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Periodical articlede Graft Aikins, Ama and Apt, Nana Araba (2016)
Special section: aging in Ghana: addressing the multifaceted needs of older Ghanaians
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 19. p. 35-201.

Periodical articleDzokoto, Vivian and Asante, Rebecca and Aggrey, John K. (2016)
Money that isn't: a qualitative examination of the adoption of the 1 pesawa coin and biometric payment cards in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 19. p. 3-34.

Periodical articleAllman, Jean (2015)
Reflections in honour of Ivor Wilks
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 174-195.

Periodical articleMcCaskie, Tom (2015)
The enduring puzzle of patriliny in Asante history: a note and a document on 'ntoro'
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 162-173.

Periodical articleWatson, Marcus D. and Ambaba, Gilbert (2015)
Hidden violence of postcolonial Africa: a communicative ecology view of Ghana's Upper East Region
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 136-161.

Periodical articleAlhassan, Ishaq Akmey (2015)
Our resource, others' wealth: the origins of legalized discrimination against local goldsmiths in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 121-135.

Periodical articleBrivio, Alessandra (2015)
'Fetishism' in the Gold Coast: Wadé Harris and the anti-witchcraft movements
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 90-120.

Periodical articleDiedong, Africanus L. and Naaikuur, Lawrence (2015)
Who is the 'community' in community radio? A case study of 'Radio Progress' in the Upper West Region, Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 68-89.

Periodical articleOkyerefo, Michael Perry Kweku (2015)
'I am Austro-Ghanaian': citizenship and belonging of Ghanaians in Austria
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 48-67.

Periodical articleEghan, Akosua Dzifa (2015)
'I am a good mother': becoming an adolescent mother in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 23-47.

Periodical articleAfeadie, Philip Atsu (2015)
Fort Prindzenstein: a monument in the identity of Keta-Someawo
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 3-22.

Periodical articleValsecchi, Perluigi (2014)
Free people, slaves and pawns in the Western Gold Coast: the democracy of dependency in a mid-nineteenth-century British archival source
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 17. p. 223-246.

Periodical articleBrizuela-Garcia, Esperanza (2014)
Cosmopolitanism: why nineteenth century Gold Coast thinkers matter in the twenty-first century
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 17. p. 203-221.

Periodical articleCasentini, Giulia (2014)
Different ideas of borders and border construction in Northern Ghana: historical and anthropological perspectives
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 17. p. 177-202.

Periodical articleLongi, Felix Y.T. (2014)
The Kusasi-Mamprusi conflict in Bawku: a legacy of British colonial policy in Northern Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 17. p. 157-176.

Periodical articleArhin, Albert A. and Adam, Mohammed-Anwar Sadat (2014)
Protecting the environment for the present and future generations: REDD+ and the reversal of deforestation in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 17. p. 131-156.

Periodical articleCarl, Florian (2014)
The ritualization of the self in Ghanaian gospel music
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 17. p. 101-129.

Periodical articleEssien, Kwame (2014)
( In)visible diasporan returnee communities: silcences and the challenges in studying trans-atlantic history in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 17. p. 63-99.

Periodical articleAdjei, Prince Osei-Wusu and Kyei, Peter Ohene and Afriyie, Kwadwo (2014)
Global economoc crisis and socio-economic vulnerability: historical experience and lessons from the 'lost decade' for Africa in the 1980's
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 17. p. 39-61.

Periodical articleAmoako, Samuel (2014)
Black board struggles: teacher unionism under the 'democratic' Rawlings regime 1992-2000
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 17. p. 7-38.

Periodical articleFair, Jo Ellen (2012)
Discourses of love and newspapers advice columns in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 15-16. p. 413-465.

Periodical articleSchauert, Paul (2012)
Staging unity, performing subjectivities: Nkrumah, nation-building, and the Ghana Dance Ensemble
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 15-16. p. 373-412.

Periodical articleAhlman, Jeffrey S. (2012)
Managing the pan-African workplace: discipline, ideology, and the cultural politics of the Ghanaian Bureau of African Affairs
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 15-16. p. 337-371.

Periodical articleGeest, Sjaak van der and Krause, Kristine and Senah, Kodjo A. (eds.) (2012)
Health and health care
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 15-16. p. 1-335.

Periodical articleBanks, William (2011)
'This thing is sweet': 'ntetee' and the reconfiguration of sexual subjectivity in post-colonial Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 14. p. 265-290.

Periodical articleDankwa, Serena Owusua (2011)
'The one who first says I love you': same-sex love and female masculinity in postcolonial Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 14. p. 223-264.

Periodical articleBeoku-Betts, Josephine (2011)
Neo-liberal economic restructuring of public universities in Ghana: effects and challenges for academic women scientists
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 14. p. 191-221.

Periodical articleTetteh, Peace Mamle (2011)
Child domestic labor in Accra: opportunity and empowerment or perpetuation of gender inequality?
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 14. p. 163-189.

Periodical articleDankyi, Ernestina Korleki (2011)
Growing up in a transnational household: a study of children of international migrants in Accra, Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 14. p. 133-161.

Periodical articleAsante, Richard (2011)
Ethnicity, religion, and conflict in Ghana: the roots of Ga nativism
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 14. p. 81-131.

Periodical articleMacGaffey, Wyatt (2011)
Tamale: election 2008, violence, and 'unemployment'
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 14. p. 53-80.

Periodical articlePavanello, Mariano (2011)
Reconsidering Ivor Wilks's 'Big Bang' theory of Akan history
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 14. p. 11-52.

Periodical articleSutherland-Addy, Esi (2009)
The funeral as a site for choreographing modern identities in contemporary Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 12-13. p. 217-248.

Periodical articleDonkor, David Afriyie (2009)
'Gyamfi's Golden Soap': commodity marketing, reform legitimation, and the performance of cultural authenticity in Ghana's popular theatre
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 12-13. p. 189-216.

Periodical articleDumouchelle, Kevin D. (2009)
Traditions of modernity: currents in architectural expression in Kumasi
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 12-13. p. 155-188.

Periodical articleBloom, Peter J. and Skinner, Kate (2009)
Modernity and danger: 'The Boy Kumasenu' and the work of the Gold Coast Film Unit
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 12-13. p. 121-153.

Periodical articleClark, Gracia (2009)
Consulting elderly Kumasi market women about modernization
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 12-13. p. 97-119.

Periodical articleHugon, Anne (2009)
Maternity and modernity in the Gold Coast, 1920s-1950s
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 12-13. p. 77-95.

Periodical articleHanson, John H. (2009)
Modernity, religion and development in Ghana: the example of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 12-13. p. 55-75.

Periodical articleMiescher, Stephan F. and Tsikata, Dzodzi (2009)
Hydro-power and the promise of modernity and development in Ghana: comparing the Akosombo and Bui Dam projects
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 12-13. p. 15-53.

Periodical articleLabi, Kwame Amoah (2008)
The 'commercial' and 'museum' life of some Akan brass works
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 11. p. 175-216.

Periodical articleAnyidoho, Nana Akua and Asante, Kofi Takyi (2008)
Truly national? Social exclusion and the 'Ghana@50' celebrations
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 11. p. 139-173.

Periodical articleFrempong, Alexander K.D. (2008)
Reflections on by-elections in the Fourth Republic of Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 11. p. 105-137.

Periodical articleLentz, Carola (2008)
Hard work, determination, and luck: biographical narratives of a northern Ghanaian elite
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 11. p. 47-76.

Periodical articlePichillo, Giancarlo (2008)
The historical and political legacies of the transformations of the (Dutch) Sekondi socio-economic landscape during the early twentieth century
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 11. p. 7-45.

Periodical articleTsikata, Dzodzi (2007)
Women in Ghana at 50: still struggling to achieve full citizenship?
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 10. p. 163-206.

Periodical articleGyimah-Boadi, Emmanuel (2007)
Politics in Ghana since 1957: the quest for freedom, national unity, and prosperity
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 10. p. 107-143.

Periodical articleGadzekpo, Audrey (2007)
Fifty years of the media's struggle for democracy in Ghana: legacies and encumbrances
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 10. p. 89-106.

Periodical articleCollins, John (2007)
Popular performance and culture in Ghana: the past 50 years
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 10. p. 9-64.

Periodical articleSackey, Brigid M. (2007)
Charismatism, women, and testimonies: religion and popular culture in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 8. p. 169-195.

Periodical articleLaryea, Emmanuel and Kwansah-Aidoo, Kwamena (2007)
Going, going, gone!: implications of the repeal of criminal libel and sedition laws in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 8. p. 127-168.

Periodical articleGlotzer, Richard and Engberg, Lila (2007)
Teacher trainees in Ghana in the early 1960s: women and the teaching of home science
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 8. p. 103-126.

Periodical articleBarrington, Leo (2007)
Education, literacy, training, and propaganda in a Ghanaian border town
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 8. p. 3-38.

Periodical articleWeiss, Holger (2006)
The making of an African Bolshevik: Bankole Awoonor Renner in Moscow, 1925-1928
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 9. p. 177-220.

Periodical articleApusigah, Agnes Atia (2006)
Transcending gendered economics: grassroots women's agency in the informal sector of the Ghanaian economy
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 9. p. 151-176.

Periodical articleDarkwah, Akosua K. and Arthur, Alexina (2006)
(A)sexualizing Ghanaian youth? A case study of Virgin Clubs in Accra and Kumasi
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 9. p. 123-149.

Periodical articleLauterbach, Karen (2006)
See this documentWealth and Worth: Pastorship and Neo-Pentecostalism in Kumasi
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 9. p. 91-121.

Periodical articleLobnibe, Isidore (2006)
Legitimating a contested boundary: northern Ghanaian immigrants and the historicity of land conflict in Ahyiayem, Brong Ahafo
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 9. p. 61-90.

Periodical articleBerry, Sara (2006)
'Natives' and 'strangers' on the outskirts of Kumasi
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 9. p. 25-59.

Periodical articleYarak, Larry W. (2006)
The Dutch gold-mining effort in Ahanta, 1841-9
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 9. p. 5-23.

Periodical articlePrah, Mansah (2004)
'In Blessed Memory': (Re)Presentations of the Lives of the Departed in Ghanaian Funeral Programmes
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 7. p. 137-148.

Periodical articleAborampah, Osei-Mensah (2004)
Encyclopedia of the Dead: Transgenerational Memories and Cultural Transmission among the Akan of Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 7. p. 115-135.

Periodical articleBenson, Sue and McCaskie, T.C. (2004)
Asen Praso in History and Memory
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 7. p. 93-113.

Periodical articleKreamer, Christine M. (2004)
The Politics of Memory: Ghana's Cape Coast Castle Museum Exhibition 'Crossroads of People, Crossroads of Trade'
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 7. p. 79-91.

Periodical articleOsei-Tutu, Brempong (2004)
'Slave Castles' and the Transatlantic Slave Trade: Ghanaian and African American Perspectives
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 7. p. 59-78.

Periodical articleHugon, Anne (2004)
Korle Bu and the Midwives Hostel as a Site of Memory for Ghanaian Pupil Midwives, 1930s-1950s
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 7. p. 43-58.

Periodical articleAkyeampong, Emmanuel (2004)
Memories of Place and Belonging: Identity, Citizenship, and the Lebanese in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 7. p. 25-42.

Periodical articleMacGaffey, Wyatt (2004)
Earth Shrines and the Politics of Memory in Dagbon
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 7. p. 11-24.

Periodical articleGetz, Trevor (2003)
Re-Evaluating the 'Colonization' of Akyem Abuakwa: Amoako Atta, the Basel Mission, and the Gold Coast Courts, 1867-1887
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 6. p. 163-180.

Periodical articleHasty, Jennifer (2003)
'Forget the Past or Go Back to the Slave Trade': Trans-Africanism and Popular History in Postcolonial Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 6. p. 135-161.

Periodical articleBenson, Susan (2003)
Connecting with the Past, Building the Future: African Americans and Chieftaincy in Southern Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 6. p. 109-133.

Periodical articleManuh, Takyiwaa (2003)
Ghanaian Migrants in Toronto, Canada: Care of Kin and Gender Relations
Ghana Studies. Volume 6. p. 91-107.

Periodical articleAdomako Ampofo, Akosua (2003)
The Sex Trade, Globalization and Issues of Survival in Sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 6. p. 59-90.

Periodical articleWeiss, Holger (2003)
Crop Failures, Food Shortages and Colonial Famine Relief Policies in the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 6. p. 5-58.

Periodical articleWilks, Ivor (2002)
'Mallams Do Not Fight with the Heathen': A Note on Suwarian Attitudes to Jihad
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 5. p. 215-230.

Periodical articleDorward, David C. (2002)
'Nigger Drive Brothers': Australian Colonial Racism in the Early Gold Coast Mining Industry
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 5. p. 197-214.

Periodical articleChouin, Gerard (2002)
Sacred Groves as Historical and Archaeological Markers in Southern Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 5. p. 177-196.

Periodical articleBrempong, Arhin N. and Pavanello, Mariano (2002)
The Bureaucratization of Traditional Authority Under Colonial Rule: The Asante Stool Treasuries
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 5. p. 159-175.

Periodical articleAdomako Ampofo, Akosua (2002)
Does Women's Education Matter in Childbearing Decision Making? A Case Study from Urban Ghana
Ghana Studies. Volume 5. p. 123-157.

Periodical articlePrah, Mansah (2002)
Gender Issues in Ghanaian Tertiary Institutions: Women Academics and Administrators at Cape Coast University
Ghana Studies. Volume 5. p. 83-122.

Periodical articleOwusu-Ansah, David (2002)
History of Islamic Education in Ghana: An Overview
Ghana Studies. Volume 5. p. 61-81.

Periodical articleAnsu-Kyeremeh, Kwasi (2002)
Mass Education and Communication in Ghana: A Globalization Perspective
Ghana Studies. Volume 5. p. 43-59.

Periodical articleAgbodeka, Francis (2002)
Education in Ghana: Yesterday and Today
Ghana Studies. Volume 5. p. 21-42.

Periodical articleAdomako Ampofo, Akosua (2002)
Teaching and Learning in Ghana: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 5. p. 3-20.

Periodical articleKwansah-Aidoo, Kwamena (2001)
Interpersonal Networks and the Dissemination of the Mass Media's Environmental Agenda in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 4. p. 169-197.

Periodical articleBoni, Stefano (2001)
A Precolonial, Political History of the Sefwi Wiawso Oman
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 4. p. 139-168.

Periodical articleAdjaye, Joseph K. (2001)
The Performativity of Akan Libations: An Ethnopoetic Construction of Reality
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 4. p. 107-138.

Periodical articleNugent, Paul (2001)
The Things That Money Can Buy: Chieftaincy, the Media and the 1996 Elections in Hohoe-North Constituency
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 4. p. 85-106.

Periodical articleMeyer, Birgit (2001)
Money, Power and Morality: Popular Cinema in the Fourth Republic
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 4. p. 65-84.

Periodical articleVan Dijk, Rijk A. (2001)
Contesting Silence: The Ban on Drumming and the Musical Politics of Pentecostalism in Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 4. p. 31-64.

Periodical articleDarkwah, Akosua K. (2001)
Aid or Hindrance? Faith Gospel Theology and Ghana's Incorporation Into the Global Economy
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 4. p. 7-29.

Periodical articleMeyer, Birgit and Nugent, Paul (2001)
Moral Discourses and Public Spaces in the Fourth Republic
Ghana Studies. Volume 4. p. 3-5.

Periodical articleDay, Lynda (2000)
Long Live the Queen!: The Yaa Asantewaa Centenary and the Politics of History
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 3. p. 153-166.

Periodical articleObeng, Pashington (2000)
Yaa Asantewaa's War of Independence: Honoring and Ratifying an Historic Pledge
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 3. p. 137-152.

Periodical articleBoahen, A. Adu (2000)
Yaa Asantewaa in the Yaa Asantewaa War of 1900: Military Leader or Symbolic Head?
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 3. p. 111-135.

Periodical articleBrempong, Arhin N. (2000)
The Role of Nana Yaa Asantewaa in the 1900 Asante War of Resistance
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 3. p. 97-110.

Periodical articleMcCaskie, Thomas C. (2000)
The Golden Stool at the End of the Nineteenth Century: Setting the Record Straight
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 3. p. 61-96.

Periodical articleWilks, Ivor (2000)
Asante at the End of the Nineteenth Century: Setting the Record Straight
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 3. p. 13-59.

Periodical articleAkyeampong, Emmanuel (2000)
Asante at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
Ghana Studies. Volume 3. p. 3-12.

Periodical articleDay, Lynda R. (2000)
Long Live the Queen!: The Yaa Asantewaa Centenary and the Politics of History
Ghana Studies. Volume 3.

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