emielu

Name: Emielu, A.
Status: Lecturer I
Department: Performing Arts

 


His Publications are:

 

  1. Emielu Austin (2006). "*Afro-American Music And The African Identity: A Historical And Contemporary Analysis".8, 96-108.
  2. Emielu Austin(2006). "Foreign Culture And African Music".
  3. 1. Emielu, A. M. (2008) “Towards a Global 21st Century African Popular Music: Assata Band as a Case Study”. Legon Journal of the Humanities vol. 19, p.135-149. Also published in Alore:Ilorin Journal of Humanities (16) 2006 pp 26-38.
  4. Emielu A. M. (2010) “Popular Music and the Culture of Peace in Nigeria”. US-China Foreign  Language Journal, vol. 8 no.11 Special Issue 3. Illinois: David Publishing Company, pp 10-19.
  5. Emielu, A.(2011) “Some Theoretical Perspectives on African popular Music” Popular Music vol 30/3.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 371-388.
  6. Emielu, A.(2011) “Some Issues in Formal Music Education in Nigeria: A Case Study of Kwara State” British Journal of Music Education 28:3. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp 353-370.
  7. Emielu, A. (2011)“Popular Music and Youth Empowerment in Nigeria”. In Journal of the Performing Arts (4) pp 57-70, University of Ghana, Legon..
    International (Accepted for Publication)
  8. Emielu, A. M. (2002) “ In Search of Identity: The Dilemma of the Nigerian Urban Popular Musician”. In The Performer: Ilorin Journal of the Performing Arts, vol. 4, 2002. pp 143-155.
  9. Emielu, A. M. (2005).“ Pathways to a Sustainable Development of the Music                   Industry in Nigeria. In Nigeria Theatre Journal vol. 8, no. 2, 2005. pp 284-298.
  10. Emielu, A.M. (2009) “Issues in the Revival and Sustenance of Highlife Music in    Nigeria”. In LASU Journal of Humanities, vol.6, 2009. pp 29-38.
  11. Emielu A. M. (2010) “Socio-Cultural and Historical Perspectives of Highlife         Music   in Nigeria”. In Dandaura E.S. and Adeoye A.A. (Eds.) Culture, Identity     and Leadership in Nigeria. Ibadan: Kraft Books/Society for Nigerian Theatre     Artists. pp 245-263.
  12. Emielu, A.M.(2010) “Music and Pentecostalism in Nigeria: The Afro-American     Influence” A Book chapter in S.O. Oyewole et al (ed.) Science in the Perspective     of African Religion (AFREL), Islam and Christianity. Ilorin: Local Societies     Initiative, (LSI) and National Association for the Study of     Religions     (NASTRENS).
  13. Emielu A. M. (2011) “The ‘Culture’ of Highlife Music” In Ilorin Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Culture, vol. 2. pp 127-146.
  14. Emielu A.(2008). “Music and National Development: A Reflection on Academic and ‘Street’ Musicianship in Nigeria. In The Performer, Ilorin Journal of the Performing Arts. pp 95-107.
  15. Emielu, A. M. (2009) “Repositioning African Theatre in the Light of  Contemporary African Music and the Millennium Development Goals”.  Journal of the Society of Nigerian Theatre Artists.
  16. Emielu, A. (2011)“The Concept of Change and Genre Development: A  Case Study of the West African Highlife. In Isal Ife Journal of African Literature and the Arts (6),  pp 93-108