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  1. [2020] Suna Linzami: Hausa Names as Ethnographic Markers. Algaita, 3(1), 1-15 (Bayero University, Kano)
  2. [2019] The Political Economy of the Hausa Popular Cultural Industries. Politique africainen°153, p. 59-84. 
  3. [2019] Blending Community Science in the Class Room – Hausa Proverbs and Efficacy of Ethnoscientific Methodology, NOUN Journal of Physical and Life Sciences(NJPLS) Vol.2 June 2018 pp. 1-24.
  4. [2017] Transcultural Connections - Hindi Films, Transborder Fandom and Muslim Hausa Audiences in Northern Nigeria, African and Asian Studies16 (2017):103-127.
  5. [2017] Invisible Visibilities: Gender, the Islamicate Public Sphere and Creative Media Cultures.Journal of Social Sciences, 1(1): 33-55. (National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Jabi, Abuja,
  6. [2017] Controversies and Restrictions of Visual Representation of Prophets in Northern Nigerian Popular Culture. Journal of African Media Studies, 9 (1): 17-31.
  7. [2016] Tribute to Hajiya Sa’adatu Ahmad Barmani Choge, Griotte, northern Nigeria, 1948-2013. The Annual Review of Islam in Africa, Issue No. 12/13, pp. 166-172. (University of Cape Town, South Africa). 
  8. [2016] Environmental ethics and future oriented transformation to sustainability in Sub-Saharan Africa. (With Aliyu Salisu Barau and Lindsey C. Stringer). Journal of Cleaner Production, 135(1):1539–1547. 
  9. [2015] PDP reloaded: Political mobilization through urban musics in Kano. Bayero Journal of Political Science (Maiden Edition), June 2014, pp. 65-89.
  10. [2013] Private Sphere, Public Furor: Gender and Delineation of Intimisphäre in Muslim Hausa Video Films, Harsunan Najeriya Special Edition, XXIII: 334-357. Center for the Study of Nigerian Languages, Bayero University, Kano.
  11. [2012] Transnational Media Flows and Contra-Flows: Shifting Paradigms in South-South Entertainment Flows. Hemispheres– Studies of Cultures and Societies, 27:5-32.  Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland.
  12. [2012] Qualitative Research in the Humanities, in FAIS Journal of Humanities, Special Edition, 2012, pp. 13-54. 
  13. [2012] Al-Hausawi, Al-Hindawi: Media Contraflow, Urban Communication and Translinguistic Onomatopoeia Among Hausa of Northern Nigeria. Studies of the Department of African Languages and Cultures (ALC),46: 23-57. Department of African Languages and Culture, University of Warsaw, Poland.
  14. [2012] “Go by appearances at your peril”: The Raina Kama writers’ association in Kano, Nigeria, carving out a place for the “popular” in the Hausa literary landscape. [with Graham Furniss], Research in African Literatures, 43(4): 88-121.
  15. [2011] Hausa and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). In  D. Yalwa, A. Y. Bichi & S. Sani (Eds.). Studies in Hausa Language, Literature and Culture (pp.1-30.Zaria: Ahmadu Bello University Press.  
  16. [2011] Developing Institutional Co-operation Strategies: The Rhetoric and Reality of Academic Linkages with Nigerian Higher Education. Avrasya Etudleri(Eurasian Studies, Turkey), 40/2011-12, pp. 238-258.
  17. [2010] The Muse’s Journey: Transcultural Translators and Domestication of Transnational Music in Hausa Popular Culture.Journal of African Cultural Studies, 22(1): 41–56.
  18. [2010] Education for Sustainable Development – Theoretical Perspectives. Journal of Quality Education, Vol 1 No 1, May 2010, pp. 9-20 [School of Education, Isa Kaita College of Education, Dutsin-Ma, Katsina State, Nigeria]. 
  19. [2007] The 21st Century Teacher and the Challenges of the Teaching Profession. The Kumbotso Teacher Educator, Vol 1 No 1, June 2007, pp. 10-19. [Journal of Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education, Kano, Nigeria]. 
  20. [2007] Fulɓe Culture and the Internet: A Survey. Journal of Nomadic Studies, 5: 13-20. Kaduna: Nomadic Education Commission.
  21. [2007] Currying favour: Eastern media influences and the Hausa video Film. Filmint. 28(4): 77-91.
  22. [2006] Loud bubbles from a silent brook: Trends and tendencies in contemporary Hausa prose writing.Research in African Literatures, 37(3): 133-153.
  23. [2003] Teacher Education in the new Millennium. Kano Journal of Educational Studies (KAJEST), Vol 2 No 1, August 2003, pp. 86-97. [Department of Education, Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria].
  24. [2003] Parallel Worlds: Reflective Womanism in Balaraba Ramat Yakubu’s Ina Son Sa HakaJenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies:1 (2003).
  25. [2003] Community Participation in Education. UBE Forum, Vol 3 No 3, 2003, pp. 20-32.[Universal Basic Education Commission, Abuja, Nigeria].
  26. [2002] From Mindmeld to Mindset: Negotiating the Information Minefield in Developing Countries. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 28(6): 25–29.
  27. [2001] Hausa prose fiction: Towards an analytical framework. FAIS Journal of Humanities, 1 (4): 86-95. Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria. 
  28. [2000] Ajamization of Knowledge: Challenges and Prospects of an Educational Strategy. Al-Ijtihad: The Journal of Islamization of Knowledge and Contemporary Issues. Vol 1, No 3, July 2000. pp 1-24. [The International Institute of Islamic Thought, Nigeria Office, Bayero University, Kano].
  29. [2000] Ajamization of Knowledge as a Universal Basic Education Process for Makarantar Allo Pupilsin Northern Nigeria. Tambari: Kano Journal of Education, Vol 6, No 1, 2000, pp. 318-330. [Federal College of Education, Kano]. 
  30. [1991] Curricular Rhetoric, Class Teaching and Examinations: A Study of the New Nigerian Science Curriculum, Science Education International, Volume 2, No 1, March 1991, pp. 6-10. [The Journal of International Council of Associations for ScienceEducation, Australia].
  31. [1990] Balancing the equation: Girls, tradition and science education in Northern Nigeria, The Ahfad Journal: Women and Change, Volume 7 No 1 June 1990, pp. 14-31. [Ahfad University for Women, Omdurman, Sudan].
  32. [1990] An intrinsic Analysis of the Nigerian Senior Secondary School Physics Curriculum, Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Nigeria, Volume 27 No 1, April 1990, pp. 9-18. [Science Teachers’ Association of Nigeria].
  33. [1990] An intrinsic analysis of the new Nigerian Science Secondary School Chemistry curriculum, Journal of Science and Mathematics Education in Southeast AsiaVolume 21 No 1 June 1990, pp. 27-36. [Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia].
  34. [1989] Rhetoric and Reality in Nigerian Science Education: Observations of Science Teaching in Kano State Science Schools, International Journal of Educational Development, Volume 9 No 4 1989, pp. 251-262. [London, McMillan].
  35. [1989] Appliance of Science: Technological Education in Kano State of Nigeria, West Africa11-17th September 1989, pp. 1523-1524. [London].
  36. [1988] An intrinsic analysis of the new Nigerian Science Curriculum, Journal of Curriculum StudiesVolume 20 No 1, 1988, pp 37-57. [London, Taylor and Francis].
  37. [1986] Integrated Science Education in Kano State, Nigeria: The myths and fallacies, Kano Catalyst – Journal of the Kano State Branch of Science Teachers’ Association of Nigerian, Volume 6 No 1 Jan 1986, pp 1-18. [Kano Educational Resource Department].
  38. [1985] Islam and Science in Northern Nigeria: The Case of Dogmatism or a New Age Synthesis? Kano Studies(NS) Volume 2 No 2 1982/85, pp. 83-92. [Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria]. 
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