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educator , historian

Carolyn Keyes Adenaike, American historian, educator. Recipient Summer stipend National Endowment of the Humanities, 1999; Institute for International Education/Fulbright fellow, Nigeria, 1989-1990, Scholars-in-Residence fellow Schomburg Center for School in Black Culture, New York City, since 1999; CIES Fulbright Scholars grantee African Regional Research Program, Nigeria, 1995.

Background

Adenaike, Carolyn Keyes was born on August 26, 1962 in Suffern, New York, United States. Daughter of John Oliver and Leona Rose Keyes.

Education

Bachelor, Mount Holyoke College, 1985. License, University Paris X, 1986. Master of Arts, University Wisconsin, 1988.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Wisconsin, 1993.

Career

Assistant professor Hunter College, New York City, 1994, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1996, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1996-1997, University Memphis, 1997-1999. Associate member Institute African Studies, University Ibadan, Nigeria, 1989-1992. Research scholar University Lagos, Nigeria, 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: (with J. Vansina) In Pursuit of History: Historical Fieldwork in Africa, 1996. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Association of University Professors, American History Association, African Studies Association.

Connections

Married David Olurotimi Adenaike, April 16, 1992. 1 child, Michael Jayeola.

father:
John Oliver

mother:
Leona Rose Keyes

spouse:
David Olurotimi Adenaike

child:
Michael Jayeola Adenaike