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Dr O.I. Pogoson

1990. The Question of the Outside Origin for the Esie Stone Images. In African Notes, Vol. 4, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 42-51.

1998. Fremder in Ausland: Kunst alls Benin in Deutschland. In Zeitgenossiche Kunst Zwischen den Kulturen: Vielfaches Echo, Stuttgart, Germany, pp. 44-53.

2000. The Aberrant Esie Head as Model: An Insight into the Styles and Origin of the Esie Stone Carvings. In West African Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 51-68.

2013. The Image of the Afro Comb in Contemporary Nigerian Art. In Sally-Ann Ashton (Ed.), Origins of the Afro Comb: 6,000 Years of Culture, Politics and Identity. Cambridge: The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, pp. 2-6.

2016. Interrogating Anthropomorphism in Benin and Northern Edo Arts: Some Tentative Notes for Historical Clarifications. In West African Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 46, No. 1, pp. 103-119.

Prof O.O. Layiwola

1990. The Colonial Experience and Its Asides: Dance Performances as Historical Indices in East and West Africa. In African Notes, Vol. 14, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 52-61.

1992. Samuel Beckett and the Theatre of Deconstruction: An Exegesis on Form. In Joseph Mcminn (Ed.), The Internationalism of Irish Literature and Drama, Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, pp. 75-86.

2000. (Ed.) African Theatre in Performance: Festschrift in Honour of Martin Banham, London: Harwood Academic Publishers/Routledge.

2007. Culture, National Identity and Globalization: The Nigerian Context, National Council for Arts and Culture Honours Lecture Series 6.

2010. A Place Where Three Roads Meet: Literature, Culture and Society, Inaugural Lecture, University of Ibadan.

Dr I.A. Jimoh

1994. Islam and Tobacco Smoking. Ibadan: Intaprit Arabic/English Secretarial Bilingual Centre.

2006. Forms of the Qur’anic Manuscripts among the Yoruba Islamic Scholars in Southwestern Nigeria. In Mélanges de de l’Université de Saint-Joseph—Dar El-Machreq, Beyrouth, Liban. Vol. 59, pp. 281-300.

2007. The Art of Qur’anic Penmanship and Illumination among Muslim Scholars in Southwestern Nigeria. In Suleman (Ed.), Word of God, Art of Man: The Qur’an and its Creative Expression, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 175-189.

2009. The State of Arabic Manuscripts in Nigeria: An Analysis of Issues and Challenges. In Tijani El-Miskin et al. (Eds.), Nigeria’s Intellectual Heritage, Arewa House, Ahmadu Bello University, Kaduna, pp. 139-153.

2015. The Imamate in Ibadan. In Dele Layiwola (Ed.), The City-State of Ibadan: Texts and Contexts. Ibadan: Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, pp. 253-268.

Dr O. Olorunyomi

2003. Afrobeat! Fela and the Imagined Continent. New Jersey: AWP.

2003. On Whose Side Are the (Orisa) Gods? In Trevor Schoonmaker (Ed.), Fela: From West Africa to West Broadway. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 190-204.

2011. Lace Fashion as Heteroglossia in the Nigerian Yoruba Cultural Imaginary. In Barbara Plankensteiner and Nath Mayo Adediran (Eds.), African Lace: A History of Trade, Creativity and Fashion in Nigeria. Vienna: Snoeck Publishers. Pp. 181-194.

2013. The Dialectics of Orality and Ideology in Wole Soyinka’s Idanre and Ogun Abibiman. In Ibadan Journal of English Studies, Vol. 9.

2014. Africa and the Literature of Unfreedom. African Notes, Vol. 38, No. 2.

Dr C.O. Jegede

2010. Incantations and Herbal Cures in Ifa Divination: Emerging Issues in Indigenous Knowledge. Ibadan: Book Builders.

2012. Indigenous Methods of Processing Materia Medica among Selected Traditional Medical Practitioners in Ibadan, Nigeria. Ethno Med, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 187-195.

2012. Ethics and Professionalism in African Traditional Medicine: The Experience of an Apprentice. In African Notes, Vol. 37, No. 3.

2013. An Exploration into Soteriology in Ifa: Oral and Intangible Heritage for Humanity. In Black Theology: An International Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 201-218.

2014. African Indigenous Religious Rituals in Ibadan Politics: Issues for theh Democratisation Process in Nigeria. In International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 6, No. 2.

Dr S. Olaoluwa

2009. Where Do We Go from Here? Niger Delta, Crumbling Urbanscape and Migration in Tanure Ojaide’s When It no Longer Matters Where You Live. In Nordic Journal of African Studies, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 175-195.

2011. In Connivance with Nature Inter-Faith Crisis and Ecological Depletion in Helon Habila’s Measuring Time. In English Studies in Africa, Bol. 54, No. 1, pp. 73-87.

2014. ‘The Being that Animates all Things’: Cannibalization, Simulation and the Animation of Oral Performance in Ngugi’s Wizard of the Crow. In Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, Vol. 55, No. 4, pp. 389-405.

2015. Travel Gone Awry: Cosmopolitan Love and Female Ordeals in Games Women Play. In Journal of Film and Video, Vol. 67, No. 2, pp. 21-34.

2016. Singing Peace, Harmonizing Discordant Tunes: Tracking a Transnational Trajectory of Peace. In Peace and Change, Vol. 41, No. 4. Pp. 475-509.

Dr K.M. Samuel

2006. Factors Assciated with Academic Performance of Students in Music at NCE Level: A Case Study of Oyo College of Education, Oyo. Nigeria, in M. Mans (Ed.) Centering on African Practice in Musical Arts Education. Pretoria: African Minds, PASMAE, PP. 75-88.

2008. Technology Integration in Teaching Music in Nigerian Higher Institutions of Learning. In Proceedings of International Society for Music Education (ISME) World Conference, held in Bologna, Italy, pp. 256-266.

2014. Male Attitudes to Female Dundun Drumming in Western Nigeria. In Nigerian Field, Vol. 79, pp. 25-40.

2014. Charles Alude, Kayode Samuel and ’Femi Adedeji (Eds.), African Musicology: Past, Present and Future. A festschrift in honour of Mosunmola Ayinke Omibiyi-Obidike, Ile-Ife: Department of Music, Obafemi Awolowo University.

2015. The Mask and the Message: Musical Figuring of Lagbaja’s Artful Display. Journal of Peace Studies and Development (Special edition), Vols. 5 & 6, pp. 154-165.

Dr T.K. Adekunle

2008. Customary Land Law under Government’s Land Tenure System among the Yoruba of South-Western Nigeria. In African Notes, Vol. 3, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 53-66.

2012. Evolving a Harmonized Regime for Nigeria’s Borderland Communities. In Isaac Albert (Ed.), A History of Social Conflict and Conflict Management in Nigeria. Ibadan: Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, pp. 409-423.

2013. Codification or Restatement? Customary Law at a Crossroads. In African Notes, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 37-46.

2013. The State, the Law and Development: Seeking the Emancipation of Womanhood. In Ibadan Journal of Peace and Development, Vol. 2, pp. 61-76.

2016. Succession and Inheritance Law in Nigeria Resolving the Discriminatory Proprietary Rights of Women and Children. In Property Law Review, Vol. 5, No. 3.

Dr Molatokunbo Abiola Seun Olutayo

2010. Gender, Political Participation and the Feminization of Poverty. In Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 119-157.

2011. Non-Feminization, Null-Nationality: The Dilemma without Gender. In A.S. Ajala (Ed.), Nationalism and Politics in Post-Colonial Nigeria Topics in Interdisciplinary African Studies, Vol. 24, Rudiger Koppe Verlag.

2014. Women and Conflict Management in Selected Market Places in South-Western Nigeria. In African Development, Vol. 39, No. 3, pp. 137-157.

2014. Towards a Feminist Understanding of Peace and Conflict in Africa. In Ibadan Journal of Peace and Development, Vols. 3 & 4, pp. 136-147.

2015. Theory and Praxis: Bolanle Awe and Bisi Oguneye in the Emancipation of Nigerian Women. In LASU Journal of the Social Sciences, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 104-115.

Dr K.A. Adeduntan

2008. Calling Aje witch in order to Hang Her: Yoruba Patriarchal Definition and Redefinition of Female Power. In Tunde Babawale and Akin Alao (Eds.), Global African Spirituality, Social Capital and Self-Reliance in Africa. Lagos: Malthouse.

2010. Seeking the Living among the Dead Cultural Studies and the Blinders of Positivism. In African Notes, Vol. 3, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 11-21.

2010. Yoruba Hunter and the ‘Sin’ of Narrative Performance. In Text and Performance Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 103-121.

2014. What the Forest Told Me: Yoruba Hunter, Culture and Narrative Performance. Pretoria: UNISA Press.

2015. Rams and the Man War, Culture and Mimesis in Animal Sports. In Dele Layiwola (Ed.), The City-State of Ibadan: Texts and Contexts. Ibadan: Institute of African Studies.

Dr Sharon Adetutu Omotoso

2010. Education and Emancipation, An African Philosophical Perspective. In The Journal of Pan African Studies, Vol. 3, No. 9, pp. 222-231.

2013. Metaphysics of Advertising. In International Journal of Philosophy Study, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 23-32.

2014. Politics of Gender Space in the Fourth Wave Feminism: A Risk of Implosion. In Gender Issues: The International Journal of Feminist/Womanist Theorists, Vol. 5, pp. 94-112.

2016. A Moral Exposition of Gender(ed) Religious Violence in Contemporary Nigeria. In I.O. Albert, S.A. Omotoso and A. Akeredolu (Eds.), Gender-Based Violence in Nigeria and Beyond, Ibadan: Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies.

2017. African Ethics and African Political Communication: Some Comments. In Ayo Olukotun and Sharon A. Omotoso (Eds.), Political Communication in Africa, New York: Springer, pp. 51-62.

Mr B.U. Eluma

2010. Art, Anonymity, Anger and Re-appropriation. In Peju Layiwola and Sola Olorunyomi (Eds.), Benin 1897.com: Art and the Restitution Question, Ibadan: Wy Art Editions, pp. 43-49.

Benson Eluma and Yinka Olarinmoye. 2012. Mobilizing Indigenous Languages for Democracy in Nigeria: A Discursive and Sociolinguistic Critique. In The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 10, pp. 49-71.

2012. The Indiscipline of Blindness: Notes Towards a Critical Anthropology. In Journal of Environment and Culture, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 1-22.