Dr. ODEWUMI, Joy Odifemenuwe is an Associate Professor of Literature with specialty in oral and cultural literature in Lagos State University of Education Oto/Ijanikin with a campus @  ọdọ Noforija Epe. She has a Ph.D in performance studies from the University of Ibadan in 2017, M. A Literature from university of Lagos 1998, PGDE  in curriculum from Lagos State University 1999, MPA in Human Resources in 1997, Diploma in computer study in 1999 and B.A English in 1990.  She has been researching in oral and cultural literature in Africa more recently and  I won a National Research Fund (NRF) recently for the year 2023/2024) with colleagues from other Nigerian University, which I am the Lead Researcher. I am married with children, in the department of English, College of Languages and communication Arts Education (COLCAED).

    1. Odewumi, J.O. (2023). Folklore as a medium of Entertainment and Moral Instruction: A study of Achebe’s THINGS FALL APART & EZEIGBO’S THE LAST OF THE STRONG ONES in Journal of Nigerian Languages and Linguistics: A Journal of Department of Nigerian Langauges Education, Lagos State University of Education, Oto/Ijanikin, with a Campus in Noforiji, Epe, Lagos State, Nigeria. MAIDEN EDITION, 2023.
    2. Odewumi, J.O. and Dom-Anyanwu, N.L. (2023). Historical Value System of Igbo Proverbs in our School Curriculum, International Journal of Language Education (IJLE). Published by Department of English Education, Lagos State University of Education (LASUED) Oto/Ijanikin, with a Campus@ Noforija, Epe, Lagos.
    3. Odewumi,J.O. and Dom-Anyanwu, N.L& Dayo Akanmu, S. (2023). An appraisal of the availability and use of Instructional Materials in Teaching Modern and Nigerian Languages (English, Igbo, and Yoruba) in Lagos state junior secondary schools. In Madonna University, journal of advance research and literature Vol 9 (6). (ISBN 2208-2441) DOI:
    4. Odewumi, J.O. & Adenle Adepeju (2023). Images of body shaming in Ezeigbo’s magic breast bags. In journal of Advances in Social Science and Culture, online ISSN 2640-9674 Or print ISSN2640-9682. DOI:
    5. Odewumi, J. O. & Dom-Anyanwu (2023). Impacts of Motivation on Igbo and English Second Languages Learning in Nigerian Schools in African Scholars Multidisplinary Journal (ASMJ).
    6. Odewumi, J.O. (2023). Global challenges in teaching and learning of Literature and culture in Lagos State University of Education, Journal of College of Languages and Communication Arts Education. VOL 1(2) JOCOLCAED. Pp 164-174.
    7. Odewumi, J.O. (2023). Women Sensual Images in Ezeigbo’s THE LAST OF THE STRONG ONES AND SANUSI’S KEMI’S JOURNAL. In Evolving Trends in Language and Linguistics, A Festschrift in honour of Harrison Rotimi Adeniyi. Published by: The Linguistic Association of Nigeria. & Nigeria Academy of Leaders.
    8. Odewumi, J.O. (2022). Learning through humorur The Nigerian Pidgin Proverbs Paragim in Dosumu, J.A. (Ed) Cultural Renaissance, The Africa we want and Agenda 2063, in Centre for Black African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC). Lagos: (CBAAC) .  Pp: 188-197
    9. Odewumi, J.O. (2022). Portrayal of women in the Nigerian civil war in selected Androtext Narratives. In Language Review: International Journal of Linguistic, A Publication of the Department of Linguistics & African Languages, Federal University of Lokoja, Lokoja, Nigeria. MAIDEN EDITION 2022.
    10. Odewumi, J.O. (2022): Contemporary Issues in Akachi Admora-Ezeigbo’s Dancing mask. Ekpoma journal of Languages and literary Studies. Vol.13 No1&2. Pp:297-305
    11. Odewumi, J.O. & Akanmu, S.O. (2022): ÌBà (Homage): A Compulsory Ritualistic performance for the Yoruba Oral Artists. IIS Unversity of Jaipur (JOA) Journal of Art. Vol. 10 No 2. Pp: 388-410.