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Community, trade, and religion in coastal Yorubaland

Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, Nigeria, 6-8 December 2016

Unless otherwise announced, all events take place at:

Centre for Educational Technology (CET Auditorium)
Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo

Day One: 06 December 2016

15.00 - Opening Ceremony

15.15-15.25 – Citation of Keynote speaker

15.25 - 16.15 Keynote - Professor Toyin Falola (University of Texas):

Coastal Yorubaland: Habitability, Inhabitance, and Inheritances

– 4.40 Tea Break

16.40 -16.50 – Citation of Lead Paper Presenter 1

16.50-17.30 – Lead Paper - Professor Ayodeji Olukoju (University of Lagos):

Economy and Intergroup relations in the Gulf of Guinea during the 18


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5.30-6.00 – Discussion

Chairman/ Discussant: Professor Adebayo Lawal

19.00 - Conference Dinner

Conference Proceedings will be made available during the conference dinner.

Day Two: 07 December 2016

9.00 -9:10 – Citation of Lead Paper Presenter 2

9:10-9:50 Lead paper - Prof O. O. OLUBOMEHIN (Olabisi Onabanjo Univerity, Ago Iwoye):


on the north eastern bank of the Lagos Lagoon: A Focus on Ejinrin Lagoon Market, 1851 – 1939

10:00-11:30 Panel 1: History, religion, and community formation (1)

Chair: Prof O. O. OLUBOMEHIN

  • Dr ADEYEMI-SUENU, Adebowale (Lagos State University): Trade, Violence and Diplomacy on the Coast of Ikorodu: The Resistance of Balogun Jaiyesimi

  • BALOGUN, Adeyemi (University of Bayreuth): Religion in the Political Economy of Ikorodu

  • OMOTAYO, Charles (Osun State University): Individual Agency and the Diversity of Traditional Practice: The Iji Nla Association of Ijede

11.30-12:00 Discussion and Working Tea Break

12:00-13:30 Panel 2: History, religion, and community formation (2)

Chair: tba

  • MUDASIRU, Moruff (University of Ibadan): Who owns the central mosque? Ethnic identity and the struggle for spiritual space in Epe, southwest Nigeria

  • Dr ADEBUA, Babatunde (Babcock University): Celebrating a Heterogeneous Community: Ebibi in (Ijebu) Epe

  • ADEWUSI, Adebayo (Osun State University): Ghanaian Settlers in Orimedu: Oju Ota, Gender, and Christianity in a Coastal Fishing Community

13:00-13:30 Discussion

13:30-14:30 Lunch

14:30-16:00 Panel 3: Trade, Mobility and Dissent in the eastern Lagoon and Delta

Chair: tba

  • OLUPAYIMO, Dolapo Z. (Adeyemi College of Education): The Illegal Production and Consumption of Ogogoro in Coastal Yorubaland and the Niger Delta

  • Dr IKUEJUBE, Gbade and O. A. FUNMILAYO (Adeyemi College of Education): Oil Exploration and Exploitation in Ugbo (Ilaje) communities of coastal Yorubaland

  • ONIPEDE, Kayode Joseph (Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomosho): By Canoe and Speedboat: The Recent Expansion of Ilaje Trade

15:30-16:00 Discussion

16:00-16:30 Tea break

16:30-18:00 Panel 4: Moral Traditions of the Coast: Malokun and Ayelala

Chair: Professor Olukoya OGEN (Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo)

  • AJISHOLA, Omojeje and Raliat Olusola ADU-PETERS (Adeyemi College of Education): Malokun festival and practices among the Mahin on the Ilaje coast

  • RASHEED, Oluwafunminiyi and Mike FAMIYESIN (Adeyemi College of Education Ondo): Controlling the boundaries of morality: The history and powers of Ayelala deity

  • IGBOIN, Benson Ohihon (Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko): The Metaphysics of Justice: Ayelala’s Rise to Popularity in Edo State and Benin

17:30-18:00 Discussion

19:00 Dinner

Day Three: 08 December 2016

9:00-10:30 Panel 5: Christianity and Community in Ikale and Ilaje

Chair: t.b.a.

  • OLOLAJULO, Babajide O. (University of Ibadan): The Political Economy of Village Level Theocracies in the Ilaje Coastline, Southwest Nigeria:

  • AYODOKUN Joseph (University of Ibadan): The Importance of Trade for Reverend E. M. Lijadu and the Evangelist Band Mission

  • ADEFI, Adegbola (Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife): Yoruba Coastal Christian Communities: From the Evangelist Band Mission to the Zion and Holy Apostles Communities

10:00-10:30 Discussion

10.30-11:00 Tea break

11:00-12:30 Panel 6: Religion, Trade and Identity in the Western Delta: Itsekiri and Urhobo

Chair: Dr Insa NOLTE

  • BINTER, Julia (University of Oxford): Transatlantic Trade, Religious Contact and the Politicisation of Heritage - Contested Identities in the Western Niger Delta

  • AFATAKPA Fortune (University of Ibadan): The Socio-Economic Festivals: A Case Study of Ore-Isi Festival in Igbe Religion

12:00-12:30 Discussion

12.30 Take-Away Lunch

Reimbursements for paper givers


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