3rd floor, Bradley Memorial Building
Michael Ọshindọrọ explores the numerous places where language and culture meet in everyday life situations. He tries to make sense of how this culture-language interface informs the fascinating ways in which identities take shape, reshape, or shift into disidentity. Michael received a Master’s degree in English specializing in Literary and Textual Studies at Bowling Green State University. He got a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics at Ekiti State University before going on to obtain a Master’s degree in Linguistics from the University of Ibadan in Nigeria. Michael was a Fulbright scholar at Fayetteville State University, NC.