DR. O. OJEDIRAN

Department: Performing Arts

PUBLICATIONS

 

  1. Ojediran O. 2014. Overview of Feminism from Global Perspective. In: Springboard Journal. Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin, Kwara State. Ibadan: College Press. Pp.111-123.
  2. Ojediran O. 2013. Womanist Aesthetics of Assertiveness in Zulu Sofola’s Wedlock of the Gods. The Performer: Ilorin Journal of The Performing Arts. pp. 56-68.
  3. Ojediran O. 2012. Language and Psychology in the Gendered Psyche. The Performer: Ilorin Journal of the Performing Arts. pp. 171-181.
  4. Ojediran O. 2015. The Nigerian Women Writer’s Language. In: ANSU: Journal of Theatre and Humanities. A Publication of the Department of Theatre Arts Anambra State University, Igbariam, Nigeria. Vol. 1 No.1. pp. 5-15
  5. Ojediran, O. & Adams A. 2015. The Nationalist Culture in Akinwumi Isola’s Herbert Macauley and the Spirit of Lagos. In: Ijaola, Samson O., Oghi Felix E., Ogunfeyimi, Leke (Eds.) A Publication of SAU Journal of Humanities. Samuel Adegboyega University Ogwa, Edo State. Volume 3, Number 1 & 2 June and December, 2015. Pp. 149-158
  6. Ojediran, O. 2010. Dignity In Feminine Language: Exploring Julie Okoh’s In The Fullness of Time and The Mannequins From Alice Walker’s Womanist Perspective. In: Dandaura, E.S & Asigbo, A.C (Eds.) Theatre, Culture and Re-imaging. Nigeria. SONTA. P. 178-186.
  7. Ojediran, O. 2014: Historio-cultural and Womanist View in Liz Lochhead’s Mary Queen of Scots Got her Head Chopped Off In: Kofoworola Ziky O., Yankah, Victor, Kofoworola Kayode (Ed.) West African Theatre and Performing Arts Journal Volume 1, Number 1, June. Cape Coast/Ilorin: Dorcamos Tops Publishers. Pp.149-163.
  8. Ojediran, O. 2011. Gender Talk or Powerless Female: Efua T. Sutherland’s Edufa and The Marriage of Anansewa as Paradigms. In: Kofoworola Ziky O., Yankah, Victor, Kofoworola Kayode (Ed.) West African Theatre and Performing Arts Journal Volume 1, Number 1, June. Cape Coast/Ilorin: Dorcamos Tops Publisher’s. pp,36-47.
  9. Ojediran O. 2014. Socio-Cultural Context of Julie Okoh’s Edewede. In: Abdussalam,A.S, Adeyemi, L. Adeosun, H.O, Arokoyo, B.E. (Eds.). Bringing Back Our Cultures Home: Festschrift for Bade Ajayi at 70. Ilorin: Chridamel Publishing House. University of Ilorin, Department of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages. Ilorin. pp. 139-151.
  10. Ojediran, O. & Adebanjo, A. (2016) Significance of some thematic view in selected Nigerian Yoruba home video films. In: Bakare Ojo Rasaki, Adeoti Gbemisola R., Olaniyan, Modupe(Eds.) The stage and the screen: Perspectives on arts production in contemporary Nigeria. A fesrschrift in honour of Dr. Gabriel Adekola Oyewo at 70. Rochester,Kent: Alpha Crowns Publisher. Pp. 219-235.
  11. Ojediran, O. 2014. Womanist View and Political Stance in Bakare, Ojo Rasaki’s Selected Plays. In: Adeoye AbdulRasheed Abiodun et al (Eds.). Uncommon Artistry: Understanding Bakare, Ojo Rasaki’s Dance, Dance and Theatre. London: SMP Publications. pp. 162-175.
  12. Adeoye, A.A & Ojediran, O. 2014. Text and Textuality in Bakare, Ojo Rasaki’s Rogbodiyan and The Gods and the Scavengers. In: Adeoye AbdulRasheed Abiodun et al (Eds.). Uncommon Artistry: Understanding Bakare, Ojo Rasaki’s Dance, Dance and Theatre. London: SMP Publications. pp. 68-81.