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Titilope Ajeboriogbon

MA Student

Germanic Studies


Building & Room:

1526 UH


601 S. Morgan


Pronouns: he/him

Titilope Ajeboriogbon is a Masters student in the Department of Germanic Studies at the University of Illinois, Chicago. He completed his Bachelor of Arts in European Studies (German) from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He is interested in postcolonial studies, transnational literature, migration, multiculturalism, and Afrofuturism.

Central to his academic inquiries are questions that delve into contemporary societal dynamics, such as: how do the experiences of migration impact the transformation, preservation, or subversion of group identities and cultural practices? In what way does language function as a pivotal force in either fostering the evolution or sustaining the traditions within diasporic communities? How do the narratives penned by immigrant writers challenge or redefine conventional literary forms and linguistic conventions? What insights does a transnational perspective offer regarding the enduring ramifications of historical encounters such as colonialism for present-day societies?

He hopes that his academic inquiries contribute to discussions concerning the ever-evolving dynamics of human migration, cultural hybridity, and the resilience of identities in an increasingly interconnected world.