
“Poetry and the Aesthetic of Indecision: A Study of the Poetry of Wole Soyinka and early Christopher Okigbo” in MUTIBE, Vl.1 No.4, 2010:71-88.
“Guerrilla Poetry and the Search for an Alternative” in Gabriel mbah et als. Langues, littérature et identités culturelles, L’Harmattan, 2012:67-76.
“Literature of the Environment: An Eco-critical Study of Niyi Osundare’s Poetry” in Cameroon Journal of Studies in the Commonwealth, Vl.2, No.1 January 2013: 33-44.
“Cultural inter-relatedness in African Poetry: A Reading of Nigerian Poetry of the Sixties” in Annals of the Faculty of Arts, Letters and Social Sciences, University of Ngaounderé, Yaoundé, SOPECAM, 2014: 143-160
“The Great Tradition and the Paradox of Acceptance” in publication process.
“The Individual, Industrialisation and the Eco-System: An Ecological Reading of Modern African Poetry” awaiting publication.
“Interculturality in John Pepper Clark’s Plays: A Study of the Ancient Theme of Creativity and the Fall of Man” awaiting publication.