MY CV



CURRICULUM VITAE
DR. AFUTENDEM LUCAS NKWETTA

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Name and surname: AFUTENDEM Lucas NKWETTA
Date and Place of Birth: 01 January 1964 at Mbindia-Lebang-Fontem
Division: Lebialem                                               Region: South West
 Nationality: Cameroonian          
CONTACT: P. O. Box 49 Dschang                                          Handy:+237677 55 51 33
E-Mail: lucas.afutendem@uni-dschang.org/afutendemluc@yahoo.com/afutendem@gmail.com

CURRENT POST OF RESPONSIBILTY: Senior Lecturer and Chief of Service for Admissions and Student Affairs, Centre for Distance Education, FASA University of Dschang
DECORATION: 20 May 2013: Knight of the Cameroon Order of Merit
MATRIX: 572178-P
GRADE: CHARGE DE COURS/ SENIOR LECTURER  INDICE : 875
SPECIALISATION: ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ART AND MEDIA
RESEARCH AREA
Language Educational Technology, Mediart, Culture, Multimedia, Spoken English and English Phonology, Motivation and Autonomy in language teaching and learning strategies,

PUBLICATIONS

YEAR
TITLE
PUBLISHED


Linguistic Representation and Decentrering Centredness in Nollywood Travel Films: A Study of Akara Oku Girl Just Back From America (2017) by Kensteve Anuka and Life is Hard in America (2018) by George U. Kalu

Pending


(De)Construction of Language of Environmentalism and Resilience of the Poor in Commonwealth Movies: No Mercy by Obi Olisa (2016) and The Liquid Black Gold by Ikenna Emma (2013).
Pending


English Language Ecology, Choice and Sustainability in Cameroon Anglophone Writing: A Geolinguistic Analysis of Across the Mongolo by Nkemngong John Nkengasong (2014) and Son of the Native Soil by Ambanasom A. Shadrack (2007).
Pending


Changing Colonial Linguistic Boundaries: A Sociolinguistic Survey of English Spread in Cameroon between 1960 and 2018.
Pending


Social Media as Massive Open Online Resource (MOOR) and the Performance of Francophones Learning Spoken English in Cameroon: A Case Study of the Trilingual Students in the Department of Applied Foreign Languages, University of Dschang

Pending

2018 e
Motivation in Learning Spoken English: Language Research Centers as Motivation to Francophone Learners.
ISBN-10: 1731412851  ISBN-13: 978-1731412850  Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inche. Get the book online at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1731412851
1.
2018 d
Language and Literature Sciences in Contemporary Cameroon and The Commonwealth
Edited by Afutendem et al 78170002R00149  Middletown, DE USA Paperback – available at https://www.amazon.com/dp/1983098116/ref=pe_861660_150334770_fxm_3_0_n_id
2.
2018 c
Analysis of Trends and Perspectives in Language Ecology and Sustainability in Multilingual contexts: Case study of English as Minority Official Language in Cameroon.

In Afutendem et al (2018) Language and Literature Sciences in Contemporary Cameroon and The Commonwealth. 78170002R00149  Middletow, DE USA Paperback – available at https://www.amazon.com/dp/1983098116/ref=pe_861660_150334770_fxm_3_0_n_id. Pp1-23
3.
2018 b
A Concise Road Map to A Conceptual/ Theoretical Framework in Social Science Research: A Re-examination of Defended Dissertations and Theses in the Faculty of Letters and Social Sciences, University of Dschang between 2010 and 2018.
In Mpoche, Kizitus (2018) Research Methodology; A Student Companion. Editor. Editions l’ebene, Douala. Pp129-150
4
2018 a
Media Influence on Cameroon Spoken English: A Case Study of the Speech Patterns of English Speaking Students in the University of Dschang-Cameroon.

In Sciences et Tradition Melanges offerts au Pr Bassirou Dieng In Revue Sénégalaise de Langues et de Littérature, Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines  Novelle Serie, No. 12, 2018. Pp297-
5.
2016
Language Choice in Christian Denominations in the Northwest Region of Cameroon
In Nkwentisama C and Fai Taka (2016) Decompartmentalisation of Knowledge, An Interdisciplinary Essays on language and Literature  l’Harmattan  Paris pp 57-69
6.
2013
Integrating Health into language Curriculum in Multilingual Contexts: The Case of Scientific English in Medical Faculties in Cameroon”.
In Intel’Actuel. Revue de Letters et Sciences Humaines Université de Dschang No. 12 2013  pp. 65-81
7.
2013
Community Radio and Health Development in Rural Cameroon: An Impact Evaluation of COL-Cameroon Link Program in Lebialem SWR, Cameroon”.
Published by the Commonwealth of Learning at http://pcfpapers.colfinder.org/handle/5678/140.

Academic Committees/Associations
Member of WAACLALS
Member, Scientific Committee, Dschang School of Arts and Social Sciences

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
2012: PhD. The University of Yaounde 1, Cameroon.
2004: DEA, The University of Yaounde 1, Cameroon.
1998-2001: Maitrise, University of Dschang, Cameroon.
1987: Bachelor’s Degree, The University of Yaounde 1, Cameroon.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Teaching:
-1987-1998: English Language Teacher, Bafoussam Diocese
-1998-2004: English Language Teacher, CETIC Moloundou
-2008 to Present: Lecturer, Faculty of Letters and Social Sciences, University of Dschang
 Administration:
-2008 to Present: Coordinator of Modern English Letters (Studies) Unit in the Department of Applied Foreign Languages, FLSH, University of Dschang.
2018: Coordinator of Master programme in English and Commonwealth Studies

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES
June 26-30 2018: Lapai Humbolt Kolleg National Conference or 'the Ecology and the convergence of science and the humanities conference, Lapai, Niger State , Nigeria
2018: 1st International Conference of WAACLALS Slavery and Postcolonial Dis/Engagements to be held at the University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria from February 19 - 22, 2018.
2016: Attended and participated at the 8th Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning in Kuala-Lumpur, Malaysia
Theme: Open, Online and Flexible Learning: the Key to Sustainable Development.
2013: Attended and participated at the 7th pan-Commonwealth Forum on Learning in Abuja Nigeria.
Title of presentation: Community Radio and Health Development in Rural Cameroon: An Impact Evaluation of COL-Cameroon Link Program in Lebialem SWR, Cameroon”
Conference theme: open Learning for development: Towards Empowerment and Transformation

2011: Attended and Participated at the International Conference of African Writers in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Date: May 2-10
Title of Presentation: 50 Years of Anglophone Cameroon Literary Heritage: Transition from British Standard English to Cameroon Standard English? A Case Study of Selected Cameroon Anglophone Writers.
Conference Theme: From the Independence of the Continent to the Liberation of the Mind:    The Unfinished Journey
City, Country: Addis Ababa; Ethiopia
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
2005: Created the Lebialem Association for Rural Communication in 2005
2007: Founded and run the Lebialem Community Radio from 2007 to date
2007-Present: Initiated and I am the Resource Person for the Mbindia Monastery Project
2009: Secretary General, Lenalendem UNESCO Club, Melong
2012: President, MASRED

LANGUAGES:
-Fluent in French and English
-Speaks and understands Three Cameroon National Languages
COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE
Computer literacy: Very Good at Word and Excel
Internet Exploitation: Very Good at exploring the Internet
                                                           

Signature   

  AFUTENDEM        

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