Oyotunji African Village has been the principal focus of numerous academic studies and mentioned in a multiplicity of educational and African cultural journals, publications and texts. The works of African Studies, Religious Studies and Anthropology tracks of national educational institutions have contributed to the mass media and greater public's further understanding of the Orisa-Vodun spiritual systems and Yoruba of West Africa ancestral traditions.
It is for this very reason that we warmly welcome all educational institutions into Oyotunji African Village to study the New World Yoruba; their customs and practices.
If you are interested in interviewing, bringing a class to tour, inviting a traditional Orisa-Vodun Priest or the Oba ( King) to speak to your class, need assistance with creating an OAV focused lesson plan and/or any other education based inquiries, please email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, please take a moment to review the articles below from two selected universities...