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Selected Scholarly Publications

Journal - International  Jimoh, Ganiyu. (2019). “Masked in Metaphors: Counter-Narratives in the Works of Nigerian Cartoonist Mike Asukwo.”African Arts, Vol. 52 (2), Summer 2019. Pp 32 -39.  Jimoh, Ganiyu. (2018). ‘Wetin You Carry? The Nigeria Police Force in Cartoonists’ Space.’ in Taking African Cartoons Seriously: Politics, Satire and Culture. Eds Peter Limb and Tejumola Olaniyan. Michigan State University Press, East Lansing, MI.  Jimoh, Ganiyu. (2018). ‘Josy Ajiboye: The Reluctant Cartoonist and Social Commentaries in Postcolonial Nigeria’. International Journal of Comic Art. 20 (1). Pp 242 -254.  Jimoh, Ganiyu (2014). ‘I Voted Only for the Head Too: Visual Satire and Democratic Governance in Africa’ in International Journal of Comic Art Vol. 16 (1), spring. ISBN: 1531-6793. Pp 431-444. Journals – Local   Jimoh, Ganiyu (2020). Beyond Entertainment; Nigerian Democratisation Process in The Jesters' Space (1983 - 1999). The Artist Journal (Taj) Volume. 4, No. 1, April 2020. Pp 1 -11  Jimoh, Ganiyu (2019). “Virtual Activism: Internet Memes and Political Discourse in Nigeria”.The Artist Journal (Taj) Volume. 3, No. 1, April 2019. Pp 115 -125  Jimoh, Ganiyu (2015). ‘Image, Metaphor and Narratives: Pop Cultural Elements in Political Cartoons’ in Eyo Journal of Arts and Humanities. Vol. 1 (1). ISBN: 2476-8278. Pp 89-99.  Jimoh, Ganiyu (2013). ‘No Laughing Matter: Editorial Cartoons and The Nigerian Democratisation Process’ in Essays in History, A Journal of the Students’ Historical Society of Nigeria, University of Lagos Chapter. Vol. 9. (1) ISSN: 1115-2192. Pp153-171 Books / Exhibition Reviews – International  Jimoh, Ganiyu, (2015). The Change We Need. An exhibition brochure featuring Scholarly essays by African cartoon scholars. African Studies Centre, Michigan State University. USA. ISBN. 978-0-692-53476-2. Books / Exhibition Reviews - Local  Jimoh, Ganiyu (2016). ‘Dust & Petals: Floralising Emotion and Sexuality’ in Dust & Petals, an exhibition of installations arts by Omo Udenta at the National Museum of Arts, Onikan, Lagos. Pp 19-25 November 2016.  Jimoh, Ganiyu (2013). Our National Flag: Arts and Socio-Political Realities. NeronetPlus Int. Ltd. Lagos.