Religious Behaviour and Expression in University Campuses in Nigerian Universities
Yoruba Religions in the Americas: Immigrant Religiosity and the Dynamics of Culture.
Awon Orin Odun Ibile Osogbo (Songs of the Cultural Festivals of Osogbo People with emphasis of Osun, Egungun, Obataala, Sango and Ogun)
DOO (David Olugbenga Ogungbile), a child of destiny, welcomes you to his world. Here, you will launch to different dimensions and aspect of his life and sojourn on the planet earth. This site is designed for academic research, mentoring and spiritual counselling.
David's research engagement has been on the various manifestations and expressions, and the dynamics of religions (Indigenous Religion, Islam and Christianity) in Africa. His interpretations and analysis of indigenous religious traditions using the mythic narratives and
ritual practices which are main markers of human identities reinforce his multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to the religious experiences of the Africans and the African Diaspora.
Guest Speaker at the 14th Graduation Ceremony of the Baptist College of Theology, Benin City, held on Saturday, June 9, 2012 at the Edo State Baptist Conference Complex, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. Title of Lecture: "Voice in the Wilderness: Challenges of Theological Education in a Multi-Cultural and Multi-Faith Nigeria"
Workshop on Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Office (IPTTO), held on Thursday, April 26, 2012 at the Conference Centre, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
Lectures and Conferences
Creativity and Change in Nigerian Christianity (Lagos, Nigeria: Malthouse), (Edited with Akin Akinade): xxvi - 364pp. 
Rethinking the Humanities in Africa (Ile-Ife, Nigeria: A Publication of the Faculty of Arts, Obafemi Awolowo University) (Edited with Sola Akinrinade, Dipo Fashina and J. O. Famakinwa): viii - 479 pp. 
Introduction to the Study of Religion (Lagos, Nigeria: National Open University of Nigeria): xiv-95