Isidore Okpewho Award
Isidore Okpewho Award for best paper presented by a graduate student
- Recipients must be current members of ISOLA
- A limit of 6000 words (including the abstract) is set as a general guideline for the length of articles. The author-date-reference system is used. References should be indicated in the text: (Mphahlele 100) or Coetzee (10). Generally, referencing must follow the MLA system.
- Papers must be presented by the authors at the conference (proxy presentation disqualifies the entry)
The award carries a $250.00 prize to be given at the conference during the closing ceremony.
Apply for the Award
Papers should be submitted to the ISOLA vice president Professor Akintunde Akinyemi at email@example.com one month before the start of the 2023 conference.
A committee selects the recipients. Please contact the ISOLA vice president Professor Akintunde Akinyemi for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
2021: Charles K. Rono, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya
2018: Matilda Eyituoyo Olive-Jack, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria