(VIDEO) Past, Present, and Future of Nigerian Archaeology
Watch this interesting video of a Professor of African Archaeology, Caleb Caleb Adebayo Folorunso Ph.D. as he talks about the history of Nigerian Archaeology, the current trend and what the future holds. This was during the 2017 Globafrica Workshop titled ‘Reconnecting Africa : Achievements and perspectives.’
Scholars present at this event include Professor Steve Afolami (Vice Chancellor, Augustine University), Gérard Chouin Ph.D. (College of William and Mary, USA), Chinyere Ukpokolo Ph.D., Jide Ololajulo Ph.D., R. A Alabi PhD., Olu Aleru PhD., Olusegun Opadeji Ph.D., Samuel Ogundele Ph.D., David Aremu Ph.D., Moyib Olusegun, Kolawole Adekola, all from Ibadan. Also present at the event were Tunde Oduwobi PhD. from the University of Lagos, Adisa Opeyemi Ogunfolakan PhD. (Museum of Natural History, Ife), Babalola Babatunde Ph.D., Harvard University, Olanrewaju Blessing Lasisi, Colege of William and Mary, Oluseyi Agbelusi, Syracuse University, Thomas Vernet-Habasque of IFAS-Recherche Johannesburg, Rth Lea, and Jules Frémeaux from Paris, and Elodi Apard of IFRA Nigeria, Officials from the Museum and Grad students from IBADAN amongst others.
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