Handbook of The Yoruba: Call for Contributors

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Call for Papers
Subject Fields: 
African History / Studies, Ancient History, Black History / Studies, Cultural History / Studies

Handbook of The Yoruba: Call for Contributors

Toyin Falola

 

INDIGENOUS SOCIETIES AND INSTITUTIONS

 

Geography and Environment

Archaeology

Mythologies and Histories

Traditions and Historical Narrations

Yoruba Early History

City-states: Formation and Expansion

Empires: Oyo

 

Inter-Group Relations  

Kingship and political system

Economies: Agriculture

Economies: Crafts and Services

Economy: Trade, Money and Counting

 

Slave trade and slavery

 

Fashion

The Body

Food

Art

Power

Languages

Literature

Leisure and Entertainment

Music

Festivals

Philosophies and Belief systems (in death, living, etc.)

Omoluwabi: Ethics

Ifa

Proverbs

Orisa

Islam

Christianity

Social Life

Socialization and Informal Education

Marriage and Family

Women

Names and Naming  

Medicine

 

 

COLONIAL ERA

Colonial Conquest and Resistance

Colonial Administration

Western Education  

Socio-cultural Changes

Decolonization

Obafemi Awolowo

Modernist Writers: Fagunwa, Delano and Odunjo

Religions under colonial rule

Changing Cultures

Changing Economies

Changing Values

Politics and Federalism

Development

 

POSTCOLONIAL ERA

 

Governance and Developmental Projects

Popular Culture  

Cultural Changes

Economy

Infrastructure

Mobility and Migrations

Architecture

Political Parties

Social Institutions in Yorubaland

Political Crises

Technology

Justice System as Social Security Infrastructure

 

CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY

Contemporary Families and Kinship

Nollywood

Lagos

Youth

Creativity

Morality

Islam

Pentecostalism

Social Media Evolution

Education

Yoruba in Nigerian Politics

Yoruba Diaspora

 

CITIES

Lagos

Ibadan

Abeokuta

Ilorin, etc.

 

Respond to:

Olusegun Olopade  bcmanager@toyinfalolanetwork.org

Or/and

Toyinfalola@austin.utexas.edu

 

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