Rexford Boateng Gyasi
- Master of Philosophy (English Language), University of Cape Coast, Ghana
- Bachelor of Education in Arts (English and Religion), University of Cape Coast, Ghana
- University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast
- Ghana Name Society (GNS)
- Communicative Skills
- Language and Study Skills
- Sentence and It’s Parts
- Forms and Functions of English Clause
- Principles of Prose Fiction
- Techniques of Poetry
- Mphil Thesis: A functional analysis of Ghanaian presidential debates
- Political Discourse Analysis
- Genre Studies
- Racial Discourse
- Addai-Mununkum, T., & Gyasi, R. B. (2021). Our Skin is trouble: Racial discourse in Athol Fugard’s Sizwe Bansi is Dead, Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and Wole Soyinka’s ‘Telephone Conversation’. International Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies, 9(2), 24-31.
- Afful, J. B. A., & Gyasi, R. B. (2020). Schematic Structure of Manifesto Launch Speeches of Three Political Parties. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 7(12), 672-690.
- Discussant, PANAFEST International Colloquium organized by the University of Cape Coast, African Heritage Studies Association and PANAFEST Foundation; Round table discussion on Dr. Henrik Clarke, July 28, 2021.
- Rapporteur: The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born @ 50 International Conference organized by the Department of English, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast – Ghana; April 16, 2019.
- Presenter, Department of English Weekly Seminar Series, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast – Ghana; Paper: Naming the Other: Ethnophaulisms in Contemporary Ghana, February, 2021.
- Discussant, Department of English Weekly Seminar Series, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast – Ghana; Round table discussion on the topic ‘Beyond the tunes: Exploring the literary, the linguistic and the political in contemporary Ghanaian Highlife songs’, October, 2019.
- Member, Planning Committee of the 2021 PANAFEST international colloquium at University of Cape Coast