Spiritual Stores and Spirit Beings

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We asked acclaimed travel writer Pelu Awofeso to document a trip down the Lagos and Lekki Lagoon. In this second story we learn something more on spiritual stores!  Pelu Awofeso is a travel writer, journalist and publishing entrepreneur based in Lagos, Nigeria. For over fifteen years Pelu has been travelling across Nigeria and publishing travel writing […]

Meeting the fishing families of Iwopin

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We asked acclaimed travel writer Pelu Awofeso to document a trip down the Lagos and Lekki Lagoon. In his first story we get to meet the fishing families of Iwopin, s-w Nigeria.  Pelu Awofeso is a travel writer, journalist and publishing entrepreneur based in Lagos, Nigeria. For over fifteen years Pelu has been travelling across […]

New Publication: “Beyond Religious Tolerance. Muslim, Christian & Traditionalist Encounters in an African Town.”

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  It is we great pleasure that we announce the publication of our first book resulting from the Knowing Each Other survey and research project. “Beyond Religious Tolerance. Muslim, Christian & Traditionalist Encounters in an African Town.”  Edited by Insa Nolte, Olukoya Ogen and Rebecca Jones      Summary In recent decades, religion has become […]

Meet the team: Rebecca Jones

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Now that the project has entered its final stages we are looking back on how involvement in the KEO research has shaped the ideas and carriers of our valued team members. Third person we have asked for a blog contribution is Rebecca Jones, who has been with the project since the very beginning as a […]

ABOYOMI OGUNSANYA – TALKS ABOUT HIS EXPERIENCE AS A 2016 CADBURY RESEARCH FELLOW

In this video Aboyomi Ogunsanya (University of Ibadan, Nigeria) talks about his experience of being a 2016 Cadbury Research Fellow in the Department of African Studies and Anthropology and on the Knowing Each Other project.  

Final Conference Programme – Community, trade, and religion in coastal Yorubaland

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The final conference programme for Community, trade, and religion in coastal Yorubaland.

Meet the team: Jovia Salifu

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Now that the project has entered its final stages we are looking back on how involvement in the KEO research has shaped the ideas and carriers of our valued team members. Second person we have asked for a blog contribution is Jovia Salifu, who has been with the project since 2012 as a data entry […]

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