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Professor of African Cultural Anthropology
Anthropology, popular culture, religion, and the verbal arts, both oral and written. Yoruba and Yoruba print culture.
Lecturer in Anthropology and African Studies
Anthropology, labour, migration, borders, development and the social dynamics of money.
Reader in Caribbean Literature
African and Caribbean fiction and poetry
Senior Honorary Research Fellow
Gender, changing family structures, migration, development issues, historicised ethnography
Geography, environment, rural energy, area studies.
Honorary Senior Research Fellow
Early pre-colonial history of Africa, cultural interactions, oral traditions
‘Knowing Each Other: everyday religious encounters, social identities and tolerance in southwest Nigeria.' research project
Project Administrator, Knowing each-other project
Visiting Senior Research Fellow
Professor of History, Osun State University, Osogbo, Nigeria
Yoruba history and culture with particular focus on southeastern Yorubaland
Anthropology, social and cultural contours of communication.
Lecturer in African Studies
History and anthropology of twentieth-century West Africa, Hausa and Tuareg societies.
Senior Lecturer in African Studies
Head of Department of African Studies and Anthropology
African history and politics
Lecturer in the History of Africa and its Diasporas
Modern history and current affairs of Ghana and Togo in West Africa; political culture, literacy and education, women's issues.