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136. Culture and Tourism: Yoruba festivals and the celebration of Women Power



NWACHUKWU, Uzoamaka

Nwachukwuuzoamaka25@gmail.com

08112422857

137. Understanding the Context of Slavery and its impact in Yorubaland in the nineteenth Century

by:

OGUNNIYI, Olayemi Jacob



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

Ibadan, Nigeria, ayoyemlove@yahoo.com, temyem2014@gmail.com

+2348033207633, +2348057737342
138. Moral teaching in Yoruba folk music and its prospect for Nigeria Socio-Political Stability and Development

by


OJELABI CORNELIUS OLUFEMI

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC,

EMMANUEL ALAYANDE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,

OYO, OYO STATE

PHONE: 08162735503/0805925011, Email: ojelabioluwafemi@gmail.com

139. Historical Discourse of Wars and Political Turmoils in Yorubaland in the Pre-colonial Era

Kolawole Adeniran, ADESUYI

Department of History & International Studies, Faculty of Arts,

Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria +2348033634439

adekola2suceed@yahoo.com

140. Ethno-Religious Conflict, Human Security and Peace-Building in Lagos

By:

James Olusegun Adeyeri, PhD



Lagos State University, Ojo

Email: jadeyeriolusegun@gmail.com


141 Referential Pragmatics in Proverbial Interactions in Ahmed Yerima’s Mojagbe

BY:


ODESANYA, Adesewa Mosopefoluwa

English Department, Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun state



adesewa.mosope@gmail.com , +2348091773964

142. The Trajectory of Àjẹ́

BY:

Sàláwù, Ìgbẹ́kẹ̀lé S.



Institute of African Studies,

University of Ibadan, Ibadan



igbekelesalawu@yahoo.com

07038036402, 08072375132


143 . A Contrastive study of style in Fagunwa’s Igbo Olodumare and Ajadi’s translated version The Forest of God

By:


Olatundun, J. Oladepo

Department of Languages and Linguistics

College of Humanities and Culture, Ikire, Osun State University, Nigeria

Email: ladeenheritage@yahoo.co.uk or Joshua.olatundun@uniosun.edu.ng

144. The roles of ‘Ulama (Arabic Scholars) in the 19th century Yoruba Nation and Politics

Dr. Hashimi A.O.

Department of Religious Studies

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye,

Ogun State, Nigeria

hashimiabdganiy62@gmail.com, Tel: 08058871036
145. Comparative Analysis of Ifa in Yoruba Culture and Prophetism in Celestial Church of Christ

By:


Azeez Oluwakemi H.

Department of Religious Studies,

University of Ibadan

adekemi_4luv@yahoo.com, Tel: 08039230980
146. The Philosophical Basis of Religious Tolerance among the Yoruba

By:


Adu, Modupe Olajumoke

Department of Philosophy

University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria

dupeadu@gmail.com+2348030455199
147. Effects of Yoruba, Mixed- and English Language Instructions on Primary School Pupils’ Performance in Basic Science

By:


Ojo, Christianah Oluyemi (Ph.D)

Department of Early Childhood Care and Education

Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, Ondo State

Email: roose4me@yahoo.co

&

BELLO, Theodora Olufunke (Ph.D)



Institute of Education

ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State



Email: bledora@yahoo.co.uk

&

FAMAKINWA. Adebayo



Institute of Education

ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State



Email: adebayoefamakinwa@gmail.com

&

AKINROTIMI, AdenikeAdeola



Department of Early Childhood Care and Education

Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, Ondo State



Email: akinrotim@yahoo.co
148. Yoruba contributions to the Development of Nigerian Music

FAGBILE Funso Adeniyi

Music Department

Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo



funsofagbile@yahoo.com, Tel: 08066025575
149. Socio-cultural relevance of traditional festivals for the Yoruba People of Nigeria

By:


‘Gbade Ikuejube, PhD

Department of History

Adeyemi College of Education,

Ondo, Ondo State; Tel: 08035780409

Email: ajigbadejube@gmail.com

150. Colonial Politics and Intra-ethnic Rivalries in Some Parts of Yorubaland: the Example of Ondo and Ijebu Native Authorities


R.F. Obinta, PhD

Department of History,

ObafemiAwolowo University,

Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

Tel: 08075307520, Email: rfobinta@oauife.edu.ng, obintaremi500@gmail.com
151. Appropriation of Yoruba Cultural Realities in the pattern of Church Beliefs and Practices: The Nigerian Baptist Experience, 1875–1914

BY:


Oluwaseun O. Afolabi, PhD

Peace and Conflict Studies Programme,

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies,

University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

Email: oluwaseunafolabi@gmail.com; +234 8077378837

and


S. AdemolaAjayi

Department of History

University of Ibadan,

Ibadan, Nigeria.


152. In Praise of Yoru-Alienation: Appiah’s Cultural Darwinism and the Thesis of Cultural Essentialism

By:


‘Táyò Oládèbó

ooladebo0349@stu.ui.edu.ng, +2348032528432

Department of Philosophy, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

153. The Roles of Counselling Education in Enhancing the Stability of Yoruba Family

BY


BALOGUN M.A.

Depepartment of Psychology,

Guidance and Counselling Education

School of Education

Federal College of Education

Abeokuta. Email: speaktoa3@gmail.com


154 More than farmers’ wives: The changing role of Yoruba women in cocoa production in Tonkere farm settlement in Osun State, Nigeria.

OYEWALE, Peter Oluwaseun PhD

Department of History and International Studies,

Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti.

E-mail seuncorrect@yahoo.com
155. Yoruba Film Industry and its (Auto)-Biographical Genre

BY:


Azeez Akinwumi Sesan, PhD.

Department of Languages and Linguistics

College of Humanities and Culture

Osun State University



azeezakinwumisesan@gmail.com

08053565272, 07065595199


156. Yoruba Culture and the Practice of Widowhood in Contemporary Yoruba Video Films

By

Victoria O. Adeniyi (Ph.D)



Department of Dramatic Arts,

ObafemiAwolowo University,

Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

E-mail: vicadeniyi2k4@yahoo.com

157. Human Representation in Yoruba Woodcarving as a Metaphor of Leadership: A Study of Selected Yoruba Woodcarvings

Oluwaseun Isaac Abati

Department of Theatre and Film Arts,

University of Jos, Jos, Plateau State

isaacabati@gmail.com

+2348067461615

and

KehindeAdepegba

Department of Art and Industrial Design

Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu

adepe200us@yahoo.com

+2348023309025


158. The Influence of Pentecostalism on Yoruba Nation

BY:


Dr. Selome Kuponu

Dept. of Religions and Peace Studies

Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos

Selome1965@gmail.com

159. Yoruba contributions to Music: The Alaafin Oyo Court Music Experience

John Ajewole, Ph.D.

Department of Creative Arts (Music)

Faculty of Arts

University of Lagos

Akoka, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria.

pastorajewolejohn1@yahoo.com

+2348034882948.

160 Customization of Yoruba Names in Social Media and its Socio-Linguistic Implications On Cultural Values



1Ajao, A. F. and 2Oyebola, T. M.

Department of General Studies,

The Polytechnic, Ibadan,

E-mail: ajao.folasade@yahoo.com and tooyinoye@gmail.com

08160831543 and 08056565729

161. Yoruba cultural practices in the worship of the Nigerian Baptist Convention: A case study of First Baptist Church, Kosofe, Lagos.

By

OladipupoOlugbodi,



Department of History and Strategic Studies,

University of Lagos.

Email: dipo.olugbodi@yahoo.com
162. Music and Folklore: Towards Retaining the Core of Yoruba Culture

Okunade, Seun Adedokun

Department of History, University of Ibadan

gbileokunade@yahoo.com

08024570085
163. 'OPON IMO' A REVIEW OF YORUBA MODERN DAY LITERACY

BY

A.A. OWOJUYIGBE,1O.A. AROWOSOLA,2 P.F. OWOJUYIGBE3



1& 2- Polytechnic Library

Yaba College of Technology

Yaba, Lagos State, Nigeria

aowojuyigbe@gmail.com

+234 703 1055 403

&

3- Department of History



Adeyemi College of Education

Ondo State, Nigeria



owololapraise@gmail.com
164. Synchronization of Yoruba Culture and Religion for International Identity: The Contribution of Nollywood

By

Idowu Kojusotito Olatunji, Ph.D



(facedetruth4@yahoo.com)

Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu Ode

and

OgunkoyaSaheedAdeniyi



Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu Ode
165. Inter-creed relations among Yoruba people: emerging trends and challenges

Azeez Olaniyan, PhD

Department of Political Science

Ekiti State University

Ado Ekiti, Nigeria

Email: olaniyan444@yahoo.com

Mobile: +2348032290475

166. Gender relations among the Yoruba: Distinct Aging in the 20th century

BY

P.F. OWOJUYIGBE



Department of History

Adeyemi College of Education

Ondo State, Nigeria

owololapraise@gmail.com

+234 803 6071 915

&

O.O. AKINOLA



Department of Social Studies

Adeyemi College of Education

Ondo State, Nigeria

akinolaojo@ymail.com

167. Yoruba (indigenous/first) Language as an incorporation into the medium of instruction in the teaching and learning of Science Subjects

Adeagbo, Nathaniel Oluwajoba Olufunmilayo D. Ayodele

University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Oduduwauniversity, Nigeria

nathwrites@gmail.com olufunmilayopapers@gmail.com

08066347365 08038188425


168. Colonialism and the homogenization of the Yoruba people: Making meaning of Identities as Social Constructs

BY:


Oyekan, AdeoluOluwaseyi

Department of Philosophy,

Lagos State University, Ojo.

adeoluoyekan@gmail.com
169. Obafemi Awolowo and Successors (1950-2016): Giant Strides, Tragic Errors?

By:


OyesolaAnimashaun, PhD,

College of Law, Kwara State University,

Malete-Nigeria.
170. The Touting of the Concept of Omoluabi as Disservice from the camp of Political Opportunists: A Psycho-Political Analysis

By:


Adeleye Adediran Temitope, Ph.D

Department of Guidance and Counselling,

University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

GSM No: +234 703 473 7391; Email: tope4diran2015@gmail.com
171. Chief Moyosore Aboderin: A Portrait of a Nationalist

Akanbi, B. O.

University of Ibadan

bodekan@yahoo.com, 07033073209
172. Yoruba Personalities and making of the Nation: A case study of Chief Obafemi Awolowo during first Republic in Nigeria

By:


Buhari, L.O., Ph.D

Department of History and International Studies,

Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti

08062468125



Lateef.buhari@eksu.edu.ng, latfem4real@yahoo.com
173. Dialectics of the Yoruba Human-Animal Relations and a Moral Imperative for Animal Rights

By:


Leye Komolafe

Department of Philosophy,

University of Ibadan

+2347035717950, +2348089846682. simplykomolafe@gmail.com

174. Midwifing Nigeria’s fragile Unity: The role of Obafemi Awolowo in the Nigerian Civil War

Johnson Olaosebikan Aremu,

Department of History and International Studies,

Ekiti State University, Ado- Ekiti, Nigeria.

175. The Role of Eleti-Ofein the Translation of English Vocabulary and the Sustainability of the Yoruba Language

by

‘OLAYEMI, Oluwakemi Titilola



Department of English,

Olabisi Onabanjo University,

Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria

E-mail: olayemioou@gmail.com; Phone number:+2348053515891

176. Yoruba Customary Law: the good and the bad prior the English legal system

Ademola SUNDAY-AYEERUN, LL.B, B.L., CM.Arb.

Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

Email: integritymattersalot@yahoo.com

GSM: 08060212737
177. A Fibi Su Oloore2: A Study Of The Case Of A Fringe Yoruba Elite*

BY

OYESOLA Animashaun, Ph.D



College of Law, Kwara State University, Malete, Nigeria
178. An Appraisal of the Dynamics of Intra Group Communication among RegbeRegbe in Ijebu Land

By

Lekan Rufai



Department of Mass Communication

Faculty of Social and Management Sciences

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye

Rufai.mustapha@oouagoiwoye.edu.nglamilekanrufai@yahoo.com

179. Restructuring and the Nigerian Polity: A recourse to Selected Yoruba Literary Works

By:

Dr. (Mrs) E.O. Salami,



Department of Nigerian Languages and Literatures,

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye,

Ogun State, Nigeria

Email: ejitoyosisalami@gmail.com; Phone No: 08037419667

180. “Importing Wider Political Arguments into Local Debates”: The Politics and Exploits of Samuel Akinsanya in the Agitation for Remo Independence in Colonial Nigeria

BY:


Ademola Adedeji

Dept. of International Relations

ObafemiAwolowo University. Ile Ife

E-mail: adedejiademola7@gmail.com

And

Oladipo Olubomehin, PhD



Department of History and Diplomatic Studies

Olabisi Onabanjo University,

Ago Iwoye

E-mail: olubomehind@gmail.com

181. Eroded Reference of Yoruba Royalty: Prognosis To Moral Bankruptcy In Yorubaland

By


Ajani Tunde Olanrewaju

Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo



lanrebrobre@gmail.com

182. Diamonds in the Rough: An Exposition on Women and Development in Ifa.

BY

AMUDA MOSIGBODI BAMIDELE



For Africa's Rebirth Movement

(platothelaw2000@gmail.com)

183. Pre-colonial Political/Governance Formation Among the Three Major Ethnic Groups in Nigeria – Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba: An Alternative to western Democracy

By

Dr. Grace Umezurike



Department of Philosophy and Religion,

Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria.

Email: graceumez@yahoo.com

Phone: +2347033571612

184. Ritual images and symbols of Yoruba culture in video film of Tunde Kelani: The Narrow Path

BY:


Victor ‘Tunji TAIWO

School of Communication (Post Graduate Unit),

Lagos State University, (LASU), Ojo, Lagos State, Nigeria.

Email: taiwovictor22@gmail.com; tel: +234803482032

185. Yoruba-Igbo Rivalry 1937-1970: A historical analysis of the birth of Nigeria’s Political Dilemma

By

Udida A. Undiyaundeye, PhD



Department of History & Int’l Studies

University of Uyo, Uyo

E-mail: udidali@yahoo.com; Phone: +234810162765, +2348025377516
186. Another Approach to Yoruba Home Video: A Director’s Responsibilty
Monijesu Ebube & Festus O. Idoko

Department of Theatre & Film Arts

Faculty of Arts,

University of Jos, Jos.

187. The Social Media Derisive Balkanization of the Geopolitical Groups in Nigeria: The Yorùbás as Afonja Experience

By:


Agholor, Ndunka Henry

Department of Sociology and Anthropology

ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun State

henryndunka@gmail.com

and

Awoyera, E. Funmilayo



Department of History

ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun State

awoyeraf@gmail.com
188. Migration and Yoruba Identity in Cameroon, c.1930s-2000

By


Walter Gam Nkwi, PhD

Department OF History

P.O Box 63,

University of Buea, Cameroon

E-mail: nkwi.walters@ubuea.cm

Cell Phone: 00237-675659814

and

Eric Adeniyi



By Walter Gam Nkwi, PhD

Department OF History

P.O Box 63,

University of Buea, Cameroon

E-mail: adeniyieric05@gmail.com

Cell Phone: 00237675659814


189. The Yoruba and the Contestation for Nigerian Political Space since Independence

By:


OKLA EMMANUEL S. (Ph.D)

Department of History

Benue State University

Email: oklaemmanuel4u@gmail.com

GSM: +2348066845195

190. Intertextuality and Representations of Cultural Memory in Selected Music of Beautiful Nubia

BY:

Okunlola, Theophilus



Department of English, University of Lagos

Email: theobolu@gmail.com; +2348134842028


191. Agricultural Development in Nigeria: An Economic Perspective and the Contribution of the Yoruba’s
Monday S. Adiaha1*, Badamasi. A. Tarda 2, Mosunmola A. Ajileye 3, Elizabeth E. Abolarin4 and Oliver. A. Agba5

1* Directorate of Continuing Education, Federal Capital Territory College of Education, Zuba-Abuja/ Department of Agronomy (Crop and Soil Science), Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, Cross River University of Technology, Nigeria
2 Director Demonstration School, Federal Capital Territory College of Education, Zuba-Abuja, Nigeria
3 Department of Curriculum and Instruction, School of Education, Federal Capital Territory College of Education, Zuba-Abuja, Nigeria
4 Department of Guidance and Counselling, School of Education, Federal Capital Territory College of Education, Zuba-Abuja, Nigeria
5Department of Agronomy (Crop and Soil Science), Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, Cross River University of Technology, Nigeria

192. "We are British subjects...We are Yoruba African:" Lagos Newspapers, Missionary Education and the Propagation of Imperial Ideals in the 19th century

Halimat Somotan,



Email: ths2122@columbia.edu

Doctoral student in African History,

Columbia University

193. The Yorubas and Salient Issues in Nigerian Politics

By:

ALO, Lawrence Kolawole PhD



Redeemer’s University, Ede,

Osun State, Nigeria.

Email: kolaalo@yahoo.co.uk

194. The Role of Ifá in Relation to the Myths of Origin and the Yoruba Nation

By

Olaleye Samuel Kayode, Ph.D.



Department of Religious Studies,

University of Ìbàdàn̩, Ìbàdàn̩, Oyo State, Nigeria

E-mail: kayodeleye2005@yahoo.com Phone: 08036777305
195. From traditional to modern: Understanding transformations in Pre-colonial Ilesha Prison

By

Tolulope Ilesanmi,



Department of History and Strategic Studies,

University of Lagos.

Email: ilesanmitolulope14@gmail.com
196. Yorubaland and her hidden treasures: the need for Locational Identification and adequate exploitation for environmental development and sustainability

By:


Olukemi A. FUNMILAYO; A.O. ADEWOLU & O.B. OMOSUYI

Department of Geography

Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo.

Corresponding Author Email: funmilayoolukemi@gmail.com



funmilayooa@aceondo.edu.ng; +234-8035661673
197. Strategies for Enhancing Nutrition Education among Rural Dwellers in Nigeria

Adeyanju, B.E.

Department of Home Economics,

Adeyemi College of Education , Ondo, Nigeria.

Email: ebundaropale@yahoo.co.uk

Phone: 234 803 803 2104


And
Loto, A.O.

Department of Home Economics,

Adeyemi College of Education ,Ondo, Nigeria.

Email: leneloto@yahoo.com

Phone:234 803 575 6657

198. Ikorodu- Igbogbo military Relations in the 19th Century

BY:

Adeyemi-Suenu, adebowale (Ph.D)



Department of History and International Studies,

Lagos State University, Ojo. Lagos State

E-MAIL: ololadeololade70@gmail.com

199. Is there a Yoruba Nation Today?



By:

Yussuf, N. Babatunde

Department of History & Diplomatic Studies,

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye

E-mail: yussufbabatunde2012@gmail.com,

Mobile: 08020600801, 08053935001,

&

Soile, I. Oluwaseun

Department of History & Diplomatic Studies,

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye

E-mail: edusoilerosion@yahoo.com

Mobile: 08024135913, 08079715536,

200. Funmilayo Ransome Kuti: Redeeming the Status of Women’s Market Power

NWACHUKWU, Uzoamaka



Nwachukwuuzoamaka25@gmail.com

Tel: 08112422857


201. Archetypes, Agency and Power Play in Muyiwa Ademola’sÌgbà Ìwásẹ̀

By:


Azeez Akinwumi Sesan, PhD

Department of Languages and Linguistics

Osun State University

Ikire Campus


202. 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
203. Religious Multiplicity and Tolerance in Yorubaland

Chidubem I. Obayi

Department of History, University of Ibadan.

obayichidubem@yahoo.com, Phone No: 07036095766

204. Governance and the Yoruba Nation: The Place of Traditional Leaders in the

Administration of the People.

By

Folorunso Christianah O3

&

Ogunbayo Oluwasegun E2


1 Graduate student, Institute of Peace, Security and Governance, Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria; Email: akeembello0870@gmail.com Tel: +2348035720220.
106. Yoruba Political institutions and their impact on nation building in the 21st Century

By


OGUNBUNMI, Olufunmilola Adedayo (Bowen University, History Dept)

Bowen University, Iwo

Department of History and International Studies


2


 A Yoruba phrase for an ingrate

3 Assistance Lecturer, Department of Social Studies, School of Arts and Social Sciences, College of Education Ikere Ekiti, Nigeria; Email: folorunsochristy@gmail.com Tel: +2348032314814.

2 Lecturer, Department of Social Studies, School of Arts and Social Sciences, College of Education IkereEkiti, Nigeria


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