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The Nigeria-Biafra War: genocide and the politics of memory
  • O. Ojo
  • Political Science
  • 4 May 2014
Volunteers pay organisations to mediate opportunities for them to help Africans and experience a foreign culture. The chapter nicely elaborates the paradox, that this help is different from whatExpand
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'Heepa' (hail) Òrìsà: the Òrìsà factor in the birth of Yoruba identity
The popularization of Christianity and Islam among Yoruba-speaking slaves in the diaspora is widely seen as the root of Yoruba ethnic consciousness. Returning ex-slaves, Christians, and BritishExpand
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Effect of Base Material on the Pore Size Distribution and Surface Area of Activated Carbon
  • O. Ojo
  • Materials Science
  • 1 February 2009
Powdered activated carbons were produced from palm kernel shells, corn cobs and cow bones by carbonization, pulverization and activation. The resulting granule has a surface area of 430.04 m2/g,Expand
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Influence of multi-pass FSP on the microstructure, mechanical properties and tribological characterization of Al/B4C composite fabricated by accumulative roll bonding (ARB)
Abstract This paper aims to understand the impact of post-multi-pass friction stir processing (FSP) on the microstructure, mechanical, wear and fracture behaviors of the fabricated 10Expand
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Abstract This article uses the extensive documentation of Africans liberated from slave vessels to explore issues of identity and freedom in the nineteenth-century Atlantic world. It tracks the size,Expand
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Dissimilar modified friction stir clinching of AA2024-AA6061 aluminum alloys: Effects of materials positioning
Abstract Modified friction stir clinching (MFSC) process was employed to joint dissimilar AA2024-T3 and AA6061-T6 Al sheets by interchanging the upper and the lower sheets during the joining process.Expand
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ÈMú (ÀMúyá): The Yoruba Institution of Panyarring or Seizure for Debt
This contribution on emu (panyarring) in Yorubaland examines the nexus between kinship, commerce and trade trusts. It does this by focusing on the workings of the precolonial credit system and theExpand
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Using African Names to Identify the Origins of Captives in the Transatlantic Slave Trade: Crowd-Sourcing and the Registers of Liberated Africans, 1808–1862
Abstract Between 1808 and 1862, officers primarily from the British navy liberated approximately 175,000 enslaved Africans from transatlantic slavers. Information on more than half of this group hasExpand
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Modified friction stir clinching of dissimilar AA2024-T3 to AA7075-T6: Effect of tool rotational speed and penetration depth
Abstract There is a need to overcome the formation of stress-raisers such as geometric-differential flow-induced defects in modified friction stir clinched dissimilar aluminum alloys in order toExpand
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