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Department for Afroamerican and African Studies pres.

DAAS Africa Workshop with Babajide Ololajulo (University of Ibadan)

Unequal colonial encounter and epistemological imagination in Contemporary Nigeria

This talk engages with posthumous paternity, a creative kinship practice of the Yoruba ethnicity of southern Nigeria. It explores how the practice, which survived the repugnancy doctrine of colonial jurisprudence, attests to the multiple interconnections and possibilities in the Yoruba endogenous epistemologies. The talk also explores the similar ideological premises of Yoruba posthumous births and assisted reproduction technology.

Academic and Professional Qualifications: B.A (English), M.A, PhD(ibadan)

Academic Title: Dr

Academic Status: senior Lecturer

Area of Specialisation: Development Anthropology

Office: Room A322 Dept. of Archaeology and Anthropology

Contact: Tel: +234-703-429-2290


Economic and Social Research Council Grants, UK 2013

3rd Prize: Best PhD Thesis Competition, University of Ibadan 2005/200

IFRA Doctoral Research Grant 2005

Sephis Laureate: 13th Factory of Ideas, Salvador-Bahia, Brazil

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