Name: Adeyemi Olalere
Department: Linguistics and European Languages
Status:
Reader


Publications

 

  1. Adeyemi, O. (1995) " Yoruba Orature in Advertisement in contemporary Media" A Journal of Nigerian Cultural Studies Vol 1  No. 1
  2. Adéyemí, O. (1997) “Nigerian Folktales and their Contributions to Early Child Care”, Centre Point: A Journal of Intellectual, Scientific and Cultural Interest, Ilo?rin:  Library and Publication committee, University of Ilo?rin.7 (2) pp. 109 – 122
  3. Adéyemí, O. (1998). “The Yorùbá Cultural Value and the Ideology of Feminism”, ALORE: Ilorin Journal of the Humanities, Ilorin: University of Ilorin. 9(1), pp. 124 – 137.
  4. Adéyemí, O. (2001) “Political Commitment and Poetic Utterance in Jibola’s Àlo n lo, ALORE: Ilorin Journal of the Humanities, Ilorin: University of Ilorin, 11 pp. 80 – 93.
  5. -Adéyemí, O. (2004) “Yorùbá Oral Literature and the Idea of Democracy” in Political Science Review, Dept. of Political Science. Ilorin: University of Ilorin, 3(1&2) pp. 44 – 51.
  6. Adéyemí, O. (2005). Contemporary Women’s Voices in Yorùbá Theatre. The Performer: Ilorin Journal of the Performing Arts, Ilorin University of Ilorin 1(pp. 110 – 125).
  7. Adéyemí, O. (2008) “The Portrayal of Yorùbá Moral Philosophy in Yorùbá Literature”, ÈDÈ: Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Culture. Dept. of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages,UniversityofIlorin,Ilorin.Ipp.117 -136 .(http://www.unilorin.edu.ng/unilorin publications/adeyemi/7 Ede pdf)
  8. Adéyemí, O. (1996) “Political complexion in Owolabi’s Ote Nibo” Inquiry of African Languages and Literature, Dept. of Yorùbá, Ondo State University, Ado-Ekiti. (1) pp. 33 - 43 (Journal)
  9. Adéyemí, O. (2000). Tíó?rì Ìs?ègbèfábo Káàbò? Ságboolé Lítírés?ò? Yorùbá”, YORÙBÁ GBÒDE: Journal of the Association of Teachers of Yorùbá Language and Culture, Ibadan: Macmillan Nigeria Publishers Ltd., 3(1) pp. 114-130.
  10. Adéyemí, O. (2001), “The oratory style of Lawuyi Ogunmiran in O?mo? Aláte? in YORÙBÁ: A Journal of the Yorùbá Studies Associàtion of Nigeria (YSAN), 2(1) pp. 73 – 89.
  11. Adéyemí, O. (2005). “Iha tí àwo?n Ònkò?wé ìwé ìtàn-àròso? Yorùbá ko? sí ò?rò? Ìs?ò?kan Orílè?-èdè Nàìjíríà”, nínú LANGBASA Jó?nà Is?é? Akadá ní Èdè Yorùbá (11) pp.139-153. Lagos: Department of African and Asian Studies, University of Lagos.
  12. Adéyemí, O. (2005). The ideology of multiculturalism in the works of selected American Minority Group IHAFA:  Journal of African Studies, 5(2), pp. 1 – 19, University of Lagos, Lagos.
  13. Adéyemí, O. (2006). American Influence on Contemporary Yorùbá Literature and Challenges of the 21st Century. YORÙBÁ: Journal of Yorùbá Studies Association of Nigeria, 3(3) pp. 39-50. (http://www.unilorin.edu.ng /unilorin publications/adeyemi/16 pdf)
  14. Adéyemí, O. (2006) “Lítírés?ò? Yorùbá àti O?rò?-Ajé Ilè? Nàìjíríà, LANGBASA: Jó?nà Is?é? Akadá ní Èdè Yorùbá, Dept. of African and Asian Studies, University of Lagos. 12(pp. 94 – 105). (http://www.unilorin.edu.ng /unilorin publications/adeyemi/17)
  15. Adéyemí, O. (2009). Yorùbá Chieftaincy Institution and Yorùbá novelists: A Postcolonial Discourse. The Nasara Journal of Humanities.  A Publication of the Faculty of Arts, 3 (1) pp. 155-178 Nasarawa State University, Keffi. (http://www.unilorin.edu.ng /unilorin publications/adeyemi/18)
  16. Adéyemí, O. (2001) “Is?é? ò?rò? Lámèyító? Lítírés?ò? Yorùbá’.  Ajayi B. (ed) È?kó? Ìjìnlè? Yorùbá, È?dá-Èdè, Lítírés?ò? àti Às?à, Ilorin Texts in Linguistics, Literature and Culture. Departmental Publication Series Ijebu-Ode: Shebiotimo Publications pp. 145-166. .20.
  17. Adéyemí, O. (2007) Child-Help versus Child-Labour in Yorùbá Culture: “The challenges for National Development”, in The Abused and the Society edited by J.A. Yakubu, Mò?rò?nkola, O.A., and Sokoya, G.O. Ibadan: National Association and Network for Health, Education and Welfare of Special People. Pp. 162-177 (http://www.unilorin.edu.ng /unilorin publications/adeyemi/20)(I thank the University of Ilorin management for granting me senate Research grant for this project)
  18. Adéyemí, O. (2009) Will the Real National Literature for Nigeria Please Stand Up in Adegbite, W and Billy (Eds) Re-inventing the English Language in Nigeria in the Context of Globalization and Decolonization. Refereed Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Nigeria English Studies Association. NESA. Oct. 31 – Nov. 4, 2006 pp. 70-79
  19. Adeyemi, O.(2011) .Representation of gender in fiction :A reading of the novels of  Fagunwa.LuminaJournal,IndexedE-journalbyHolyNameUniversity,Tagbilaran city,Bohol,PhilipinespublishedbyHNUpublicationOffice/Library.22(2), pp.105-118.(http://lumina.hnu.edu.ph/index.php?vol=22&no=2  ISSN:2094-1188
  20. Adéyemí, O. (1997)   “Yorùbá Family life as a theme in Women Narratives: Feminist Approach”. Journal of Nigerian Languages and Literature, Unterschleisshelm/Munchen, Germany: Lincon International Department of African Linguistics. 5(pp. 65-68).
  21. Adéyemí, O. (1998). “Alienation and Hegemony in Jibola Abiodun’s Adìye? bá lókùn”. Journal of Nigerian Languages and Literature, Unterschleissheim/Munchen, Germany: Lincon International, Department of African Linguistics. 5(pp. 44 – 53). (Journal)
  22. Adéyemí, O. (2009). “Politics and Proverbs in Olu Owolabi’s Ò?tè? Níbo and Jibo?la Abio?dun’s Adìye? bà lókùn” in Akin Odebunmi, Arua E. Arua and Sailah Arimi (Eds). Language, Gender and Politics: A Festschrift for Yisa Kehinde Yusuf. (31 Chapters by 20 Nigerians and 11 foreign scholars). Lagos: Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization. PP. 531 – 544. Website:  http//www.cbaac.com, http/www.cbaac.gov.ng