Foluke Ifejola Adebisi

University of Bristol - School of Law

Professor of Law

Wills Memorial Building

Queen's Road Clifton

Bristol BS8 1RJ, BS8 1RJ

United Kingdom

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Scholarly Papers (11)

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Where the Rubber Hits the Road: The Limitations of the Universalism vs Cultural Relativism Debate Impacting FGM Control in Nigeria

Number of pages: 22 Posted: 18 Oct 2014 Last Revised: 27 Apr 2015
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law
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FGM, Human Rights, Gender Studies, Nigeria, Africa, International Human Rights Law

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Decolonising Education in Africa: Implementing the Right to Education by Re-Appropriating Culture and Indigeneity

Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, Vol. 67(4), p. 433–51, 2016
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 12 Dec 2016
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law
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Revisiting (inclusive) education in the postcolony

Journal of the British Academy 9(s1), 47–75, 2021; DOI https://doi.org/10.5871/jba/009s1.047
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 21 Sep 2021
University of Lincoln (UK), University of Bristol - School of Law, University of Bristol - Graduate School of Education and University of Nottingham
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Education, inclusive education, exclusion, knowledge, postcolony, colonial(ism/ity)

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Should We Rethink the Purposes of the Law School? A Case for Decolonial Thought in Legal Pedagogy

Amicus Curiae, Series 2, Vol 2, No 3, 428-449, 2021
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 21 Sep 2021
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law
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decolonization; legal education; decolonial thought.

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A Right to a Project of (African) Life: Boko Haram, ESC Classification of the Right to Education, and the Unjustifiability of Generationalising Human Rights

Journal of Academic Perspectives, Volume No. 4, 2015
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 13 Apr 2016
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law
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Black/African Science Fiction and the Quest for Racial Justice through Legal Knowledge: How Can We Unsettle Euro-modern Time and Temporality in Our Teaching?

Law, Technology and Humans Open Access Journal, Volume 4 (2) 2022, ISSN 2652-4074
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 29 Nov 2022
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law
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law, race, racism, time, temporality, decolonisation, legal education

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Educating for the End of a Necropolitical World: What Happens Beyond Decolonisation in Legal Education?

Adebisi, Foluke I. "Educating for the End of a Necropolitical World What Happens Beyond Decolonisation in Legal Education? In Giddens, Thomas, and Luca Siliquini-Cinelli, eds. Biopolitics and Resistance in Legal Education. Taylor & Francis, 2023.
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 30 Jan 2024
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law
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Decolonising the Law School: Presences, Absences, Silences… and Hope

The Law Teacher
Posted: 06 Apr 2021
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law

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decolonisation, legal education, law

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Losing the Utility of the Responsibility to Prevent: The Confines of International Law and Focus on Genocide Prevention

International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, vol 6, pp. 191- 203
Posted: 15 Dec 2016
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law

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Responsibility to protect, Genocide, Prevention

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Is Côte D'Ivoire a Test Case for R2P?: Democratization as Fulfillment of the International Community's Responsibility to Prevent

Journal of African Law, Volume 56, Issue 2 October 2012
Posted: 15 Dec 2016
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law

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Cote d'Ivoire, Responsibility to Protect, Democracy, Africa

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The Impact of African Philosophy on the Realisation of International Community and the Observance of International Law

International Community Law Review 18 (2016) 3–33
Posted: 13 Dec 2016
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law

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International Community, African Legal Philosophy, State Failure, Sub-Saharan Africa, International Law

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Book Review: Levitt, Jeremy I. (Ed.), Black Women and International Law

African Journal of International and Comparative Law, vol 24., pp. 168 - 172
Posted: 15 Dec 2016
Foluke Ifejola Adebisi
University of Bristol - School of Law

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intersectionality, international law, black women, Africa