Felix Abidemi Fabunmi

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Felix Abidemi Fabunmi je ojogbon (Professor) ninu imo eda-ede (Linguistics) ati ede Yoruba (Yoruba Language) ni Eka-Eko Imo Eda-ede ati Awon Ede Adulawo (Department of Linguistics and African Languages) ni Yunifásítì Ọbáfẹ́mi Awólọ́wọ̀ ni Ile-Ife , Nigeria. Ni odun 2006 ni o gba oye ijinle omowe (PhD). Apileko re da lori Mofoli, eka-ede Yoruba kan ti won n so ni ile Bene (Benin Republic). Akori iwe apileko akogboye naa ni "Asiko ati Iba-Isele ninu Eka-ede Yoruba Mofoli" (Tense and Aspect in the Mofoli Dialect of Yoruba). Opolopo ise ni o ti se lori ede Yoruba. O gba oye imo ijinle akoko (BA Yoruba) lodun 1992, oun lo gbegba oroke ju: First Class Honours. Lodun 1998 lo gba oye imo ijinle keji (MA Yoruba Language); bakan naa lo tun gba oye imo ijinle keji miiran (MA Linguistics) lodun 2004 ni Yunifasiti ilu Ibadan. Obafemi Awolowo University lo ti gba oye omowe (PhD Yoruba Language & Linguistics) ni 2006. Lodun 2013 ni Felix Abidemi Fabunmi di ojogbon ni Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. O tun gba oye imo ijinle miiran lori eko Tiologi (Theology) - (M.Div.Th) lodun 2018 lati ile-eko giga ti awon oniwaasu: the Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso, Nigeria. Oun naa lo tun gbegba oroke ju lo laarin awon akekoo kilaasi re. Akori ise apileko M.Div.Th re ni: "Contemporary Evangelistic and Church Growth Strategies in Ebenezer Baptist Church, Ile-Ife."

Lodun 1993 ni Ojogbon Felix Abidemi Fabunmi bere ise oluko ni OAU Ile-Ife. O di Olori Eka-Eko (HoD) Imo Eda-ede ati Ede Adulawo (Acting Head, Department of Linguistics and African Languages) OAU Ile-Ife lodun 2007. Die lara awon ise to ti fi koni niwonyi: YOR 105-Introduction to the Study of Language; YOR 106-General Phonetics; YOR 207-Phonology of Yoruba; YOR209-Introduction to Morphology; YOR301-Yoruba Syntax II; YOR 305-Grammar of the Yoruba Language from the Earliest to the Present; YOR407-Dialects of the Yoruba Language; YOR 402-Topics in the Structure of Yoruba; LIN 101-Language & Linguistics; LIN 103-Basic Grammatical Concepts; LIN 105-The Production of Speech I; LIN 102-Languages in Nigeria; LIN 104-Language Use & Language Attitudes; LIN 106-The Production of Speech II; LIN201-Basic Grammar; LIN207-Introduction to Sociolinguistics; LIN303-Semantics; LIN305-Transformational Grammar; LIN307-Morphology; LIN309-Phonology; LIN405-Transformational Grammar III; LIN302-Linguistics for Students of Literature; LIN304-Linguistics and Languages Teaching; LIN310-Linguistics and Translation; LIN204-The Production of Speech IV; LIN206-Basic Grammar II; LIN102 Languages in Nigeria; LIN402-Pidgin & Creole Languages; LIN408-Lexicography; LIN601 General Phonetics; LIN603-Syntactic Descriptions; YOR601-The Phonology of Yoruba;YOR602-Yoruba Verb Phrase; etc.

Ojogbon Felix Abidemi Fabunmi ti sise iwadii lori ede Yoruba, imo eda-ede Yoruba; o tun n sise lori awon eka-ede Yoruba paapaa ju lo awon eka-ede Yoruba to wa leyin-odi Naijiria. Die lara awon ise re to ti te jade niwonyi:

  • 2001."Notes on Ijesa Tense and aspect Marking", Studies in African Linguistics, 30,1:113-114
  • 2002. "Contextualised Theory of Beauty as a Pivot in Yoruba Oratures", Journal of languages and Literatures, 2,1&2:106-117
  • 2003."A GPSG Appraisal of Sequential Distribution of Auxiliary Verbs in Ijesa Dialect of Yoruba", Nordic Journal of African Studies, 12,3:337-348.
  • 2004. "The Status of Yoruba Dialects in Communicative Conpetence and Language Proficiency", Africa Development, xxix, 3:103-113.
  • 2005. (Fabunmi & Salawu). "Is Yoruba an Endangered Language?", Nordic Journal of African Studies, 14, 3:391-408. http://www.njas.helsinki.fi/pdf-files/vol14num3/fabunmi.pdf
  • 2006. "Various Grammar of the Yoruba Language From Earliest to the Latest", An Encyclopaedia of the Arts, 12, 1:14-27.
  • 2007. "A Linguistic Introduction to the Mofoli Dialect of Yoruba", Nigerian Languages, Literatures, Culture and Reforms, No 6:487-504.
  • 2008. "The Syntax of Auxiliaries in the Yoruba Proverbs", Languages and Linguistics in Nigeria, 7:89-109.
  • 2009a. "A GPSG Strcuture of Aspect in Yoruba-Akoko", in Current Perspectives in Syntax and Dialectology, pages 156-191.
  • 2009b. A Grammatical Analysis of Mofoli Dialect of Yoruba. Plumstead, Cape Town, South Africa: The Center for Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS). ISBN: ISBN 978-1-920447-22-9 (223 pages).
  • 2009c.Current Perspectives in Phono-Syntax and Dialectology. Edited by Gordon S.K. Adika, Felix Abidemi Fabunmi & Akeem Segun Salawu. A Publication of the Department of Gur-Gonja, Faculty of Languages, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. ISBN: ISBN 978-9988-8489-1-0 (457 pages).
  • 2010a. Negation and the Scope of Negation in Yoruba Mofoli. Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller. ISBN: ISBN 978-3-639-25527-0 (192 pages).
  • 2010b. "Vigesimal Numerals in Ife (Togo) and Ife (Nigeria) Dialects of Yoruba." Lingistik Online 43, 3/2010 http://www.linguistik-online.de/43_10/fabunmi.html
  • 2011. "On the Formation of Questions in Ekegusii and Yoruba Mofoli." Papers in English and Linguistics, vol. 11:78-94
  • 2012. Asèrànwó Òrò-ìse Nínú Yorùbá Ìjèsà (Auxiliary Verbs in Ìjèsà Dialect of Yorùbá). Ile-Ife, Nigeria: Obafemi Awolowo University Press. ISBN: 978-136-057-7 (189 pages).
  • 2013a. Readings in African Dialectology and Applied Linguistics. Edited by Felix Abidemi Fabunmi & Akeem Segun Salawu. Munchen, Germany: LINCOM EUROPA Academic Publishers (GmbH). ISBN: ISBN 9783862884179 (542 Pages).
  • 2013b. "Negation in Sixteen Yorùbá Dialects." Open Journal of Modern Linguistics. Vol.3, No.1, 1-8 Published Online March 2013 in SciRes (http://www.scirp.org/journal/ojml) DOI:10.4236/ojml.2013.31001
  • Fabunmi, F. A. (ed.) 2014. Journal of African Culture and Languages. Vol 1, No. 1. Co-edited and published by the Department of Ghanaian Languages Education (Gur), University of Education, Winneba, Ghana.  Vol. 2, No. 1 (208 pages).
  • Fabunmi, F. A. (ed.) 2016. Ifè̩ Journal of Languages and Literatures. Edited and published by the Department of Linguistics and African Languages, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Vol. 2, No. 1 (292 pages).
  • Fabunmi, F. A. 2017. (ed.) Ifè̩ Journal of Languages and Literatures. Edited and published by the Department of Linguistics and African Languages, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Vol. 3, No. 1 (202 pages).
  • Fabunmi, F. A. 2018. (ed.) Ifè̩ Journal of Languages and Literatures. Edited and published by the Department of Linguistics and African Languages, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Vol. 4, No. 1 (203 pages).
  • Fabunmi, F. A. 2019. (ed.) Ifè̩ Journal of Languages and Literatures. Edited and to be published by the Department of Linguistics and African Languages, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Vol. 5, No. 1 (in press).

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