Index by author


A

  1. Afeadie, Philip Atsu

    1. Fort PrindzensteinA Monument in the Identity of Keta-Someawo
      Philip Atsu Afeadie
  2. Agyeman-Duah, Ivor

    1. Ivor Wilks: The British Africanist
      Ivor Agyeman-Duah
  3. Alhassan, Ishaq Akmey

    1. Our Resource, Others’ WealthThe Origins of Legalized Discrimination against Local Goldsmiths in Ghana
      Ishaq Akmey Alhassan
  4. Allman, Jean

    1. The Historic Legacy of Ivor Wilks
      Jean Allman
  5. Ambaba, Gilbert

    1. Hidden Violence of Postcolonial AfricaA Communicative Ecology View of Ghana’s Upper East Region
      Marcus D. Watson and Gilbert Ambaba
  6. Ampofo, Akosua Adomako

    1. In Memory of Professor Ivor Wilks
      Akosua Adomako Ampofo

B

  1. Brivio, Alessandra

    1. “Fetishism” in the Gold CoastWadé Harris and the Anti-Witchcraft Movements
      Alessandra Brivio

D

  1. Darkwah, Akosua

    1. Note from the Editors
      Akosua Darkwah and Sean Hanretta
  2. Diedong, Africanus L.

    1. Who Is the “Community” in Community Radio?A Case Study of Radio Progress in the Upper West Region, Ghana
      Africanus L. Diedong and Lawrence Naaikuur

E

  1. Eghan, Akosua Dzifa

    1. “I Am a Good Mother”Becoming an Adolescent Mother in Ghana
      Akosua Dzifa Eghan

H

  1. Hanretta, Sean

    1. Note from the Editors
      Akosua Darkwah and Sean Hanretta

M

  1. Mccaskie, Tom

    1. The Enduring Puzzle of Patriliny in Asante HistoryA Note and a Document on Ntɔrɔ
      Tom Mccaskie
    2. Ivor Wilks (1928–2014)
      Tom Mccaskie

N

  1. Naaikuur, Lawrence

    1. Who Is the “Community” in Community Radio?A Case Study of Radio Progress in the Upper West Region, Ghana
      Africanus L. Diedong and Lawrence Naaikuur

O

  1. Okyerefo, Michael Perry Kweku

    1. “I Am Austro-Ghanaian”Citizenship and Belonging of Ghanaians in Austria
      Michael Perry Kweku Okyerefo
  2. Osei-Tutu, John Kwadwo

    1. The Politics of Chieftaincy Authority and Property in Colonial Ghana, 1920–1950
      John Kwadwo Osei-Tutu
  3. Owusu-Ansah, David

    1. “Off to Northern Ghana in the Morning”Ramifications of a Trip
      David Owusu-Ansah

T

  1. Talton, Benjamin

    1. The Northern Factor in Ghana History
      Benjamin Talton

W

  1. Watson, Marcus D.

    1. Hidden Violence of Postcolonial AfricaA Communicative Ecology View of Ghana’s Upper East Region
      Marcus D. Watson and Gilbert Ambaba