Jegede Francis Olabisi holds a B.A English (Unilorin), M.A Literature (UNILAG) and a PhD at Babcok University. He is the HOD English Department (Legacy College). He obtained an Advanced Professional Certificate in Innovative Teaching at College of Higher and Further Studies, Ardleigh Green, United Kingdom in 2011. He is a poet and seasoned literary critic.  He has authored many books, collection of poems and published articles in national and international reputable journals.  He is an Associate Professor of gender and cultural studies and currently teaches literature in the Department of English Education, College of Languages and Communication Arts Education, Lagos State University of Education, Otto/Ijanikin, Lagos, Nigeria.

    1. BOOKS
    2. Jegede, F.O. (2019). Staging Emasculation. Ijoko,Braingate. (Local)
    3. Jegede, F.O. (2016). Politics of War and Violence in Eddie Iroh’s Novels, Lagos, Dammy Ventures. (Local)
    4. Jegede, F.O. (2016). Oral Literature. Lagos, Dammy Ventures.(Local)
    5. Jegede, F.O. (2013). Footprints. Lagos, Dammy Ventures.(Local)
    6. Jegede, F.O. (2007).The Rape of a Continent.Lagos, Dammy Ventures.(Local)
    7. Jegede, F.O.and Adeniran, S.O.(2006).Basic English, Lagos, Dammy Ventures.(Local) 


    1. Jegede Olusegun & Jegede, F.O. (2024). A Deconstructionist Reading of Zaynab Alkali’s Stillborn. In (Eds) M.Sotunsa, A. Kalejaiye& P. Nyamekwe Gender and Leadership in   Nigeria and Ghana. Palgrave Macmillan.
    2. Jegede, F.O., Adeniyi,K.O&Adebanjo, M.O.(2019). Socio-Cultural Perception of Sexist Yoruba Proverbs.In Akinloye, O., Ibigbolade, S. A. and Feslisters, J.P.(Eds). Gender and Development in Africa and Its Diaspora (Pp62-72 ). New York:Routledge.
    3. Jegede, F.O & Sotunsa, M. E. (2018).The Illusion of Male Archetype: A Comparative Study of Irene’s More Than Dancing and Pearl’s Flyin’ West. In Ayo, O., Kazeem, A.A. & Adebayo, M. (Eds).Literary and Linguistic Perspective on Orality, Literacy and Gender Studies (Pp481-495) Kraft Books Limited: Ibadan.
    4. Jegede, F.O and Sotunsa, M. E. (2017).Emasculation, Social Humiliation and Psychological Castration in Irene’s More than Dancing. In Toyin, F.&Olajumoke, Y.H. (Eds). Gendering Knowledge in Africa and the African  Diaspora: Contesting History and Power (Pp253-263)New York: Routledge.
    5. Jegede, F.O., Sotunsa, M. E. &Abiodun, A. K. (2017). Women and Children as Victims of War in Tadjo’s Shadow of Imana. In Sotunsa, M.E. & Olajumoke, Y.H. (Eds).Gender, Culture and Development (Pp1-17) Austin: Pan-African University Press.
    6. Jegede, F.O.,Otsupius, A.I. &Kolade, A.A. (2016). Rethinking Feminism: A Pedagogical Challenge in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria.InSotunsa, M.E.& Michael, al(Eds).Emerging Discourses on the Future of Higher Education in Africa (Pp477-485) Ilishan-Remo: Babcock University Press.
    7. Jegede, F.O.,Makinde, S.O.&Kolade, .A.A. (2016).Literacy and Language: Creative Tools for Entrepreneurial Business Activities in Nigeria. In Sotunsa, .M.E.&Kalejaye, .A. (Eds).Evolving Discourses in Language, Literature and Pedagogy (Pp275-294).Ilisan-Remo: HoneyCrown Educational Publisher.
    8. Jegede, F.O., Balogun, S. O. and Otsupius, A. I. (2016). Old Wine in a New Bottle: A Hybridization of Aroko in the 21st Century Yoruba Communication System. In Iwu,I., Dominique, M.,  Ajani. L.A and Adeniyi,K.O (Eds).Issues in Language Teaching (Pp91-115) Lagos: Cyprus Publishers.*
    9. Jegede, F.O., Mafikuyomi, J.A. and Adebanjo, M.O. (2008). Essentials of English Language.(Pp129-160) Lagos: Eagle Creative Press.*
  1. Jegede, Francis Olabisi (2024). Classroom Interaction Techniques and Implications for Teaching and Learning of English of English Language in Nigerian Upper Basic Education. Dustin-Ma Journal of English and Literature (DUJEL) 8, (2) pp.248-265.
  2. Jegede, F.O. Jegede. O. & Otsupious.. A.I (2023). Women Participation in Nigerian Politics: Now Not Later. Journal of College of Languages and Communication Arts Education. 2, (1) pp. 79-92
  3. Jegede, F.O. (2023). Gender Role Schemas: Emasculation as Men’s Nightmare in Barcley’s   Dance on His Grave. GVU Journal of Language, Literature  2(1) 2023. Pp. pp.44-60
  4. Jegede, Francis Olabisi and Jegede, Olusegun (2023).Conflict Resolution and Social Re-engineering in Femi Osofisan’s Morountodun. Ethiope Journal of English, Literary and Cultural Studies.1 (1) pp. 202-218
  5. Jegede, F.O. (2022). Redefining Tragedy in Terry Eagleton’s Sweet Revenge: The Idea of the Tragic: A Review. AWIYE Journal of Language, Literature and Communication. 2, 2022, pp122-135
  6. Jegede, F.O. (2023). Towards Avoiding Rwandan Debacle: Lessons from Tadjo’s Shadow of Imana for Sustainable Peace and National Cohesion in Nigeria. International Journal of Language Education.1 (1&2),  pp.133-143
  7. Jegede, F.O. (2023). Effeminate Men and Their Socio-political Dynamics in Onwueme’s The Reign of Wazobia. ISEAKOZI Journal of Nigerian Languages and Linguistics. 1, pp.296-316
  8. Kikelomo Adeniyi, Jegede, Francis Olabisi, & Mopelola, Adebanjo (2023). Language of   Corona Drivus (Corona Virus) In South West Nigeria: A Socio-linguistic Perspective. ISEAKOZI Journal of Nigerian Languages and Linguistics. 1, pp333-340
  9. Jegede, F.O. &Jegede, O.E. (2022). Culture of Silence in Alifa Rifaat’s Distant View of a Minaret: Complicity or Complacency. Journal of College of Languages and Communication Arts Education. 1 (1) 35-47.
  10. Jegede, F.O (2017).Despotism, Corruption and Social Realism in Mapanje’s The Chattering Wagtails of MikuyuPrisons. EAS Journal ofHumanities and Cultural Studies. 1 (1), pp.45-49
  11. Jegede, F.O. and Balogun Saheed (2018). Oral Literary Skills in Contemporary Music as Panacea for Youth Empowerment: A Case Study of Songs by AboloreAdegbolaAkande (9ICE). International Journal of  Language Education, Communication and Development.1(3), 177-184.*
  12. Jegede, F.O. (2018).Trapped in Stereotype: A Poet and His Representations in P’Bitek’sSong of Lawino. Beyond Babel. 5(1), 123-137.
  13. Jegede, F. O., Sotunsa, M. E., Ezinwanyi, E. A. & Chinenye, M. E. (2016). Gender-role Schema: A Comparative Study of African and Afro-American plays. Madonna Journal of English and Literary Studies, 2( 9), 7-22.
  14. Jegede, F. O.&Kolade, A. A.(2015). Literary Studies as Tools for the Teaching of English Language in Nigeria’s Upper Basic Education. English Language Today. Journal for Teachers of English and Communication Skills. (12), 65–74.
  15. Jegede, F. O.& Araba, O. (2014). Multilingualism and its Effects on English Language Teaching and Large Classes in English Language Today. Journal for Teachers of English and Communication Skills. 11. 15 – 24.
  16. Jegede, F. O.&Eburu, O. (2013). African Marriage and the Trauma of Childlessnessin Nwapa’sEfuru and Emecheta’sJoys of Motherhood. Continuing Education Review. 2(1), 225 – 235.
  17. Jegede, F. O.&Ojajuni, I.F. (2011). A Study of the Effect of Psychodramaticsin the Teaching-Learning Process.” Continuing Education Review.1(1), pp 43-59.*
  18. Jegede, F.O., Bolaji, E. T. &Adebanjo, M. O.(2009).  Methodology and English Language Teaching-Learning at a Distance in the 21st Century.’’ Continuing Education Review. 10(1),pp.89-95.*
  19. Jegede, F. O. (2005). Modernism as a Body of Literature and Critical Prospective. Journal of Development Education.1(1), pp.39-44.
  20. Jegede, F. O.(2008). The Use of Literary Studies in English Literacy in Nigeria.Journal of School of Languages.1(8), 94-107.(Local)
  21. Jegede, F.O. (2004). Post Modernism in Lord of the Flies.” In Journal of English Language and Literary Studies.1(2), 101 – 115. (Local)