Graduate Student, Bowling Green State University
Ololade Faniyi is a Nigerian feminist activist-scholar researching Nigerian feminist movements, networked feminisms, feminist digital humanities, women’s political communication, and West African feminisms. She is completing a Master’s degree in American Culture Studies at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, where her thesis focused on feminist and queer activism in Nigeria’s #EndSars movement. She is an incoming PhD student in Emory University’s Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program. She also has an MA in African Studies (Gender Studies) and a BA in English from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Among other edited books, her collaborative works have appeared in Women’s Studies Quarterly, Women’s Studies in Communication, Feminist Encounters, and European Journal of Cultural Studies. She was the chief editor of Kujua, the University of Ibadan’s graduate journal of African studies. She is currently an African advisor for FRIDA (The Young Feminist Fund).