Professor (Mrs.) Olademo  Oyenronke.
Faculty: Arts



Her Publications are:

  1. Olajubu, Oyeronke (2006), "The Documentation and Propagation of Ifa Corpus and the Challenge of Modern Information Technology: The Internet as a Focus" in ORITA-Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies, Vol. 38/1&2, June & December, pp. 153-165.
  2. Olajubu, Oyeronke (2005), "Traditional Healers and Alternative Medicine in Kwara State" in Hassan A. Saliu (ed.) Nigeria Under Democatic Rule (1999-2003) Vol. 2, Ibadan: University Press PLC,  pp. 230-236.
  3. Olajubu, Oyeronke (2002), "Reconnecting with the Waters: John9: 1-11" in Habel, C. & BalaBanski, V. (eds.) The Earth Story in the New Testament, Vol. 5, London: Sheffield Academic Press, pp 108 - 121
  4. Olajubu, Oyeronke (2008), "Signifying Scriptures from an African Perspective", in V. Wimbush (ed) Theorizing Scriptures-New Critical Orientations to a Cultural Phenomenon. London: Rutgers University Press pp 88 - 94.
  5. Oyeronke Olademo (2208)"Water Heritage and the Sustainability of the Environment: the Nigerian Experience" in (ed) Takeshi Kimura Religion, Science and Sustainability Japan, Oska: union Press, pp 219-230.
  6. Oyeronke Olademo (2009) "Women and the Politics of Church Leadership: Action for Change" in Pedagogy: The Church, Leadership and Theological Education in Africa, A book in Honour of Professor Emeritus Osadolor Imasogie, Ibadan: Nigerian Baptist Convention, pp. 136-146.
  7. Olajubu Oyeronke(2008)"A Social-Cultural Analysis of Celibacy among the Yoruba: Oyo Alafin’s Servants as a Case Study" in (ed.) Carl Olson Celibacy and Religion Traditions. New York: oxford Press, PP 275-285.
  8. Olajubu Oyeronke(2005)"Wenger, Susan (1916 - ), Yoruba Art, and the Oshogbo Sacred Grove" in ed. in chief) Bron R Taylor Encylopaedia of religion and Nature New York: Rutledge, pp 1724-1725
  9. Olajubu Oyeronke(2005)"GENDER AND RELIGION: GENDER AND AFRICAN RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS" (ed in chief) Lindsay Jones, Encylopaedia of Religion 2nd Edition New York: Thomson Gale, pp 3400-3406.
  10. Olajubu Oyeronke(2006)"CELIBACY AND THE BIBLE IN AFRICA" (ed D.T. Adamo Reading in African Biblical Studies, Maryland: University Press of America, pp 210-221.
  11. Oyeronke Olajubu(1997) "THE EFFECT OF TABOOS ON THE HEALTH OF AFRICAN WOMEN:THE YORUBA EXPERIENCE" iin Women in the Commonwealth of God, published by the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians, Accra, Ghana, pp 124-135.
  12. Oyeronke Olademo(2009) "Women and the Politics of Church Leadership: Action for Change"in Pedagogy: The Church, Leadership and Theological Education in African, A book in honour of Professor Emeritus Osadolor Imasogie Ibadan: Nigerian Baptist Convention, pp 136-146.
  13. Oyeronke Olajubu(2008) "A Social-Cultural Analysis of Celibacy among the Yoruba: Oyo Alafin’s Servants as a Case Study"in (ed.) Carl Olson Celibacy and religion Traditions. New York: Oxford press, pp 275-285.
  14. Oyeronke Olajubu (2006) A review of i (2005) The Sharia Issue and Christian-Muslim Relations in Contemporary Nigeria. by U. H. D. Danfulan Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International, 81pp.in African Association for the study of Religion - AASR Bulleti, No. 26, November, pp 36-37.
  15. Oyeronke Olademo (2009) Review of Gender and Ordination in Three Nigerian AICs by Crumbley, Deidre Helen, 2008, Spirit, Structure, and the Flesh: Gendered Experiences in African Instituted Churches among the Yoruba of Nigeria. Madison (Wisconsin): The University of Wisconsin Press, 180pp. Notes, references, index, ISBN 978-0-299-29910-9 (hbk), US4 50.
  16. Olajubu Oyeronke Feminism in Christianity: An Issue of Reconceptualization or Recontextualization in Gender Discourse, Vol. 1 No. 1 pp 173-179
  17. Olajubu Oyeronke "THE PLACE OF SUSAN WENGER’S ART IN YORUBA RELIGION: A PRELIMINARY SURVEY" in Ijele, e-Journal of African World, www.ijele.com ISBN 1525447x, issue 5