After months of hiatus, the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission resumes its monthly event, Yoruba Historical Conversations. The Yoruba Historical Conversations is a monthly forum and lecture series for people and organizations who are interested in the past, present and the future of the Yoruba nation in particular and the western region of Nigeria in general, to come together to interact and share ideas on how the Yoruba nation’s physical, social and economic development.
The June 2017 edition of the event will come up on Friday the 23rd of June 2017 at The Dawn Commission Office, 10th Floor Cocoa House, Dugbe Ibadan. Leading the conversation will be Professor Olawale Albert, Professor of African History, Peace and Conflict Studies, and the pioneer Director of the Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies (IPSS), University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He was the Pioneer Director of the University’s Institute of African Studies of the University from August 2010 to July 2013. The topic of the Conversation is Rethinking Yoruba History in an Era of Alternative History. The events starts at 10 a.m. prompt
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