Rexford Boateng Gyasi

Rexford Boateng Gyasi

Assistant Lecturer

Rexford Boateng Gyasi is an assistant lecturer in the Department of Language and Communication Skills of the Faculty of Integrated Communication Sciences at Ghana Institute of Journalism. 

  • 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
  1. Mphil Thesis: A functional analysis of Ghanaian presidential debates
  • Political Discourse Analysis
  • Genre Studies
  • Racial Discourse
  • Sociolinguistics
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Presenter, Department of English Weekly Seminar Series, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast – Ghana; Paper: Naming the Other: Ethnophaulisms in Contemporary Ghana, February, 2021.
  4. 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