Religious Behaviour and Expression in University Campuses in Nigerian Universities
Yoruba Religions in the Americas: Immigrant Religiosity and the Dynamics of Culture.
Current Perspectives in African New Religious Movements.
Remembering and Representation: Visual Images as Text in the Fourth Religious Dimension in the Nigerian Public Space
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 Lecture: The Redeemed Christian Bible College, Mowe, Ogun State, Nigeria, on March 31, 2017. Topic: Interpreting the Sacred: Imagining the World and Imaging the Divine.
1st Global African Religions Conference held at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, August 8-13, 2016. Convener.
7th Biennial Conference of the African Association of Religions on the Theme: Religion, Sexuality, & Identity in Africa and the African Diaspora held in the University of Ghana, Legon (ISSER Conference Centre), July 26-29, 2016. Paper presented: "Visual Terrorism and Social Violence: An Analysis of Sexual Body in a Nigeria's Print Media." Also Chaired the sessions "Contesting Gender-based Violence in Africa"; "Contesting Masculinities".
Lectures and Conferences
Cultural Memories, Performance, and Meanings in Indigenous Festivals and Celebrations Among An African People and their Diaspora Community. [Forthcoming]
Divine Manifestation and Human Creativity: Cultural Hermeneutics of Myth, Ritual and Identity among an African Community of Nigeria. [Forthcoming]
"Forewords." Adekunle Ilesanmi Dawodu, Impact of Indigenisation of Christianity in The African Church in Ile-Ife and Isanlu Yagba, 1930-2013 (Lagos: GAFOKAT Venture Art + Prints): vii-viii & 99-100. 
African Indigenous Religious Traditions in Local and Global Contexts: Perspectives on Nigeria: (Lagos: Nigeria: Malthouse Press Ltd.) (edited): xviii-439.