Prof. J.O. Aleru

DR J.O ALERU

Name: Jonathan Oluyori Aleru

Academic and Professional Qualifications: B.A, M.sc, PhD (Archaeology) (ibadan) 

 Academic Title: Professor and Head of Department

Academic Status: Professor

Area of Specialisation: Historical Archaeology

Office: Room A322 Dept. of Archaeology and Anthropology 

Contact: Tel:+234 8023247791

                E-mail:   olualeru@yahoo.com

Fellowships/Awards

Swedish Institute Guest Scholarship, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History Uppsala University 2000-2001

Current Research Interest

Archaeological Investigations in Igbomina, North Central Yorubaland

Publications:

1.             Aleru, J. O. (2011) Ceramic Research in North Central Yorubaland, Journal of    Nigerian Field Archaeology Vol. 1 (1): 1-12

2.             Lawuyi, O. B., Oyelaran, P.A., Ogundele, S. O., Aleru, J. O., Alabi, R. A., Opadeji,                 O. A., and Ololajulo, B. O. 2011                Archaeological and Anthropological               Cooperation on a Search: Owu and thoughts on Diaspora. Journal of Nigerian Field                 Archaeology Vol.  1 (1): 22-30

3.             Oseni, K., Alabi, R. A. and Aleru, J. O.  (2012)   Settlement Pattern and   Structural              Morphology in Lekki Coastal Area, Southwestern Nigeria: an ethnoarchaeological             perspective, Journal of Science Research Vol. 11 No. 1: 83-90

4.             Aleru, J. O. and Alabi, R.A.  (2012) Archaeological Work in Southwest coast of   Nigeria: search for evidence on the Atlantic Slave Trade, Journal of Nigerian Field    Archaeology Vol. 2 (2): 77-91.

5.             Oseni, K, Alabi, R. A., Aleru, J. O. 2012. Settlement Pattern and Structural             morphology in Lekki Coastal Area, Southwestern Nigeria: an Ethno-archaeological     Perspective. Journal of Science Research Vol. 11 (1): 83-90.

6.             Aremu, D. A., Ogiogwa, J. Aleru, J. O., Tubosun, B. J., Ogunfolakan, B. A. and     Oyelaran, P. A.  2013. Sungbo Eredo, Materiality, Ecology and Society in       Prehistoric             Southwestern Nigeria. West African Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 43 (2): 1-21.