Julius Adekunle is an Associate Professor at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ where he teaches African history, Caribbean history, and Western Civilization. He taught in Nigeria and Canada before taking an appointment in America. He has published several articles and chapters-in-books on African political, economic, and social history.

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Publications:
Power and Fear: Ethno-Nationalism and Governance in Africa

This paper examines the preponderance of the misuse of power and the concomitant fear and mistrust in the wake of increasing ethnic nationalism in African politics

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Landmarks and Cultural Identity in Yoruba History

This paper will analyze the landmarks and other aspects of cultural identity in Yoruba history and how they remain vital to Yoruba identity.

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