- Music and emotions
- Music performance and social behaviour
- Aesthetic experience in sub-Saharan African music cultures
- Cultural psychology
- Music education
|2015 - 2019|
Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Cape Town, South Africa with a thesis on emotional responses in the performance practices of dundun music of Nigeria.
|2009-2010||MA in Music Education (with Distinction), University of Lagos, Nigeria.|
|Since 7/2019||Postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Music Department|
|2012-2014||Part-time lecturer, Ekiti State University|
High school music instructor and choir director
Durojaye, C. (2019). Born a musician: the making of a dundun drummer among the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Journal of Arts and Humanities, 8 (1), 43–55.
Durojaye, C. (2017). The history and continuity of African drumming traditions: commentary on Amegago. African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music, 10(3),170–173.
- National Research Foundation (NRF) South Africa
- Jules Kramer Music and Fine Arts Scholarship
- Myra Chapman Graduate Scholarship
- EE Coutts Memorial Scholarship