The Influence of James Anquandah on the Development and Practice of Eclectic Archaeology in Ghana

Mohammed Mustapha and Wazi Apoh

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  • Published online January 1, 2019.

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  1. Mohammed Mustapha and
  2. Wazi Apoh
  1. Mohammed Mustapha (mmustapha{at} is a doctoral candidate in anthropology at the University of Florida. His research is examining the relationship between ironworking and social complexities in northern Ghana. He is currently conducting fieldwork for his PhD dissertation at the Nasia archaeological smelting sites.
  2. Wazi Apoh (wapoh{at} is a senior lecturer and Frederick Douglass Teaching Scholar at the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, University of Ghana. His previous Volkswagen Foundation–funded project focused on the archaeology of German missionization and colonization of Togoland. He is currently involved with the Coastal Volta Slave Route Archaeology Project in Ghana.
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