Instructor-Adjunct of African American Studies
Research and Teaching InterestsMaterial Culture, Memory, Atlantic Africa and the African Diaspora
||Anthropology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, 2009.
||Archaeology, University of Ghana, Legon, 1987.
||Archaeology and Geography, University of Ghana, Legon, 1981.
- With Alex B. Asiedu abd Kwame Amoah Labi. An Asantemen-World Bank Heritage Development Initiative in Promoting Partnership with Ghanaian Traditional Leaders. Africa Today 55, 4: 3-26. 2009
- Transformations and Disjunctures in the homeland: African American Experiences in Ghana. In the Transatlantic Slave Trade: Landmarks, Legacies, Expectations, Edited by james K. Anquandah, pages 326-342. Sub-Saharan Publishers, Accra 2007
- Ghana's "Slave Castles," Tourism, and the Social Memory of the Atlantic Slave Trade. In Archaeology of Atlantic Africa and the African Diaspora, edited by Toyin Falola and Akin Ogundiran, pages 185-195. Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis. 2007
- Contested Monuments: African Americans and the Commoditisation of Ghana's "Slave Castles." In African Re-genesis: Confronting Social Issues in the African Diaspora, edited by Jay Haviser and Kevin MacDonald, Pages 9-19. Unversity College Press, London 2006
- Frontier Archaeology of the Akuapem Ridge and the Eastern Accra Plains. In Accra Before Colonial Times: Proceedings ofa Colloquium on Early Accra. Institute of African Studies Research Review Supplement 17: 91-106. 2006
- Mound Makers and Brass Casters from the Akuapem Ridge, Eastern Ghana: Question of Identity in the Archaeological Record. Journal des Africanistes, 75-2: 54-63 2005
- African American Reactions to the Restoration of Ghana's "Slave Castles." Public Archaeology 3: 195-204. 2004
- "Slave Castles" and the Transatlantic Slave Trade: Ghanaian And African American Perspectives." Ghana Studies 2004, 7 59-78.Contested Monuments: Research in Ghana. West African Research Association Newsletter, Fall 2003: 16-17