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Jean Marie Allman. The Quills of the Porcupine: Asante Nationalism in an Emergent Ghana. University of Wisconsin Press. 1993. 263pp.

Olajide Aluko. Ghana and Nigeria, 1957-70: A Study in Inter-African Discord. Barnes & Noble. 1976. 275pp.

Li Anshan. British Rule and Rural Protest in Southern Ghana. Peter Lang. 2002. 208pp.

Clement E. Asante. The Press in Ghana: Problems and Prospects. University Press of America. 1996. 196pp.

Gareth Austin. Labour, Land and Capital in Ghana: From Slavery to Free Labour in Asante, 1807-1956. University of Rochester Press. 2005. 589pp.

Kwabena N. Bame. Come to Laugh: African Traditional Theatre in Ghana. New York: Lilian Barber Press. 1985. 190pp.

Kwame Boafo-Arthur (editor). Ghana: One Decade of the Liberal State. Zed Books. 2007. 303pp.

Hans Werner Debrunner. Witchcraft in Ghana: A Study on the Belief in Destructive Witches and Its Effect on the Akan Tribes. Presbyterian Book Depot. 1961. 213pp.

Hans Werner Debrunner. A History of Christianity in Ghana. Waterville Publishing House. 1967. 375pp.

Taslim Olawale Elias. Ghana and Sierra Leone: The Development of Their Laws and Constitutions. London: Stevens & Sons. 1962. 334pp.

J. D. Fage. Ghana: A Historical Interpretation. University of Wisconsin Press. 1966. 122pp.

Bob Fitch; Mary Oppenheimer. Ghana: End of an Illusion. Monthly Review Press. 1966. 130pp.

J. H. Frimpong-Ansah. Vampire State in Africa: Political Economy of Decline in Ghana. James Currey. 1991. 204pp.

Kevin K. Gaines. American Africans in Ghana: Black Expatriates and the Civil Rights Era. UNC Press. 2006. 342pp.

Paul Gifford. Ghana's New Christianity: Pentecostalism in a Globalizing African Economy. Indiana University Press. 2004. 216pp.

Roger Gocking. The History of Ghana. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2005. 331pp.

C. K. Graham. The History of Education in Ghana: From the Earliest Times to the Declaration of Independence. Routledge. 1971. 218pp.

Sandra E. Greene. Sacred Sites and the Colonial Encounter: A History of Meaning and Memory in Ghana. Indiana University Press. 2002. 200pp.

David Guyer. Ghana and the Ivory Coast: The Impact of Colonialism in an African Setting. Exposition Press. 1970. 111pp.

Sten Hagberg; Alexis B. Tengan (editors). Bonds and Boundaries in Northern Ghana and Southern Burkina Faso. Cultural Anthropol. 2000. 197pp.

Jennifer Hasty. The Press and Political Culture in Ghana. Indiana University Press. 2005. 189pp.

Sean Hawkins. Writing and Colonialism in Northern Ghana: The Encounter Between the LoDagaa and "the World on Paper". University of Toronto Press. 2001. 468pp.

Albert Frederick Johnson. A Bibliography of Ghana, 1930-1961. Northwestern University Press. 1964. 210pp. For the Ghana Library Board.

Thom Kerstiens. The New Elite in Asia and Africa: A Comparative Study of Indonesia and Ghana. Praeger. 1966. 282pp.

Piet Konings. The State and Rural Class Formation in Ghana: A Comparative Analysis. Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1986. 391pp.

Youry Lambert. Ghana: In Search of Stability, 1957-1992. Praeger. 1993. 242pp.

Carola Lentz; Paul Nugent (editors). Ethnicity in Ghana: The Limits of Invention. Macmillan. 2000. 236pp.

Nehemia Levtzion. Ancient Ghana and Mali. Methuen. 1973. 283pp.

Patricia McKissack; Frederick McKissack. The Royal Kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhay: Life in Medieval Africa. Macmillan. 1995. 128pp.

Stephan Miescher. Making Men in Ghana. Indiana University Press. 2005. 323pp.

Stephanie Newell. Literary Culture in Colonial Ghana: How to Play the Game of Life. Indiana University Press. 2002. 242pp.

G. K. Nukunya. Tradition and Change in Ghana: An Introduction to Sociology. Ghana Universities Press. 2003. 281pp. Revised edition.

Irene K. Odotei; Albert K. Awedoba (editors). Chieftaincy in Ghana: Culture, Governance and Development. Sub-Saharan Publishers. 2006. 700pp.

Akosua Adoma Perbi. A History of Indigenous Slavery in Ghana: From the 15th to the 19th Century. Sub-Saharan Publishers. 2004. 231pp.

Lila Perl. Ghana and Ivory Coast: Spotlight on West Africa. William Morrow. 1975. 160pp.

Richard Rathbone. Nkrumah & the Chiefs: The Politics of Chieftaincy in Ghana, 1951-60. Ohio State University Press. 2000. 176pp.

Nathan Samwini. The Muslim Resurgence in Ghana Since 1950: Its Effects Upon Muslims and Muslim-Christian Relations. LIT Verlag Berlin-Hamburg-Münster. 2006. 342pp.

David Scott. Epidemic Disease in Ghana, 1901-1960. Oxford University Press. 1965. 208pp.

Martin Staniland. The Lions of Dagbon: Political Change in Northern Ghana. Cambridge University Press. 1975. 241pp.

I. Wallerstein. The Road to Independence: Ghana and the Ivory Coast. Mouton. 1964. 200pp.

Ivor Wilks. Wa and the Wala: Islam and Polity in Northwestern Ghana. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 272pp.




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