ABOH, Rome

Dr. Aboh is an African Humanities Postdoctoral (AHP) Fellow, two-time Fellow-in-Residence, and Senior Lecturer in the Department of English, University of Uyo, Nigeria, teaching both language and literature courses.

Adeyemi J. Ademowo, professor of anthropology and cultural studies, holds a BA (Hons) in Philosophy, an MA in Cultural Anthropology and a PhD in Development Anthropology, all from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

Professor Ademowo is an AHP/ACLS 2019 Fellow-in-Residence at the International Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; recipient of the African Humanities Program of the ACLS, Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2018; Senior Fellow, Institute of French Research in Africa, IFRA, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, 2015 and 2014 distinguished alumnus of BIARI, Brown International Institute of Advanced Research, Brown University, Rhode Island, USA.

For over a decade, Professor Ademowo has taught undergraduate and graduate courses/modules such as: Citizenship Education, Nigerian Peoples and Culture, African Philosophy; Society, Culture and Health, African Cultures and Societies, Social Change, African Traditional Approaches to Conflict Management; Nigerian Heritage, Philosophies and Culture of Peace, Conflicts in Multicultural Societies, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Conflict in Multicultural Societies and Organisational Behaviour. He has also supervised undergraduate and postgraduate students at the Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria where he is currently the Head, Department of Sociology and Social Justice; Editor-in-Chief, Agidigbo: ABUAD Journal of the Humanities and convener, ABUAD African and Diaspora Studies Forum.

Professor Ademowo’s areas of interest and expertise include socio-cultural anthropology, cultural Studies, indigenous knowledge systems, Conflict Studies, human resource studies, African philosophy, Anthropology of space and place as well as Folklore Studies. Aside from teaching and research, he is also a certified and practicing life coach and a Humanist.

Professor Ademowo loves traveling, mentoring and enjoys ‘banters time’ with his wife, ‘Yemisi and children, ‘Damola and ‘Dapo.

Adeyemi Johnson ADEMOWO


Jude Oluyomi Akanbi is a professor of Old Testament Studies. He earned his Doctorate in Christian Religious Studies from Nigeria’s University of Ibadan. His areas of interest include the Hebrew Bible (History, theology, and literature), Second Temple Period, Decolonial and Postcolonial Studies with special focus on Identity Construct and Heritage Recovery.

Dr. Aragbuwa is a lecturer of English at Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria, with research interests in Computer-mediated Discourse Analysis, Critical Dialogism, and Gender-based Violence.



Earning a PhD in cultural anthropology from Uppsala University, Inga-Lill Aronsson is a senior lecturer in Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies at Uppsala University, Sweden. Her research interests are heritage, memories, and reconciliation in post-conflict/disaster areas, and longitudinal studies/evaluation of displacement/resettlement. Aronsson is also Board Member for Europe region.

Extensive field experience e.g. in Latin America. Former director of NOHA (Network on Humanitarian Action).

Aronsson has more than 10 years of experience of advanced multi- and interdisciplinary academic work. Her main research interests are conflict and heritage, memory and reconciliation and longitudinal research on involuntary resettlement. She is the former Director of Network on Humanitarian Action (NOHA, 2005-2011), and from 2012, Member of The NOHA Steering Committee. She is as well Member of The International Network on Displacement and Resettlement (INDR) and Member of the Research Colloquium, The Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul. Among her past commissions of trust are: Board Member of Forum for Latin American Studies (2015-2017); Member of The Recruitment Board of the Faculty of Arts (2009-2011); and Board Member of the Faculty of Arts (2005-2011), Uppsala University.

Aronsson is gender pro-active and she has initiated several faculty funded gender projects. She has authored and co-edited several publications on negotiations in resettlement, local participation, gender and peace museums.

A native of southern Sweden, Johan Josefsson holds a Bachelor’s degree in Comparative Indo-European Linguistics and a Master’s degree in Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies (both from Uppsala University in Sweden). His research interests include heritage identity, interpretation, and politics.


Estelita V. LIANITA

Estelita Llanita, a Professional Teacher and acclaimed Lasallian Master Teacher at La Salle Green Hills, is a Licensure Examination for Teachers reviewer at the Sultan Kudarat State University. Her research interests include Heritage Tracking, Advocacy, and Political Networking.

Educated with academic degrees in the study of religion, including a Ph.D. in Critical Comparative Scriptures (Claremont Graduate University, CA) Olali is interested in the phenomenology of scripture, its (mis)-/use and its life cycle in culture and society. Click the link on the image to learn more about his work.


Charles E. THOMAS, Jr.