Research and Pedagogy

Rich descendants and ex-slaves who returned to Africa | Black Brazil

The English professors of Brazil: On the diasporic roots of the Yorùbá nation | Scholars@Duke

Salvador da Bahia is Brazil’s most African city

Inside Brazilian Quarter where culture unites Lagosians of different religions – PUNCH

Legacies of Slavery: A Resource Book for Managers of Sites and Itineraries of Memory

International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition

International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery

A Caribbean team’s visit to Badagry slavery sites

BBC News Yorùbá | Brazil Yoruba: A n gbé àwọn ère Yorùbá káàkiri- Ọọni ti Ilé Ifẹ

UNIQUELY NIGERIAN – EASTER WITH THE AGUDA OF LAGOS ISLAND

C.E.O of Nigeria Travel Week and Anago Osho at Radisson Group African Workshop

The destruction of heritage in Lagos

Slavery & Abolition: A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies

Christopher l. Miller, The French Atlantic Triangle: Literature and Culture of the Slave Trade, Duke University Press, 2008.

Bernadine Evaristo, Lara, Angela Royal Publishers, 1977

La Bouche du Roi: An artwork by Romuald Hazoumé

Femi Ojo-Ade (1941-2019): Lessons From a People’s Professor, By Ropo Sekoni

The Black Atlantic Slavery

Majorie Moji Dolapo Alonge, Afro-Brazilian Architecture in Lagos State: A Case for
Conservation, University of New Castle upon Tyne Press, 1994.

Niyi Afolabi, Afro-Brazilians: Cultural Production in a Racial Democracy, Rochester University Press, 2009

 

Jean Kopytoff, A Preface to Modern Nigeria: The “Sierra Leoneans” in Yorubaland, University of Wisconsin Press, 1975

 

Femi Ojo-Ade, ‘Afro-Brazilians in Lagos: A Question of Home or Exile,’ in Afro-Brazilian Returnees and their Communities,’ edited by Kwesi Kwaa Prah, Cape Town, South Africa, Centre for Advance Studies in African Studies, 2009

 

Ojo Olatunji, ‘Afro-Brazilians in Lagos: Atlantic Commerce, Kinship, and Transnationalism,’ in Afro-Brazilian Returnees and their Communities,’ edited by Kwesi Kwaa Prah, Cape Town, South Africa, Centre for Advance Studies in African Studies, 2009

Fundação Pierre Verger

Kwesi Kwaa Prah (ed.)  Afro-Brazilian Returnees and their Communities,’ Cape Town, South Africa, Centre for Advance Studies in African Studies, 2009

 

Elisee Soumonni, ‘Afro-Brazilian Communities in the Bight of Benin in the Nineteenth Century,’ in Trans-Atlantic Dimensions of Ethnicity in the African Diasporaedited by Paul Lovejoy and David Trotman

 

Silke Strickrodt, ‘Afro-Brazilians in the Western Slave Coast in the Nineteenth Century,’ Enslaving Connections, edited by Jose Curto and Paul Lovejoy

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