Nigerian Pentecostalism by Nimi WaribokoPresents a multidisciplinary study of how Nigerian pentecostals conceive of and engage with a spirit-filled world, arguing that the character of the movement is defined through an underlying "spell of the invisible."
Nigerian Pentecostalism and Development by Richard BurgessExamines the contributions, both intentional and unintentional, of Nigerian Pentecostal churches and NGOs to development, studying their development practices broadly in relation to the intersecting spheres of politics, economics, health, education, human rights, and peacebuilding.
The Oxford Handbook of Nigerian History (Online) by Toyin Falola (Editor); Matthew Heaton (Editor)A comprehensive history of Nigeria. Rather than centering the rise of the nation-state, the Handbook reads the narrative of national politics alongside deeper histories of political and social organization, as well as in relation to competing influences on modern identity formation and inter-group relationships, such as ethnic and religious communities, economic partnerships, and immigrant and diasporic cultures.
The Oxford Handbook of Nigerian Politics by A. Carl LeVan (Editor); Patrick Ukata (Editor)Provides a deep understanding of Nigeria's socio-political evolution and experience by covering broad range of political issues and historical eras. The volume encompasses 44 chapters organized thematically into essays covering history, political institutions, civil society, economic and social policy, identity and insecurity, and Nigeria in a globalized world.
A History of Nigeria by Toyin Falola; Matthew M. HeatonBy examining key themes such as colonialism, religion, slavery, nationalism and the economy, the authors show how Nigeria's history has been swayed by the vicissitudes of the world around it, and how Nigerians have adapted to meet these challenges.