Conference Theme: Education and Africa’s Transformation
Monday, July 3 to Wednesday July 5, 2017 (Arrival Sunday, 2 July, 2017, departure July 6th)
PAST EVENTS OF TOFAC
The Toyin Falola Conference is a gathering of scholars and researchers from all over the world to discuss issues that relate to Africa in the field of humanities.
The conference holds every first week of July in a designated African University. The previous editions had been hosted by the underlisted African Universities:
1st edition – University of Ibadan, Nigeria; July 2011;
2nd edition – CBAAC/ University of Lagos, Nigeria, July 2012;
3rd edition – Lead City University, Ibadan, Nigeria, July 2013;
4th edition – Free States University, Durban, South Africa, July 2014;
5th edition - University of Pretoria, South Africa, July 2015;
6th edition – Redeemer’s University of Nigeria, July 2016;
7th edition – ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ONDO, NIGERIA, July 2017;
8th edition - University of Nairobi, Kenya, July 2018.
This conference is named after Professor Toyin Falola, a Nigerian and one of the world’s most distinguished scholars based in the University of Texas, Austin, United States of America.
This year’s (2017) edition is the first time the conference is focusing on Education in Africa. This is one of the reasons it is hosted by the premier and foremost College of Education, ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ONDO, NIGERIA. This offers the educational planners, administrators, providers, proprietors and other relevant parties the opportunity to place issues in education in the African continent on global perspectives. For further information, please visit www.aceondo.edu.ng/tofac