Adenle Adepeju Temitope is a lecturer at Lagos State University of Education, Oto/Ijanikin and Noforija Epe campus, specializing in Children’s Literature, Gender Studies, and Literary Memory,  She holds an M.A. in Literature from the University of Lagos, a B.A. (Ed) in English (2008), and an N.C.E. in English and Social Studies from Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education. As a Fulbright Alumni (2012-2013), she participated in the Foreign Language Teaching Exchange Program. Married with children, she teaches in the Department of English at the College of Languages and Communication Arts Education (COLCAED). Currently pursuing her Ph.D. at the University of Lagos, Akoka Lagos.

  1. Adenle Adepeju and Odewumi Joy (2016), Literary Texts as Panacea for Social Re-engineering: A Study of SefiAtta’s Everything Good Will Come in Emerging Discourses on the Future of Higher Education in Africa. Ogun State: Babcock University Press.
  2. Adenle, Adepeju (2022), The Dialectics and Symbolism in Efuru: The Memory Interface in Ekpoma Journal of Languages and Literary Studies. Benin
  3. Adenle Adepeju and Odewumi, J.O (2023) Images of Body Shaming in Ezeigbo’s Magic Breast Bags in Advances in Social Sciences and Culture https// ISSN 2640-9674
  4. Adenle, Adepeju (2022) Thematic Universality in the Drama of J.P Clark-Bekederemo: AN Analysis of The Wives Revolt and Other Plays in  Journal of College of Language and Communication Arts Education (COLCAED)