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Edited Book or Journal Volume

Dovey, Lindiwe, Agina, Anulika and Thomas, Mike, eds. (2023) Contemporary African Screen Worlds. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. (Forthcoming)

Book Chapters

Agina, Anulika (2022) 'Nigerian Film Audiences on the Internet: Influences, Preferences and Contentions.' In: Musila, Grace, (ed.), Routledge Handbook of African Popular Culture. London: Routledge, pp. 237-259.

Agina, Anulika (2017) 'NFVCB's Ban of Fuelling Poverty (2012): Political Move or National Security?' In: Agina, Anulika, Knorpp, Barbara and Mano, Winston, (eds.), African Film Cultures: Contexts of Creation and Circulation. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 223-240.

Agina, Anulika (2016) 'Questioning Methods of Nollywood Studies.' In: Okome, Onookome and Okhakhu, Marcel, (eds.), Media Studies in Nigeria: Genesis and Detours. Nigeria: Stirling-Horden Publishers, pp. 295-310.

Journal Article

Agina, Anulika (2021) 'Netflix and the transnationalization of Nollywood.' Post45: Contemporaries.

Agina, Anulika (2020) 'Cinema-going in Lagos: three locations, one film, one weekend.' Journal of African Cultural Studies, 32 (2). pp. 131-145.

Agina, Anulika (2018) 'Black November (2012) and its social-change potential: reactions from the audience.' Critical African Studies, 10 (2). pp. 212-225.

Agina, Anulika and Ekwevugbe, Akpevwe (2017) 'Celebrity Endorsement of Political Aspirants and its Effects on College Students in Lagos.' Journal of African Media Studies, 9 (3). pp. 487-505.

Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs

Agina, Anulika and Hediger, Vinzenz (2020) Nollywood and Netflix’s burgeoning relationship. The Nation [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]


Agina, Anulika (2020) 'Toolkit: Southern Nigerian Cinema.' Screen Worlds.

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