Selected Bibliographical Citations of Scholarly/Critical Studies on my Work
Dr. Mabel Evwierhoma (2007). Onwueme’s Quest For Women Empowerment: Female Empowerment And Dramatic Creativity in Nigeria. Ibadan: Caltop Publications Ltd., 2007; (254 pages).
Katiwiwa Mule (2007). “Producing Locality: Tess Onwueme’s Archeologies of Knowledge in The Reign of Wazobia and Tell It to Women.” [Book Chapter] Women’s Spaces, Women’s Visions: Politics, Poetics, and Resistance in African Drama, 2007.
Batra, Kanika (2007). “Daughters Who Know the Languages of Power: Community, Sexuality, and Postcolonial Development In Tess Onwueme’s Tell It To Women.” Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. Vol. 9, 1 (2007), New York: Routledge, 2007. 124-138 (ISSN 1369-801X print/1469-929X online).
Amkpa, Awam (2004). “Tess Onwueme: Theatre, Gender, and Power.” [Chapter 3] Theatre and Postcolonial Desires. New York: Routledge, 2004.
Dr. Iniobong Uko (2004). Gender & Identity in the Works of Osonye Tess Onwueme. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press. 2004 (306 pages).
Golus, Carrie (2003). Tess Osonye Onwueme, Contemporary Black Biography, 23 (2003) Ed. David G. Oblender.
Ajayi, Omofolabo (2002). "Who Can Silence Her Drums? An Analysis of the plays of Tess Onwueme." African Theatre: Women. Eds. Martin Banham, James Gibbs, et al. [Leeds University, School of English Journal publication], 2002. Pp. 109-121.
Dr. Mabel Evwierhoma (2002). Female Empowerment and Dramatic Creativity in Nigeria. Ibadan: Caltop Publications, Ltd. 2002 (168 pages).
Dr. Juluette Bradlette (2001). Discourses on Power in Onwueme’s Plays. PhD Dissertation, English Department, Houston University, Houston, Texas (May 2001).
Lucky Akpewho (2000). Tess Onwueme’s plays and Feminist Aesthetics in Nigerian Drama, MA Thesis, English Department, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers state, Nigeria, May 2000.
Oliver Kamau (1999). Revolutionary Theatre in Africa: The Example of Tess Onwueme’s Plays, Dissertation submitted to the Theatre Department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, June 1999.
Dr. Tobrise, Mabel (1995). Power And Powerlessness in Contemporary Literature: A Case Study of Tess Onwueme's Drama, PhD dissertation, English Department, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, May 1995.
Jones, Lisa. M. Global-Cultural Contexts Of Tess Onwueme's Plays. M. A. Thesis in Theatre, Leeds University, Leeds, United Kingdom, May 1997.
Obafemi, Olu (1997). "Tess Onwueme's Iconoclastic Dramas". Nigerian Theatre Since the 1980's. Bayreuth African Sudies Publications, Bayreuth, Germany, July 1997.
Ngugi wa Thiong'O (1997). "Critical Reader Response To Tess Onwueme's Drama: Reader's Report," Wayne State Press, Detroit, 1996.
Ebeogu, Afam (1991). “Feminism and the Mediation of the Mythic in Three Plays by Tess Onwueme,” The Literary Griot, 3 (1) Spring 1991, pp. 97-111.