Publications

Professor  Nnoruka, N.M. (French)

Bariki, O. I (French)

Dr. Emielu, A. (Performing Arts)

Agboola, A.S. (Religions)

Raymond Ogunade (Religions)

Professor Y. A. Quadri (Religions)

Dr Babatunde S. T. (English)

Ogunkunle, C.O.  Religions)

Mr. Adedimeji, M.A. (English)

Rafiu, K. A. (Linguistics and Nig. Languages

Mrs. Arokoyo, B.E. (Linguistics and Nig. Languages)

Professor (Mrs.) Alabi, V.A. ( English)

Professor.(Mrs.) Olademo O. Oyeronke (Religions)

Dr R. W. Omotoye (Religions)

Mrs Hassanat Abubakar F. (Arabic)

Aje, S.A. (Linguistics & Nig. Languages)

Alabi, Taofiq .A. (Assistant Lecturer)

Dr. Adeosun, Hezekiah .O. (Linguistics Nig. Lang.)

Abdullahi-Idiagbon, M.S. (English)

Olaoye, R.A. (History)

Dr. AbdulRasheed, Adeoye Abiodun (Performing Arts)

Adegbite, Adesina (Performing Art)

Atoyebi, J.A. (Linguistics and Nig. Languages)

Akinfenwa, O.B. (Religions)

Adebayo, R.I. (Religions)

Hashir, Abdulsalam (Religions)

Professor Kofoworola, E.O. (Performing Arts)

Ikibe, Solomon (Performing Arts)

Balogun, O.P. (English)

Professor Bodunde, Charles (English)

Lemuel, E.O. ( History)

Ibrahim, Binta F.
Status: Lecturer I
Department: English

  1. Ibrahim, Binta F. (2005) "Functions annd Aesthetic Categories of Enikuti: (Nupe Ritual Poetry", 15(6): 81-103.
  2. Ibrahim, Binta F. (2003) "Gatee: A Northern Nupe Ritual Drum", Journal of The Performer, 5: 83-94.

Joseph, Adunni Agness
Status: Lecturer I
Department: English

  1. Joseph, Adunni A. (2007) "The Reformist Ideology in Two Novels of Zaynab Alkali", Journal of English and Linguistics, 7(8): 109-116.
  2. Joseph, Adunni A. "Speaking Skills", Journal of Basic Communication Skills, 71-82.

Olujide, T.M. (English)

Ibrahim, B.O. (History)

Professor Eyinla, Bolade M.(History)

Emoruwa, F. Damilola (Performing Art)

Aghalino, S.O. (History)

Name: Ojuade, Jeleel Olasunkanmi (Performing Arts)

Dr. OmoIya, S.Y. (History)

Name: Tijani, Y.O. (French)

Name: Mensa, Baa (French)

Name: Ajayi, Y.A.
Status: Professor
Department: Liguistics and Nig. Languages

  1. Ajayi, Bade (2005), "The stylistic significance of Focus Constructions in the Ofo Corpus", pp 184 - 192.
  2. Ajayi, Bade (2002), "Ifa Divination: Its Structure and application".-
  3. Ajayi, Bade , "The Secret Of Ifa Divina¬tion" .
  4. Ajayi, Bade, "Riddles and the Child".
  5. Ajayi, Bade (2001), "Ifa Divination Process", pp 31 - 48.
  6. Ajayi, Y.A. (2005), "The Stylistic Significance of Focus Constructions in Ofo*", Journal of Research Review, pp 17 - 25. 7.
  7. Ajayi, Bade (1997), "Text Linguistic Features of Ofo Awure", Journal of Humanities, 8(1): pp 117 - 126..
  8. Adebayo Lawala, Bade Ajayib, Wumi Rajic (1997), "A pragmatic study of selected pairs of Yoruba proverbs", Journal of Pragmatics, pp 635 - 652.
  9. Ajayi, Bade (1990), "Yoruba Drum Language: A Problem of Interpretation",
  10. Ajayi, B., "A New Model Of Ifa Binary System". pp57-64

Name: Aiyedun, K.D. (History)

Name: Oyebola, M.A.O. (Linguistics and Nig. Languages)

Alamu, A.G. (Religions)

Dr. Adeyemi Lere (Linguistics and Nig. Languages)

Lewu, M.A.Y. (History)

Name: Akanmidu, R.A. (Religions)

Ibraheem, Onireti Lateef

Professor  Oseni Zakariyau. I Religions

Name: Dopamu Abiola T. (Religions)

Dr. Sanusi, Issa O. (Linguistics & Nigerian Languages)

Omoloso, R.K. Linguistics & Nigerian Languages

Imam, A.Y. (Religious)

Shuaib, S.O. (Performing Arts)

Gbodofu Khalil Mohammed Usman

Sanni Suleiman Afsat (French)


    Name: Aliyu-Ibrahim, F. R.
    Status: Assistant Lecturer
    Department: English
    1. Aliyu-Ibrahim, F.R. (2008) "Poetry as Performance: A Semiotic Analysis of Ezenwa Oheato’s The Voice of the Night Masquerade". ALORE: Ilorin Journal of The Humanities. Vol. 18; 40-54
    2. Aliyu-Ibrahim, F.R.(2008) "A Socio-Semiotic Interpretation of Ama Ata Aidoo's Anowa". Al-hikmah Journal of the Humanities. Vol. 1, No1,. pp 1 - 15.
    3. Aliyu-Ibrahim, F.R. (2010) "Sounds f Music in Olu Obafemi's Illuminations: Songs, Dances from the Belly of Time". US-China Foreign Language. Vol. 8, No. 10. pp 20 - 28.

    Name: Akinsipe, F. A.
    Status: Assistant Lecturer
    Department:
    Performing Arts

    1.    Akinsipe, Felix A. (2006) “The Sport in Dance and the Dance in Sport”, in JONAPHER.SD: Journal of
    Nigerian Association for Physical, Health Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp.
    90-97.
    2.    Akinsipe, Felix A. (2006) “The Chorister as a Performer”, in Applause: Journal of Culture and Media Arts,
    Vol. 1, NO. 2, pp. 128-144.
    3.    Akinsipe, Felix A. (2001) “Drama in the Electronic Media: Iwa Lesin as a Case Study”, in The Abuja
    Communicator: Abuja Journal of Culture and Media Arts, Vol. 1, NO. 1, pp. 61-71.
    4.    Akinsipe, Felix A. (1999) "Modern Dance and the Nigerian Choreographer", in The Performer:  Ilorin
    Journal of the Performing Arts, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 86-94.
    5.    Akinsipe, Felix A. (1999) "Dance in Nigerian Primary Schools:  Approaches and Concepts for the Next
    Millennium", in: Nigerian Theatre Journal, Vol. 5, No.1, pp. 38-43.
    6.    Akinsipe, Felix A. (2007) "Obitun Dance of the Ondo People: From Rite to Dance" in Chris E. Ugolo
    (ed.) Perspectives in Nigerian Dance Studies. Ibadan: Caltop     Publications (Nigeria) Limited. pp.76-93
    7.    Akinsipe, Felix A. (2002) "The Role of Dance in the Nigerian Democratic Environment" in Ahmed
    Yerimah and Ayo Akinwale (eds.) Theatre and  Democracy in Nigeria. Ibadan: Kraft Books Ltd,
    pp. 198- 287.
    8.    Akinsipe, Felix A. (2000) "The Communicative Indices of Dance in Drama Productions: A
    Choreographic Approach to Olu Obafemi's Plays", in: Duro Oni and Sunday Ododo (ed.s) Larger than
    His Frame: Critical Studies and Reflections on Olu Obafemi, Lagos: Centre for Black and African Arts and
    Civilization - CBAAC. pp. 197-205.
    Name: Adeola, T. S.
    Status: Assistant Lecturer
    Department: Performing Arts
    and Social Dynamics in Nigeria". Bode Omojola (ed) Caltop Publications (Nigeria) limited. Pp. 43 – 50.
    3.   Adeola Taiye shola (1999) "The historical Development of Dadakuada Music". ALORE: Ilorin journal of
    humanities. Vol.10 No 1 Pp 120 - 136
    4.   Adeola Taiye Shola (1999) "Style and Structure in Dadakuada Music of the Yorubas". THE PERFORMER:
    Ilorin journal of the performing Arts. Vol.1 No.2 Pp 68 - 85
    5.   Adeola Taiye Shola (2000) "The use of Music in Olu Obafemi plays Larger than his frame: Critical Studies
    and Reflections on Olu Obafemi". Duro Oni and Sunday Ododo (eds) Lagos: Centre for Black and
    African   Arts Civilization (CBAAC) Pp 186 – 196.
    6.   Adeola Taiye Shola (2000) "Contemporary Nigerian popular Music: A tool for National Development".
    Nigerian theatre Journal. Vol.6. No.1 Pp 80 – 85
    7.   Adeola Taiye Shola (2008) "From Anthropocentric Sinfulness to Bio-centric Gracefulness: Mission to
    Creation". in Tunde Babawale and Akin Alao (eds) Global African Spirituality, Social Capital and Self
    Reliance in Africa. Lagos: (CBAAC) Malthouse Press. Pp 21 – 32
    8.   Adeola Taiye Shola (2008) "Performance Practice and Compositional Devices in Dadakuada Music". THE
    PERFORMER: Ilorin journal of the performing Arts. Vol.10, 18 Pp 196 – 216.
    9.   Adeola Taiye Shola (2010) "Creative Imagination and the Quest for Peace: Reflections on Nigerian
    Music Song Texts". US-China Foreign Language, (Special Issue 1) Vol.8, No.10 October 2010 (Serial No.
    85) USA: David Publishing Company. Pp. 28-41.
    10. Adeola Taiye Shola (2011) "Application of Functionalist Perspectives in Religion to Sociological Issues in Contemporary Nigerian Popular Music". Journal of Black and African Arts and Civilization (JBAAC) Vol.5
    No.1 January, 2011. ISSN 1117-9457
    11. Adeola Taiye Shola (2011) "Dadakuada: A Socio-Musical Study". Germany: LAMBERT Academic Publishing
    (LAP)

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS
    Adeola Taiye „Shola and S. Olawuyi James (2006) Soaring High Young and dynamic Series IV. Ilorin, Villax lnc Printers.
    Adeola Taiye „Shola „Instructed in the songs of the Lord? in The Music minister Vol.2. 2008. A publication of the music ministry department of the Nigerian Baptist Convention.
    Yaqub, T. M.  (Linguistics & Nig. Languages)
    Prof. Abdussalam, A. S (Linguistics & Nig. Languages)