Religion: African Traditional Religions
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‘Bakongo afterlife and cosmological direction: translation of African culture into North Florida cemeteries’, Athanor, 20, 105-115.
‘Death and burial practices in contemporary Zulu culture’, Mankind Quarterly, 53:1, 91–109.
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‘Investigation of willingness of residents to adopt alternative burial methods in Abuja, Nigeria’, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment Science, 665, 012060.
‘Traditional funeral and burial rituals and Ebola outbreaks in West Africa: a narrative review of causes and strategic interventions’, Journal of Health and Social Sciences, 5:1, 73-90.
‘The role of social anthropology in the debate on funeral rites in Africa’, Exchange, 34:3, 156-176.