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- Ghana Studies
- University of Wisconsin Press
- Volume 14, 2011
- Notes on Contributors
- “This Thing is Sweet”: Nteteε and the Reconfiguration of Sexual Subjectivity in Post-Colonial Ghana
- “The One Who First Says I Love You”: Same-Sex Love and Female Masculinity in Postcolonial Ghana
- Neo-Liberal Economic Restructuring of Public Universities in Ghana: Effects and Challenges for Academic Women Scientists
- Child Domestic Labor in Accra: Opportunity and Empowerment or Perpetuation of Gender Inequality?
- Growing Up in a Transnational Household: A Study of Children of International Migrants in Accra, Ghana
- Ethnicity, Religion, and Conflict in Ghana: The Roots of GA Nativism
- Tamale: Election 2008, Violence, and “Unemployment”
- Reconsidering Ivor Wilks’s “Big Bang” Theory of Akan History
- Editors’ Note
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