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1 Abiku: Conflicting Yoruba Belief and Medical Care

FAGITE Damilola Dorcas

Department of History

Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria



orisaladed@gmail.comddorisalade@oauife.edu.ng

+2348034466765


2. Youth and the Practice of African Traditional Religion in Lagos

South West Nigeria

OGUNTOLA-LAGUDA, DANOYE, PhD

Professor of Philosophy of Religion

Department of Religions and Peace Studies

Lagos State University, Ojo. Email: danoyeoguntola@yahoo.com

3. Becoming Yoruba: Historical anonymity, cultural authenticity and identity Problems of the Ilaje of Southwest Nigeria

BY:


Babajide O. Ololajulo

Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

University of Ibadan

E-mail: bo.ololajulo@ui.edu.ng, babjid74@yahoo.com

Tel.: 07034292290
4. Yoruba Race and Nigerian Politics. A Thematic Exposition

By

OTUMALA SIMON JONAH



Political Science Department

Federal College of Education

P.M.B. 2096, Abeokuta. Email: otumalasimon@gmail.com

5 The Politics of Water Supply in the Nigerian Western Region, 1952-1966

BY:

OGUNNAIKE Odunayo Peter,



Department of History,

University of Ibadan,

E-mail: awodioke1@gmail.com; +234 803 0629 974
6. The Significance of Yoruba Language as a Viable Mechanism for African Value Systems

By:


Dr. A. A. ADEDIRAN, Lijadu M. O. & Dr. M. O. Omiyefa

Department of Social Studies

School of Arts & Social Sciences

Federal College of Education

Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.

Email: speaktoa3@yahoo.com / speaktoa3@gmail.com

7. The Uniqueness of Yoruba Culture as a Contributory Factor to the Emancipation of Yoruba People in Diaspora

By:


Dr. AMOS ADEKUNLE ADEDIRAN

Department of Social Studies

School of Arts & Social Sciences

Federal College of Education

Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.

Email: speaktoa3@yahoo.com / speaktoa3@gmail.com


8. Crown Politics and Pelupelu Culture in Contemporary Ekitiland

By:


Kayode Joseph ONIPEDE (PhD)

Department of General Studies

LadokeAkintola University of Technology

PMB 4000, Ogbomoso, Oyo-State, Nigeria



kjonipede@lautech.edu.ng,kayodeonipede2004@yahoo.co.uk
9 Still on Olodumare and Esu in Yoruba Religious Thought

By:


Benson Ohihon Igboin (PhD)

Department of Religions and Peace Studies,

Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos State

Email: bensonigboin@gmail.com

10. Between Politics and National Development: An Assessment of the Role of Progressive-Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu in Contemporary National Politics

By

OTUMALA SIMON JONAH



Otumalasimon@gmail.com

POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ABEOKUTA
11. Bridging the Gap between the old and New Generation: An Assessment of Two Yoruba Historical Films

BY:


Taiwo Adekemi Agnes

Department of Linguistics & Nigerian Languages,

Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria.

Email: callkemadeguntaiwo@gmail.com; Gsm No: +2348038609841

12. The Place of Aladura Movement in the Development of Christianity in Nigeria

By:


Fabunmi Samuel Kehinde, Ph.D

Federal College of Education, Abeokuta. Email: fabunmisk@yahoo.com




13. Traditional Oath-Taking as a Panacea to ‘Democratic Corruption’ in Nigeria


By:

Sunday Layi OLADIPUPO, Ph.D

Department of Philosophy, AdekunleAjasin University,

AkungbaAkoko, Ondo State, Nigeria

E-mail: layioladipupo@gmail.com. Tel. +234 (0) 8038468455, 7055418470

14. Yoruba Cultural Practices and Sustainable Environment in the 21st Century

By:


SOGBON Odunwole

Department of Urban and Regional Planning,

Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, P.M.B. 1019, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria. E-mail: sogbonwole@yahoo.com GSM: +2348068237071

15. The Yoruba Labour Migrants in Northern Nigeria, 1920-1990

By:


Adeyemi Kamil HAMZAH

Department of History

EMMANUEL ALAYANDE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OYO

Email: hamzahkamil@gmail.com; Phone Number: +234-8033823043


16. “I assured him that he would be Governor”: The Patronage-Clientage Politics among Ibadan Elite in South-West Nigeria, 2003-2007

BY:


Nurudeen Olatoye Arogundade

Department of History, ObafemiAwolowo University

Ile-Ife. Email: nurudeenamuda@gmail.com

17. The Resurgence of Traditional Yoruba Religious Groups: An Interrogation of the Ijo Orunmila Adunlawo

By:

Omotayo K. Charles



Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife

charlesomotayo@yahoo.com; Tel: 08068966219
18. “Enu ‘fìfokìí dún yànmù-yànmù”: A Discussion of Selected Pre-colonial Yoruba Chieftaincy Political Inducement Strategies

BY:


Dr. Olupayimo Dolapo Z.

Department of History

Adeyemi College of Education

Ondo, Nigeria



olupayimozo@aceondo.edu.ng

+234 803 444 2478


19. A Sociolinguistic Study of Yoruba Slangy Expressions in Selected Motor Parks in

Iwo Road, Ibadan

BY:

Amos Damilare Iyiola, Ph.D



Department of European Studies

University of Ibadan, Nigeria



amosiyiola2013@yahoo.com

+2346053144710


20. A Process Interpretation of the Yorùbá Thought System in the Light of Martin Heidegger’s Critique of Metaphysics as Onto-Theology

By

OFUASIA, Emmanuel & DASAOLU Babajide O (Ph.D)



Department of Philosophy,

Olabisi Onabanjo University,

P.M.B 2002, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria.

Mobile: +2348162831077

E-mail: ofuasia.emma@yahoo.com

21. Music for Education and Information among the Yoruba of Nigeria: Selected Songs of Ebenezer Obey Fabiyi

By:

OGUNKOYA, Saheed Adeniyi



Department of History and Diplomatic Studies

Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun

Ogun State

ogunkoyasa@tasued.edu.ng

+234(0)8030627795
22. New Yoruba Imaginary in the Ecocinema of Tunde Kelani

By:


Ayo Adeduntan,

Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan

E-mail: grandeekay@yahoo.com

Telephone: +2348052202455

23. Okun-Yoruba: A People in Search of Identity and Direction

Dr. Henry B. Ekundayo-Ogunjewo

Department of History & Strategic Studies

University of Lagos

hogunjewo@unilag.edu.ng, uphenry2000@yahoo.com,

drogunjewohenry@gmail.com, Tel: 0802 331 2247

24. The Effects of Slavery on Yoruba Nation

By:

Tony C. Onwumah (Ph.D), Patrick A. Edewor (Ph.D), and David O. Imhonopi



Covenant University, Ota
25. Development of indigenous Languages in French speaking countries of Africa: Problems and Prospects of Yoruba Language in Benin Republic

BY:


AJANI, A. LATEEF (Ph.D)

NIGERIA FRENCH LANGUAGE VILLAGE,

AJARA – BADAGRY,

LAGOS


ftcoed@yahoo.com, +2348033336465/+2348091714292

26. The Eroding Identity: The Dilemma of Contemporary Yoruba Personality

By:

ADEYEMI-SUENU, Adebowale (Ph.D) & OYEKAN AdeoluOluwaseyi



Lagos State University, Faculty of Arts.

PHONE No: 08023015230

E-Mail: ololadeololade70@gmail.com and adeoluoyekan@gmail.com

27. A Literary Exploration of Zoonyms in the Cognomen of the Alaafin of Oyo

BY:

Ojebode, Ayokunmi O.



Department of English, Redeemer’s University, Ede, Nigeria.

calebk_2@yahoo.com, (+234) 08130237173

28. A Retrospective Study of Yoruba Indigenous Games and Plays

BY:

Raji Afeez Tọ́pẹ́



AdekunleAjasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State Nigeria.

afeeztope5@gmail.com, +2348063671907

29. Sitting at the Frontier: The Yoruba in the Old Ilorin Provinceand the politics of Identity and Belonging in Post-Colonial Nigeria



Luqman SAKA PhD. Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Politics and International Relations, North-West University, Mafikeng Campus, South Africa

Email: owolabisaka@gmail.com;



&

Lere AMUSAN, PhD. Professor and Head, Department of Politics and International Relations, North-West University, Mafikeng Campus, South Africa. Email: lereamusan@gmail.com; lere.amusan@nwu.ac.za.
30. Heuristic Appraisal and Reflection on the Concept of Esu: An Example of Femi Osofisan

By:


OluseyiAbiodunOgungbesan

c/o Department of Theatre Arts

University of Ibadan, Ibadan

E. Mail: oluseyiogungbesan15@gmail.com; 0802-324-8943, 0815-221-5704

31. Bridging the Gap between Yoruba Yesterday and Today: An Exploration of Religious Hermeneutics

BY:


ADELEKE, R.S.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES,

ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ONDO.

sanrasheed2@gmail.com, 08161377164
32. The Herbert Macaulay Factor in Nigerian Politics (1864-1946)

BY:


Jimoh Mufutau Oluwasegun

Research Fellow, IFRA-Nigeria

Department of History and International Studies

Federal University, Brinin-Kebbi, Kebbi State, Nigeria

Email: oriyomijimoh4@gmail.com,
33. Yoruba Art Forms as Visual Symbolism of Power and Control among the Yoruba

By:


Kehinde Adepegba

Department of Art and Industrial Design

Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu

adepe200us@yahoo.com

and


Tolulope O. Sobowale

Department of Design and Architecture,

Olabisi Onabanjo University,

Ibogun Campus, Ogun State


34. A Pre-colonial Historical Documentation of the Evolution of the Yoruba Theatre and Its Relevance in a Monarchical System

                                                            By

Abe, OmololuTaiwo and Adegboyega, Ayodele Samuel

Theatre Arts Department, College of Education

P.M.B. 250, Ikere-Ekiti, Ekiti State

E-mail: taiwoabe88@gmail.com, Mobile No: 07068937049

35. A Revolutionary Phenomenon in the Ninetenth Century Yoruba Politics

FALOWO, Ajagun Segun (Ph.D).

Department of History, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education,

Oto, Ijanikin, Lagos, Nigeria, okeebunoel@gmail.com +2348066539945

and

OGUNNIYI,Olayemi Jacob

Department of History, Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan,

ayoyemlove@yahoo,com, temyem2014@gmail.com, +2348033207633

36. A Critical Comparative Analysis of the Features of ìgbálá and rárà òkú Dirges

BY

ṢÓDÍPẸ, N. O AND MORDI, O.A



Department of Yorùbá, Federal College of Education, Abeokuta.

E-mail:wunmie1@yahoo.com- MobileNo:08035633035,08033193286


37. The future of Yoruba Traditional Art

Ademola Azeez Ph.D,

Department of Fine and Applied Arts,

Federal College of Education Technical Akoka, Lagos

Email: ade_azeez2002@yahoo.com, Tel: 08023312410
38. The use of symbols as means of communication among Yoruba of South Western Nigeria

BY


BABAYEMI, John Babatunde

Postgraduate Student,

Department of European Studies,

Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan, Ibadan..



babayemicomfort@gmail.com, +2348034834487

39. Bata Dance as Archive of Yoruba Memory

Samson S. Akapo

Department of Theatre Arts,

University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

Email: ss.akapo@ui.edu.ng, akaposamson44@gmail.com

Phone Number: +234(0)8060449458; WhatsApp: +234(0)8028655486
40. Reincarnation as a Principle of Generational Continuity and Identity in Yoruba Traditional Thought

BY:


Aanuoluwapo Fifebo ALAFE

Department of Philosophy, AdekunleAjasin University, Akungba-Akoko,

Ondo State. Email: fifebo@gmail.com
41. Migration and Yoruba Identity: The case of Ejigbo Experience in Abidjan since 1902.

By:


ADEBODUN OLALEKAN HENRY

Department of History, University of Ibadan



adebodunolalekan@gmail.com, Henryadebodun@gmail.com

+2348060493185

42. Traditional Institution, its sacred position and challenges in contemporary Yoruba Society

BY

BABALOLA,O.E.


DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY,

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IKERE- EKITI.



tomide4christ@gmail.com, (+3248166215710)

43. The Ouster of the Military from Nigeria's Political Landscape: Afenifere and NADECO's Sacrifice.


By:
BABATUNDE A. ADEYEMO
HISTORY DEPARTMENT
AMINU SALEH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AZARE, BAUCHI STATE.
EMAIL: tndadeyemo@gmail.com; Mobile:09071089538

44. Communalism: The Yoruba Philosophy of living


By

Oke, Ebenezer Akinsanya

Department of General Studies, TheIbarapa Polytechnic, Eruwa. Oyo State.

akinsanyaoke@yahoo.com

AND


ADEGBOYEGA O. Oyekunle (Ph.D)

Department of Philosophy, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye



Oyekunle2006@yahoo.com, kunle3966@gmail.com
45. Chieftaincy Institution in Modern Government: The Case of Yorubaland in Western Nigeria. 1945-2015

By

Adu, A.M : B.A,(Hons.) MSc, Pol.Sc.

Department of Political Science,

College of Education, Ikere – Ekiti,

Ekiti State, Nigeria. Tel: 08032069953

&

Familugba, J.O,



Department of History,

College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti,

Ekiti- State, Nigeria.

GSM: 08034490268; E-mail: familugbajonathan@yahoo.com


46. An Appraisal of Music and Dance in Yoruba concept

By

Zaccheaus, O.J,



Department of Theatre Arts

College of Education,Ikere- Ekiti



Akeredolu050@gmail.com. +2347031665453
47. The Crying has Stopped: Changing Trend in Yoruba Marriage Culture (A Case Study of Ekiti State)

BY:


Idowu, Omowumi Omodunni

Department of Economics

Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria.

Tel: 08038851007, E-mail: talk2wummie@yahoo.com

48. Literary Culture and Nationalism in Literature of Yoruba and English Expression.

Olusegun, Elijah Adeoluwa

Department of English, University of Lagos, Akoka.

E-mail: eaolusegun@unilag.edu.ng; +234 7032773091
49. The advantage of Yoruba Traditional Family Planning over the Western’s

BY:


ADISA TIMOTHY OLUWOLE

odunwole07@gmail.com

08035148607

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ONDO.

50. “That we may live long.” An assessment of Yoruba and Cultural Continuities in the Care for the Aged in Ikare Akoko.

AFOLABI OJO OYEYEMI

Department of History and International Studies

AdekunleAjasin University AkungbaAkoko, Ondo State, Nigeria

Email Address: afolabiojooyeyemi@gmail.com

Phone Number: 08109952665, 08059173642


51. The Yoruba Political Elite and Nigeria’s Electoral Politics, 1954 – 1962

Olusanya Faboyede, Ph.D

Department of History & International Studies,

AdekunleAjasin University,

P.M.B. 001, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria.

E-Mail: oaboyedee@gmail.com / olusanya.faboyede@aaua.edu.ng

GSM NO: 08034420151 / 08059223913.
52. Sculptural Records of African History, Yoruba Examples

BY:


KOLADE AYEYEMI

DEPARTMENT OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS

FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL)

AKOKA, YABA, LAGOS. NIGERIA.

E-mail: mokla01@yahoo.com, Mobile Phone: 08038255200
53. The Interactions and Contributions of T.J. Bowen to Yorubaland as a Template for Religious Leaders in Nigeria.

By:


EMMANUEL BLESSING TEMITOPE

(POSTGRADUATE STUDENT)

DEPARTMENT OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES

UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, IBADAN



temmanuel234@gmail.com; 08161237422
54. A Comparative Analysis of the Western and Yoruba Judiciary Systems

                                                                               BY

                                                 OYENUGA OLUKAYODE FELIX

                            OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY AGO-IWOYE ,OGUN-STATE

                                                              AND

                                                  SURAKAT AJIBOLA MURPHY

                              OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY AGO- IWOYE, OGUN-STATE

55. A Phraseo-stylistic analysis of the idiom of the Yorùbá newspaper writers

OlutolaOsunnuga, Ph.D

SOAS,


University of London

Email: tolaosunnuga@yahoo.co.uk


56. A Critical Searchlight on Yoruba and Development in Nigeria.

BY

DR. ADEFARASIN, V.O.



DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY,

AGO-IWOYE, NIGERIA.



adefarasinvo@yahoo.com; adefarasinvo9@gmail.com
57. The dust afflicts not1 but the leaders are Psychopathic: A critical analysis of Tunde Kilani’s saworo-ide

By:


ADESUYAN Bankole Isaac

Political Science/International Relations

AchierversUniversaity, Owo, Ondo State

bankoleadesuyan013@gmail.com +2347039786949

and


OYEWOLE Oyindamola O.

Political Science/International Relations

AchierversUniversaity, Owo, Ondo State

horyindah@yahoo.com +2347035083216
58. The Paradigm shift in socio-economic status: A Prognosis of the Yoruba Alabaru Experinece in Nigeria.

BY:


MORUFF MUDASIRU, Ph.D Candidate,

Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, delemudasiru@gmail.com

University of Ibadan, +234 8035722221,

59. When Prophets threatens the State: Miracles, Healings and Prophesies in Yorubaland, c.1930s -2017



1Thompson, O.O., 1Onifade C. A., and 2Akinola A

1. Department of Communication and General Studies, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta. Ogun state.

2. National Archives, Abeokuta. Oke Mosan Ogun state

Corresponding author: olakunleolasupo@yahoo.com

60. Home Soil or Abroad? Interrogating where the Yoruba Obas should join their Ancestors

By:


Thompson, O.O

Department of Communication and General Studies, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta. Ogun state.

Corresponding author: olakunleolasupo@yahoo.com
61. Deportations in Colonial Yorubaland: A Study in Forced Migration

BY:


OLATUNDE TAIWO

taiwo.olatunde@oouagoiwoye.edu.ng

taiwo_olatunde@yahoo.com

62. Nathaniel A. Fadipe and Pierre Verger in the consolidation and expansion of Yoruba Studies, 1939-1976: A historical Analysis

by

Ifekwe, Bernard Steiner Ph.D



Department of History/International Studies

University of Uyo

Uyo, 520001

TEL:+2348069384104 & +2348055102749; E-mail: bsteiner20@yahoo.com

63. Rethinking Yoruba Epistemology: Some Contemporary Considerations

By:


TIJANI KEHINDE OLUSEGUN

Department of Philosophy, University of Lagos, Nigeria



tijanikehindeolusegun@gmail.com

64 . Yoruba Film Industry and its (Auto)-Biographical Genre

Azeez Akinwumi Sesan, PhD.

Department of Languages and Linguistics

College of Humanities and Culture

Osun State University



azeezakinwumisesan@gmail.com

08053565272, 07065595199


65. Islamic Education in Yorubaland: Its Evolution, Challenges and Prospects

By:


ODENIYI I.K

Department of Religious Studies, ACE, Ondo



Ismailode08@yahoo.com; Tel: 08054179768

66 Rethinking the Yoruba Legal institutions in Contemporary Adjudicatory System

By:

Adebayo Aina, PhD



Department of Philosophy

Olabisi Onabanjo University

Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria

67 Yoruba Exceptionalism: A study of Development Corporations in Nigeria, 1955-1976

By:

Abimbola Oyarinu



University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria.

Department of History, University of Lagos


                                 abimbolaoyarinu@gmail.com; Tel: 08170723444
68. Yoruba Indigenous Security System and the Quest for Social Order in Nigeria: Beyond Uniforms and Gadgets

BY:


ADEGBOYEGA O. Oyekunle

Department of Philosophy

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye

Oyekunle2006@yahoo.com


69. Migration and Settlement: A Study of Oyo-Osun Migrant Farmers and Cocoa

Plantation in Ondo Division, 1930s-1960

BY:

ADESOTE Samson Adesola, PhD



Department of History & International Studies

Osun State University, Osogbo, Nigeria

Email: solaade2007@ymail.com; Tel: +2348062293355
70. Yoruba Dramatic Expression and Cultural Preservation: A Critical Interpretation of the Deployment of Set and Light in Kiriji war Production

By:


AFABOR, kuNLE henry

department of performing arts

olabisi onabanjo university, aGO-IWOYE

afaborkunly@gmail.com; afaborkunle@oouagoiwoye.edu.ng

(07068350481)


71. Yoruba Artistic Expressions and Cultural Preservation on Social Media Videos/Films
S. Joseph Bankola Ola-Koyi, (08038126789) Lecturer & Media Arts Consultant

Department of Performing Arts, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye



ola-koyi.joseph@uuoagoiwoye.edu.ng; sundayolakoyi05@gmail.com

72. The Changing Status of the Yoruba Cultural and Societal Practises since the 19th Century

BY:

OLISEH, Kadishi, Ndudi.



Department of History, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria

Email: olisehkadi@gmail.com


73. THE YORUBA NATION AND THE EMERGENCE OF GLOBALIZATION

BY

DELE IDOWU (PhD)



DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,FACULTY OF ARTS,

OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY,

P.M.B. 2002, AGO IWOYE,OGUN STATE,NIGERIA.

E-MAIL: idowu.oladele@oouagoiwoye.edu.ng, Tel:+2348032669908

74. Colonialism: The rape of the Yoruba Culture

IDOWU, E.O. (MRS)

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE,

UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, IBADAN, NIGERIA.

bethelidowu@gmail.com

75. THE DYNAMICS OF THE ABOLITION OF SLAVE TRADE AND THE CHANGING NATURE OF YORUBA ECONOMY IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

By

BOGE, Faruq Idowu



Department of History and International Studies

Lagos State University Foundation Programme, Badagry, Lagos

+2349098775871, +2348028131162; Email: bogefaruq@yahoo.com
76. ĘkúnÌyàwó: An Artistic Expression of Orality and Cultural Identity
Dr.Oluwafunminiyi Mabawonku1 Mr Adedeji Lamina2

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-lwoye Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-lwoye

E-mail: niyimabs@hotmail.comlaminaadedeji@yahoo.com

77. Samuel Olusegun Osoba on the West and Yoruba Culture

BY:

Tokunbo A. Ayoola (Ph.D.),



Department of History and International Relations,

Elizade University,

Ilara-Mokin, Ondo State, Nigeria, West Africa

Phone: + 002348107284581; E-mail: toks_ayoola@hotmail.com

78. Literary Culture and Nationalism in Literature of Yoruba and English Expression.

BY:


Olusegun, Elijah Adeoluwa

Department of English, University of Lagos, Akoka.

E-mail: eaolusegun@unilag.edu.ng; +234 7032773091
79. The scramble for Ilorin in the 19th century: A Politico-Religious Analysis

S. Ademola Ajayi,

Prof. of History,

Department of History, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

+234 803 836 2273, +234 802 339 209; E-mail: ajayisa@yahoo.com
80. The role of traditional Yoruba moral values as a veritable tool in solving the moral decadence in Nigeria

By:


OKORO, NGOZI PRISCILLA (Ph.D)

Educational Foundations and Management

Federal College of Education, Osiele, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria

81. Classroom Education, Values and Social Reconstruction in Africa

By:

OBIOHA, UWAEZUOKE PRECIOUS, PhD



EMAIL: unclepees@yahoo.com

and

OYENUGA, OLUKAYODE FELIX, PhD

EMAIL: oyenugaolukayode@yahoo.com

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY

AGO-IWOYE, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA


82. ADULT EDUCATION IN YORUBA TRADITION: EXPLORATION OF FOLKTALES AND PROVERBS

BY:


Dr.Tajudeen Adewumi Adebisi

Department of Adult Education and Lifelong Learning

Faculty of Education, ObafemiAwolowo University

Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria

83. YORUBA AND PARTY POLITICS IN NIGERIA

Samuel Babatola Ayiti

Graduate Student, Department of Political Science,

Ekiti State University. Ado Ekiti, Nigeria.

E-mail: ayitibabatola@gmail.com, ayiti2@yahoo.com

Tel: +2348035210230


84. STAGE PERFORMANCE AND THE PROMOTION OF YORUBA LANGUAGE IN THE 21ST CENTURY: YORUBA DRAMA FESTIVAL EXPERIENCE

BY

Abraham Oladayo Olushola



abrahamoladayo6@gmail.com, 08063453175

Department of Theatre Arts, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.


85. From Olufunmilayo Ransome-Kuti to Olabisi Olateru-Olagbegi: The Changing Phases of Yoruba Female Activism

BY:


Ogunmolaji, Mosunmola Regina

Department of History and Strategic Studies,

Faculty of Arts,

University of Lagos, Nigeria.



ogunmolajimosun@gmail.com
86. They Urbanized, Why not industrialized? An Economic History of Yoruba Agro Cities, 1800-2000

By

Taiwo Owoeye Ph.D



Department of Economics, Faculty of the Social Sciences,

Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria

E-mail: owoeyetaye@yahoo.co.uk
87. TRADITIONAL YORUBA VALUES AND THE QUEST FOR DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

BY:


ỌLÁDỌTUN B. ỌSANYÌNBÍ

General Studies Department,

The Federal University of Technology, Akure

Mobile Number- 08067411018

Email address-dosanyinbi@futa.edu.ng
88. A SOCIO-RELIGIOUS BASIS OF YORUBA NATION IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN POLITICS AND A WAY FORWARD

BY

ODUDELE ROTIMI



Senior Lecturer of Sociology of Religion

Department of Christian Religious Studies

College of Education, IkereEkiti

Ekiti State, Nigeria.

GSM: 08033663188, 08051693675; E-mail: rotiodu@yahoo.com

89. Industrialisation in Yorubaland and the Nigerian Economic Develoment: An Analysis

Miss. IHUOMA, Chinonso

Department of History, University of Ibadan.



Ihuoma.chinonso@yahoo.com; 08062300649
90. Yoruba Traditional Medicine and the Challenges of Orthodox Medical Practice

By:


LASISI SEKINAT ADEBUSOLA (MRS)

Department of History and Diplomatic Studies,

Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago – Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria.

busolahds@gmail.com; Tel: 08032500326.
91 The role of Yoruba in the spread of Pentecostalism in Central Nigeria, 1960-2017.

BY

EZEKIEL Agbo Ameh



Department of History, Benue State University,

Makurdi-Nigeria

Email: ezekielameh@gmail.com; Phone: 08033309906
92. BRIDGING THE YORUBA NUMERALS’ GAP BETWEEN THE OLD AND THE NEW GENERATION OF THE DIGITAL WORLD

BY:


Banjo Adebisi Elizabeth Ph.D

Tai Solarin College of Education

Omu – Ijebu, Ogun State, Nigeria

bisban60@yahoo.co.uk / bisban60@gmail.com

+2348033741257
93. PROMOTING YORUBA LANGUAGE THROUGH STAGE PERFORMANCES: A POST-MORTEM OF YORUBA DRAMA FESTIVAL 2017

BY:


Bashiru Akande Lasisi (PhD)

Department of Theatre Arts, University of Ibadan

Bashbalga@gmail.com

Abraham OladayoOlushola



abrahamoladayo6@gmail.com, 08063453175
94. Yoruba Oralities and Postcolonial African Poetry: Ideology, Politics and Protest in

Wole Soyinka and Niyi Osundare


Okunlola, Theophilus

Department of English, University of Lagos

theobolu@gmail.com

+2348134842028


95. Corruption in the indigenous Yorùbá Political System: A Post modern study of Aiyé D’aiyé Oyìnbó

BY


ADESANYA AHMED O. Ph.D

DEPARTMENT OF AFRICAN LANGUAGES, LTERATURES

AND COMMUNICATION ARTS,

LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY, OJO, LAGOS.



adesanyaao@yahoo.com

96 Yoruba artistic expressions and cultural preservation in traditional and modern times

Akinwale Onipede, Ph.D

Department of Creative Arts,

University of Lagos

Email : akinwaleonipede@yahoo.com

Tel: 0803 331 6729

and

Ademola Azeez, Ph.D.

Department of Fine and Applied Arts,

Federal College of Education Technical Akoka, Lagos

Email : ade_azeez2002@yahoo.com

Tel : 08023312410

97. Developing Basic Scientific Terms in Yoruba: A Morphosyntactic Approach

By:


ADÉDOYINSỌ́LÁ ỌMỌ́WÙNMÍ ẸLẸ́SHIN

Department of Linguistics, African and Asian Studies,

University of Lagos, Nigeria

deleshin@unilag.edu.ng, Tel: 08089290593
98. Popular culture and cultural rejuvenation: the case of the Yoruba hip hop artiste

By:


Lawal, Mulikah Adeyemi

Department of English, University of Lagos, Nigeria



amulikah@gmail.com, Tel: 07030903337, 08189034350

99. RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION OF YORUBA CULTURAL HERITAGE: THE ROLE OF THE FAMILY



By

Awofeko, Emmanuel Oluwasegun

Department of Religious Studies,

McPherson University, Seriki-Sotayo, Abeokuta,

Ogun State, Nigeria



emmashalom2004@yahoo.co.uk, +2348055697865

&

Oyebanjo, Olatunji Olusegun

Department of Religious Studies,

Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun

Ogun State, Nigeria. lovingsheg@yahoo.co.uk, +2348076173953

100 The Yoruba Culture and National Integration: The Case of Aso-Ebi as a National Culture in Nigeria.

Ewalefoh Ernest Osemobho

Department of History,

University of Ibadan

Ibadan, Oyo State.

Email: ewalefohernest@gmail.com

Telephone Number: +2348166968237
101 Methodological Issues in the Study of Yoruba History and Politics: Oral Tradition in Yoruba History: A Study of Lagos Igbe Songs

Ilupeju Taariqa-R Adepeju

PhD Student Department of History and Strategic Studies

University of Lagos, Email: ilupejujunaid@gmail.com


102 An Examination of the Contributions of Muslim Clerics (Alfa) to the Development of the Yoruba Nation since the Nineteenth Century

Owoyemi Samuwilu Alade (PhD)

Department of Religious Studies, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria

alade.owoyemi@oouagoiwoye.edu.ngsamuwilualade2016@yahoo.com 08064488812
103. Reflecting nationalism through language use in selected Ayinla Omowuea’s Apala Music

By:


OluwoleAkinbode, Ph.D

Tai Solarin Univeersity of Education,

Department of English,

Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode



akin.wole07@yahoo.com

104. Globalizing Yoruba Art: The Agents, Mediums and Impact.



Akinwale Onipede

University of Lagos



akinwaleonipede@yahoo.com; Tel: 08033316729

105. Protecting Cultural Heritage and the Need for Infrastructure Development in the Contemporary Yoruba Communities: Balancing the Equation through Adaptation



Akeem O. Bello1 (Graduate Student) Institute of Peace, security and Governance, Ekiti State University.

107 THE POLITICS OF YORUBA NATION AND THE FLUCTUATING FORTUNES

OF THE ROYAL FATHERS
Aladegbola, Isaac Adegbenga (Ph.D.),

Department of Political science,

Ekiti State University, Ado -Ekiti,

Nigeria.


isaac.aladegbola@eksu.edu.ng, Tel +234-803-427-3929
108 Uniting Yoruba Traditional Political Institutions for Future Challenges

Babajide Adetunji Tella

Doctoral Candidate

Department of Political Science

University of Ibadan. Ibadan.

babajidetella@gmail.com, Tel: 07063844321
109 PRESERVED ART WORKS OF ABEOKUTA: FROM 1830-TO DATE AND TRENDS IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

BY

* IFETA, FUNKE CHRIS (Ph. D) **IDOWU, OLATUNJI (Ph. D) ***OCHEI, BUKOLA EDESIRI (LLM)



*Tai Solarin University Of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria.

Email: funkeifeta @gmail.com

**Tai Solarin University of Education, IjagunIjebu-Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria.

Email: facedetruth4@yahoo.com

***Doctoral Research Student, Department of Public Law,Faculty of Law,University of Ibadan,Ibadan, OYO State, Nigeria.Email: desiri29@yahoo.com
110. Tinubu, the Yoruba nation and the Politics of Statesmanship

BAMISHIGBIN LAWAL ALABI

Ph.D. Candidate

Department of Political Science

University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Email: bamishigbin@gmail.com, 08139795484
111. Elements and Diffusion of Yoruba Culture in The Diaspora: The Conflict Of Cross Cultural Migration

By


Udo Emem Michael

Department of History/International studies

University of Uyo, Uyo.

Email: sweatshirt85@yahoo.com


112. Aso Ebi Concept among the Yoruba of South-West Nigeria: Paradox of Dorcas in Acts of Apostles 9:36-39

By

O.K Jibromah (Mrs.)



Department of Religious Studies,

Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, Odo State

Email: jibromahok@aceondo.edu.ng

Tel. 08181296640 or 08023197985


113. Yoruba Women in Politics and Society since Pre-colonial Era.

WILLIAM, Mary Aniefiok

Department of History,

University of Ibadan

E-mail: marywilliam2035@gmail.com
114. Western education and Yoruba-Igbo Inter-Group relations: A Case Study of University of Ibadan, 1945-1967

BY:


CHUKWUEBUKA OMEJE

Department of History, University of Ibadan

EMAIL: omejechukwuebuka185@gmail.com
115. Myths of Origin and Yoruba Nation

By

Ojekunle Ibrahim Timilehin



Department of Philosophy, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife

Email:ojekunleibrahim@gmail.com

116. Metropolitanism and the Negotiation for Cultural Integration in the Films of Tunde Kelani and Kunle Afolayan

By:


Ibrahim A. Odugbemi

University of Ibadan

abiolatopnotch@gmail.com, 08051924532
117. Oduduwa and the emergence of Yoruba Civilization

By:


Awoyera, E. Funmilayo

Department of History

ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State

awoyeraf@gmail.com

and


Agholor, Ndunka Henry

Department of Sociology and Anthropology

ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State

henryndunka@gmail.com

118. Women and Pottery Production in Yorubaland

Ademola, Iyabode Yemisi

Department of History,

University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

Phone numbers: 08189442561 and 08074567329

E-mail: yemix266@yahoo.com
119. The influence of Yoruba Culture and Language on Nigerian Popular Music

Etuk, Akaninyene Ufot

Department of History, University of Ibadan

EMAIL: etukakan1@gmail.com, PHONE NO: 08105075028


120. An Existentialist Study of the ‘Yoruba Press’ and National Development

Anthony Okeregbe, PhD

Department of Philosophy,

University of Lagos, Nigeria.



tonyokeregbe@yahoo.co.uk, aokeregbe@unilag.edu.ng, Phone: 08033926863
121. Interrogating Inter-group Relations in the Lagos Area up to 1967
By

Habeeb Abiodun Sanni, PhD

Department of History & International Studies,

Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos.

Cell -phone: 0829088655, 08079715355

Email : habeebsanni12@gmail.com, Habeeb.sanni@ymail.com


122. An Historical Analysis of the Yoruba Origin and Politics in Pre-colonial Era.

by

Ojebiyi O.A (Ph.D)



ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile-Ife,

Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling.



olufemiadesola@yahoo.com

and


Fasakin L.S

Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling.

ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile-Ife,

fasakinlawson@yahoo.com
123. ANALYSIS OF ABOLORE ADIGUN A.K.A. 9ICE AND BUKOLA ELEMIDE A.K.A. ASA MUSIC TITLED ‘PETEPETE’ HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE.

OLADIPO Olufunmilola Temitayo

Department of Performing Arts,

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye.



oladipofunmilola@yahoo.com; Tel: 08100804006

and


ADEJUBE Samuel Ayoola

samuel.adejube@oouagoiwoye.edu.ng 08034865081

and

AKANDE Sunday Olufemi



olufemi.akande@oouagoiwoye.edu.ng 08057707608

and


ADEYEYE Adetoyese

adetoyeseadeyeye@gmail.com 08066510178


124. Traditional Medicine and Igbo-Yoruba relations in Nigeria

Chidubem I. Obayi

Department of History, University of Ibadan.

EMAIL: obayichidubem@yahoo.com, Phone No: 07036095766


125. Thinking in Tales: Mythology, Philosophy, and the Yoruba Worldview

By:


TENIOLA TONADE

Department of Philosophy, University of Lagos, Nigeria



mrtonade@gmail.com, Tel. 08130004822
126. Cultural Vestiges: A Tripodic Analysis of Empowerment among Yoruba and

Igbo Women

By:

Osondu, Yolanda Chinelo



University of Lagos

osondu_yolanda@yahoo.com; Tel: 08187511806

127. RE-POSITIONING ARTS AND CRAFTS IN THE NEW OYO

Enoch Adeniran

128. The Pragmatics of Women Identity Construction in Selected Yoruba Proverbs

Ezekiel Opeyemi OLAJIMBITI

Department of English

University of Ibadan

Opebukola56@gmail.com

and


Boriwaye Oluwatosin ADEYEHUN

Department of English

University of Ibadan

adeyehuntosin@gmail.com


129. Migrations, Conflicts and Trade of the Yoruba People and Nigerians in West Africa (1910-1970)

Authors:

1. Henry OlalekanAdebodun (M.A), Department of History, University of Ibadan, adebodunolalekan@gmail.com, henryadebodun@gmail.com, +234-8060-4931-85.

2. Bamidélé ALY, MPhil (Research) student in Economic History, Department of Economic History, Panthéon-Sorbonne University (Paris 1), 00 44 77 57 50 45 10 (UK) or 00 33 6 66 94 85 71 (France)



Theme:The Yoruba Nation and Politics since the nineteenth century: A conference in honor of Prof. J.A. Atanda

130. Naming in Yoruba cultural Thought: Some Social Imports

By

Afeez Sufianu



Department of Philosophy,

University of Lagos, Akoka

Phone no: 08030660132, Email: profism77@gmail.com
131. Intra-Group Relations among the Yoruba

BY:


ADEPEJU QAOZARA ADEBANKE

UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, AKOKA

16,IDUNTAFA STREET,LAGOS ISLAND.
132. An Analysis of Yoruba Cultural paradigm in French translation of Osofisan’s

Once upon four robbers”

By:

Keji Felix Faniran



Department of Languages & Linguistics

College of Humanities and Culture, Osun State University,

Ikire campus, Osogbo, Osun State. Nigeria

Email: felixfaniran@gmail.com

133. Interrogating the Thoughts of Wole Soyinka to Nigeria’s National Discourse

Richard U. Gbemudia

Doctoral Candidate

Department of Political Science

University of Ibadan. Ibadan.

Richardbrown4u73@gmail.com, Tel: +243-8125644686
134. Contemporary Yoruba Women and the Quest for Political Transformation: A Critical Perspective of Ademiluyi’s The New Man

Tolu Oluremi

Osun State University, Osogbo, Nigeria

toluoluremi@gmail.com, tolulope.oluremi@uniosun.edu.ng

+234-8060350202, +234-7056093525


135. The place of Courtyard (Akodi) in the cultural upbringing of a child in Yorubaland: A case of Omuo in Ekiti State.

By

FASIKU, Adesola Mercy Ph.D

Department of Social Studies

College of Education

IkereEkiti, Ekiti State

Email: mercyfasiku@gmail.com, Phone: 08062647636





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