Why Nigeria’s research institutes are passive in providing COVID-19 solutions
Information in the United States about all things related to COVID-19 is of course still underway, but so far, the research does indicate that racial minorities - especially African Americans - are experiencing the brunt of the crisis.
‘Dethroned king can go to court, if there is miscarriage of justice’
Toyin Falola, one of Nigeria’s prominent and prolific historians, renowned scholar and public intellectual, professor of History, who occupies a chair in the Humanities at the University of Texas at Austin
Faith, technology and sciences as vehicles of development
My address has underscored the relevance of faith in the context of the related ideas of fact and fiction. In the process, it accepts faith as given.
Falola advises Nigerian youths on 2019 elections
Foremost historian, Prof Toyin Falola has advised Nigerian youths to use their population advantage to vote for credible politicians in this year’s general elections.He also warned the youth against being induced by money but to vote according to their conscience.
Falola seeks support for faith based varsities
The Federal Government has been implored to support faith-based universities to achieve their missions of capacity building and graduating “change agents”.
What Nigerians, INEC should learn from U.S. mid-term election, by Falola
Considering how there is now strong evidence that United States security was compromised during the United States’ 2016 presidential election, it is important that the United States – as well as the INEC – keep its voting rights secure in the future so that policies made are truly chosen by the people themselves.
Scholar urges review of university education to meet global trends
Seasoned scholar, Prof Toyin Falola has called on authorities of the nation’s universities to develop a curriculum that would take the country out of the mantras of ‘poverty reduction’ to that of ‘wealth creation’ to make the sector globally relevant and competitive
Falola delivers third KWASU humanities lecture today
Professor Toyin Falola will deliver the third Kwara State University (KWASU) humanities lecture today at the institution’s Mini Convocation Arena.The lecture entitled ‘Humanism and the Future of the Humanities’ hopes to answer several questions in the humanities pertaining to nation building...
Odubote, Falola make case for credible 2019 polls
A professor of African Studies and the current Jacob and Frances Sanger Mossiker Chair in the Humanities at the University of Texas at Austin, Toyin Falola, has urged Nigerians...
Trouble reads ‘Nigerian cities’ edited by Falola and Salm
The following are the sixteen essays and their authors: Nigerian Cities in Historical Perspectives by Ayodeji Olukoju, Early Urbanism in Northern Yorubaland by Aribidesi Usman, Yoruba Commercial Diaspora and Settlement Patterns in Pre-Colonial Kano by Rasheed Olaniyi,....