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Ghana Studies

Vol. 17 (2014) through current issue

Ghana Studies is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal of scholarly work on Ghana that appears annually. Past issues have included contributions from disciplines including African Studies, Anthropology, Art History, Communication, English, Film and Media Studies, Gender and Sexualities Studies, History, Legal Studies, Performance Studies, Political Science, and Sociology.

Published by: University of Wisconsin Press

Current Issue: Volume 18, 2015

Volume 18, 2015

Volume 17, 2014


E-ISSN: 2333-7168
Print ISSN: 1536-5514

Ghana Studies


Editorial Boards

Volume 18, 2015

Editors

Akosua Darkwah

Sean Hanretta,

Editorial Board

Emmanuel Akyeampong, Harvard University

Jean Allman, Washington University

Gareth Austin, Graduate Institute, Geneva

Lynne Brydon, University of Birmingham

Francis Dodoo, University of Ghana and Penn State University

Takyiwaa Manuh, University of Ghana

T. C. McCaskie, University of Birmingham

Birgit Meyer, Utrecht University

David Owusu-Ansah, James Madison University

Mansah Prah, University of Cape Coast

Richard Rathbone, SOAS, University of London

Ray Silverman, University of Michigan

Dzodzi Tsikata, University of Ghana

Larry Yarak, Texas A&M University

Volume 17, 2014



Editors

Akosua Darkwah, University of Ghana, keseboa@ug.edu.gh

Sean Hanretta, Stanford University, hanretta@stanford.edu

Editorial Board

Emmanuel Akyeampong, Harvard University

Jean Allman, Washington University

Gareth Austin, London School of Economics

Lynne Brydon, University of Birmingham

Francis Dodoo, University of Ghana and Penn State University

Takyiwaa Manuh, University of Ghana

T. C. McCaskie, SOAS, University of London

Birgit Meyer, Free University, Amsterdam

David Owusu-Ansah, James Madison University

Mansah Prah, University of Cape Coast

Richard Rathbone, Emeritus, SOAS, University of London

Ray Silverman, University of Michigan

Dzodzi Tsikata, University of Ghana

Ivor Wilks, Emeritus, Northwestern University

Larry Yarak, Texas A&M University

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