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- Ghana Studies
- University of Wisconsin Press
- The Ivorian Origins of the Ghana Studies Association Volume 21, 2018, pp. 121-129
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This issue contains 18 articles in total
- Brazilian-African Diaspora in Ghana: The Tabom, Slavery, Dissonance of Memory, Identity, and Locating Home by Kwame Essien (review)
- Christianity, Wealth, and Spiritual Power in Ghana by Karen Lauterbach (review)
- Comment On "Eating Kola": The Global Circulation of Plants from Ghana
- Comment On "Eating Kola": The Revolution to Come? or The Revolution That Never Was?
- "Eating Kola": The Pharmacological and Therapeutic Significance of Kola Nuts
- The Ghana Studies Association: Looking Ahead
- Reflections on The GSA @30
- Ghana Studies: Reflections on the Association
- The Ivorian Origins of the Ghana Studies Association
- Women, Gender, and "Specifically Historical" Research on Ghana: A Retrospective
- Editing Ghana Studies: A Conversation with Akosua Adomako Ampofo and Stephan F. Miescher
- Ghana Studies Since the 1960s
- A Shared Legacy: Atlantic Dimensions of Gold Coast (Ghana) History in the Nineteenth Century
- Mapping the Web of Relations: Understanding Mobile Phone Appropriation among Produce Traders in Ghana
- Jack Goody: Early Fieldwork and the Passing of an Era of Cambridge Anthropology in Northern Ghana
- A Note from the Editors: Ghana Studies @20
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