Curriculum Vitae

CURRICULUM VITAE


 

I. a. Name: Mutiat Titilope OLADEJO (nee Kareem-Ojo)

 

 

b. Date of Birth: 4th May 1983

 

 

c. Address: Department of History, Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan

 

 

d. E-mail: [email protected] [email protected]

 

 

e. Mobile Phone: +234-8033872796, +234-8076152266

 

 

f. Current Academic Position: Lecturer II

 

 

 

 

 

II. First Academic Appointment: Assistant Lecturer April 15, 2015

 

 

Present Post: Lecturer II

 

 

Date of Last Promotion Upgrading: Lecturer II April 15, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III. University Education with Dates


 

University of Ilorin, 2001-2004

 

 

University of Ibadan, 2006-2009

 

 

Obafemi Awolowo University, 2010-2012

 

 

University of Ibadan, 2009-2014

 

 

 

 

 

IV. Academic Qualifications with Dates and Granting Bodies


 

a. B.A.(ED) History, Second Class Upper, University of Ilorin, 2004

 

b. M.A. History, University of Ibadan, 2009

 

c. Ph.D, History, University of Ibadan, 2014

 

 

 

 

V. Professional Qualifications with Dates


 

a. MBA (General Management) Obafemi Awolowo University, 2012

 

 

 

 

VI. Scholarships, Fellowships and Prizes


 

a. 2014 ACLS-AHP Dissertation Completion Fellowship

 

 

b. 2016 ACLS-AHP Postdoctoral Fellowship

 

 

 

 

 

VII. Honours, Distinctions and Membership of Learned Societies


 

a. Historical Society of Nigeria (HSN)

 

 

b. African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA)

 

 

 

 

 

VIII. Details of Teaching/Work Experience


 

a. Courses Taught


 

i. HIS 102 African States and Societies, 1500-1800

 

 

ii. HIS 205 East and Central African History, 1500-1800

 

 

iii. HIS 307 Southern Africa, 1800-1914

 

 

iv. HIS 310 Colonial Rule and Independence Movement in Africa

 

 

v. HIS 311 USA since 1865

 

 

vi. HIS 314 History of Japan since 1868

 

 

 

 

 

b. Supervision: 3 undergraduate projects

 

 

c. University Responsibilities


 

i. Coordinator, History Documentation Room 2015 till date

 

 

ii. Member, Staff Welfare Committee, 2015 till date

 

 

iii. Departmental Representative, Faculty of Arts Office Allocation Committee, 2015 till date

 

 

IX. Research


 

Completed:


 

Ibadan Market Women and Politics, 1900-1995 (Published)

 

 

In progress:


 

“Women and Petitions Writing in Colonial Yorubaland, 1900-1960”

 

 

Thesis:


 

Ibadan Market Women and Politics, 1900-1995( Ph.D. Thesis, Department of History, University of Ibadan)

 

 

A History of Textile Trade in Ibadan, 1935-2005 (M.A. History Dissertation, Department of History, University of Ibadan)

 

 

 

 

 

X. Publications


 

Books Already Published


 

1. M.T. Oladejo 2015. Ibadan Market Women and Politics, 1900-1995 Lanham: Lexington Books.

 

 

 

 

 

Chapters in Books Already Published


 

2. 2016 Oladejo, M.T. ‘The Balogun Institution in Ibadan, 1830-1955’ in Jimoh, Oluwasegun M. and Oloruntola, Philip (Eds) The Balogun in Yorubaland: The Changing Fortunes of a Military Institution Ibadan: BookBuilders. pp.81-102.

 

 

3. 2015 Oladejo, M.T. ‘Work Socialisation and Apprenticeship System in Ibadan Garment Industry, 1930s to 1970s’ in Nwoko, Kenneth C. and Osiki, Omon M. (eds) Dynamics of Culture & Tourism in Africa: Perspectives on Africa’s Development in the 21st Century Ilishan-Remo: Babcock University Press. pp. 561-580.

 

 

4. 2015 Oladejo, M.T. ‘Conflict Resolution behind the Veil: The Efforts of an Igbo Muslim Woman in the Boko Haram Crisis in Nigeria, 2009-2012’ in Alao, D.O. (ed) Issues in Conflict, Peace and Governance Ibadan: Fodnab Ventures. Pp.171-178.

 

 

5. 2014 Oladejo, M.T. ‘Yoruba Women in the Music Industry: Waka Music as a Comment on the Society in the Post-colonial era’ in Akorede, Y. and Omotosho, M. (ed) Gender Dialectics and African Development Nigeria: Womanist Theorists pp.58-72.

 

 

6. 2013 Oladejo, M.T. “Railway Management in Nigeria, 1978-1990” In Sofela, B; Edo, V.O. and Olaniyi, R.O. (ed) Nigeria at 50: Politics, Society and Development Ibadan: John Archers. pp. 475-487.

 

 

  1. 2012 Oladejo, M.T. ‘Market Women and Intergroup Relations in Ibadan since 1960’ in Ogbogbo, CBN, Olaniyi, R.O. and Muojama O.G. (ed) Dynamics of Intergroup Relations in Nigeria Since 1960, Ibadan: Department of History, University of Ibadan

     

  2. 2010 Dahunsi, T.A. and Kareem-Ojo M.T. “The Role of History in Conflict Resolution: Nigeria in Perspectives”. In L.A.A. Adeniji; S.A. Adeyemo and D.R. Adeniyi, (Eds.) Resolving Conflict in Nigeria: The Role of Religion, Education, Language and General Studies. Ibadan. Jilat Publishing Company pp. 167-171.

     

 

 

 


 

Articles in Referred Conference Proceedings


 

  1. 2013, Oladejo, M.T. ‘Women’s Studies Education in Asia: An Overview of its Operations and Management’ Proceedings of International Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender and Higher Education in Africa: Emerging Issues, organized by Gender Mainstreaming Office at Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, 12th-13th March.

     


 

Articles in Learned Journals


 

10. 2016 Oladejo, M.T. and Suberu, J. ‘A Historical Analysis of Vocational Education in Western Nigeria, 1930s-1960s’ International Journal of Arts and Humanities, Bahir Dar Ethiopia. Vol. 5, No.1, pp.108-122.

 

 

 

 

 

11. 2015 Oladejo, M.T. ‘Political Actions and Engagement of Market Women in Ibadan, 1900-1980’ Ilorin Journal of History and International Studies, Vol. 5, No.1, 2015, pp.154-167.

 

 

 

 

 

12. 2015 Oladejo, M.T. and Suberu, J. ‘Food Commodities and Commerce in Ibadan, 1900-2000’ Iroro: Journal of Arts, Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, Vol. 16, No.1, 2015. pp. 37-50.

 

 

 

 

 

13. 2015 Oladejo, M.T. ‘Female Leadership and Nationalism in Colonial West Africa: The roles of Constance Cummings-John of Sierra-Leone and Alimotu Pelewura of Lagos’ Babcock Journal of History and International Studies Vol.2 No.1 pp.

 

 

  1. 2014 Oladejo, M.T. ‘History, Research and Documentation in Nigeria: The Relevance to Sustainable Development’ Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa Vol. 16, No. 4. pp. 72-84.www.jsd-africa.com

     

15. 2012 Oladejo, M.T. ‘Women, Politics and Social Development in Colonial Yorubaland: Thematic Analysis of Selected Yoruba Women. Journal of International Politics and Development Studies Vol. 8.

 

 

  1. 2012 Oladejo, M.T. ‘Education Policy for Women in the Twentieth Century: A Situational Analysis of Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Pakistan’, Journal of Social and Management Sciences, Vol. 2, No.2.

     

  2. 2012 Oladejo, M.T. ‘British and Nigerian Women in Health Development in South-West Nigeria’ Gender Issues: International Journal of Feminists/Womanist Theorists Vol. 4, pp.230-245.

     

  3. 2012 Oladejo, M.T. ‘Teaching History Through Craft Tourism in Nigeria’ Nigerian Journal of Gender and Development, Vol. 12, No. 1&2. Pp.52-59.

     

  4. 2012 Oladejo, M.T. ‘Schumpeter’s Perspective on Entrepreneurship and its Implication on Education Policy in Nigeria’, African Journal of Historical Sciences in Education Vol. 8, No.2.pp.258-263.

     

  5. 2011 Oladejo, M.T. “Historicizing Small Business Development in Nigeria” Journal of Social and Management Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp.423-428.

     

  6. 2008 Kareem-Ojo, M.T. “International Trade and Women Traders at Gbagi Textile Market, Ibadan, Journal of Global Initiatives: Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective, Vol. 3, No.2, pp.177-192.

     

 

 

 

Major Conferences Attended with Paper Read


 

1. 2015, Oladejo, M.T. ‘Female Historians and Knowledge Production for Women’s Studies In Africa’ African Studies in the Twenty-First Century: Past, Present and Future. First International Conference of the African Studies Association of Africa, Institute of African Studies, university of Ibadan, 14th- 17th October.


 

2. 2015, Oladejo, M.T. ‘Togolese-Yoruba Women Relations in Ibadan, 1990-2012’ Migration, Mobilities and Development in Africa, organized by Laboratoire d’etudes et Recherché sur les Dynamiques Sociales et le Developpement Local, Benin Republic, 17th-19th June.


 

3. 2015, Oladejo, M.T. ‘Constructing Political Actions and Engagement of Market Women in Colonial Ibadan’ Emerging Issues in Gender Studies, organized by Women Research and Documentation Centre, University of Ibadan, 10th March.


 

4. 2013, Oladejo, M.T. ‘Yoruba Women in the Music Industry: Waka Music as a comment on the society in the post-colonial era’ International Conference of the Feminist-Womanist Theorists, Cameron Hotels, Ile-Ife, 25th-26th September.

 

 

5. 2013, Oladejo, M.T. ‘Women’s Studies Education in Asia: An Overview of its Operations and Management’ International Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender and Higher Education in Africa: Emerging Issues, organized by Gender Mainstreaming Office at Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, 12th-13th March.

 

 

6. 2012, Oladejo, M.T. ‘Hegemonic Influence of Trademarks: The Implications on the Security of Nigerian Businesses’ 50th Anniversary Special Conference on Nigeria and Security Challenges, organized by the Department of History, Obafemi Awolowo University in collaboration with Network of Nigerian Historians, 28th-30th October.

 

 

7. 2011, Oladejo, M.T. ‘British and Nigerian Women in Health Development’ International Conference of the Feminist-Womanist Theorists, Pastoral Institute, Ibadan, 27th-29th September.

 

 

8. 2011, Oladejo, M.T. ‘Hajia Gambo Sawaba and the Talakawa Ideology’ World Summit of Mayors International Conference on Global Engagement of Local Leadership for Universal Progress, Centre for Black Culture and International Understanding, Osogbo, 25th February-2nd March.

 

 

9. 2010, Kareem-Ojo, M.T. ‘Railway Management in Nigeria, 1978-1990’International Conference on Nigeria @ 50: Politics, Society and Development, Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, 8th-11 th August.

 

 

10. 2010, Kareem-Ojo, M.T. ‘Settlement Patterns and Security Institutions in Ibadan in the Nineteenth Century’International Conference on Migration and Settlement Patterns in Yorubaland, Conference Centre, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 11 th-14th March.

 

 

11. 2007, Kareem-Ojo, M.T. ‘International Trade and Women Merchants at Gbagi Textile Market, Ibadan’ Joint International Conference on Globalization, Migration, Citizenship and Identity, Trenchard Hall, University of Ibadan, 6th -9th November.

 

 

12. 2007, Kareem-Ojo, M.T. ‘Women and Intergroup Relations in Nigeria: A Study of Migration Patterns and Socio-Economic Activities’International Conference on the Dynamics of Intergroup Relations in Nigeria since 1960, Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan, 16 th-18th January.