Ayodeji Ogunnaike

My research has always involved the comparative study of religion and developing indigenous Yoruba theory on and about religion, making the Global-Critical Philosophy of Religion project a natural fit. Some of the traditions I study —especially the Yoruba tradition of Ifa—have their own perspectives and critical approaches to other religious traditions, and his work often addresses how African traditions have responded creatively to encounters with other religious traditions on the continent and in diaspora.

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