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Folaranmi, S.  2009.  {Unity {&} Identity in Diversity}. , Vechta: University of Vechta, Germany Abstract
Folaranmi, SA, Oyeniyi EO.  2021.  {Reinventing Oral Tradition through Arts and Technology}. The Palgrave Handbook of African Oral Traditions and Folklore. (Akinyemi, Akintunde, Falola, Toyin, Eds.).:865–887., Switzerland AG: Palgrave Macmillan Abstract
Folaranmi, S, Ajiboye O.  2012.  {Man with Nature III}. 3, Ile-Ife: Department of Fine and Applied Arts, OAU Ife Abstract
Folárànmí, S, Oyèníyì Oyèwolé.  2015.  {Changing the face of the built environment through murals: The Ile-Ife example}. Responsive Built Environment, Issues, Strategies and Policies in the Developing World.. (Odeyinka, Henry, Aluko, Bioye, Amole, Oludolapo, Ademuleya, Babasehinde, {Daramola, Oluwole (Ọbáfémi Awólọ́wọ̀ University, Ile-Ife}, Nigeria.), Eds.).:47–56., Ile-Ife: Faculty of Environmental Designs and management Obafemi Awolowo University, Abstract

Art is known to be an agent of value and aesthetic in the built environment wherever such forms of art are employed, especially in societies where they are appreciated and enjoyed. Murals as a form of public art particularly have taken up a form by creating a symbiotic relationship with the spaces and walls within cities, towns and private homes. The lack of appreciation of this art form in the Nigerian environment and its non-inclusiveness in the past has devoid this art of its value. The paper discusses the recent murals in Ile-Ife especially on the walls of Obáfémi Awólówò University campus with a view to determining their social and environmental relevance in the built up spaces. It adopts structured interview to collect data from users of public spaces. The study population comprised of students, staff and other public space users in the study area. A descriptive approach was used in analyzing the murals based on form and subject matter as it relates to the public space. Findings revealed that public space users are receptive to the new murals and view them as a positive development. Results also showed that more spaces should be made available for use of posters as well as for art. The study concluded that the recent murals have added more value and aesthetic appeal to the spaces in which they are painted, thereby receiving positive responses from users of public spaces. It suggested that a policy should be enacted to incorporate creation of art as part of the budget in the design and construction of public spaces.

Fọlárànmí, S.  2018.  {This Is Our Story: Iconography of Carved Doors and Panels in Òyó Palace}, may. African Arts. 51:44–57., Number 02: MIT Press AbstractWebsite
Folarin, GO.  2010.  “Lk. 12: 13-21 in the Context of Human Corruption”. Asia Journal of Theology. 24(2):312-324.
Folarin, GO.  2004.  “A Re-Reading of the Parable of the Talents in African Context”. African Journal of Biblical Studies (AJBS). 20(1):61-76.
Folarin, GO.  2000.  “The Bases and Nature of Christian Ethics in Ephesians; Implications for Christian Education in Nigeria”. ournal of Christian Religion and Education (JOCRED), A.B.U.. 4(1):93-99.
Folarin, GO.  2004.  Studies in Old Testament Prophecy. , Bukuru: ACTS
Folarin, GO.  2011.  “A Critique of Responses of Selected Pentecostal Churches to the Problem of Poverty in Nigeria”. Orita, Journal of Religious Studies, University of Ibadan. 43(1):55-76.
Folarin, GO.  2007.  “Contemporary State of Prosperity Gospel in Nigeria”. Asia Journal of Theology. 21(1):69-95.
Folarin, GO.  2002.  “Holy Spirit in Biblical Interpretation: Problems, Challenges, and Role”. Ado Journal of Religions. 1(1):17-28.
Folarin, GO.  1995.  “Influence of Culture on Christ Apostolic Church: A Case Study of Midwifery in Agbokojo, Ibadan.”. .Religious Education Journal (REJ), A.B.U., Zaria. 1(2):1-15.
Folarin, GO.  2008.  “The Parable of the Talents in the African Context: An Inculturation Hermeneutics Approach”. Asia Journal of Theology. 22(1):94-106.
Folarin, GO.  2002.  “Functional Christology in the Fourth Gospel: Implications for African Christology”. African Journal of Biblical Studies (AJBS). 18(2):22-38.
Folarin, GO.  2000.  “Salvation: A Comparative Study of the Fourth Gospel and the Hermetic Writings”. African Journal of Biblical Studies (AJBS). 15(2):97-107.
Folarin, GO.  2001.  The Gospel of John in African Perspective. , Ilorin, Kwara State: His Love
Folayan, M, Alimi P, Alade M, El Tantawi M, Adeniyi A, Finlayson T.  2020.  Validation of maternal report of early childhood caries status in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 2020/11/25. 20:336. Abstract
Folayan, MO, Falobi O, Faleyimu B, Ogunlayi M.  2011.  Standard of care for HIV prevention technology research: a consensus document from Nigeria. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences . 40(3):265-271.
Folayan, M, El Tantawi M, Schroth R, Kemoli A, Gaffar B, Amalia R, Feldens C.  2020.  Association Between Environmental Health, Ecosystem Vitality, and Early Childhood Caries, 2020/05/16. 8:196. Abstract
Folayan, MO.  2003.  Dental anxiety in Nigerian children: defining issues for further research. Benin Postgraduate Medical Journal . 7(1):17-24.
Folayan, MO, Chukwumah NM, Popoola BO, Onyejaka NK, Oyedele TO, Temilola DO.  2018.  Developmental enamel defects and its impact on the oral health quality of life of children resident in Southwest Nigeria. BMC Oral Health. 18(1):160.
Folayan, MO, Haire BG, Adeniyi AA, Adeyemo WL.  2018.  Screening children for caries: an ethical dilemma in Nigeria. New Bioethics . 1-15:doi:10.1080/20502877.2018.1448251.