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Adekunle, Julius O

Julius Adekunle, Ph.D.

  • Professor
  • Director of African Diaspora Studies
  • Scholarly interests: Politics, religion, culture, leadership

Department: History and Anthropology

Office: Howard Hall 339

Phone: 732-571-4478

Email: jadekunl@monmouth.edu


Professor Adekunle teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on globalization, politics, religions, and cultures of Africa.

He is the author and co-author of many books including Converging Identities: Blackness in the Modern African Diaspora (African World, 2013), Color Struck: Essays on Race and Ethnicity in Global Perspective (University Press of America, 2012), Religion in Politics: Secularism and National Integration in Modern Nigeria (Africa World Press, Inc., 2009), and Culture and Customs of Rwanda (Greenwood Press, 2007).

Education

Ph.D., Dalhousie University

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Fall

  • Nationalism in Africa – HS 587
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I – HS 101
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective II – HS 102

2022 Spring

2021 Fall

  • History of Africa – HS 295
  • Research Seminar in History – HS 461

2021 Summer B

  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I – HS 101

2021 Spring

  • Nationalism in Africa – HS 587
  • Research Seminar in History – HS 461
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective II – HS 102

2020 Fall

  • Colonial Africa – HS 396
  • Globalization and Africa – HS 397
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I – HS 101

2020 Summer B

  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I – HS 101

2020 Spring

  • Colonialism in Africa – HS 585
  • Cultures and Societies of Africa – AN 296, HS 296
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective II – HS 102

2019 Fall

  • Colonial Africa – HS 396
  • Research Seminar in History – HS 461
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I – HS 101

2019 Summer B

  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I – HS 101

2019 Spring

  • Cultures and Societies of Africa – AN 296, HS 296
  • Globalization and Africa – HS 397
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective II – HS 102

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Colonial Africa (HS 396)
  • Colonialism in Africa (AN 585, HS 585)
  • Cultures and Societies of Africa (AN 296, HS 296)
  • Decolonization in Africa 1940-1960 (HS 588)
  • Globalization and Africa (HS 397)
  • History of Africa (HS 295)
  • Nationalism in Africa (HS 587)
  • Readings and Research in History (HS 499)
  • Research Seminar in History (HS 461)
  • Seminar in African History (HS 585)
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I (HS 101)
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective II (HS 102)