Layiwola, Peju (2013). “Dele Jegede and His Enduring Legacy at the University of Lagos” In Parodies of a Nation: Nigeria and the Art of Dele Jegede, Eds. Aderonke Adesola Adesanya and Toyin Falola, New Jersey: Africa World Press
Layiwola Peju (2010). “Lace Culture and the Art of Dressing Well in Nigeria”, In African Lace: A History of Trade, Creativity and Fashion in Nigeria, Eds. Barbara Plankensteiner and Mayo Adediran, Museum of Ethnology, Vienna (Museum fur Volkerkunde,), National Commission for Museums and Monuments, Nigeria, Snoeck Publishers, Rudy Vecruysse, Ghent,. 167-180.
Layiwola, Adepeju (2007). “Benin Massacre: Memories and Experiences”, Benin Kings and Rituals, Court Arts from Nigeria, Museum of Ethnology, Vienna (Museum fur Volkerkunde Wien), Museum Qua Branly (Paris), Ethnologishes Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and the Art Institute Chicago, Ed. Barbara Plankensteiner, Snoeck Publishers, Ghent: Rudy Vecruysse..
Layiwola Peju (2006). “Tangible Heritage in Nigeria”. In ‘Nigeria: Cultural and Natural Heritage, A Unesco World Heritage publication, Ed. Rafael Valencia, Librose, Copernic, Viking, Barcelona, Spain.
Layiwola, Peju (1997). “Gender Tempered Through Metal: Women in Bronze Casting in Benin, Nigeria”. In Writing African Women: Gender, Popular Culture and Literature in West Africa, Ed. Stephanie Newell,
Layiwola, Peju (2010). “The Visual Arts of Nigeria and the Global Encounter”., In International Art Expo, Abuja: National Gallery of Arts.
Layiwola, Peju (2009). “Calabashes as Receptacles of Traditional Medicine and Repositories of Culture Amongst the Yoruba People Of Southwestern Nigeria”. in A Textbook of Medicinal Plants In Nigeria, Ed. Tolu Odugbemi, Lagos: University of Lagos Press.
Layiwola, Peju and Biayere, Kunle (2007). “The Politics of Memory in the Dramatic Space: Two Distant Views of Ovonramwen N’ogbaisi”. in Revisiting History Through the Arts, Ed. Peju Layiwola, Abuja: National Gallery of Arts.
Layiwola, Peju (2002). “Metal Casting as a Sculpture Tradition in Contemporary Nigeria: An Overview” In Agbarha-Otor 2002: Rhythms of the Forge, Lagos: Ovuomaroro Gallery
,Layiwola, Peju (2007). “An Art School of First Choice has emerged” In The Book of Evolution; An Exhibition Brochure of the Graduating Class of 2007. Lagos: Visual Arts, Department of Creative Arts, University of Lagos.
Layiwola, Peju (2007). “From the Sixth to the Seventh, Still Forging on” In Articulation: An Exhibition Brochure of the graduating class of 2007/2008, Lagos: Visual Arts, Department of Creative Arts, University of Lagos. The exhibition held on Monday 17th October to Friday, 5th November 2008, at Main Auditorium Foyer, University of Lagos.
as well as the trajectory of my art scholarship over time.
A few of these are listed below
High, Frieda (2010) “Benin1897.com: Peju Layiwola’s Metamonument”. In Benin 1897.com: Art and the Restitution Question, Eds. Peju Layiwola and Sola Olorunyomi, Ibadan: WyArt Editions
Tobenna Okwuosa (2017) “Peju Layiwola’s Art: An Engagement with Benin History and the 1897 Tragedy”. In The Art of Nigerian Women, USA: Ben Bosah Books