Senior Lector, Yoruba
Oluseye holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Rutgers University. In addition to teaching Yoruba courses from beginning through advanced level at Yale, he is also the Associate Director of the African Anaphora project at Rutgers University. He has published several articles on Yoruba studies and Linguistics. His current research interests include Comparative Syntax, African Linguistics, Stylistics, African History, Yoruba Culture and Literature, Second Language Acquisition, Africa and its Diaspora, Syntactic Theory, Anaphora, Wh-movement and Focus Constructions.