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Beyond the confines of the African continent, Yoruba civilisation has...
Was Goodluck Jonathan weak and clueless as his traducers have claimed?...
A narrative tour de force, this novel has got everything — friendship...
This landmark reference work emphasizes Yoruba history, geography and demography, language and linguistics, literature, philosophy, religion, and art.
Gender, Culture and Development in Africa interrogates ways in which gender, culture, and development in the African context reinforce, shape, and reshape one another.
This innovative anthology presents an interdisciplinary approach to Yorùbá culture and customs.
The essays in this volume provide a framework for understanding contemporary Nigeria’s pains and gains.
White Chief, Black Lords explores the tensions and contradictions between the British colonial civilizing mission and the practice of indirect rule. 177 pages Hard Cover
The Yoruba Studies Review is a refereed biannual journal dedicated to the study of the experience of the Yoruba peoples and their descendants globally. The journal covers all aspects of the Yoruba transnational, national, and regional presence, both in their West Africa’s homeland and in diasporic spaces, past and present.
Using the scholarship of Toyin Falola as the entry point, The Transformation of Central Nigeria covers significant historical moments in the history of Central Nigeria, a region variously described as the North Central geopolitical zone in Nigeria’s official circles and as the Middle-Belt by its indigenous populations. Paper back Pages: 485 Edited by...
Can Anything Good Come Out of History? is a collection of fourteen Lectures and Papers on Nigerian History, spread over the years 1977 to 2013. Paper back Pages: 586 Author: Obaro Ikime
The book is an unshielded branding of Chief Adebanjo's inner thoughts, experiences decades overdue: A reading that invariably brings smiles in recalling the dedication of an Awoist and the dream called Awoism.Paper back Pages: 257 Author: Ayo Adebanjo
Nigeria's Nollywood has rapidly grown into one of the world's largest film industries, radically altering media environments across Africa and in the diaspora. With this book, Jonathan Haynes provides an accessible and authoritative introduction to this vast industry and its film culture. Paper back Pages: 354 Author: Jonathan Haynes
Witness to Justice is a personal account of the author's time on 'The Judicial Commission for the investigation of Human Rights Violation' to which he was appointed by President Olusegun Obasanjo in June 1999. Paper back Pages: 540 Author: Matthew Kukah
The book is a comparative study of identity shifts in two large ethnic groups in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe. The study begins in 1860, a year after the establishment of the Inyati mission station in the Ndebele Kingdom, and ends in the postcolonial period. Hard back Author: Enocent Msindo