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A. Adu Boahen, Yaa Asantewaa and the Asante-British War of 1900-1 – Edited with Editor’s Note by Emmanuel Akyeampong [Book review] – Wilhelmina Joseline Donkoh (pgs. 276-280 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, New Series No. 8, University of Ghana, Legon; 2004)

A Beautyful Novel – R.W. Noble (pgs. 117-119 in Journal of Commonwealth Literature; 1970)

A Bibliography of Ghana: 1958-1964 – D. Brokensha and S.I.A. Kotei (pgs. 35-79 in African Studies Bulletin, 10, 2; 1967) 

A Bibliography of Ghana: 1930-1961 – A.F. Johnson (Longman, Green, for the Ghana Library Board; 1964; 210 pgs; Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; 1964)

A Bibliography of the Gold Coast A.W. Cardinall (Government Printer, Accra; 1932; 384 pgs; reprint: Greenwood Press for Negro Universities Press, Westport CT, US; 1970; and University Microfilms-Xerox, Ann Arbor, Mich., US; 1970) Issued as a companion volume to the Census Report of 1931

A Bibliography of University of Ghana Staff Publications, 1948-73 – S.N. Amanquah (University of Ghana, Legon; 1974; 256 pgs) 

A Black Byzantium – S.F. Nadel (Oxford University Press, London, England; 1942) 

A Blighted Harvest: The World Bank and African Agriculture in the 1980s – Peter Gibbon, Kjell J. Havenik, and Kenneth Hermele (Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US; 1993)

A Book of the Beginnings – G. Massey (Vol. 1; London, England; 1881) 

A Borderless World? From Colonialism to Transnationalism and the Transnational Imaginary – Masao Miyoshi (in Global/Local: Cultural Production and the Transnational Imaginary, (eds.) R. Wilson and W. Dissanayake; Duke University Press, Durham NC, US and London, England; 1996) 

A Brief Anthropological Study of Liberian Refugees in Gomoa Buduburam Camp (Ghana) – S.O. Kwankye (UNHCR; 1997) 

A Brief History of the A.M.E. Zion Church, West Gold Coast District I. Sackey (in The Ghana Bulletin of Theology, 1, 3; Achimota; 1957) 

A Brief History of the Dagbamba People E.F. Tamakloe (Government Printer, Accra; 1931; 76 pgs) Tamakloe was an interpreter in Kete Krakye in 1897-1907 and a Census Clerk in the Northern Territories in 1910.  This narrative also appears as chapter 11 in Tales Told in Togoland by A.W. Cardinall (McFarland)

A Brief Review of the History and Social Organization of the Peoples of the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast – R. St. John Eyre-Smith (Government Printer, Accra; 1933) 

A case/comparison study in the Eastern Region of Ghana on the effects of incorporating selected reproductive health services on family planning services J. Fullerton, A. Fort and K. Johal (pgs. 17-26 in Midwifery, 19, 1; March 2003)

A case of canine spirocercosis in Ghana – E.N.W. Oppong and G.A. Oduro (pgs. 71-73 in Ghana Journal of Science, 5, 1; April 1965) 

A Case Study of Living Law: Traditional and Modern Jurisdiction among the Bulsa in Northern Ghana – R. Schott (pgs. 149-172 in Quaderni Fiorentini per la storia del pensiero giuridico moderno, 14, Milan, Italy; 1985)   

A Catalogue of Ashanti Art Taken from Kumasi in the Anglo-Ashanti War of 1874 – M.J. Ehrlich (PhD. Dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington IN, US; 1981; 789 pgs) 

A Century of Excavation in the Land of the Pharaohs – James Baikie (New York, US; 1924)

A Century with Boys: The Story of the Middle Boarding School in Ghana, 1867-1967 – F.M. Agyemang (Accra; 1967) 

"A chief does not cross ashes" – Einige Gedanken zum Aschesymbolismus – B. Meier (pgs. 107-126 in Riten und Erzählungen der Bulsa, (eds.) W. Krawiets, L. Pospisil and S. Steinbrich, Sprache, Symbole und Symbolverwendungen in Ethnologie, Kulturanthropologie, Religion und Recht – Festschrift für Rüdiger Schott zum 65. Geburtstag; Berlin, Germany; 1992) 

A Child-School-Community Project (CHILDSCOPE): An Evaluation (UNICEF, Accra; 1998) 

A Child's Day in a Ghanaian City F. Provencal and C. McNamara (details to come; 2001)

A Church between Colonial Powers – H. Debrunner (London, England; 1961) 

A Classification of the Languages of Benin Hounkpati Capo (Notes & Records, No. 4, 1998) For the CASAS Harmonization and Standardization of African Languages Project (CASAS) 

“A Cobra is in our Granary” – A Culture-drama workbook – J. Kirby (Tamale Institute of Cross-Cultural Studies, P.O. Box 1012 Tamale, Northern Region; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; www.ticcs.edu.gh; other details to come) 

A Comment on ‘Family Property and Inheritance Among The Northern Ewe’ – Kludze  Kwamena Bentsi-Enchill (in Research Review, 9, 2; 1973)

A Comment on M.P. Brempong’s ‘History of the Presbyterian Church at Bompata’ – P. Jenkins (pgs. 23-27 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 12; June 1972) 

A Commentary on Duarte Pacheco Pereira’s Account of the Lower Guinea Coastlands in His Esmeraldo de Situ Orbis and on Some Other Early Accounts J.D. Fage (pgs. 47-80 in History in Africa, 7; 1980)

A Commentary on The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born – J. Solomon (pgs. 116-124 in Critical Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah, (ed.) D. Wright, Three Continents Press; 1992)

A community-based study of risk factors in maternal mortality in the Kassena-Nankana District of Northern Ghana – N. Dollimore, H. Odoi-Agyarko and O. Owusu-Agyei (Report for the Safe Motherhood Initiative of the World Health Organization; Accra; March 1993) 

A comparative analysis of educational development in Ghana and the Western region of Nigeria – J.K. Hinchcliffe (in Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies, 12, 1; 1970) 

A comparative approach to incest and adultery – J.R. Goody (pgs. 286-305 in British Journal of Sociology, 7; 1956) 

A Comparative Review of a Traditional and Modern Concept of Rural  Development – P.J. Cheshire (Research Publication, Land Administration Research Centre, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi; no date) 

A comparative study of amino acid profiles of normal and quality protein maize grains and proximate composition of their food products – H.K. Dei and S.A. Osei (pgs. 44-54 in Ghana Journal of Development Studies, 3, 1; 2006)

A comparative study of clinical and sociocultural aspects of anaemia among adolescent girls in rural Ghana – Irene Akua Agyepong, Edith Koryo Wellington and Mercy Ablordey Abbey (pgs. 123-138 in Acta Tropica, 65, 3; 30 May 1997)

A Comparative Study of Foreign Exchange Policy Management in Ghana, Nigeria and Uganda – C.K. Dordunoo, K. Odubogun, G. Ssemogerere and L. Kasejebde (AERC Special Paper 27, African Economic Research Consortium, Nairobi, Kenya; 1997) 

A comparison between MCPA and Pesco 18-15 for the control of weeds in rice on the Accra plains – E.A. Haizel and A.G. Carson (pgs. 18-24 in Ghana Journal of Science, 7; 1967) 

A comparison of genetic polymorphism in populations of Onchocerca volvulus from untreated and ivermectin-treated patients  J.K.L. Eng and R.K. Prichard (pgs. 193-202 in Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology, 142, 2; Aug. 2005)

A Comprehensive Course in Twi (Asante) for the non-Twi learner – Florence Abena Dolphyne (Ghana Universities Press, P.O. Box 4219, Accra; 1996; 147 pgs) 

A Comprehensive Geography of West Africa – R.K. Udo (Holmes and Meier, and Africana Publishing Co., New York, US; 1978; 303 pgs) 

A Conceptual Background to Measuring Informal Sector Activity in Ghana A. McKay and J.I. Round (DIERC, University of Warwick, England, for the Ghana Statistical Service; 1994) 

A Concise Dictionary of Egyptian Archaeology Mary Broderick (London, England; 1902)

A Concise Dictionary of Middle Egyptian R.O. Faulkner (At the University Press, Oxford, England; 1st edition 1962; 1964 edition) 

A Concise History of World Population – Massimo Livi-Bacci (transl. Carl Ipsen, 2nd edition, Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, England; 1997) 

A Critical Analysis of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs) Processes and Outcomes The Case of Ghana (African Network on Debt and Development [AFRODAD] PRSP Series; further details to come) 

A critical review of literature for children – Jawa Apronti (pgs. 19-24 in Ghana Book World, 5; 1991) 

A Critique of Postcolonial Reason: Towards a History of the Vanishing Present – Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA, US and London, England; 1999) 

A cross-comparative study of aspects of conjugal behaviour among women of three West African countries J. Pool (in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 6, 2; 1972) 

A cross-sectional epidemiological survey of bovine trypanosomosis and its vectors in the Savelugu and West Mamprusi districts of northern Ghana – C. I. Mahama, M. Desquesnes, M. L. Dia, B. Losson, R. De Deken and S. Geerts (pgs. 1-13 in Veterinary Parasitology, 122, 1; June 2004) 

A cross-cultural comparison of resilience in adolescents – Anita J. Hunter

(pgs. 172-179 in Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 16, 3; June 2001)  

A debut of Ghanaian traditional visual art into liturgical art of the Christian Church of Ghana A.K. Quarcoo (pgs. 53-64 in Research Review, 4, 3; Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 1968)

A Decade of Accountability under Ghana’s Provisional National Defence Council (PNDC) Government – Joseph R.A. Ayee (in Research Review (new series) 10, 1 & 2; Legon; 1994) 

A Decade of Decentralization in Ghana: Retrospect and Prospects – (eds.) W. Thomi, P.W.K. Yankson and S.Y. Zanu (Gold-Type Ltd, Accra; 2000) 

A decision support system for the electrical power districting problem Paul K. Bergey, Cliff T. Ragsdale and Mangesh Hoskote (pgs. 1-17 in Decision Support Systems, 36, 1; Sept. 2003)

A Description of the Coast of North and South Guinea J. Barbot (in Collection of Voyages and Travels, Churchill, London, England; 1732)

A Descriptive Analysis of the Informal Sector in Ghana: A Study of the GLSS Surveys – H. Coulombe, A. McKay and J.I. Round (Report for the Ghana Statistical Service; 1994) 

A Descriptive Grammar of Fanti – W.E. Welmers (Linguistic Society of America, Baltimore MD, US; 1946; 78 pgs) 

A Diagnostic Study of Research and Technology Development in Ghana E. Aryeetey (ISSER Technical Publication No. 60, University of Ghana; April 2000; 75 pgs) 

A Dictionary of Late EgyptianA. Lesko (Berkeley CA, US; 1982-1990)

A Dictionary of the Asante and Fante Language called Tshi – J.G. Christaller (Basel Evangelical Society, Basel, Switzerland; 1881; 2nd edition, Basel Evangelical Society, Basel, Switzerland; 1933; 607 pgs) 

A Dictionary of the Chokosi Language: English-Chokosi – A.C. Krass (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; 1973; 133 pgs) 

A directory of spiritual churches in Ghana – K.A. Opoku (in Research Review, 7, 1; 1970) 

A Discourse on Akan Perpetual Calendar for Religious Ceremonies and Festivals: 1700-2200 AD – O.K. Osei (Domak Press Ltd., Accra; 1997) 

A documentary history of the Negro people in the United States – Herbert Aptheker (Carol Publishing Group, New York, US; 1990) 

A Draft Policy Framework on Street Children in Ghana (Ministry of Employment and Social Welfare; 1995)

A Draft Social Accounting Matrix for Ghana: 1993 M. Powell and J.I. Round (Ghana Statistical Service, Accra; 1996) 

A Dream Called September Christine Botchway (Macmillan; 1996; 140 pgs)

A Fallen Labour Hero of Ghana – F. Wudu (State Publishing Corp., Accra; 1968)

A Feasibility Study and Business Plan for the Establishment of an ARB Apex  Bank – J.S. Addo Consultants (revised report for the Association of Rural Banks; 1998) 

A Few Notes on Kwawu (Quahoe), a Territory in the Gold Coast of West Africa W. Perregaux (in Journal of the Royal African Society, Vol. II, No. 8; 1902) 

A First Course in Probability Theory, Vol. 1 – Nicholas N.N.N. Nuamah (Ghana Universities Press; 1998; 452 pgs) 

A First Course in Probability Theory, Vol. 2 – Nicholas N.N.N. Nuamah (Ghana Universities Press; 1999; 273 pgs) 

A forbidden taste – Willie Donkor (Facts and Fiction Agency, Accra; 1968; 72 pgs)

A Fragment on the Socio-Cultural Role of the University in Commonwealth Africa – Akilagpa Sawyerr (in What can we do for our Countries? The Contributions of Universities to National Development, Proceedings of the 14th Congress of the Universities of the Commonwealth, Perth, February, 1988; ACU, London, England; 1988) 

A Framework for Integrating Gender Interests in Development Programmes in Ghana – E. Bortei-Doku (in Planning African Growth and Development: Some Current Issues, (ed.) E. Aryeetey; 1992) 

A Framework for Regulating Micro-Finance Institutions Hennie van Greuning, Joselito Gallardo and Bikki Randhawa (Policy Research Working Paper No. 2061, World Bank, Washington DC, US; 2002) 

A Framework for Regulating Micro-Finance Institutions: Experience in Ghana and the Philippines Joselito Gallardo (Policy Research Working Paper No. 2755, World Bank, Washington DC, US; 2002) 

A Future Rooted in Africa’s Soil: Environment, Development and the Search for Sustainability – Robin Sharp and Mahamadou Koné (Africa Recovery Briefing Paper No. 5, Africa Section, Department of Public Information, United Nations, New York NY, US; 1992) 

A Galla Monarchy – Herbert Lewis (Madison; 1965; details to come)

A genome wide quantitative trait linkage analysis for serum lipids in type 2 diabetes in an African population –  Adebowale A. Adeyemo, Thomas Johnson, Joseph Acheampong, Johnnie Oli, Godfrey Okafor, Albert Amoah, Samuel Owusu, Kofi Agyenim-Boateng, Benjamin A. Eghan, Jr. et al. (pgs. 389-397 in Atherosclerosis, 181, 2; Aug. 2005)

A geological field trip to the Côte d'Ivoire-Ghana transform margin – Jean Mascle, Michel Guiraud, Jean Benkhelil, Christophe Basile, Jean-Pierre Bouillin, Georges Mascle, Michel Cousin, Marc Durand, Jean Dejax and Michel Moullade (pgs. 1-20 in Oceanologica Acta, 21, 1; January-February 1998)

A Geography of Ghana – E.A. Boateng (2nd edition, Cambridge University Press; 1966; 212 pgs) 

A Geography of the Gold Coast D.T. Adams (London, England; 1940) 

A Ghanaian town revisited: changes and continuities in local adaptive strategies – George J.S. Dei (pgs. 95-120 in African Affairs, 91, 362; Jan. 1992) 

A Grammar of the Asante and Fante Language Called Tshi Based on the Akuapem Dialect With Reference to the Other Dialects J.G. Christaller (Basel, Switzerland; 1875; Gregg International Publishers, Farnborough, England; 1964; 203 pgs) 

A Good Name is Worth More than Money: Strategies of Court Use in Urban Ghana – M. Lowy (in The Disputing Process – Law in Ten Societies, (eds.) L. Nader and H.F. Todd, Jr., New York, US; 1978) 

A Grammar of the Fante-Akan Language – W.T. Balmer and F.C. Grant (Atlantic Press, London, England; 1929; 223 pgs) 

A Great Ghanaian: Dr. J.B. Danquah, ‘Doyen of Gold Coast Politics (West African Review; March 1957) 

A Ground-Water Reconnaissance of the Republic of Ghana, With a Description of the Geohydrologic Provinces – H.E. Gill (Geological Survey Water Supply Paper 1757-K, US Government Printing Office, Washington DC, US; 1969; 38 pgs)

A Growth-Oriented Macroeconometric Model of Ghana – Daniel Bruce Sarpong (in The Economic Science, Vol. 43, No. 4, Nagoya University, Japan; March 1995) 

A Guide for Educators of the Young Child (Government of Ghana/Unicef; 1992) 

A Guide to Free Online Resources in African Studies – Olive A. Adjah and Theodosia S.A. Adanu (in Research Review (new series) 20, 1; Legon; 2004)

A Guide to Kumasi J.R. Ghartey (Accra?; 1864) Mentioned by Magnus Sampson on pg. 56 of Makers of Modern Ghana,  

A Guide to Mecca – Kofi Genfi III (Ghana Airways Corp., Accra; 1965; 24 pgs)

A Guide to Original Sources for Precolonial Western Africa Published in European Languages – J.D. Fage (African Studies Programme, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 205 Ingraham Hall, 1155 Observatory Drive, Madison WI, US; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2nd edition, 1994)

A guide to political parties (Interim National Electoral Commission; Accra; 1992)

A Guide to the Antiquities of Upper Egypt, from Abydos to the Sudan Frontier – Arthur Weigall (London, England; 1910) 

A Handbook of African Affairs – (ed.) H. Kitchen (Praeger, New York, US; 1964)

A Handbook of Eweland, Vol. II: The Northern Ewes in Ghana (ed.) Kodzo Gavua (Woeli Publishing Services, P.O. Box NT601, Accra; 2000; 212 pgs) 

A Handbook on Nursing Protocol – A Health Learning Manual for Service Providers (Office of the Chief Nursing Officer/Ghana Health Service; National Health Learning Materials Centre, Human Resource Development Division, Ministry of Health/Ghana Health Service, P.O. Box 1908 Kumasi; tel: (233-51) 29434; 2005; 184 pgs) Contributors are: Mariama Sumani, Charlotte Blaber, Elizabeth Cole, Cecilia Mensah, Andrews Adjei Druye, Mabel Kissiwah Asafo and Josephine C.B. Awuah 

A Haousa-English Dictionary and English-Haousa Vocabulary – G.P. Bargery (2nd edition, Zaria, Nigeria; 1993)  

A Harvest of Our Dreams – with Elegy for the Revolution – Poems by Kofi Anyidoho (Woeli; 1993; 90 pgs)

A Historical Geography of Ghana K.B. Dickson (Cambridge University Press, England; 1969; 379 pgs; paperback 1971) 

A Historical Geography of the Gold Coast J.W. de Graft Johnson (London; 1929)

A History of Blacks in Canada: A Study Guide for Teachers and Students – J. St. G. Walker (Minister of Multiculturalism, Toronto, Canada; 1980) 

A History of Christianity in Ghana – H.W. Debrunner (Waterville, Accra; 1967; 375 pgs)

A History of Education in British West Africa C.G. Wise (Longman, London, England; 1956)

A History of Education in Northern Ghana 1907-1976 R. Bagulo Bening (Ghana Universities Press; 1990, reprinted 1996; 284 pgs) 

A History of Egypt – James Henry Breasted (New York, US; 1912) 

A History of Egypt – W.M. Flinders Petrie (London, England; 1905) 

A History of Egypt from the Earliest Times to the Persian Conquest – James Henry Breasted (London, England; 1906; Charles Scribner and Sons, New York NY, US; 1909)

A History of Ghana F.K. Buah (Macmillan, London, England; 1980; 229 pgs)

A History of Ghana W.E.F. Ward (Allen and Unwin, London, England; 2nd. Edition, 1958; 434 pgs) 

A History of Indigenous Slavery in Ghana from the 15th to the 19th Century Akosua Adoma Perbi (Sub-Saharan Publishers, Accra; 2004; 231 pgs) 

A History of Islam in West Africa – J.S. Trimingham (Oxford University Press for the University of Glasgow; 1962; 262 pgs) 

A History of Japan from Stone Age to Super Power – Kenneth G. Henshall (St. Martin's Press, New York NY; 2001) 

A History of Moravian Missions J.E. Hutton (London, England; 1923) 

A history of Negro education in the South: from 1619 to the present – Henry A. Bullock (Harvard Univresity Press, Cambridge MA, US; 1967)

A History of Negro Revolt – C.L.R. James (Race Today Publications, 165 Railton Road, London SE24 0LU; 3rd edition, 1985; 97 pgs) Originally published in England in 1938 in a monograph series of the Independent Labour Party, according to Race Today which adds that a revised edition was published in 1959 by Drum and Spear Press in Washington, US. It says James “updates his documentation with an additional essay entitled The History of Negro Revolt 1939-1959”. Walter Rodney uses this Drum and Spear edition for The African Revolution, his 1981 essay on James, but lists the title as A History of Pan-African Revolt with a 1961 publication date 

A History of Prison and Confinement in Africa – (ed.) Florence Bernault (Heinemann, US; 2003; 287 pgs) From being a relatively unknown punishment in pre-colonial times to its widespread use during colonization and in the present dayo, prison history and development is explored here through a number of essays, including on contemporary prison camps and the political use of prison from the slave trade to the genocide in Rwanda (ABCBR)

A History of Sefwi: A Survey of Oral Evidence – K.Y. Daaku (pgs. 32-47 in Research Review, 7, 3, Institute of African Studies, Legon; 1971) 

A History of the African People – Robert W. July (New York, US; 1970) 

A History of the Akan Peoples of the Gold Coast W.T. Balmer (Atlantis Press, London, England; 1925 [and/or 1929?]; 208 pgs) 

A History of the Ancient World – Chester G. Starr (Oxford University Press, New York NY, US; 1991)

A History of the Arabs in the Sudan – Harold Alfred MacMichael (Cambridge; 1922; further details to come)

A History of the Colonization of Africa by Alien Races H.H. Johnston (Cambridge, England; 1899; 2nd edition, 1913) 

A History of the Gold Coast W.E.F. Ward (Allen and Unwin, London, England; 1948; 387 pgs) 

A History of the Gold Coast and Ashanti from the Earliest Times to the Commencement of the Twentieth Century W.W. Claridge (J. Murray, London, England; 1915; listed by McFarland as 649 pgs and 638 pgs, and the Frank Cass reprint of 1964 as 577 pgs and 580 pgs, indicating two volumes) 

A History of the Gold Coast of West Africa A.B. Ellis (Chapman and Hall, London, England; 1893; 400 pgs; reprint, Negro University Press, New York, US; London, England; 1969; reprint, Rowan and Littlefield, Totowa NJ, US, 1971)

A History of the Sudan – A.J. Arkell (London, England; 1945) 

A History of the University of Ghana – Half a Century of Higher Education 1948-1998 Francis Agbodeka (Woeli Publishing Services/University of Ghana; 1998; 381 pgs) 

A history of Upper Guinea Coast: 1545-1800 – Walter Rodney (Clarendon Press, Oxford, England; 1970)

A History of West Africa – (ed.) J.D. Fage (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1969) 

A History of West Africa 1000-1800 – Basil Davidson, with F.K. Buah and the advice of J. Ade Ajayi (Longman Group Ltd, Harlow, Essex, England; first published 1965, revised edition 1967, new revised edition 1977, fourth impression 1981, fifth impression 1985) The Ghana National Bibliography (1966) lists a US edition as A History of West Africa to the nineteenth century; Anchor Books, New York, US; 1966 

A History of West Africa, vol. I: AD 1000-1800 – J. Boakye (Accra; 1982) 

A House by the Sea – Kofi Awoonor (Greenfield Press, New York, US; 1978) Prison poems

A Housing Survey in Ghana – D.J. Owusu, R.K.B. Bofah and C.C.T. Blankson (Low Cost Housing Committee, Accra; 1973) 

A Hundred Years, 1848-1948. The Story of the Presbyterian Training College, Akropong W. Schlatter (Accra; 1948) 

A husband for Esi Ellua – K.A. Bediako (Anowuo Educational Publications, Accra; 1967; 179) Novel, also found listed elsewhere attributed to Samuel Asare Konadu

A Journey to Bontuku in the Interior of West Africa R. Austin Freeman (in Royal Geographical Society Supplementary Papers, 3; 1893) 

A Journey to Central Africa: Life, and Landscapes from Egypt to the Negro Kingdoms of the White Nile – Bayard Taylor (New York, US; 1902) 

A Life in the Political History of Ghana – Mumuni Bawumiah (Ghana Universities Press, Accra; Tel: (233-21) 513401; fax: 513402; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2004; 279 pgs)  

A Life of Azikiwe – K.A.B. Jones-Quartey (Penguin Books, London, England; 1965; 272 pgs) 

A List of Ghanaian Newspapers and Periodicals – compiled by A.N. De Heer (Ghana Library Board, Accra; 1970; 16 pgs) 

A local-scale study of the trace gas emissions from vegetation burning around the village of Dalun, Ghana, with respect to seasonal vegetation changes and burning practices: Saarnak, C. F. et al.; Climatic Change, 2003, 56, (3), 321–338 [Abstract] (pg. 55 in Fuel and Energy Abstracts, 45, 1; Jan. 2004) 

A longitudinal ecological study of one hundred consecutive admissions to the Accra Mental Hospital – E.B. Forster (pgs. 123-127 in Ghana Medical Journal, 5, 4; December 1966) 

A longitudinal epidemiological survey of bovine trypanosomosis and its vectors in the White Volta river basin of Northern Ghana – C.I. Mahama, M. Desquesnes, M.L. Dia, B. Losson, R. De Deken, N. Speybroeck and S. Geerts

(pgs. 201-208 in Veterinary Parasitology, 128, 3-4, March 2005)  

A Macroeconomic Analysis of Output and Employment – C.K. Dordunoo (Ministry of Employment and Social Welfare and ILO/UNDP; 1994) 

A magnetic mineral record of Late Quaternary tropical climate variability from Lake Bosumtwi, Ghana – J.A. Peck, R.R. Green, T. Shanahan, J.W. King, J.T. Overpeck and C.A. Scholz (pgs. 37-57 in Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 215, 1-2; Dec. 2004) 

A Manual on Nursing Care for People Living with HIV/AIDS (National Health Learning Materials Centre, Human Resource Development Division, Ministry of Health/Ghana Health Service, P.O. Box 1908 Kumasi; 2004; 129 pgs) Contributors are: A.A. Druye, E. Adzigbli, J.B. Awuah, M. Sumani, Peace Ivy Ananga, Robert Twene and Wilberforce Kwamla Adade 

A Manual on Out-Patient Department (National Health Learning Materials Centre, Human Resource Development Division, Ministry of Health/Ghana Health Service, P.O. Box 1908 Kumasi; 2004; 129 pgs) Contributors are: Christina M. Quayson, J.O. Kyei, Yaw Brobbey, and T.N. Awuah-Siaw 

A Manual on Ward Management (National Health Learning Materials Centre, Human Resource Development Division, Ministry of Health/Ghana Health Service, P.O. Box 1908 Kumasi; 2004; 113 pgs) Contributors are: Irene Mason Sackey, Offeh Gyimah, Seth Acquah and Faustina Oware-Gyekye 

A Medieval Trade Route from the Niger to the Gulf of Guinea – I. Wilks (pgs. 337-341 in Journal of African History, 3, 2; 1962) 

A method for classifying commercial tree species of an uneven-aged mixed species tropical forest for growth and yield model construction – James Atta-Boateng and John William Moser Jr. (pgs. 89-99 in Forest Ecology and Management, 104, 1-3; 12 May 1998)

A methodology for the study of migrations – Cheikh Anta Diop (pgs. 86-109 in African ethnonyms and toponyms – General History of Africa – Studies and Documents 6, UNESCO, 7 place de Fontenoy, 75732 Paris 07 SP, France; 1984)

A Model of an Agrarian Economy with Non-Agricultural Activities S.S. Hymer and S.A. Resnick (in The American Economic Review, 19, 4; 1969) 

A modern Christian view on culture, economic and social life, political community (National Catholic Secretariat, Accra; 1966; 33 pgs)

A Modern History of Tanganyika – John Iliffe (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1979)

A Modern History of the Sudan from the Funj Sultanate to the Present Day – Peter Malcolm Holt (London, England; 1961) 

A Modern Slavery – H.W. Nevinson (Harper, London, England and New York, US; 1906)

A Mystification: African Independence Revalued [essay] – Ayi Kwei Armah (pgs. 141-151 in Pan-African Journal, 2, 2; 1969) 

A Myth is Broken: An Account of the Ghana Coup d’Etat of 24 February 1966 – A.K. Ocran (Harlow, Longmans, England; 1968; 104 pgs)

A Nation in Exile: the Asante on the Seychelles Islands, 1900-24 – A. Adu Boahen (in The Golden Stool: Studies of the Asante Center and Periphery – (ed.) E. Schildkrout; 1987) 

A national diabetes care and education programme: the Ghana model –   A. G. B. Amoah, S. K. Owusu, J. W. Acheampong, K. Agyenim-Boateng, H. R. Asare, A. A. Owusu, M. F. Mensah-Poku, F. C. Adamu, R. A. Amegashie, J. Terry Saunders et al. (pgs. 149-157 in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 49, 2-3; August 2000)

A New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea, Divided into the Gold, the Slave, and the Ivory Coasts W. Bosman (Anthony Schouten, Utrecht, The Netherlands; 1704; J. Knapton, London, England; 1705 and later editions; Frank Cass, London; 1967; 577 pgs) Bosman spent 14 years on the Gold Coast in Dutch service (McFarland) The 1967 Frank Cass 4th edition has an introduction by John Ralph Willis and notes by J.D. Fage and R.E. Bradbury

A New Chapter for Ghana Labour – J. Tettegah (TUC, Accra; 1958) 

A New Checklist of the Forts and Castles of Ghana – J.D. Fage (pgs. 57-67 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 4, 1; 1959) 

A New Conceptual Model for the Study of Political Integration in Africa – Peter Osei-Kwame (University Press of America; 1980)

A New Direction in African Philosophy – Sana Osha (in Journal of Philosophy and Development, 2, 1 & 2; Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria; 1996)

A New Era in Ghana (Ministry of Information on behalf of the National Liberation Council, Tema, Ghana; 1966; 28 pgs) Listed by Kwesi Armah as 1967

A new fast method for the production of kokonte – Susan Jarmai (pgs. 59-63 in Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science, 1, 1; June 1968) 

A New General Collection of Voyages and Travels T. Astley (London, England; 1745; 1968 edition, Frank Cass, London, England) 

A new genus abd twelve new species of Isometopine (Hemiptera: Isometopidae) from Ghana – M.R. Smith (pgs. 27-42 in Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Nigeria, 1, 1; Ibadan, Nigeria; Dec. 1967)

A New Geography of Ghana K.B. Dickson and G. Benneh (Longman, London, England; 1970; [reprint, 1988?]) 

A New History of Ethiopia – Hiob Ludolf (London, England; 1862; further details to come)

A New Look at the Funding of Local Government in Ghana – Joseph R.A. Ayee (in Research Review (new series) 2, 1; Legon; 1986) 

A new look at the history of Ghana – Albert Adu Boahen (pgs. 212-222 in African Affairs, 65, 260; July 1966) 

A New Mood in the African Novel – Abiola Irele (pg. 1115 in West Africa; 20 Sept. 1969)

A New Panlectal Medium in Nigeria: A Little but Significant Index – Tunde Ajiboye (Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society Occasional Paper No. 15; 2002) Draws attention to a phenomenon in language development in Nigeria which tends to support the possibility of language barriers breaking down, not through English or any other exogenous medium, but through the resources provided by our own languages. Recent research by the author found that Hausa, Yorùbá and Igbo speakers could communicate common realities without recourse to their known primary linguistic loyalty, opening the way to possible eventual neutralization of linguistic cleavages and a strong statement that effective communication in a multilingual setting is not the preserve of the “colonial” medium (CASAS) 

A New Reader’s Guide to African Literature – (eds.) H. Zell, C. Bundy and V. Coulon (African Publishing Co., New York, US; 1983) Pgs. 352-354 are on Ayi Kwei Armah

A New Voyage to Guinea W. Smith (J. Nourse, London, England; 1744; 276 pgs) With a companion volume of drawings – Thirty Different Drafts of Guinea – by this Smith who made a survey along the Gold Coast in 1727 for the Royal African Company (McFarland) 

A new yam festival among the Ewe – B.G. Coursey (pgs. 18-23 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 10; Dec. 1968) 

A new way to Krachi – J.T. Ocansey (pgs. 5-11 in Ghana Review, 8, 1; 1968)

A North American’s Guide to Ghanaian English – J.P. Kirby (Tamale Institute of Cross-Cultural Studies, P.O. Box 1012 Tamale, Northern Region; 1998; 141 pgs)

A Note on a Dagomba Chief’s Drummer Christine Oppong (pgs. 63-65 in Research Review, 4, 2; Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 1968) 

A Note on a Royal Genealogy (Dagomba) – Christine Oppong (pgs. 71-74 in Research Review, 3, 1, University of Ghana; 1966) 

A note on Ahafo oral traditions Kwame Arhin (pgs. 27-29 in Research Review, 1, 1; 1965) 

A note on Akan-centred linguistic acculturation – J.M. Stewart (pgs. 66-73 in Research Review, 3, 2; 1967) 

A note on Akan colour symbolism – George P. Hagan (pgs. 8-13 in Research Review, 7, 1; 1970)

A Note on Anlo (Ewe) Slavery and the History of a Slave – G.K. Nukunya (pgs. 243-245 in Women and Slavery in Africa, (eds.) C.C. Robertson and M. Klein; University of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI, US; 1983; 380 pgs)

A note on boron deficiency and fruit mal-formation in cocoa (Theobroma Cacao L.) – E.J.A. Asomaning and R.S. Kwakwa (pgs. 126-129 in Ghana Journal of Science, 7, 3 & 4; July/October 1967) 

A note on cowries – Marion Johnson (pgs. 37-40 in Research Review, 2, 1; 1965)

A Note on Dagomba Fiddlers – C. Oppong (pgs. 27-33 in Research Review, 6, 2, University of Ghana; 1970) 

A note on excavations at Buipe (Silima) – R.N. York (pgs. 33-38 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 10; Dec. 1968) 

A note on goats in Ghana with reference to the need to develop goat husbandry to improve the nation’s diet – E.N.W. Oppong (pgs. 144-149 in Ghana Farmer, 9, 4; November 1965) 

A note on land revenue and local government in Ghana – P.C.W. Dennis (pgs. 84-88 in Journal of African Administration, 9; 1957) 

A Note on Modal Quantification, Ontology and the Indenumerably Infinite – Kwasi Wiredu (in Analysis; June 1972) 

A Note on Muslims in Dagbon Ivor Wilks ([draft], Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; 1964) 

A Note on Pod Maturity and Seed Viability in Cocoa – V. Martinson (pgs. 325-327 in Tropical Agriculture, 44, 4; Octoober 1967) 

A Note on Police Violence in Post-Colonial Ghana – A. Ansah-Koi (in Research Review (new series) 2, 1; Legon; 1986) 

A Note on Social Cost-Benefit Analysis and Class Conflict in LDCs – F. Stewart (in World Development, 3, 1, 1975) 

A note on the ancestor cult in Ghana – A.K. Quarcoo (pgs. 74-78 in Research Review, 3, 1; 1966)

A note on the Arabic MS IASAR/298 and others from Wa – Ivor Wilks (pgs. 63-68 in Research Review, 2, 2; 1966) 

A note on the codification of customary land law in the Gold Coast – R.J.A. Pogucki (pgs. 192-196 in Journal of African Land Administration, 8; 1956)

A Note on the Asante Akonkofo: A Non-Literate Sub-Elite, 1900-1930 – K. Arhin (pgs. 25-31 in Africa, 56, 1; 1986) Assimeng lists publication date as 1976

A Note on the Chronology and Origins of the Gonja Kings – Ivor G. Wilks (pgs. 26-38 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 8; 1966) 

A note on the dichotomy of the inflorescene in the plantain (Musa. Paradisciaca. Linn) – M.M. Gill (pgs. 337-341 in Tropical Agriculture, 45, 4; Oct. 1968) 

A Note on the Early Spread of Islam in Dagomba – I. G. Wilks (pgs. 87-98 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 8; 1965) 

A Note on the Ethno-Historical Background to the Ewe-Speaking Villages of the Achimota-Legon Area – R.G.S. Sprigge (pgs. 13-16 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 11; 1970) 

A note on the fall of Ahwene Koko and its significance in Asante history – K.Y. Daaku (pgs. 40-44 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 10; Dec. 1968) 

A note on the foundation of the Kingdom of Gyaman – Ebenezer Assiamah Agyeman (pgs. 36-39 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 9; 1966) 

A Note on the History of the British Courts in the Gold Coast Colony, with a Brief Account of the Changes in the Constitution of the Colony – W. Brandford Griffith (Accra; 1936) 

A Note on the Kingdom of Fetu – D. Birmingham (pgs. 30-33 in Ghana Notes and Queries (Legon), 9; November 1966) 

A Note on the Machinery of Government during the Sobhuza II Era in Swaziland – Joseph R.A. Ayee (in Research Review (new series) 5, 1; Legon; 1989)

A note on the occurrence and length frequency distribution of Tilapia species caught in gill nets in the Volta Lake – A. Lelek and A.A. Wudddah (paper presented at the International Symposium on Man-made Lakes held in Accra; 1966) 

A Note on the Role of the Father’s Sister in Dagbon – C. Oppong (pgs. 58-61 in Research Review, 3, 2, University of Ghana; 1967) 

A Note on the Theoretical Directions in Gender Relations and the Status of Women E. Bortei-Doku (Gender Analysis Workshop Report, Development and Women’s Studies Programme, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; 1992) 

A Note on Twifo and Akwamu I.G. Wilks (pgs. 215-217 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 3, 3; 1958) 

A Nutrition Survey of Ghana – P.L.P. Davey (pgs. 15-24 in The Economic Bulletin, 6, 1, Economic Society of Ghana, Accra; 1962) 

A Partnership of the State and the Market in African Development: What Is an Appropriate Strategy Mix? Kidane Mengisteab (pgs. 163-181 in Beyond Economic Liberalization in Africa: Structural Adjustment and the Alternatives, (eds.) Kidane Mengisteab and B. Ikubolajeh Logan; Zed Books, London, England; 1995) 

A pattern of training for the nursing service in Ghana – S.M. Otoo (pgs. 79-86 in Ghana Medical Journal, 7, 2; June 1968) 

A Peaceful Political Turnover in Ghana – E. Gyimah-Boadi (in Journal of Democracy, 12, 2; 2001) 

A Perspective Plan for Ghana, Part 1 – J.H. Mensah (in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 6, 2; 1962)

A Phonetic Study of West African Languages – An Auditory-Instrumental Survey – P. Ladefoged (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 2nd edition, 1968)

A phonological analysis of Twi vowels – Florence Dolphyne (pgs. 83-89 in Journal of West African Languages, 4, 1; January 1967) 

A Phonology of Akan: Akuapem, Asante and Fante – P. Schachter and V. Fromkin (University of California, Los Angeles, US; 1968; 268 pgs) 

A Place in the World: New Local Historiographies from Africa and South-Asia – (ed.) Axel Harneit-Sievers (Brill Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands; 2002) 

A Plague on Both Your Houses: Ayi Kwei Armah’s Two Thousand Seasons – Bai Kisogie (pg. 75 in Transition, 45; 1976)

A pocket book of cross-examination – Nat Heward-Mills (Sedco Publishing Ltd., Accra; 1991; 86 pgs)

A Political Economy of Africa – Claude Ake (Longman, Essex, England; 1981) 

A Political History of Ghana – The Rise of Gold Coast Nationalism, 1850-1928 David Kimble (Oxford University Press; 1963; 587 pgs)

A Population-Based Study of Maternal Morbidity in Ghana (Report by The Maternal Health Project for the Rockefeller Foundation, Nairobi, Kenya; 1998) 

A Portrait of Otumfuo Opoku Ware II as a Young Man – Ivor Wilks (Anansesem Publications; 1999; 35 pgs) 

A possible solution to the problem of collecing library materials from Ghana – J. Drysdale (pgs. 9-15 in Library materials on Africa, 4, 1; July 1966) 

A Poverty Profile of Ghana, 1987-88 E.O. Boateng, K. Ewusi, R. Kanbur and A. McKay (Ghana Statistical Service, Accra; also World Bank SDA Working Paper No. 5; 1998 (or 1990?); also in Journal of African Economies, 1, 1, 1992)

A practical English course, Reader 2 – S. Addo and E.O. Koranteng (Macmillan, London, England; 1966; 75 pgs) 

A practical guide for church choirs and choristers – Herbert B. Sam (Asempa Publishers, Accra; 1986; 40 pgs) 

A Practical Hausa Grammar – F.W. Taylor (Clarendon Press, Oxford, England; 1959)

A Precolonial, Political History of the Sefwi Wiawso OmanStefano Boni (pgs. 139-68 in Ghana Studies, 4; 2001)

A Preliminary Account of the Role and Recruitment of Drummers in Dagbon – C. Oppong (pgs. 38-51 in Research Review, 4 [or 6?], 2, University of Ghana; 1969) 

A preliminary investigation of the bacteriology of raw milk produced by cows on the Accra Plains, Ghana C. Abrahams and A.M. Laryea (pgs. 100-103 in Ghana Medical Journal, 7, 2; June 1968) 

A preliminary map of market periodicities in Ghana – V.G. Fagerlund and R.H.T. Smith (in Journal of Developing Areas, 4, 3; 1970) 

A preliminary report on the quantitative study of Cladocera and Copedoda in the Volta Lake, 1964-1965 – M. Proszynska (paper presented at the International Symposium on Man-made Lakes held in Accra; 1966) 

A preliminary study on growth response of broiler finishers fed processed mottle Mucuna beans (Mucuna pruriens var. utilis) – H.K. Dei, S. Mesuna, E.O. Otchere, K.T. Djang-Fordjour, A. Agbolosu and E. Frey (pgs. 35-43 in Ghana Journal of Development Studies, 3, 1; 2006)  

A Preliminary Study of the Nzima Language – C.W. Welman (Crown Agents, London, England; 1926; 113 pgs)

A Price Agreement on the Gold Coast – the Krobo Oil Boycott, 1856-1866 – Freda Wolfson (in The Economic History Review, Vol. VI, No. 1; London; 1953) 

‘A Problem from Hell’: America and the Age of Genocide – Samantha Power (Basic Books, New York, US; 2002) 

A Profile of Brong Kyempin – (ed.) K. Arhin (Afram Publications, Accra; 1979)

A Profile of Street Children in Kumasi – D. Korboe (A report to RESPONSE, Centre for Social Policy Studies, University of Ghana; 1997) 

A profile on music and movement in the Volta Region, Part 1 – Sylvia Kinney (pgs. 48-52 in Research Review, 3, 1; 1966) 

A propos de la chronologie – Cheikh Anta Diop (pgs. 918-921 in Bulletin de l’IFAN, 29, Series B, Nos. 3-4; 1967) Regarding chronology

A propos de ‘La pensée de Cheikh Anta Diop’ d’Alain Froment – C. Coquery-Vidovitch (Cahiers d’Études Africaines, 30, 1; 1992) Roughly, « On ‘The Thought of Cheikh Anta Diop’ by Alain Froment » 

A propos de la racine-mère dans les sociétés akan – H. Diabate (in the Bondouku Seminar Papers ; 1974)

A prospective study of patients with advanced oral cancer in Ghana: a preliminary report – P. Donkor (pg. 237 in British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 36, 3; June 1998)

A psychological test battery for predicting performance of studnts at the Nurse’s Training College, Accra – Richard D. Trent (pgs. 24-25 in Ghana Medical Journal, 4, 1; March 1965) 

A quantitative study of the Cladocera and Copedoda in the Volta Lake – M. Proszynska (Volta Basin Research Project Technical Report X10, University of Ghana; 1966) 

A Quick Guide to Buying Land and Investing in Ghana J.A. Gerald (Self-published, P.O. Box 456 Ofankor, Accra; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2001; 50 pgs) 

A randomized double-blind placebo-controlled field trial of ivermectin and albendazole alone and in combination for the treatment of lymphatic filariasis in Ghana – Samuel K. Dunyo , Francis K. Nkrumah and Paul E. Simonsen (pgs. 205-211 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 94, 2; March-April 2000)  

A Reader’s Guide to African Literature – H. Zell, H. Silver et al. (Africana Publishing Corp., New York, US; 1971; 232 pgs; Heinemann, London, England; 1972)

A Recipe Book for Ghana Schools – Dr. E. Amarteifio, Mrs. J. Asare, Miss A. Addo and Mrs. E. Chapman (Macmillan and Co., London, England; 1965; 122 pgs; first published 1963, reprinted in 1964, 1965) The authors were described respectively as “Housewife, Accra”; “Home Economist, formerly with the National Food and Nutrition Board, Accra”;” Senior Domestic Science Organiser, Ministry of Education, Accra”; and “Achimota School, Ghana”

A reconsideration of Hausa history before the jihad – F. Fuglestad (pgs. 319-339 in JAH, 19, 3; 1978) 

A Reconsideration of Unemployment Estimates in Ghana A. Baah-Nuakoh (in Legon Economic Studies, No. 8301, University of Ghana; 1983)

A Remark on a Certain Consequence of Connixive Logic for Zermelo’s Set Theory – Kwasi Wiredu (in Studia Logica, 33, 2; 1974) 

A Reply to the Quarterly Review – T.E. Bowdich (Paris, France; 1820) 

A report on a survey of land tenure systems in Ghana (Division of Agricultural Economics; pgs. 1-15 in Ghanaian Bulletin of Agricultural Economics, 2, 1; 1962)

A Reprint of ‘Papers Relating to the Restoration of Ashanti Confederacy’ and ‘A Full and Illustrated Report of the Proceedings of the Restoration of the Ashanti Confederacy’ (Kumasi; December 1984)

A restatement of indirect rule – M. Perham, (pgs. 321-334 in Africa, 7, 3; 1934)

A review of fertilizer responses in West Africa, with special reference to food crops – Peter M. Ahn (pgs. 16-23 in Legon Journal of Agricultural Science, 1, 1; March 1968) 

A review of hydrobiological work by the Volta Basin Research Project, 1963-1968 – G.W. Lawson (Presented at the Regional Meeting of Hydrobiologists in Tropical Africa, Makerere University College, Kampala, Uganda, 20-24 May, 1968; Volta Basin Research Project Techical Report X25; University of Ghana; 1968) 

A review of kenaf research with special reference to Ghana – Sylvester Y. Amanquah (Ghana Universities Press for the Crops Research Institute, Accra; 1968; 16 pgs)

A Review of Literacy in Sub-Saharan Africa: Images in the Making – H.S. Bhola (pgs. 5-20 in African Studies Review, 33, 3; 1990) 

A Review of ‘The Colonial Policy of Lord John Russell’s Administration’, by Earl Grey, 1853; and of subsequent Colonial History C.B. Adderley (London, England; 1869) 

A Review of the Primary Education Sector in Northern Ghana – C. Marshall (Catholic Relief Services Tamale Office, RT 70 Gumani Area, P.O. Box 334 Tamale; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; January 1998; 94 pgs) 

A royal title on a palace tusk from Benin (Southern Nigeria) – Kathleen Hau (pgs. 21-39 in Bulletin de l'IFAN, 26, Series b, 1-2; 1964) 

A search from within: an examination of nepotism, tribalism and other cultural situations in Ghana K.E. Ankrah (in Windows on Africa, (ed.) R.T. Parsons, Leiden, The Netherlands; 1971) 

A Selected Bibliography of Accra, Ghana, a West African Colonial City (1877-1960) – R.R. Brand (Council of Planning Librarians, Monticello IL, US; 1970; 27 pgs) 

A short biography of Togbi Emmanuel Nutornutsi Kluvia – C.K. Wovenu (Self-published, New Tadzewu; 1967; 39 pgs) 

A short guide to fish preservation: with special reference to West African conditions – G.C. Rawson (Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, Italy; 1966; 68 pgs) With a chapter by Florence A. Sai 

A Short History of Africa – R. Oliver and J.D. Fage (Penguin, Harmondsworth, England; 1st and 2nd edtns. 1962, 1970) 

A Short History of Akuapim and Akuropon, an Autobiography E. Samson (Accra; 1908)

A Short History of Education in British West Africa – F.H. Hilliard (Thomas Nelson and Sons, London, England; 1957; 186 pgs) 

A Short History of Rinderpest with Special Reference to Africa – R.M. Mettam (pgs. 22-26 in Uganda Journal, 5; 1937) 

A Short History of Salaga J. Withers Gill (Accra; 1924) 

A Short History of Soccer in Ghana and the Rise of the Black Star Eleven Ohene Djan (Ministry of Information, Accra; 1964)

A Short History of the Buli, Nankani and Kassena-speaking People in the Navrongo area of the Mamprusi District, 2nd August 1933 – Ollivant, DC of Navrongo and Builsa Districts (Retyped July 1985; details to come) As listed in The Slave Trade and Reconciliation: A Northern Ghanaian Perspective, (ed.) A. Howell; 1998 

A Short History of the Catholic Church in Ghana – H.M. Pfann (Catholic Mission Press, Cape Coast; 1965; 172 pgs) 

A Short History of the Dagomba Tribe – Malam Alhassan [translated from a Hausa manuscript in the library of the University of London School of Oriental and African Studies by J. Withers Gill (Government Printer, Accra; no date)

A Short History of the Gold Coast – W.E.F. Ward (Longman, Green, London, England and New York, US; 1935; 241 pgs; several editions until 1956) 

A Short History of West Africa – T.A. Osae and S.N. Nwabara (University of London Press, London, England; 1968) Two volumes, Book 1: AD 1000-1800 

A Short Manual of the Gold Coast – R.S. Rattray (no publisher; 1924; 88 pgs) 

A short note on the National Museum of Ghana – R.B. Nunoo (pgs. 23-24 in West African Archaeological Newsletter, 4; March 1966) 

A Slice of Life, New York Style – Akwasi Aidoo (in Tinabantu, 1, 2; June 2003; Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society, P.O. Box 352, Plumstead, 7800, Cape Town, South Africa; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it fax: (27-21) 762-4452) Prose

‘A Smattering of Education and Petitions’ as Source Material: A Study of African Slaveholders’ Response to Abolition in the Gold Coast (Ghana), 1874-75 – K.O. Akurang-Parry (in History of Africa, 27; 2000)

A Social Accounting Matrix for Ghana, 1993 (Ghana Statistical Service; 1997) 

A Social Definition of the African Intellectual – U. Asika (pgs. 143-152 in The African Reader: Independent Africa, (eds. W. Cartey and M. Kilson, Vintage-Random, New York, US; 1970) 

A Socio-Economic Assessment of Six Cocoa Study Sites in the Western Region (Asempaneye, Enchi, Geman, Wassa-Akropong, Samreboi, Asasetre) – D.B. Sarpong, Francois Ruf, A. Mensah-Bonsu and I.S. Egyir (Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, University of Ghana and CIRAD; Study commissioned and funded by Conservation International-Ghana and UNDP;  2005) 

A Socio-Economic Survey in the Upper East Region with Reference to Drought and Desertification (Department of Geography and Resource Development, University of Ghana; Nov. 1992) Final report submitted to the Environmental Protection Council

A Socio-Medical Adventure in Ghana, Autobiography of Dr. M.A. Barnor – M.A. Barnor, with Victor A. Osei (Vieso Universal (Ghana) Ltd, P.O. Box MA 150, Mampong-Akuapem; 2001; 345 pgs) 

A 'Somewhat Firm Policy': The Role of the Gold Coast Judiciary in Implementing Slave Emancipation, 1874-1900 – Trevor Getz (pgs. 97-117 in Ghana Studies, 2; 1999)

A song from Eweland’s Adangbe – R.G.S. Sprigge (pgs. 23-28 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 10; 1968) 

A Sorcery Hunt – D. Tait (in Africa, Vol. 33; 1963) 

A Source Book of the Constitutional Law of Ghana – S.O. Gyandoh, Jr. and J. Griffith (Accra Catholic Press; 1972) 

A special study of the Ewe barn with special reference to post-harvest losses – J. Rawnsley (Food and Agriculture Organization Regional Office, Accra; 1967; 10 pgs, mimeo) 

A stab in my heart – Willie Donkor (Facts and Fiction Agency, Accra; 1968; 73 pgs) 

A statistical model for spatial patterns of Buruli ulcer in the Amansie West district, Ghana – Alfred A. Duker, Alfred Stein and Martin Hale (in International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation; details to come; 2005)  

A Strategy for Poverty Reduction through Micro-Finance: Experience, Capacities and Prospects – Aba Amissah Quainoo (draft report Government of Ghana, UNDP, African Development Bank and World Bank; August 1997) 

A Stratified Succession of Stone Age Assemblies at Hohoe, Ghana – B.K. Swartz, Jr. (pgs. 57-81 in West African Journal of Archaeology, 4; 1974)

A Study Guide for Ghana – C. Adams (Boston University African Studies Centre, Boston MA, US; 1967; 95 pgs) 

A study in urbanization: progress report on Obuasi project – E. Ampene (pgs. 42-47 in Research Review, 3, 1; 1966) 

A Study of Contemporary Ghana – Volume 1: The Economy of Ghana; Volume 2. Aspects of the Social Structure  of Ghana (eds.) W. Birmingham, I. Neustadt and E.N. Omaboe (Ghana Academy of Sciences; Allen and Unwin, London; Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; 1966 and 1967; Vol. 1 has 472 pgs)

A study of financial and economic consequences of Ghana’s Volta River Project – Part 1. Existent rural economy of the inundated Volta Basin – Kwamena Barnes (Department of Economics, University of Ghana, Legon; 1964-1965; 20 pgs) 

A study of financial and economic consequences of Ghana’s Volta River Project – Part 2. Analysis of sectoral developments, capital costs, economic uses of VRA, electricity power sales, etc. – Kwamena Barnes (Department of Economics, University of Ghana, Legon; 1964-1965; 13 pgs) 

A study of financial and economic consequences of Ghana’s Volta River Project – Part 3. Estimated power revenue and tariff determination – Kwamena Barnes (Department of Economics, University of Ghana, Legon; 1964-1965; 13 pgs) 

A Study of Fourteen Sub-Saharan Countries Martha Ainsworth, Kathleen Beegle, and Andrew Nyamete (Living Standards Measurement Study, Working Paper No. 110, World Bank, Washington DC; 1995) The countries include Botswana, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania and Togo 

A study of impacts of mining sector investment in Ghana on mining communities – T. Akabzaa, and A. Dariamani (Report prepared for the Technical Committee, Structural Adjustment Participatory Review Initiative (SAPRI) on Ghana; 2001) 

A study of infant feeding practices in Accra – Florence E. Dovlo (pgs. 33-60 in FRI Bulletin, 1; Food Reseach Institute, Accra; Jan. 1968)

A Study of Informal Finance in Ghana – Ernest Aryeetey (Working Paper 78, Overseas Development Institute, London, England; 1994) 

A Study of Informal Urban Land Transactions in Accra, Ghana A. Antwi (RICS Foundation, ISSN 1464-648X; 2002) 

A Study of Institutional, Legal Problems Associated with Land Delivery in Accra (E. Acquaye and Associates, report for Accra Planning and Development Programme/UNDP/UNHCS; 1980) 

A study of malaria care provider choice in Ghana – Janet Dzator and John Asafu-Adjaye (pgs. 389-401in Health Policy, 69, 3; Sept. 2004)

A study of the bacteriology of raw milk produced by dairy herds on the Accra Plains of Ghana – D.A. Ayebo, R.K.G. Assoku and E.N.W. Oppong (pgs. 9-18 in Ghana Journal of Science, 16; 1976) 

A Study of the Ewe Language – D.H. Westermann (transl. from the German by A.L. Bickford-Smith; 1930; Oxford University Press, London, England; 1965; 258 pgs)  

A study of the self-concepts of Ghanaian children using the who-are-you technique – Richard D. Trent (pgs. 78-91 in Ghana Journal of Science, 5, 1; 1965)

A Study of the Use of ‘Kaluguteem’ During Pregnancy by Women in the Yendi District – G.K. Kanda (1997; details to come) 

A study of thioridagine hedrocholoride (Melleril) on chronic schizophrenics – E.B. Forster (pgs. 22-24 in Ghana Medical Journal, 4, 1; March 1965)

A study on geotechnical characteristics of Accra formations – H.S. Bhatia (Technical Paper No. 4, Building and Road Research Institute, Kumasi; 1968; 23 pgs)

A Study on the Market for Organic Cocoa (ICCO, EX/130/20, London, England; http://www.icco.org; 2006) 

A study on the provocative day test effect of ivermectin and albendazole on nocturnal periodic Wuchereria bancrofti microfilaraemia – Samuel K. Dunyo, Francis K. Nkrumah and Paul E. Simonsen (pgs. 608-610 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 93, 6; November-December 1999)  

A Summary History of the Ghana Press, 1822-1960 – K.A.B. Jones-Quartey (Ghana Information Services, Accra; 1974; 68 pgs) 

A survey for haemoglobin variants, thalassaemia and glucose -6-phosphate dehydragenase deficiency in Northern Ghana – B. Ringelhann (pgs. 120-124 in Ghana Medical Journal, 7, 3; Sept. 1968) 

A Survey of Borrowed Words in Dangme – M.E. Kropp Dakubu (in Papers in Ghanaian Linguistics, Research Review, Supplement 4; Legon; no date)

A Survey of Health Financing Schemes in Ghana C. Atim, S. Grey, P. Apoya, S.J. Anie and M. Aikins (Abt Associates Inc., Bethesda MD, US; 2001)

A survey of housing conditions and characteristics in Accra, an African city – Kwadwo Konadu-Agyemang (pgs. 15-34 in Habitat International, 25, 1; March 2001)

A survey of metropolitan food hygiene and control – Gladys Okraku-Offei (pgs. 67-69 in FRI Research Bulletin, 1, 1 Jan. 1968) 

A Survey of the Elderly in the Accra Region C.K. Brown (African Gerontology, No. 4, International Centre for Social Gerontology, Paris, France; 1985)

A survey of the levels and age distribution of African mortality, based on reports on special studies in fifteen areas – I.K. Saakwa-Mante (pgs. 2-8 in Ghana Medical Journal, 1, 1; March 1965) 

A Survey of Wages and Employment: A Case Study of Social Security and National Insurance Trust (Osu District) – A. Tsekpo (ISSER Discussion Paper No. 28, University of Ghana; 1997; 24 pgs) 

A Survey on Children in Difficult Situation at Agbobloshie Market (Ghana National Commission on Children, GNCC, Accra; 1994)

A systems approach to malaria control: an institutional perspective – Tugrul Temel (pgs. 161-180 in Health Policy, 71, 2; Feb. 2005)

A Tale of Two Cultures: Ethnicity and Cycling Behaviour in Urban Ghana M. Grieco, J. Turner and E. Kwakye (Transport Research Record, Washington, DC; 1994) 

A Tale of Two Ghanas: The View from the Classroom – B.K. Adipah, J.M. Dzinyela, K. Anku, K. Gala, F. Godwyll, E. Goody, R. Kraft, J. Larcom and B. Okyere (USAID report; 1995; 159 pgs) An analysis of “the provision of effective teaching and learning in Primary and JSS with an emphasis on equity and efficiency”

A Tale of Two Regimes: Imperialism, the Military and Class in Ghana – E. Hutchful (pgs. 36-55 in Review of African Political Economy, 6, 14; 1979) 

A Ten-Year Plan of Development and Welfare for the Gold Coast (Government Printing Department, Accra; 1946) 

A textbook of forensic pharmacy in Ghana – S.M. Heman-Ackah (University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana; 1968; 153 pgs) 

A theoretical approach to military rule in new states: reference-group theory and the Ghanaian case R. Price (in World Politics, 23, 3; 1971) 

A Thesaurus of African Languages: A Classified and Annotated Inventory of the Spoken Languages of Africa – M. Mann and D. Dalby (Hans Zell, London, England; 1987)

A Trading Family in the Nineteenth Century Gold Coast – H. Swanzy (pgs. 87-120 in Transactions of the Gold Coast and Togoland Historical Society, 2, 2; Achimota; 1956) 

A Treasury of African Folklore – (ed.) Harold Coulander (Crown Publishers, New York, US; 1975)

A Tribute for the Negro: being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual and Religious Capabilities of the Coloured Portion of Mankind – Wilson Armistead (Manchester, England; 1848)

A Tropical Dependency Lady Lugard (London; 1905) 

A Unified Orthography for the Akan Languages of Ghana and Ivory Coast: General Unified Spelling Rules – N’Guessan Jeremie Kouadio, Kofi Agyekum, Kofi Korankye Saah, James Gyekye-Aboagye, Kalilou Tera, Djaban Tano Kouame (CASAS Monograph Series No. 20; 2003)  

A unique Ghana stool – M.J. Field (pg. 195 in Man, 65; November-December 1965)

A United States of Africa – Julius K. Nyerere (in Journal of Modern African Studies; Jan. 1963; reprinted in Freedom and Unity: a selection from writings and speeches, Oxford University Press, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; 1967)

A value analysis of Ghanaian legal development since independence W.B. Harvey (in University of Ghana Law Journal, 1, 1; 1964) 

A Vanished Dynasty; Ashanti F. Fuller (J. Murray, London, England; 1921; Frank Cass, 1968; 241 pgs) He was Chief Commissioner in Asante in 1902-1920 (McFarland)

A View of Kwame Nkrumah, 1909-1972: An Interpretation – Kwame Arhin (Sedco Publishing Limited, P.O. Box 2051, Accra; 1990; 47 pgs) 

A view of the slave trade from the margin: Souroudougou in the late nineteenth century slave trade of the Niger bend – Andrew Hubbell (pgs. 25-47 in Journal of African History, 42; 2001) 

A Vindication of the African Race – J.A.B. Horton (Gold Coast; 1868) 

A Vision for Post-Graduate Education in Ghana – Kwame Gyekye (for National Council for Tertiary Education Technical Report Series, NCTE, Accra; 2002) 

A Visit to the Gold Coast D. Westerman (in Africa, 1, 1, London, England; 1928) 

A visitor’s guide to Ghanaian customs and other matters – Andrew C. Denteh (Self-published, Legon; 1967; 63 pgs) 

A Voyage to Abyssinia – Jeronymo Lobo (London, England; 1735) 

A Voyage to Africa W. Hutton (Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, London, England; 1821; 488 pgs) Hutton was on the Dupuis mission to Asante in 1820 (McFarland) 

A Voyage to Guinea, Brasil and the West Indies – J. Atkins (London, England; 1841)

A wooden doll from Obomeng, Kwahu – Kwabena Ameyaw (pg. 17 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 8; 1966)

A world of peoples: the BBC Reith Lectures for 1965 – Robert Gardiner (Longmans, London, England; 1966; 93 pgs) 

A Wreath for Udomo – Peter Abrahams (details to come; 1956) Novel described by R. Priebe as a “thinly disguised attack on Nkrumah” by the South African novelist 

A Woman in Her Prime [novel] – Samuel Asare Konadu (Heinemann, London, England; 1967; 107 pgs) 

Abankaba – Ghanatta (a.k.a. Yaw Boakye) (State Publishing Corporation, Accra-Tema; 1966; 40 pgs) Cartoons 

Abedi Ayew Pele tells his story – K. Vieta (pgs. 5, 7 in New Nation, 1, 7; 1992)

Abetifi – E.A. Afro (pgs. 1-3 in New Ghana, 10, 7; 1966) 

Abolition and Economic Change in the Gold Coast E. Reynolds (in The Abolition of the Atlantic Slave Trade, (eds.) D. Eltis and J. Walvin; Madison WI, US; 1981)

Abolitionism and African Political Thought – G. Shepperson (pgs. 22-26 in Transition, 3, 12; 1964) 

Abortion care in a teaching hospital in Ghana [Short communication] – E. K. Srofenyoh and A. T. Lassey (pgs. 77-78 in International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 82, 1; July 2003)  

Abortion: The Case of Chenard Ward, Korle Bu from 2000 to 2001 – Richard W.N. Yeboah and Monica C. Kom (in Research Review (new series) 19, 1; Legon; 2003)

Above-ground biomass, nutrients, and persistence of an early and a late maturing Mucuna variety in the Forest–Savannah Transitional Zone of Ghana J. Anthofer and J. Kroschel (pgs. 59-77in Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 110, 1-2, 1 Oct. 2000)

Abrem Stool: A Contribution to the History and Historiography of Southern Ghana D.P. Henige (pgs. 1-18 in The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 6, 1; 1973) 

Abstracts of Basel Mission Gold Coast Correspondence – P. Jenkins (typescript in the Balme Library, University of Ghana, Legon, and the Centre for West African Studies, Birmingham, England; 1970) 

Abundant Grace of God J. Arthur (Kwame Nkrumah University Press, Kumasi; 1965; 28 pgs) 

Aburokyiri akwantusem – R.O. Danso (Self-published; Accra; 1966; 47 pgs) Roughly, “About travelling abroad”; Asante-Twi

Abusa: The Structural History of an Economic Contract – A.F. Robertson (pgs. 447-478 in Journal of Development Studies, 18, 4; 1982) 

Academic freedom and university autonomy: preliminary thoughts from Africa – Akilagpa Sawyerr (pgs. 281-287 in Higher Education Policy, 9, 4; 1996) 

Academics in Ghana Politics – M. Assimeng (pgs. 1-26 in Legon Journal of the Humanities, 3; 1987) 

Acanthodrilidae and Eudrilidae (Oligochaeta from Ghana) – R.W. Sims (pgs. 283-311 in British Natural History Museum, Bulletins, Zoology series, 12, 8, London, England; 1965)

Accelerated Development Plan for Education 1951 (Government Printer, Accra; 1951) 

Accelerating Population and Reproductive Health Programme Implementation in Ghana (National Population Council, Accra; 1998)  

Acceptance criteria of defects in undersea pipeline using internal inspection H.S. Choi and J.G. Bomba   (pgs. 1613-1624 in Ocean Engineering, 30, 13; Sept. 2003)

This paper establishes acceptance criteria for interpretation of the internal inspection results of undersea pipelines. There are no specific rules or guidelines for the acceptance criteria of existing pipelines using a certain internal inspection method. Acceptable criteria were established with a case study of a 609.6 mm (24 in.) diameter, concrete weight coated pipeline that delivers fuel oil to a thermal power plant in Ghana (Science Direct)  

Access of Women to Employment in Ghana – A.D. Akuffo (pgs. 25-39 in Greenhill Journal of Administration (GIMPA), 10, 25; 1996) 

Access to and Control over Agricultural Land Resources in Northern Ghana – J.T. Bugri (Land Policy Research Report, OXFAM GB Ghana; 2004) 

Accessibility, Mobility and the Development Process – S. Tetteh Addo (in Research Review (new series) 11, 1 & 2; Legon; 1995) 

Accountability in National Life – Proceedings of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 28, 1990 (Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences; 1994; 114 pgs

Accountancy education and training needs appraisal and proposals – J.B. Ato Ghartey (pgs. 14-18, 20 in The Professional Accountant; Dec. 1991)

Accounting for Horror: Post-Genocide Debates in Rwanda – Nigel Eltringham (Pluto Press, London, England; 2004; 232 pgs) Draws on extensive research among Rwandese in Rwanda and Europe, and on work with a conflict-resolution NGO in post-genocide Rwanda, to argue that single, absolutist narratives and representations of genocide actually reinforce the modes of thinking that fuelled the genocide in the first place (ABCBR)  

Accounting for the Reduction in Rural Poverty in Ghana, 1988-92 – C. Jones and Y. Xiao (World Bank PSP Discussion Paper No. 84; 1995) 

Accra – A.T. Amuzu and J. Leitmann (pgs. 5-9 in Cities, 11, 1; 1994)

Accra – R. Grant and P. Yankson (pgs. 65-74 in Cities, 20, 1; Feb. 2003)

Accra: a way forward for mental health care in Ghana? – Hannah Roberts (page 1859 in The Lancet, 357, 9271; 9 June 2001)

Accra and Abidjan: A Comparative Examination of the Theory of Increase in Scale – R. Clignet and J. Sween (pgs. 289-302 in Urban Affairs Quarterly, 4, 4; 1969) 

Accra, Plan for the Town (Town and Country Planning Division, Accra; 1958)

Accra Plains irrigation feasibility study [3 vols.] (Kaiser Engineers and Constructors, Oakland CA, US; 1965) 

Accra Survey: a social survey of the capital of Ghana, formerly called the Gold Coast, undertaken for the West African Institute of Social and Economic Research, 1953-1956 Ioné Acquah (London, England; 1958; 176 pgs)

Accra-Tema Water Supply and Sewage Project Review Master Plan, Final Report, Vol. 2 (Tahal Consulting Engineers and Architectural and Engineering Services Corporation; 1981) Report for the Ghana Water and Sewerage Corporation

Accra Traffic Survey 1970 (Associated Consultant Accra and Ministry of Works and Housing (Town and Country Planning; 1972) 

Accra Urban Food and Nutrition Survey, 1998 (IFPRI Research Report, IFPRI, Washington DC, US; 1998)

Accra – Vision is failing for river-blindness control in Ghana – Philip Stevenson (pg. 2143 in The Lancet, 354, 9196; 18-25 December 1999)

Accra Waste Project (AWP): Social Amenity Baseline Study – J. Songsore and C. Stephens (A Study for the UK Department for International Development in collaboration with Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick Engineers; final draft; 1999)

Accumulation on a World Scale: a Critique of the Theory of Underdevelopment – S. Amin (Monthly Review Press, New York, US; 1974)

Accumulation, Wealth and Belief in Asante History – I: To the Close of the Nineteenth Century – T.C. McCaskie (pgs. 23-43 in Africa, 53,1; 1983)

Accumulation, Wealth and Belief in Asante History – II: The Twentieth Century – T.C. McCaskie (pgs. 3-23 in Africa, 56, 1; 1986)

Achebe’s Anthills of the Savannah: a study – A. Agyare-Amoako (pgs. 103-107 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 10, 3; Oct. 1990) 

Achievement in the Gold Coast; Aspects of Development in a British West African Territory – Gold Coast Colony Public Relations Department (Government Printer, Accra; 1951; 96 pgs) 

Achievements of the Progress Party 1969-71, The Constitution of the PP – R. Kakrabah-Quarshie (Accra; 1971) 

Achievements under the Fourth Republic (1992-1996) (Ministry of Education; 1997) 

Achieving our Country: Leftist Thought in Twentieth Century America – Richard Rorty (Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA, US; 1998) 

Achimota: Comments on the Inspectors’ Report – A.G. Frazier (Prince of Wales School Press, Achimota; 1932) 

Achimota in the National Setting – F. Agbodeka (Afram Publications, Accra; 1977; 208 pgs)

Achimota revisited: reliving the past – Ian Hall (pgs. 1478-1480 in West Africa; 31 Aug.-6 Sept. 1992) The musician reminisces, including about Rawlings

Achimota: The Early Years, 1924-1948 – C. Kingsley Williams (Longmans, London, England; 1963; 158 pgs; also found listed as Longmans, Accra; 1962) 

Achtzig Ansichten von der Goldküste (Westafrika) nach Originalaufnahmen des Missionars Fritz Ramseyer – Fritz Ramseyer (Neuenburg (Neuchâtel), Germany; 1885)

ACP-EEC Convention of Lome 1975 (University of Ghana Law Journal, Vol. 13; 1976; 184 pgs)

Acquiescence in English law and the customary land law in Ghana and Nigeria – Gordon R. Woodman (pgs. 41-58 in Journal of African Law, 15, 1 ; London, England; 1971) 

Acquisition du français, langue étrangère, considérations méthodologiques – Ch. Bouton (pgs. 10-12 in French in Ghana, 7, 1; March 1967) Roughly, ‘Methodological considerations for learning French as a foreign language’ 

Acres of Skin: Human Experiments at Holmesburg Prison: A True Story of Abuse and Exploitatin in the Name of Medical Science – A.M. Hornblum (Routledge, New York, US; 1998)

Action on pilocarpine on the guinea-pig tracheal chain – R.K. Kotoh-Mortty (pgs. 92-94 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 10, 2; 1990)

Action research in West African schools: problems and prospects – John Pryor (pgs. 219-228 in International Journal of Educational Development, 18, 3; May 1998)

Activities of Danish Botanists in Guinea, 1783-1850 C.D. Adams (pgs. 30-46 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 3, 1; 1957)

Actor networking, technological planning and conceptions of space: The dynamics of irrigation farming in the coastal savanna of Ghana  Michael O'Neal Campbell (pgs. 367-381 in Applied Geography, 25, 4; Oct. 2005) 

Acute and sub-chronic evaluation of Indigoferra arrecta: Absence of toxicity and modulation of selected cytochrome P450 isozymes in ddY mice – A.K. Nyarko, N-A. Ankrah, M. Ofosuhene and A.A. Sittie (pgs. 686-688 in Phytotherapy Research, 13; 1999) 

Acute intestinal obstruction in Accra – W.A.C. Nanka-Bruce (pg. 70 in Ghana Medical Journal, 5, 2; June 1966) 

Ad Hoc Expert Group Meeting on Measures Pertaining to Urban Environmental health Problems in Africa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 26-30 May, 1977; ECA/FSSDD/ADHOC/EXP/UEHP/7

Adampe and Anfue dialects of Ewe in the Polyglotta Africana – M.E. Kropp (pgs. 116-124 in Sierra Leone Language Review, 5; 1966) 

Adangbe (Adangme) History Enoch Azu (Accra; 1929)  

Adangme Vocabularies, including a klama vocabulary – T.N. Accam, (ed.) M.E. Kropp (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; 1966; 75 pgs)

Adaptation of Ghanaian Refugees in Toronto – E. Opoku-Dapaah (York Lanes Press, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, Toronto, Canada; 1993) 

Adapting Co-operatives and Quasi Co-operatives to the Market Structures and Conditions of Under-developed Countries – M. Miracle (mimeo; University of Wisconsin, Madison WI, US; 1967)

Adasa enyiedzi ho dawurbo (Declaration of Human Rights) (United Nations Office of Public Information, translated by Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1967; 12 pgs) Fante

Adasamma yiedie ho amodisem (Declaration of Human Rights) (United Nations Office of Public Information, translated by Bureau of Ghana Languages; Accra; 1967; 12 pgs) Twi

Adinkra Cloth Symbols of the Akan of Ghana – by G. F. Kojo Arthur (CEFIKS CD-ROM Series No. 1; CEFIKS Publications, 3548 Cherry Hill Court, Beltsville MD 20705, US; tel. 301-592-7615; Centre for Indigenous Knowledge Systems, P.O. Box CO 435,Tema, Ghana; www.cfiks.org; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2003) 

Adinkra oration – Angela Christian (Catholic Press, Accra; 1976)

Adinkra symbolism – Ablade Glover (Liberty Press, Accra; 1971) A chart; can we assume this is the famous artist? 

Adjusting Society: The World Bank, the IMF and Ghana – L. Brydon and K. Legge (International Library of African Studies, 5; St. Martin's Press; 1996; 222 pgs) Book News says this anthropological study compares the instrumental visions of the IMF and World Bank's view of Ghana as an exemplar of the new modern African state, with the experiences and worldviews of selected rural and urban populations. This is the first major published output from a project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (UK) begun in 1990 

Adjusting to the Social Costs of Adjustment in Ghana: Problems and Prospects – S. Gayi (mimeo, UNRISD, Geneva, Switzerland; 1994)

Adjustment and Equity in Ghana – A. Roe and H. Schneider (with G. Pyatt) (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development [OECD], 2, rue André-Pascal, 75775 Paris CEDEX 16, France; 1992; 160 pgs) 

Adjustment and Poverty: Options and Choices – Frances Stewart (Routledge, Lodnon, England; 1995)

Adjustment, Employment and Labour Market Institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Emerging Consensus on Consultative Policy Designs (International Labour Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; 1997) 

Adjustment for Stabilisation or Growth? Ghana and The Gambia – Trevor W. Parfitt (pgs. 55-72 in Review of African Political Economy 22, 63; March 1995) 

Adjustment in Africa: Lessons from Ghana (Overseas Development Institute Briefing Paper No. 3, ODI, London, England; July 1996) 

Adjustment in Africa: Reforms, Results and the Road Ahead (World Bank; Oxford University Press, New York, US; 1994) 

Adjustment Lending: An Evaluation of Ten Years of Experience (World Bank Policy Research Series 1; 1988) 

Adjustment or De-linking? – (ed.) A. Mahjoub (Zed Books/United Nations University, London, England; 1990) 

Adjustment Policies and Access to Food in Ghana – A. Tabatabai (in International Labor Review, 127, 6; 1986) 

Adjustment Policies and Programmes to Protect Children and Other Vulnerable Groups in Ghana  (UNICEF in Adjustment with a Human Face: Protecting the Vulnerable and Promoting Growth, (eds.) G. A. Cornia, R. Jolly and F. Stewart, Clarendon Press, Oxford, England; 1987) 

Adjustment Programmes and Agricultural incentives in Sudan: A Comparative Study N.A. Elamin and E.M. Mak (African Economic Research Consortium Research Paper No. 63, Nairobi, Kenya; 1997) 

Adjustment, State Rehabilitation and Democratization – E. Gyimah-Boadi (in Between Repression and Liberalization: the Politics of Structural Adjustment in Africa, (eds.) T. Mkandawire and A. Olukoshi; Codesria, Dakar, Senegal; 1995)

Adjustment with a Human Face: Protecting the Vulnerable and Promoting Growth – A Study by UNICEF – (eds.) G.A. Cornia, R. Jolly, F. Stewart (UNICEF, New Y ork, US; 1987) 

Administered Prices and Agricultural Development in Ghana – K. Ewusi (ISSER Discussion Paper No. 22, University of Ghana; 1985) 

Administering Empire: An Annotated Checklist of Personal Memoirs and Related Studies – T. Barringer (Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London, England; 2004; 129 pgs) Annotated bibliography of the British Colonial Service in the 20th century, concentrating on memoirs, biographies and autobiographies (ABCBR) 

Administration and Development in Northern Ghana, 1898-1931 – Raymond Bagulo Bening (pgs. 58-76 in Ghana Social Science Journal, 4, 2; 1977)

Administrative Aspects of Implementing Economic Policies: the Case of Public Sector PPBMED with Special Emphasis on the PPMED of the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) – M.Y. Boateng and E.O. Asante (SDA Desk, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Accra; 1992) 

Adolescent Fertility and Reproductive Behaviour in Ghana: A Case Study of Accra and Kumasi – J.S. Nabila and Clara Fayorsey (Family Development

Programme, University of Ghana, Legon; 1995) 

Adolescent Reproductive Health Policy (National Population Council, Accra; 2000) 

Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Ghana: A Synthesis of Research Evidence – K. Awusabo-Asare, A.M. Abane and A. Kumi-Kyereme (Occasional Report No. 13, Guttmacher Institute, New York, US; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2004) 

Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Ghana: Results from the 2004 National Survey of Adolescents – K. Awusabo-Asare, Ann Biddlecomb, Akwasi Kumi-Kyereme and Kate Patterson (Occasional Report No. 22, Guttmacher Institute, New York, US; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2006) 

Adonis, Attis, Osiris – J.G. Frazer (London, England; 1907) 

Adowu edodo – J.S. Blay (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1967; 68 pgs) Nzema 

ADRA, Ghana in Brief: Changing the World One Life at a Time (Adventist Development and Relief Agency, Accra; 2002) 

Adult Education and the Human Environment – (ed.) K.A.B. Jones-Quartey (with associates: E. Ampene, E.A. Haizel, K.O. Hagan, E.A. Mensah) (Institute of Adult Education, University of Ghana, Legon; 1974) 

Adult Education in English-Speaking West Africa – K.A.B. Jones-Quartey (in Adult Education and Nation-Building, (ed.) John Lowe, Edinburgh, Scotland; 1970)

Adult Literacy Programmes in Ghana: An Evaluation – Niels-Hugo Blunch and Claus Pörtner (mimeo; Human Development Network Education Programme, World Bank; 2004)

Adventures and Missionary Labours in Several Countries in the Interior of Africa – T.J. Bowen (New York, US; 1857) 

Advocacy for a Better Implementation of Women’s Rights in Ghana – Dorcas Coker-Appiah and Joanna Foster (WILDAF/FEDDAF/GHANA/WASRO; 2003) 

Advocacy Workshop on the Study of Constraints Facing the Implementation of Government Policy on the Purchase of Made-in-Ghana Goods (Private Enterprise Foundation, Ghana government and UNDP, Accra; 2001; 53 pgs) 

Adwowa dwontofo – A.P.A. Martinson (Waterville Publishing House, Accra; 1965; 27 pgs) Twi 

Adwuku: fortified hill-top village in Shai – Paul Ozanne (pgs. 4-5 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 7; January 1965) 

Aerial photograph of part of Tamne Land Planning Area – Upper Region (pgs. 174-176 in Miscellaneous Information, Division of General Agriculture, in Ministry of Agriculture library, Accra; 1961)

Affairs of West Africa – E.D. Morel (London, England; 1902) 

Afoofi bere nhoma – A.P.A. Martinson (Waterville Publishing House, Accra; 1966; 140 pgs) Akuapem-Twi 

Africa and the Africans – Edward Blyden (London, England; 1903; further details to come)

Africa and Africans in the making of the Atlantic World 1400-1680 – J. Thornton (US; 1992) Dates listed in Abdul Alkalimat (2004) as 1400-1800 

Africa and Her Writers – Chinua Achebe (pgs. 19-29 in Morning Yet on Creation Day; Heinemann, London, England; 1975; also on pgs. 13-15, 50-53 in In Person: Achebe, Awoonor, Soyinka, (ed.) K. Morell; University of Washington Press, Seattle Washington, US; 1975) Includes references to Ayi Kwei Armah  

Africa and historical research – A.P. Newton (pgs. 266-277 in Journal of the African Society [later called African Affairs] 22, 88; 1923)

Africa and Its Significant Others – (ed.) Isabel Hoving (Rodopi, England; 2003; 208 pgs) Discusses the roots of culture, economic and cultural entanglement between Africa, Europe and the Americas, and the creation of national identities, and includes essays on Mongo Beti, Buchi Emecheta, female genital mutilation, Waris Dirie, Western philosophy and the study of aesthetics in African cultures and the Black Atlantic, with an essay on Caryl Philips and Ellen Ombre in French (ABCBR) 

Africa and the Africans – Edward Blyden (London, England; 1903) 

Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa – J.W.E. Bowen (Atlanta GA; US; 1896; Mnemosyne Publishers, Miami FL, US; 1969 edition)  

Africa and the discovery of America [3 vols.] – L. Wiener (Innes, Philadelphia PA, US; 1920-22)

Africa and the Francophone Dream – Ayi Kwei Armah (pgs. 884-885 in West Africa; 28 April 1986) Essay 

Africa and the Imperative of Philosophy: A Poverty of the Speculative – Oyekan Owomoyela (in African Studies Review, 30, 1; 1987) 

Africa and the International Economy, 1800-1960 – J.F. Munro (Dent, London, England; 1976)

Africa and the Middle East Conflict – A. Oded (Lynne Rienner, Boulder CO, US; 1987)

Africa and the Victorians: the official mind of imperialism – R. Robinson and J. Gallagher (Macmillan, London, England; 1961) 

Africa and the West: Intellectual Responses to European Culture – (ed.) P.D. Curtin (University of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI, US; 1972) 

Africa and the written word / L'Afrique et la lettre – David Dalby (Editions Karthala; Paris, France; 1986)

Africa: Britain’s Third Empire – George Padmore (Dennis Dobson Ltd, London, England; 1949; 266 pgs)

Africa in an Era of Crisis Kofi Buenor Hadjor (Africa World Press, 15 Industry Court, Trenton, NJ 08638, US; 1990; 226 pgs) 

Africa in Modern History – Basil Davidson (Allen Lane, London, England; 1978) Is this the same as Africa in History by the same author, published in 1969?

Africa in Retrospect – A.B. Assensoh (Arthur Stockwell Ltd, Ilfracombe, Devon, England; 1985; 76 pgs) 

Africa in Search for an Alternative Development Path – E. Aryeetey (in Planning African Growth and Development: Some Current Issues – A Joint ISSER/UNDP Publication (ISSER; 1989)

Africa In Search of Democracy – Kofi Abrefa Busia (Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, England; Praeger, New York, US; 1967; 192 pgs) 

Africa in Search of Ideology [Vol. 1 of National Agrarianism] – J. Abraham (East African Literature Bureau, Kampala, Uganda; Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; 1973) 

Africa in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: a handbook for teachers and students – (eds.) Joseph C. Anene and Godfrey N. Brown (Nelson, London, England; 1966; Hong Kong; 1981) 

Africa in the Wider World – (eds.) David Brokensha and Michael Crowder (Pergamon Press, London, England; 1967)  

Africa in Transformation – Political and Economic Transformation and Socio-Political Responses in Africa, Vol. 1 – Political and Economic Issues (eds.) Kwesi Prah and Abdel Ghaffar Mohammed Ahmed (Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa, P.O. Box 31971, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; 2000; 236 pgs) 

Africa in Transformation – Political and Economic Transformation and Socio-Political Responses in Africa, Vol. 2 – Political and Economic Reforms, Transformations and Gender Issues – (eds.) Kwesi Prah and Abdel Ghaffar Mohammed Ahmed (Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa, P.O. Box 31971, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; 2000; 340 pgs)

Africa: Its Peoples and Their Culture – George P. Murdock (New York, US; 1959; further details to come)

Africa Misunderstood: or Whatever Happened to the Rural-Urban Gap? – V. Jamal and J. Weeks (Macmillan, London, England; 1993)

Africa Must Unite – Julius K. Nyerere (1997; edited extracts from a public lecture delivered in Accra to mark Ghana’s 40th Independence Day anniversary celebrations; United New Africa Global Network website: http://www.unitednewafrica.com/Africa%20Unite.htm) 

Africa Must Unite Kwame Nkrumah (Praeger, New York, US; 1963; Heinemann London, England; 1965; International Publishers, New York, US; 1970; PANAF Books, 75 Weston Street, London SE1 3RS, tel: (44-0) 2074-03-0855; fax: (44-0) 1785 82 3766; www.panafbooks.com, This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; Hensteve Publications Ltd, Pavilion E, Trade Fair Centre, La; P.O. Box GPO 973, Accra; tel: (233-21) 769326, fax: (233-21) 772063; 229 pgs)  

Africa Now: People, Policies, Institutions – (ed.) Stephen Ellis; James Currey, London, England; Heinemann, Portsmouth NH, US; 1996) 

Africa Remembered: Narratives by West Africans from the Era of the Slave Trade P.D. Curtin (University of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI, US; 1967; 363 pgs; Waveland Press, Prospect Heights IL, US; 1997)

Africa Seen by American Negroes [cover title] Africa from the Point of View of American Negro Scholars [inside title page title] – (ed.) J.A. Davis (Présence Africaine, Paris, France; 1958; American Society of African Culture, New York, US; 1963) 

Africa since 1800 – R. Oliver and A. Atmore (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2nd edtn; 1972)

Africa since Independence: A Comparative History P. Nugent (Palgrave/Macmillan, London, England; 2004; 620 pgs) A comparison of the historical trajectories of former French, British, Portuguese and Spanish colonies, examining among other elements the effects of different political regimes and conflicts, and the impact of HIV/AIDS (ABCBR) 

Africa Speaks; a Collection of Original Verse – Michael Francis Dei-Anang (2nd edition, Guinea Press, Accra; 1960; 104 pgs) 

Africa: The Dynamics of Change – (eds.) K.A.B. Jones-Quartey and H. Passin (Ibadan University Press, Nigeria; 1963) 

Africa: The Face behind the Mask – Basil Davidson (in The Light of the Past: A Treasury of Horizon (Simon and Schuster Inc., New York NY, US; 1967) 

Africa: the politics of independence – I. Wallerstein (New York, US; 1961) 

Africa Through Ghanaian Lenses – S.E. Quainoo (details to come; 2004) 

Africa to 1875: a Modern History – R. Hallett (Michigan University Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, US; 1970) 

Africa Unbound: Reflections of an African Statesman Alex Quaison-Sackey (Praeger, New York NY, US; Andre Deutsch, London, England; 1963; 174 pgs) Also found listed as 1965 

Africa Within the World: Beyond Dispossession and Dependence – (ed.) Adebayo Adedeji; Zed Books, London, England; 1993)  

Africa: World of New Men – John J. Considine (Dodd Mead, New York NY, US; 1959)

African Adjustment Case Study: The Case of Ghana (World Bank, Western Africa Department; January 1993)

African Alternative Framework to Structural Adjustment Programmes for Socio-Economic Recovery and Transformation (UN Economic Commission for Africa, ECA, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; 1989) In the time of Adedeji 

African-American Exploration in West Africa: Four Nineteenth Century Diaries – (eds.) James Fairhead, Tim Geysbeek, Sven E. Holsoe and Melissa Leach (Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, US; 2003; 440 pgs) In the 1860s, several thousand African Americans emigrated to the relatively new nation of Liberia. Between 1858 and 1874, three of them – James L. Sims, George L. Seymour and Benjamin J.K. Anderson – explored the territory that is now Liberia and Guinea. Their travel diaries provide a unique perspective on 19th century Liberian life (ABCBR)

African and Asian Systems of Slavery – (ed.) J.L. Watson (Berkeley CA, US; 1980) 

African and Caribbean Politics – From Kwame Nkrumah to Maurice Bishop Manning Marable (Verso – New Left Books, 6 Meard Street, London W1V 3HR; 1987; 314 pgs) 

African and Levantine trading firms in Ghana P.C. Garlick (in Proceedings of a Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Sociological and Economic Research, Lagos, Nigeria; 1960) 

African Archaeology: A Critical Introduction – (ed.) A.B. Stahl (Blackwell Publishing, England; 2005; 490 pgs) Challenges misconceptions, teaches students how to evaluate claims about Africa’s past, explores the assumptions that have framed research, assesses the quality and reliability of evidence and charts emerging research directions (ABCBR) 

African Art – Michel Leiris and Jacqueline Delange (publisher details to come; London, England; 1969) 

African art and leadership (eds.) D. Fraser and H. Cole, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI, US; 1972) 

African Books in Print: An Index by Author, Subject and Title – (ed.) H. Zell (2nd edition, Vols. 1 & 2, Meckler Books, Westport CT, US; 1978; 322 and 543 pgs)

African Boundaries: A Legal and Diplomatic Encyclopaedia – I. Brownlie (C. Hurst, London, England; 1979)

African Boundary Problems – (ed.) Carl Gösta Widstrand (Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Uppsala, Sweden; 1969) 

African Business Enterprise: A Study of a Group of Traders in Kumasi P.C. Garlick (University of Ghana Economic Research Division, Achimota; 1958; 68 pgs) 

African Businessmen and Foreign Capital: Conflict or Collaboration – P.T. Kennedy (in African Affairs, 76, 303; 1977) 

African Challenge E. Bruce (details to come; 1957)  

African Charismatics: Current Developments within Independent

Indigenous Pentecostalism in Ghana – J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu (E.J. Brill, The Netherlands; 2004; 260 pgs) 

African Concept of God P. A. Dopamu (in God, Man and Judgement, (eds.) S. U. Erivwo  et al.; Matanmi and Sons Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd., Ilorin, Nigeria; 1981) 

African Creative Fiction and a Poetics of Social Change: Sembène, Ngugi, Armah – Kofi Anyidoho (pgs. 67-81 in Komparatistische Hefte, 13; 1986) 

African Crisis Areas and US Foreign Policy – (eds.) J.S. Coleman and R.L. Sklar (Berkeley CA, US; 1985) 

African Cultural Values – An Introduction – Kwame Gyekye (Sankofa Publishing Co, P.O. Box 97, Legon; Fourth edition; first published 1996; reprints and editions 1998, 2000, 2002, 2003; 194 pgs)   

African Development in a Comparative Perspective (UNCTAD, Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US; 2000)

African Development in the Context of the New World Trade and Financial Regimes: The Role of the WTO and its Relationship to the World Bank and IMF – I. Elbadawi and G. Helleiner (forthcoming in (eds.) A. Oyejide and W. Lyakurwa; 2004)

African Economic Development – W.A. Hance (Harper Books, New York; 1958) Presents an optimistic picture of the potential of the Volta Project, according to A.W. Seidman

African Economic History: International Development and External Dependency – R.A. Austen (James Currey, London, England; 1987)

African Economic Unification: Some Perspectives, Paths and Problems – R.H. Green (in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 9, 2; 1965)

African Economies and the Politics of Permanent Crisis, 1979-1999 – N.van der Valle (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 2001) 

African Education: A Study of Education Policy and Practice in British Tropical Africa – A. Mayhew (Longman, Green and Co., London, England; 1953)

African Eldorado: Gold Coast to Ghana – J. Carmichael (Duckworth Publishing; 1993) 

African Emigres in the United States: A Missing Link in Africa's Social and Economic Development – K.K. Apraku (details to come) 

African Environment and Development: Rhetoric, Programs, Realities – (eds.) William G. Moseley and B. Ikubolajeh Logan (Ashgate Publishers, England; 2004; 244 pgs) Essays exploring the connections between African rural livelihoods, environmental integrity and political economy (ABCBR) 

African Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth: The Case of the Fishing Industry in Ghana – R.M. Lawson and E. Kwei (Ghana Publishing Corporation; 1971)

African Entrepreneurship and Private Sector Development – (eds.) K. Wohlmuth, A. Gutowski, T. Knedlik and M. Meyn (Lit Verlag, Germany; 2004; 696 pgs) Presents analyses, policy papers, development projections and proposals for reform with regard to the role of African entrepreneurs, with country cases (ABCBR)

African Exodus: The Origins of Modern Humanity – Christopher Stringer and Robin McKie (Henry Holt, New York NY, US; 1997) 

African Experiment, Public Administration and Higher Education in Ghana, 1960/70 D.K. Greenstreet (School of Administration Working Paper Series No. 13, reprinted from International Review of Administrative Science, 38, 1; 1972, 1978 (as listed by Arhin)

Africa Facing Alternative Futures: Prospects for and Paths to Food Security in Africa, 2020 M. Rosegrant, S. Cline, L. Weibo, B. Sulser and R. Valmonte-Santos (Africa Conference Brief 17, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC, US; 2005) 

African families and AIDS: context, reactions and potential interventions – J.C. Caldwell, P. Caldwell, E.M. Ankrah, J.K. Anarfi, D.K. Agyeman, K. Awusabo-Asare and I.O. Orubuloye (pgs. 1-16 in Sexual Networking and HIV/AIDS in West Africa (eds.) J.C. Caldwell, G. Santow, I.O. Orubuloye, P. Caldwell and J. K. Anarfi; supplement to Health Transition Review, 3; Australian National University, Canberra Australia; 1993) 

African Families at the Turn of the 21st Century – (eds.) Yaw Oheneba-Sakyi and Baffour K. Takyi (Greewood Publishing Group, Westport CT, US; 2003)

African Focus: A Study of Ayi Kwei Armah's Narrative Africanization – L. Lorentzon (Coronet Books Inc; 1998; 221 pgs)

African Folklore: An Encyclopedia (eds.) Philip M. Peek and Kwesi Yankah (Routledge, London, England; 2003; 748 pgs) Contains 350 entries on individual African countries, ethnic groups, religious practices, artistic genres and other concepts related to folklore (ABCBR) 

African fractals: modern computing and indigenous design – Ron Eglash (Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick NJ, US; 1999) Eglash delivers a lively, focused, accessible, 17-minute lecture on this subject on www. ted.com 

African Genesis – Robert Ardrey (Fontana, London, England; 1967)

African Glory J.C. de Graft Johnson (London; 1954) 

African Herbal Treatments (Tamale Institute of Cross-Cultural Studies, Tamale; 1987)

African Heritage of the Akan, Republic of Ghana – O.K. Osei (self-published, Los Angeles CA, US; 1979; 173 pgs) 

African Heroes and Heroines – Carter G. Woodson (re-issue; Washington, US; 1969; other details to come) 

African Histories and Societies to 1914: A Critical Survey of Relevant Books, Vol. 2 – West Africa Region by Region – (ed.) V.N. Low (Frank Cass, London, England; 1981)

African History – P.D. Curtin, S. Feierman and J. Vansina (Longman, London, England; 1978) 

African History – Basil Davidson (Simon and Schuster, New York NY, US; 1991)

African Ideas of God – E.W. Smith (Edinburgh House Press, London, England; 1950)

African Identities: Race, Nation and Culture in Ethnography, Pan-Africanism and Black Literatures – Kadiatu Kanneh (Routledge, London and New York; 1998)

African Independent Church Movements – (ed.) V.E.W. Hayward (Edinburgh House, London, England; 1963)

African Initiatives in Religion – (ed.) D.B. Barrett (East African Publishing House, Nairobi, Kenya; 1971) 

African intellectual heritage: a book of sources – (eds.) Molefi K. Asante and Abu Shardow Abarry (Temple University Press, Philadelphia PA, US; 1996) 

African Intellectualism in Global Context – Esi Sutherland-Addy (pgs. 109-120 in Intellectual Freedom in Ghana, (ed.) A. Aynimadu; Anansesem Publications, Accra; 1994) 

African Kingships in Perspective: Political Change and Modernization in Monarchical Settings – (ed.) R. Lemarchand (Frank Cass, London, England; 1977)

African Language Literatures: An Introduction to the Literary History of Sub-Saharan Africa – A. Gérard (1981) 

African Languages for the Mass Education of Africans – Kwesi Kwaa Prah (CASAS Book Series, 7; Deutsche Stiftung fϋr internationale Entwicklung [German Foundation for International Development], Bonn, Germany; 1995) French version: Les langues africaines pour l’éducation des masses en Afrique (CASAS Book Series, 29; 2002) Argues for using African languages from primary to tertiary education (CASAS)

African Languages, the Key to African Development – A Critique of Ideas in Development Thinking – K.K. Prah (in Changing Paradigms in Development: South, East and West, (ed.) M. Von Troil, Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Uppsala, Sweden; 1993) 

African Life and Customs – E.W. Blyden (C.M. Phillips, London, England; 1908)

African Literature: An Anthology of Theory and Criticism – (eds.) Tejumola Olanyiyan and Ato Quayson (Blackwell Publishing, London, England; www.blackwellpublishing.com ; 2007) Simon Gikandi, professor of English at Princeton University, says this is “a gathering of the best critical work on African literature and larger questions of literary history, the sociology of literature, criticism and theory”. It brings together previously published essays from Alain Ricard, Bernth Lindfors, V.Y. Mudimbe, Abiola Irele, Chinua Achebe, Nadine Gordimer, Naguib Mafouz, Ngugi wa Thiong'o, Breyten Breytenbach, Nawal El Saadawi and Zoe Wicomb. 

African Literature and the Crisis of Post-structuralist Theorising – Niyi Osundare (Option Books and Information Services, Ibadan, Nigeria; 1993) 

African Literature as Celebration – Chinua Achebe (in African Commentary: A Journal of People of African Descent, 1; 1989)  

African Literature Today, 15 [special issue on women] – (ed.) Eldred D. Jones (1987)

African media, information providers and emigrants as collaborative nodes in virtual social networks – A.A. Olorunnisola (pgs. 46-71 in African Sociological Review, 4, 2; 2000) 

African Medical Theory and Practices – G.C. Ejeckam (in UFAHAMU, 7, 2 – The Interdisciplinary Issue, African Activist Association, Los Angeles CA, US; 1977)

African mind in health and disease – J.C. Carothers (World Health Organization; 1975)

African Miniatures: The Gold Weights of the Ashanti – M.W. Plass (Praeger, New York, US; 1967; 26 pgs; Humphries, London, England; 1967; 94 pgs) 

African Modes of Self-Writing – Achille Mbembe (in Public Culture, 36; 2002)

African Music and Western Praxis: A Review of Western Perspectives on African Musicology J.H.K. Nketia (pgs. 36-56 in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 20, 1; 1986) 

African Music in Ghana – J.H.K. Nketia (Longmans Green and Co., London, England; 1962; Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; 1963; 148 pgs)

African Music in Ghana by J.H. Kwabena Nketia – book review by A.M. Jones (pg. 116 in African Music Society Journal 3, 1; 1962) 

African Musicology: Current Trends – (eds.) J.C. DjeDje and W.G. Carter (African Studies Centre and African Arts Magazine, University of California Los Angeles, US; 1989) Vol.II dated 1990 

African national theatre – Felix Morrisseau-Leroy (pgs. 91-94 in Okyeame, 4, 1; Dec. 1968) 

African Oral Literature Isidore Okpewho (Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, US; 1992; 312 pgs) 

African Perspectives on Development – (eds.) U. Himmelstrand et al. (James Currey, London, England; 1994)  

African Perspectives on Gender Justice – Angela Dwamena-Aboagye (pgs. 67-75 in African Perspectives on International Criminal Justice, (eds.) Evelyn A. Ankumah and Edward W. Kwakwa (African Legal Aid, Accra; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2005) 

African Perspectives on International Criminal Justice – (eds.) Evelyn A. Ankumah and Edward W. Kwakwa (African Legal Aid, P.O. Box PMB TUC, Accra; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2005; 284 pgs) 

African Philosophical Tradition: A Case Study of the Akan – Kwasi Wiredu (in Philosophical Forum, 24, 1-3; 1992-1993) 

African Philosophy: An Introduction – (ed.) R.A. Wright (University Press of America, Washington, US; 2nd edition, 1979) Includes papers by Henri Maurier, Richard A. Wright, Lancinay Keita, Henry Olela, John A. A. Ayoade, Helaine K. Minkus, J. E. Wiredu, Thomas J. Blakeley, Ifeanyi A. Menkiti, Benjamin Ewuku Oguah, Diana E. Axelsen and Benjamin Neuberger

African Philosophy as Cultural Inquiry – (eds.) I. Karp and D.A. Masolo (Indiana University Press, US; 2000; 270 pgs) 

African Philosophy in Search of Identity – D.A. Masolo (Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, US; 1994)

African Philosophy: Myth or Reality? – Paulin Hountondji (transl. H. Evans with J. Lee; Hutchinson and Co., London, England; 1983) 

African Philosophy: New and Traditional Perspectives – (ed.) Lee M. Brown Focuses mainly on traditional African conceptions of mind, person, personal identity, truth, knowledge and understanding; contributors include Leke Adeofe, Kwame Anthony Appiah, Lee Brown, and Segun Gbadegesin (Oxford University  Press, USA; 2004; 193 pgs) (ABCBR) 

African Philosophy through Ubuntu – M.B. Ramose (Mond Books, Harare, Zimbabwe; 1999)

African Pianism: Twelve Pedagogical Pieces J.H. K. Nketia (International Centre of African Music and Dance, Legon, and Afram Publications; 1994)

African Political Leadership: Jomo Kenyatta, Kwame Nkrumah, and Julius K. Nyerere – A. B. Assensoh (details to come; 1998) 

African Political Parties Thomas Hodgkin (Penguin, London, England; 1961 [or 2?]; 217 pgs) 

African Political Systems – (eds.) Meyer Fortes and E. Evans-Pritchard (Oxford University Press, London, England; 1940; Kegan Paul International, London, England; 1967)

African Politics and British Policy in the Gold Coast 1868-1900: A Study in the Forms and Force of Protest – F. Agbodeka (Northwestern University Press, Chicago IL, US; Longman, London, England; 1971; 206 pgs) 

African Pop Roots – The Inside Rhythms of Africa – John Collins (W. Foulsham, Yeovil Road, Slough, Berkshire SL1 4JH, England; 1985; 120 pgs) 

African powder keg: revolt and dissent in six emergent nations – Ronald Matthews (Bodley Head, London, England; 1966; 223 pgs) 

African Presence in Early America – Ivan Van Sertima (in Journal of African Civilizations, New Brunswick NJ, US; 1987) 

African presidentialism: a comparison of the ‘executive’ under the constitutions of the Federation of Nigeria, the Federal Republics of the Congo and Cameroon, and the Republics of Ghana, Chad, Congo and the Entente J.C. Jurgensmeyer (in Journal of African Law, 8, 3; 1968) 

African Proverbs (Guide to Conduct), Vol. I – N.K. Dzobo (Waterville Publishing House, Accra and University of Cape Coast; 1975; 227 pgs) 

African Proverbs: The Moral Value of Ewe Proverbs, Vol. II – N.K. Dzobo (University of Cape Coast; 1975; 227 pgs) 

African Quest for Freedom and Identity – R. Bjorson (Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, US; 1991)

African Questions at the Paris Peace Conference – G.L. Beer (Macmillan, New York, US; 1923)

African Religion in the Americas: The Islands In Between – Leonard Barrett (in African Religions: A Symposium, (ed.) Newell S. Booth, Jr.; NOK Publishers, New York, US; 1977) 

African Religions and Philosophy – J.S. Mbiti (Heinemann, London, England; 1969; 2nd edition New Hampshire, US; 1990) 

African Religions: A Symposium (ed.) N.S. Booth (Nok Publishers, New York, US; 1977)

African Religions in Western Scholarship – Okot p’Bitek (East African Literature Bureau, Nairobi, Kenya; 1971; Uganda Literature Bureau, Kampala, Uganda; 1980)

African Religions: Symbol, Ritual and Continuity – B.C. Ray (Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs NJ, US; 1976) 

African Religion: The Moral Traditions of Abundant Life – Laurenti Magesa (Orbit Books, New York, US; 1997). 

African Renaissance: African and Arabia – Cooperation or Conflict? Gamal Nkrumah et al. (Volume 1, No. 1; Cape Town, South Africa; 2004) 

African Renaissance and Ubuntu Philosophy (Special Issue, QUEST, 15, 1-2; 2001) 

African Renaissance: Roadmaps to the Challenge of Globalisation – Fantu Cheru (Zed Books, London, England; 2002) 

African resistance and rebellion against the imposition of colonial rule A.B. Davidson (pgs. 177-188 in Emerging Themes of African History, (ed.) T. Ranger) 

African Responses to Malcolm X L.A. Lacy (pgs. 32-38 in Black Fire, (eds.) Leroi Jones and Larry Neal, New York, US; 1968) Includes material on Malcolm in Ghana 

African Review of Money, Finance and Banking, special supplement to Savings and Development, International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, US; 1993) 

African Rhythm: A Northern Ewe Perspective – Kofi V. Agawu (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1995)

African Rhythm and African Sensibility: Aesthetics and Social Action in African Musical Idioms – J.M. Chernoff (University of Chicago Press, Chicago IL, US; 1979; 304 pgs) He spent five years in Ghana learning about drumming (McFarland)

African Rural-Urban Migration: The Movement to Ghana’s Towns – J.C. Caldwell (Australian National University Press, Canberra, Australia; Columbia University Press, New York NY, US; 1969; C. Hurst, London, England; 1977; 260 pgs)

African slavery and other forms of social oppression on the Upper Guinea coast in the context of the Atlantic slave trade – W. Rodney (pgs. 431-443 in Journal of African History, 7, 3; 1966) 

African ‘Slavery’ as an Institution of Marginality – I. Kopytoff and S. Miers (in Slavery in Africa – Historical and Anthropological Perspectives, (eds.) Kopytoff and Miers; Madison WI, US; 1977) 

African Slavery in Latin America and the Caribbean H.S. Klein (New York, US; 1986)

African Social and Political Philosophy: Selected Essays – C.B. Okolo (Fulladu Publishing Company, Nsukka, Nigeria; 1993) 

African Social Studies: A Radical Reader – (eds.) P.C.W. Gutkind and P. Waterman (Heinemann, London, England; 1977) 

African Socialism or Socialist Africa? – Abdul Rahman Mohamed Babu (Zed Press; London, England; 1981)

African socialism revisited – Kwame Nkrumah (pgs. 3-9 in African Forum, 1, 3 (New York, US); 1966) 

African Socialism: Utopian or Scientific? – Ayi Kwei Armah (pgs. 6-30 in Présence Africaine, 64; 1967) Essay 

African sociology – towards a critical perspective: the selected essays of Bernard Makhosezwe Magubane – Bernard Magubane (Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US; 2000) 

African Squatter Settlements M. Peil (pgs. 155-166 in Urban Studies, 13; 1976)

African Studies in China – Hong Yonghong (Tinabantu, 2, 1, May 2004)  

African studies in Germany, past and present – Eike Haberland (pgs. 2-18 in Research Review, 3, 1; 1966) 

African Systems of Land Tenure – Kwamena Bentsi-Enchill (in Journal of African Law, 9, 2; 1965)

African Systems of Science, Technology and Art: The Nigerian Experience – (ed.) Gloria Thomas-Emeagwali (Karnak House, London, England; 1993) 

African Tightrope – My Two Years as Nkrumah’s Chief of Staff Major-General H.T. Alexander (Pall Mall Press, London, England; 1965; 152 pgs; Praeger, New York; 1966) Includes material on Ghana in Congo; overall effect is stiff upper English (post)colonial anecdotes

African Trade Unions – L. Davies (Penguin, Harmondsworth, England; 1966) Author also found listed as I. Davies 

African traders and economic development in Ghana – P.C. Garlick (Oxford University Press, London, England; 1971; 172 pgs) 

African Traders in Kumasi – P.C. Garlick (Economic Research Division, University of Ghana; 1959 [or 1960?]; 115 pgs) 

African Trading, or The Trials of William Narh Ocansey, of Addah, West Coast of Africa, River Volta – John Emanuel Ocansey (B.J. Looney, Liverpool, England; 1881; 92 pgs) 

African Traditional Beliefs, Concepts of Health and Medical Practice – T.A Lambo (mimeo, University Press, Ibadan, Nigeria; 1963)

African Traditional Healers and Outcome-contingent Contracts in Health Care – K.L. Leonard (pgs. 1-22 in Journal of Development Economics, 71; 2003) 

African Traditional Religion – E.G. Parrinder (SPCK, London, England; 1968) 

African Traditional Religion: A Definition – E. B. Idowu (SCM Press Ltd, London, England; 1973)

African Union: Pan-African Analytical Foundations – Kofi Kissi Dompere (Adonis and Abbey Publishers, London, England; 2006; 272 pgs)  

African Unity – The Dream and the Reality – E.A. Boateng (J.B. Danquah Memorial Lectures; Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences, Accra; 1978)

African Universities and the Challenge of Research Capacity Development – Akilagpa Sawyerr (pgs. 213-242 in Journal of Higher Education in Africa, 2, 1; 2004) 

African Universities in the Twenty-First Century: Volume 1,

Liberalisation and Internationalisation (ed.) Paul Tiyambe Zeleza (CODESRIA, Dakar, Senegal; 2004; 332 pgs) 

African Universities in the Twenty-First Century: Volume 2,

Knowledge and Society (CODESRIA, Dakar, Senegal; 2004; 350 pgs) 

African Universities, the Private Sector and Civil Society: Forging Partnerships for Development – K.Y. Amoako (National Council for Tertiary Education; 2001)

African Urban Kinsmen: The Ga of Central Accra – M.D. Kilson (C. Hurst, London, England; St. Martin’s, New York, US; 1975; 122 pgs) 

African urbanization: a reading list of selected books, articles and reports (Edinburgh University Department of Social Antrhopology, Edinburgh, Scotland; 1965) Ghana is on pages 8-10 

African Voices on Structural Adjustment – (eds.) T. Mkandawire and C.C. Soludo (Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US; 2003)  

African Renaissance or Warlordism – K.K. Prah (in African Renaissance: The New Struggle, (ed.) M.W. Makgoba; Mafube/Tafelburg, Johannesburg/ Cape Town, South Africa; 1999) 

African Smoking and Pipes – John Philips (pgs. 303-319 in Journal of African History, 24; 1983) 

African symbols and proverbs as source of knowledge and truth – N.K. Dzobo (in Person and community: Ghanaian philosophical studies, I; (eds.) Kwasi Wiredu and Kwame Gyekye; Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, Washington DC, US; 1992)

African Women – C. Coquery-Vidrovitch (Westview Press, Boulder CO, US; 1997) 

African Women in Towns: An Aspect of Africa’s Social Revolution – K. Little (Cambridge, England; 1974) 

African World History Project: The Preliminary Challenge – (eds.) Jacob H. Carruthers and Leon C. Harris (Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations, Los Angeles CA, US; 1997) 

African Writers on African Writing – (ed.) G. D. Killam (1973)  

African Writers Talking – (eds.) D. Duerden and C. Pieterse (Heinemann, London, England; 1972)

African Writing and Text Simon Battestini (Legas Press, 2000; originally

Ecriture et Texte, Contribution Africaine, transl. by Professor Henri Evans, Les Presses de l'Université Laval, Saint Nicolas, Québec, Canada, and Présence Africaine, Paris, France ; 1997) 

African Writing Today – (ed.) Ezekiel Mphahlele (Penguin, London, England; 1967)

African Yearbook of International Law/Annuaire Africain de Droit International, 6; 1998 – (ed.) Abdulquawi A.Yusuf (Kluwer; the Netherlands; 1999; 500 pgs) With a special theme on regional economic integration in Africa (ABCBR) 

Africana Book Reviews, 1885-1945: An Index to Books Reviewed in Selected English-Language Publications – D.L. Easterbrook (G.K. Hall Reference Books, Boston MA, US; 1979; 247 pgs) 

Africana – Etnografia, istoriia, lingvistika (Akademiia nauk SSSR, Trudy Instituta etnograffi im. N.N. Miklukho-Maklaia, n.s., 93, Afrikanskii etnografskii sbornik, 7; Leningrad, Russia; 1969) Africana – ethnography, history, linguistics

Africanization and the Frontiers of Africanization through Education D.K. Agyeman (in African Studies Journal, University of Cape Coast; 1975) 

Africans in Bondage: Studies in Slavery and the Slave Trade – (ed.) P.E. Lovejoy (Wisconsin, US; 1986)

Africans’ memories and contemporary history of Africa – Bogumil Jewsiewicki and V.Y. Mudimbe (pgs. 1-11 in History and Theory, 32; 1993) 

Africanus Horton: West African Scientist and Patriot, 1835-1883 – C. Fyfe (Oxford University Press, New York, US; 1972; 169 pgs) 

Africa’s ‘Brain Gain’ – A. Odhiambo (USA AFRICA Dialogue No. 39 – The Return of African Exiles; www.utexas.edu/conferences/africa

Africa’s Debt: The Appeal of Repudiation – Kwasi Anyimedu (in Research Review (new series) 4, 1; Legon; 1988) 

Africa’s Development Challenges and the World Bank: Hard Questions, Costly Choices – (ed.) S.K. Commins (Lynne Rienner, Boulder CO, US and London, England; 1988) 

Africa’s Freedom – Albert Luthuli et al. (Unwin Books, London, England; 1964)

Africa’s Golden Road Kwesi Armah (Heinemann, London, England; 1965; 292 pgs; Humanities Press, New York, US; 1966) 

Africa’s International Relations – A. Mazrui (Heinemann, London, England; Westview Press, Boulder CO, US; 1979) 

Africa’s Literature Beyond Politics – K. Awoonor (pgs. 21-25 in Worldview, 15, 3; March 1972) 

Africa’s Many Mansions – Odia Ofeimun (in ANA Review; November 1995)

Africa's Persistent Vulnerable Link to Global Politics – Opoku Agyeman (iUniversity Press, iUniverse.com, Inc., 5220 South 16th, Suite 200, Lincoln NE, US; www.iuniverse.com; 2001; 305 pgs) 

Africa’s Population Crisis: Formulating Effective Policies – Aderanti Adepoju (Africa Recovery Briefing Paper No. 3, Africa Section, Department of Public Information, United Nations, New York NY, US; 1991) 

Africa’s Quest For a Philosophy of Decolonization – Messay Kebede (Rodopi, The Netherlands; 2004; 256 pgs) Presents and evaluates each of the main schools in African philosophy (ABCBR) 

Africa’s Recovery in the 1990s: From Stagnation and Adjustment to Human Development (eds.) Giovanni Andrea Cornia, Rolph van der Hoeven and Thandika Mkandawire (St. Martin's Press, New York NY, US; 1992)

Africa’s Reintegration into the World Economy – Development Perspectives Yearbook 2000/2001 – (ed.) Karl Wohlmuth et al. (LIT Verlag, Munich, Germany; Transaction Publishers, Piscataway, NJ, US; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2001; 913 pgs) – Country case studies include Ghana 

Africa’s Slaves Today – J. Derrick (London, England; 1975) 

Afrikan Alphabets: The Story of Writing in Afrika – Saki Mafundikwa (Mark Batty Publishers, US; 2004; 169 pgs) This Zimbabwean graphic designer describes his 20-year journey to collect information on the various African alphabets and symbols, including Adinkra (ABCBR) 

Afrikan-Centered Consciousness versus the New World Order: Garveyism in the Age of Globalism – Amos N. Wilson (Afrikan World InfoSystems, 743 Rogers Avenue, Suite 6, Brooklyn NY 11226, US; www.afrikanworldinfo.com; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 152 pgs) 

Afrikanische Erzählungen als religionsethnologische Quellen - dargestellt am Beispiel von Erzählungen der Bulsa in Nordghana – R. Schott (Vorträge (G 305), Rheinisch-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Opladen, Germany; 1990)

Afrikanische Keramik – Traditionelle Handwerkskunst südlich der Sahara(ed.) A. Stößel (Munich, Germany; exhibition catalogue with 18 photos of Bulsa vessels on pgs. 103-105 and 257-264; 1984)

Afrique centrale précoloniale – Documents d'histoire vivante – Théophile Obenga (Présence Africaine, Paris, France; 1974) Roughly, « Precolonial Central Africa – Documents of Living History » 

Afro-Arab Relations in the New World Order – E.C. Chibwe (Julian Friedman, London, England; 1977)

Afrobeat: Fela and the Imagined Continent – Sola Olorunyomi (Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US; 2003; 288pgs) On the life of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and his widespread influence on music, social and political expression (ABCBR) 

Afro-Brazilian Cults – Fred Gillette Sturm (in African Religions: A Symposium, (ed.) Newell S. Booth, Jr.; NOK Publishers, New York, US; 1977)

Afrocentric Rectification of Terms: Excerpts from: What Slave Trade? And Other Afrocentric Reflections on the Race War – Chinweizu (Tinabantu, 1, 2; June 2003)  

Afrocentric Thought and Praxis: An Intellectual History – Cecil Conteen Gray (Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US; 2001; 204 pgs) 

Afrocentrism: Mythical Pasts and Imagined Homes – S. Howe (Verso, London and New York; 1998)

Afrocentricism: The Argument We’re Really Having – Ibrahim Sundiata (Dissonance; September 30, 1996; http://way.net/dissonance/sundiata.html)

Afro-Marxist Regimes: Ideology and Public Policy Edmond Keller and Donald Rothchild (Lynne Rienner, Boulder CO, US; 1987) 

After Babel: Aspects of Language and Translation – George Steiner (Oxford University Press, London, England; 1975) 

After Maclean G.E. Metcalfe (in Transactions of the Gold Coast & Togoland Historical Society, vol. i, pt. v; Achimota; 1955)

After Nkrumah: Continuity and Change in Ghana’s Foreign Policy O. Aluko (pgs. 55-62 in Issue, 5, 1; 1975)

After the Last Sky – Edward Said (Faber, London, England; 1986) 

Aftermath – Ayi Kwei Armah (pgs. 89-91 in Messages: Poems from Ghana, (eds.) Kofi Awoonor and G. Adali-Mortty; Heinemann, London, England; 1970) Poem 

Aftermath – An Anthology of poems in English from Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean– R. Weaver and J. Bruchac (Greenfield Review Press; 1977; 257 pgs) Ghanaians in this anthology are: G. Adali-Mortty, Ama Ata Aidoo, Jawa Apronti, Kofi Awoonor, Kwesi Brew, Joe DeGraft, Kojo Gyinaye Kyei, Efua Sutherland and Kofi Anyidoho

Against Race: Imagining Political Culture Beyond the Color Line – Paul Gilroy (Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA, US; 2000) 

Against the Stream – Critical Essays on Economics – Gunnar Myrdal (Macmillan, London, Englanld; 1974)

Age constraints on gold mineralization and Paleoproterozoic crustal evolution in the Ashanti belt of southern Ghana – Thomas Oberthür, Ulrich Vetter, Donald W. Davis and Joe A. Amanor (pgs. 129-143 in Precambrian Research, 89, 3-4; June 1998)

Age Profile Analysis of Academic Staff in Ghana Universities – A. Gaisie-Nketsiah (National Council fir Tertiary Education, Accra; 1998) 

Age, temperature, and parasitaemia predict chloroquine treatment failure and anaemia in children with uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria   D. H. Hamer, W. B. MacLeod, E. Addo-Yobo, C. P. Duggan, B. Estrella, W. W. Fawzi, J. K. Konde-Lule, V. Mwanakasale, Z. G. Premji, F. Sempértegui et al. (pgs. 422-428 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 97, 4, July-August 2003) The prevalence of chloroquine-resistant Plasmodium falciparum malaria has been increasing in sub-Saharan Africa and parts of South America over the last 2 decades, and has been associated with increased anaemia-associated morbidity and higher mortality rates. Prospectively collected clinical and parasitological data from a multicentre study of 788 children aged 6–59 months with uncomplicated P. falciparum malaria were analysed in order to identify risk factors for chloroquine treatment failure and to assess its impact on anaemia after therapy (www.sciencedirect.com

Agenda ’96, Preparing Ghana for the 21st Century: Some Economic and Social Issues (Institute of Economic Affairs, Accra; 1996) 

Agenda Setting and Public Policy in Africa – (ed.) Kelechi Amihe Kalu (Ashgate Publishers, England; 2004; 267 pgs) 

Aggregate and regional supply functions for Ghanaian cocoa, 1949-1962 – M.J. Bateman (pgs. 384-401 in Journal of Farm Economics, 47 (Menasha WI, US; May 1965)

Aggrey the teacher – Cecil Rex Niven (pgs. 149-166 in Nine Great Africans, Cecil Rex Niven; Bell; London, England; 1965) 

Aggrey of Africa: A Study in Black and White E.W. Smith (Student Christian Movement Press, London, England; 1929; 202 pgs) 

AGI Policy Perspectives (Association of Ghana Industries, Ghana International Trade Fair Centre, La-Accra, P.O. Box AN 8623, Accra-North; 2004; 47 pgs) Includes AGI proposals for the four national budgets of 2000-2003, and private sector perspectives on trade liberalization 

Agrarian Change in Northern Ghana: Public Investment, Capitalist Farming and Famine  A. Shepherd (in Rural Development in Tropical Africa, (eds.) J. Heyer, P. Roberts and G. Williams, Macmillan Press, London, England; 1981) 

Agricultural and Urban Wage Rates in Ghana – B.E. Rourke and S.K. Sakyi-Gyinae (pgs. 3-13 in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, Second Series, 2, 1; 1972)

Agricultural commodity projections in Ghana – H.W. Ord (pgs. 14-20 in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 9, 3 & 4; 1965) 

Agricultural Cooperatives and Quasi Cooperatives in Ghana, 1951-1965 M. Miracle and A. Seidman (Land Tenure Centre, University of Wisconsin, Madison WI, US; 1968; 73 pgs) 

Agricultural Credit in Ghana: Priorities and Needs for Domestic Food Production – F.I. Nweke (pgs. 38-47 in Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 26, 3; 1978) 

Agricultural Decline and Access to Food in Ghana – H. Tabatabai (pgs. 703-734 in International Labour Review, 127, 6, 1988) 

Agricultural Development in the Ivory Coast and Ghana – J.M. Due (in Journal of Modern African Studies, 7, 4; 1969) 

Agricultural Development Policy – Concepts and experiences – R.D. Norton (Food and Agriculture Organization; John Wiley and Sons Ltd, Chichester, England; 2004)

Agricultural Development Strategy under Nkrumah – J.A. Dadson (in The Life and Works of Kwame Nkrumah, (ed.) Kwame Arhin; Sedco Publishing Ltd., Accra; 1991) 

Agricultural Growth and Competitiveness Under Policy Reforms in Ghana – A. Wayo Seini (Technical Publication No. 61, Institute of Social, Statistical and Economic Research, University of Ghana, Legon; 2002) 

Agricultural history in Central and Southern Africa (ca. 1000 BC to 500 AD) – C. Ehret (pgs. 126 in TJH, 4, 1; 1974) 

Agricultural Input Policies under Structural Adjustment: Their Distributional Implications – C.D. Jebuni and W. Seini (Working Paper 31, Cornell University Food and Nutrition Policy Programme; 1992) 

Agricultural insects of Ghana – J. Forsyth (Ghana Universities Press, Accra; 1965; 163 pgs)

Agricultural instruction in Ghana – E.K. Hagan (pgs. 107-113 in Troisième Congrès International sur l’utilisation des moyens audio-visuels pour l’instruction et l’enseignement professional en Afrique, Milan, 1964; Comité international pour le développement des activités éducatives et culturelles en Afrique, Rome, Italy; 1965)

Agricultural Land Administration and Social Differentiation: A Case Study of the Tono Vea and Fumbisi Belts of North Eastern Ghana – R.K. Kasanga (Working Paper No. 10, Social Science Research Council, New York, US; 1992) 

Agricultural Land Use Arrangements and Derived Rights – Saah Dittoh (Draft report; UK Department for International Development, International Institute for Environment and Development and GRET; 2000)

Agricultural Mechanization Development in Ghana – Past, Present and Future – O.K. Gyarteng (pgs. 69-78 in Beiträge zur tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinärmedizin, 13, 1; 1975) 

Agricultural Policies, Prices and Production (Chapter 3, pgs. 43-68 in African Development in a Comparative Perspective, UNCTAD, Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US; 2000)  

Agricultural policy in Northern Ghana during the colonial era – Benedict Der (pgs.3-18 in Universitas, 8; 1987) 

Agricultural Price Policy in Ghana – F.D. Kortker (UN Food and Agricultural Organization Agricultural Development Planning Project, Ministry of Agriculture, Accra; 1976)

Agricultural production in Ghana, 1955-1965 – Ferdinand Stoces (pgs. 3-32 in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 10, 3; 1966) 

Agricultural Policy Adjustment in Ghana – W. Seini, S. Commander and J. Howell (Overseas Development Institute, London, England; 1987) 

Agricultural Policy and Production in Africa: The Aims, Methods and the Means J. Hendricks and J.J. Sterkenburg (in Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 21, no. 1; 1983) 

Agricultural production in Ghana 1955-1966 – F. Stoces (in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 10, 3; 1966)

Agricultural technology and forests: a recapitulation – A. Angelsen and D. Kaimowitz (pgs. 383-402 in Publishing in Agricultural technologies and tropical deforestation, Oxford, England; 2001) 

Agriculture and Land Use in Ghana (ed.) J.B. Wills (Oxford University Press, London, England, for Ghana’s Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Accra; 1962; 503 pgs)

Agriculture in Ghana – Facts and Figures (Ministry of Agriculture, Policy Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Department, Accra; annual)

Agriculture in Ghana: Some Issues – C. Steedman (mimeo, World Bank, Washington DC, US; 2003)

Agriculture in Ghana’s Post-1970 Development Process –  K.Y. Fosu (Paper prepared for the 5th Biennial Conference of the West African Economic Association, Lome, Togo 6-8 November 1989; 1989) 

Agriculture in North Mamprusi – C.W. Lynn (Bulletin 34, Department of Agriculture, mimeo; 1937) 

Agriculture in the General Economy – S. La Anyane (in Agriculture and Land Use in Ghana, (ed.) J.B. Wills; Oxford University Press; 1962) 

Agriculture in the Keta-Ada district – J.T.H. Stein (pgs. 152-160 in Department of Agriculture Bulletin, 22; 1929) 

Agnatic and uterine relations among the Fante: Male/female dualism – I. Chukwukere (pgs. 61-68 in Africa, 52, 1; 1982)

Agroecological restoration of savanna ecosystems M. A. Badejo (pgs. 209-219 in Ecological Engineering, 10, 2; 15 June 1998)  

Agwaseñ  Wiemöi Kë Abëi  E.A. Nee-Adjabeng Ankra (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1966; 61 pgs) 

Agyako Tutu – T.Y. Kani (Presbyterian Book Depot, Accra; 58 pgs) [Twi]

Agyon (Ghana Institute of Linguistics, Literacy and Bible Translation, Tamale; 1992)

Agypten: Theologie und Frommigkeit einer fruhen Hochkultur – J. Assman (Stuttgart, Germany; 1984) Something to do with theology and high culture in ancient Egypt 

Ahenfie Adesua B.S. Akuffo (Exeter, England; 1950; Ghana Publishing Corporation, Accra; 1976) 

Ahmad Baba de Tomboctou, 1556-1627 : sa vie et son oeuvre – M. Zouber (Maisonneuve et Larose; Publications du département de l’islamologie de l’Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 3; Paris, France; 1977) Roughly, « Ahmad Baba of Timbuktu, 1556-1627 : his life and work » 

Ahmadiyya – A Study in Contemporary Islam on the West African Coast H.J. Fisher (Oxford University Press for the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research; 1963; 224 pgs) 

Ahwene Koko: seventeenth-century Wenchi – Paul Ozanne (p. 19 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 8; January 1966) 

Aid and Reform in Africa: A Report from 10 Countries – (eds.) S. Devarajan, D. Dollar and T. Holmgren (World Bank, Washington DC, US; 2001) 

Aid and the Dutch Disease: Macroeconomic Management when Everybody Loves You – S. Younger (in World Development, 20, 11; 1992)

Aid and the Political Economy of Policy Change – T. Killick, with R. Gunatilaka and A. Marr (Routledge, London, England and New York, US; 1998) 

Aid as Imperialism – Teresa Hayter (Penguin, Baltimore MD, US; 1971)

Aid as Obstacle Twenty Questions about our Foreign Aid and the Hungry – F.M. Lappé, J. Collins and D. Kinley (Institute for Food and Development Policy, San Francisco CA, US; 1981)  

Aid, Debt and Growth – J. Harrigan and S. Younger (in Economic Reforms in Ghana: The Miracle and the Mirage, (eds.) E. Aryeetey, J. Harrigan and M. Nissanke, James Currey Ltd., Oxford, England; 2000) 

Aid Effectiveness in Africa: The Unfinished Agenda C. Lancaster (pgs. 487-503 in Journal of African Economies, 8, 4; 1999) 

Aid Effectiveness in Ghana E. Aryeetey (Technical Report, Overseas Development Council, Washington DC, US, and Overseas Development Institute, London, England; 1995) 

Aid Effectiveness in Ghana E. Aryeetey and A. Cox (in Foreign Aid in Africa: Learning from Country Experiences, (eds.) J. Carlsson, G. Somolekae and N. van de Walle; Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden; 1997) 

Aid effectiveness: the role of the local elite – Luis Angeles and Kyriakos C. Neanidis (pgs 120-134 in Journal of Development Economics, 90, 1; September 2009)

Aid or Hindrance? Faith, Gospel, Theology and Ghana’s Incorporation into the Global Economy – Akosua K. Darkwah (pgs. 7-29 in Ghana Studies, 4; 2001)

Aid partnerships and learning: UK and Japanese projects in Ghana C. Takahashi (pg. 573 in International Journal of Educational Development, 23, 5; Sept. 2003)

Aiding Violence: the Development Enterprise in Rwanda – Peter Uvin (Kumarian Press, West Hartford CT, US; 1998) 

AIDS and African Development – M. Ainsworth and M. Over (pgs. 203-240 in World Bank Research Observer, 9, 2; 1994) 

AIDS and the social side of health – E.M. Ankrah (pgs. 967-980 in Social Science and Medicine, 32, 9; 1991) 

AIDS in Africa: Its Present and Future Impact –T. Barnett and P. Blaikie (Belhaven Press, London, England; 1992) 

Aims and scope of financial statements – Edward D. Agyeman (pgs. 13, 14, 20 in The Professional Accountant; Nov. 1992) 

Air blast freezing of fish – G.P. Hill et al. (pgs. 42-43 in Process Biochemistry, 2, 6; June 1967) 

Ajax Bucana – Kojo T. Vieta (pg. 5 in Weekly Spectator, No. 1271; Aug. 1992) Profile 

Akan Abusua Ho Awensem Na Da Dzin Ho Awensem – J. Yedu Bannerman (CEFIKS CD-ROM Series No. 2; CEFIKS Publications, 3548 Cherry Hill Court, Beltsville MD 20705, US; tel. 301-592-7615; Centre for Indigenous Knowledge Systems, P.O. Box CO 435,Tema, Ghana; www.cfiks.org; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2003) Fanti poetry and narration about the appellations, meanings and symbolism of the seven Akan mbusua (matriclans) groups, as well as information on Akan kra dzin names based on the days of the week (CEFIKS) 

Akan and Ga-Adangme Peoples of the Gold Coast – M. Manoukian (International African Institute, London, England; 1950; 112 pgs) 

Akan-Ashanti Folk-Tales R.S. Rattray (Clarendon, Oxford, England; 1930; 275 pgs)

Akan combs – Janet Adwoa Antiri (pgs. 32-35 in African Arts, 8, 1; 1974) 

Akan Ethics – C.A. Ackah (Ghana Universities Press, Accra; 1964, new edition 1988)

Akan Gold Weights – Albert Ott (pgs. 17-42 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 9; 1968)  

Akan Goldgewichte im Bernishen Historischen Museum (Akan goldweights in the Berne Historical Museum) – Charlote V. Graffenried (Bernisches Historisches Museum, Berne, Switzerland; 1992)

Akan history: some linguistic evidence – J.M. Stewart (pgs. 54-57 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 9; 1966)

Akan Land Tenure – J.W. deGraft-Johnson (pgs. 99-103 in Transactions of the Gold Coast and Togoland Historical Society, 1; 1965)

Akan language and the materialist thesis: a short essay on the relation between philosophy and language – K. Gyekye (in Studies in Language, 1, 2, African Cultural Values, Sankofa, Philadelphia PA, US; 1977) 

Akan Language Patterns and Development – Florence Abena Dolphyne (pgs. 35-45 in Tarikh, 7, 2; 1982)

Akan Kasakoa Horow Bi – J. Gyekye-Aboagye (CASAS Book Series, 28; 2002) Akan idioms and idiomatic expressions (CASAS) 

Akan Nsemfuasekyerɛ – J. Gyekye-Aboagye, S.A. Gyima, L.A. Okraku, R.M. Opong, S.K. Coleman, A.O. Boakye (CASAS Book Series, 15; 2003) The first Akan monolingual dictionary (CASAS) 

Akan Poetry – J.H. Kwabena Nketia (pgs. 5-27 in Black Orpheus, 3; 1958; reprinted on pgs. 23-33 in Introduction to African Literature, (ed.) Ulli Beier, Longmans, London, England; Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; 1967) 

Akan Proverbs – Their Origins, Meanings and Symbiotical Representations in Ghanaian Material Cultural Heritage Emmanuel K. A. Asante (Asempa Publishers, Christian Council of Ghana, P.O. Box 919, Accra; 2002; 85 pgs) 

Akan Religion and the Christian Faith: A Comparative Study of the Impact of Two Religions – S.G. Williamson and (ed.) K.A. Dickson (Ghana Universities Press, Accra; 1965; 186 pgs) 

Akan Stool Succession under Colonial Rule – Continuity or Change? D.P. Henige (pgs. 285-301 in Journal of African History, 16, 2; 1975) 

Akan symbolism – Peggy Appiah (pgs. 64-67 in African Arts, 13, 1; 1979)

Akan theory of conception – are the Fante really aberrabt? – I. Chukwukere (pgs. 135-147 in Africa, 48, 2; 1978)

Akan Traditions of Origin – E.L.R. Meyerowitz (Faber & Faber, London, England; 1952; 149 pgs) 

Akan Weights and the Gold Trade – T. Garrard (Longmans, New York and London; 1980; 393 pgs)

Akanfoo Amammere– K. Nkansah-Kyeremanteng (Sebewie Publishers, Accra; 1996)  

Akanfoo Amammere – T.Y. Kani (Accra; 1931) 

Akanfoo Amammere, 2 – S.O. Owusu (Danyame Publications, Kumasi; 1996)

Akanfoo Nnwom Bi – J.H. Kwabena Nketia (Oxford University Press, London, England; 1949) Some Akan songs 

Akanism and Hebrewism – Akan-Mesopotamian Links and Earlier Civilization – Daniel Oduro Mensah (Woeli Publishing Services, Accra; 2007; 80 pgs) 

Akanization of the Hill Guan Arts – Kwame A. Larbi (in Research Review (new series) 18, 2; Legon; 2002) 

Akhenaten: King of Egypt – Cyril Aldred (Thames and Hudson, London, England; 1988)

Akhenaten: The Heretic King – Donald B. Redford (Princeton University Press, Princeton, US; 1984)

Akim-Foo: the History of a Failure W.F. Butler (Sampson, Low, Marston, Low, Searle, London, England; 1875; 300 pgs) Also found listed as …the History of Failure

Akim-Kotoku: An Oman of the Gold Coast M.J. Field (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [and/or Crown Agents for the Colonies?], London, England; 1948; 211 pgs)

Akokoaso: A Re-Survey – C. Okali and R.A. Kotey (ISSER, Technical Publication Series, No. 15, University of Ghana; 1971) 

Akokoaso: A Survey of a Gold Coast Village – W.H. Beckett (London School of Economics; Percy Lund, Humphries and Co. Ltd.; 1944; 95 pgs) 

Akosombo Dam and the Volta River Project – T.E. Hilton (pgs. 251-254 in Geography, 51, 232; July 1966)

Akosombo power development (Volta River Project) Warren H Schumann(Kaiser Engineers and Constructors, Inc; 1963) 

Aksum: An African Civilisation of Late Antiquity – Stuart Munro-Hay (Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland; 1991) 

Akwamu-Anlo Relations c. 1750-1813 R. Kea (pgs. 29-63 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, Vol. X; 1969) 

Akwamu, Denkyera, Akuapem, and Ashanti in the Lives of Osei Tutu and Okomfo Anokye – A.A. Anti (Ghana Publishing Corp; 1971; 100 pgs)

Akwankwaa: Owusu Sekyere Agyeman in His Life and Times – T. C. McCaskie (pgs. 91-122 in Ghana Studies, 1; 1998) 

Akwapim Handbook – (ed.) D.W. Brokensha (State Publishing Corp., Accra; 1972; 310 pgs)

Akweesi egu Nananom Pow – J.B. Crayner (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1967; 110 pgs) [Fante]

Akyem Abuakwa and the Politics of the Inter-War Period in Ghana [seminar proceedings] – R. Addo-Fening, A.B. Homes, P. Jenkins, J.A. Sarpei, J. Simensen and R.L. Stone (Basel Africa Bibliography, P.O. Box 235, CH-4001 Basel, Switzerland, and Historical Society of Ghana; 1975; 166 pgs)  

Akyem Abuakwa 1700-1943: From Ofori Panin to Sir Ofori Atta – R. Addo-Fening (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 1997)

Al Arbah: A Cemetery of the Middle Kingdom – John Garstang (London, England; 1901)

Alerte sous les tropiques – Cheikh Anta Diop (in Présence Africaine, 5 [new series], Paris, France; Dec. 1955-Jan. 1956) Roughly, ‘Alert under the tropics’

Ali and his friends – R.R. Okyne (University of London Press, London, England; 1966; 32 pgs) English at Work Reader 2B 

Alienation: Zombies, Immigrants and Millennial Capitalism – Jean Comaroff and John L. Comaroff (Working Paper No. 9901, American Bar Foundation; 1999) 

Alien-Nation: Zombies, Immigrants and Millennial Capitalism – Jean Comaroff and John L. Comaroff (in CODESRIA Bulletin, 3-4; 1999) 

Alleviating Rural Poverty in Cocoa Producing Areas of Ghana Through Sustainable Cocoa Production – M.R. Appiah (Technical Report; 2000; details to come)

All God’s Children Need Traveling Shoes – Maya Angelou (Vintage Books, New York, US; 1984) Includes material on her stay in early 1960s Ghana 

Allocating Water Resources for Agricultural and Economic Development in the Volta River Basin Patrick Obeng-Asiedu (Peter Lang Publishing, Frankfurt, Germany; 2004) 

Allocative Efficiency and Financial Liberalization: Evidence from Ghana – Y. Asare (in Journal of Management Studies, Dec. 1992)

Allocative efficiency, employment and rice production risk: An analysis of small holder paddy farms in the Upper East Region of Ghana – Al-hassan Seidu, Daniel B. Sarpong and Ramatu Al-Hassan (pgs. 142-163 in Ghana Journal of Development Studies, 1, 2; 2004)

Almami Samouri Touré  within the West African Imperial Tradition – Lanisiné Kaba (pgs. 15-34 in Mande Studies, 3; 2001)  

Al-Sud wa ‘l-hadarat al-arabiyya (Blacks and Arab Culture) – Abduh Badawi (Cairo, Egypt; 1976) 

Alternative Concepts of Conditionality – J. Harrigan (pgs. 451-471 in Manchester Papers on Development, 4, 4; 1988)  

Alternative Development Strategies for Africa, Vol. 1: Coalition for Change (Institute for African Alternatives, London, England; 1990)

Alternative Development Strategies in Sub-Saharan Africa – (eds.) F. Stewart, S. Lall and S. Wangwe (Macmillan, London, England; 1991) 

Alternative Futures for Africa – (ed.) Timothy Shaw (Westview Press, Boulder CO, US; 1982)

Alternative food-security indicators: revisiting the frequency and severity of ‘coping strategies' – Daniel Maxwell, Clement Ahiadeke, Carol Levin, Margaret Armar-Klemesu, Sawudatu Zakariah and Grace Mary Lamptey (pgs. 411-429 in Food Policy, 24, 4; August 1999)

Alternative Language Policies for Education in Ghana – F.F.K. Gbedemah (Vantage Press, New York, US; 1975; 204 pgs) 

Alternative Livelihood Training for Kayayees at Mallam Atta Market (Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs, Accra; 2007) 

Alternative Modernities – D.P. Gaonkar (Duke University Press, Durham NC, US; 2000)

Alternatives to bodyweight for estimating the dose of praziquantel needed to treat schistosomiasis – Andrew Hall, Catherine Nokes, Su-Tung Wen, Sam Adjei, Charles Kihamia, Lillian Mwanri, Emily Bobrow, Joseph de Graft-Johnson and Don Bundy (pgs. 653-658 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 93, 6; November-December 1999)  

Alvin Ailey – A Revolutionary in Dance: A Historical and Biographical Sketch of his Choreographic Works – Francis Nii-Yartey (in Research Review (new series) 7, 1 & 2; Legon; 1991) 

Ama – A Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade – Manu Herbstein (www.e-reads.com; 2001; 458 pgs) 

Ama Kodwo – J.K. Ellimah (no publisher listed; Accra; 1968; 97 pgs) Nzema

Amagdala und Akawuruk. Das Zwillingsmotiv in westafrikanischen Erzählungen der Bulsa, Mossi und Bambara [twins in Bulsa, Mossi and Bambara stories] – A. Brüggemann (in Kulturanthropologische Studien, vol. 13, (eds.) R. Schott and G. Wiegelmann, Hohenschäftlarn; 1986)  

Amaak [Gospel of Mark in Buli] (International Bible Society; 1990) 

Amegbeto se abloetevinyenye nu kpeotodzinya (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1967; 11 pgs) Ewe 

American Africans in Ghana – Black Expatriates and the Civil Rights Era Kevin K. Gaines (University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carlina, US; www.uncpress.unc.edu; 2006; 342 pgs) In the 1950s and 1960s, hundreds of African Americans visited or settled in Ghana, including Martin Luther King Jr., W.E.B. Du Bois, Malcolm X, Maya Angelou, Pauli Murray, Richard Wright and Muhammad Ali (at the time Cassius Clay) in an interesting convergence of the rising civil rights (and later, Black Power) movement in the US, decolonization in Africa and the Cold War. Part of the interest of this book is in the reflections of pre- and post-independence politics and society in Ghana in the eyes of African Americans. Chapters include one each on Malcolm X and Richard Wright in Ghana

American Negro Slave Revolts – Herbert Aptheker (Columbia University Press, New York, US; 1943)

Ambiguous Adventure – Cheikh Hamidou Kane (Heinemann, London, England; 1972) Classic novel, original French title is l’Aventure ambigüe

Ambivalence and power: mediums in Ga traditional religion M. Kilson (in Journal of Religions in Africa, 4, 3; 1972)

Ambivalent Adventure: Indigenization of Literacy Programmes in Africa Francis Owino (Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society Occasional Paper No. 5; 1998) This brief survey of adult literacy programmes in Kenya concludes that for African people to control their economic, social and political environment in the 21st century, literacy programmes and non-formal education must be in indigenous languages and must focus on the (mainly rural) economic activities of the learners (CASAS)  

American and Canadian Masters and Doctoral Theses on Africa, 1886-1974 – A. Kagan and M. Sims (African Studies Association, Waltham MA, US; 1975) 

Ameside adzegbe – One who vows – C.K.N. Wovenu (Self-published, New Tadzewu; 1965; 32 pgs) Ewe and English

Amilcar Cabral: Revolutionary Leadership and People’s War – Patrick Chabal (Cambridge University Press, England; 1983; Edwin Mellen Press; 2006; 185 pgs)

Amilcar Cabral's Revolutionary Theory and Practice: A Critical Guide Ronald H. Chilcote  (Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder CO, US; 1991; 292 pages) Illustrated; hardcover; out of print in 2009

Amniotic band syndrome (ABS): a case study – F.E. Obiri (pgs. 135-138 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 10, 3; 1990) 

Amu the African [Children’s Edition] – F. Agyemang and P. Nyaku (Asempa Publishers; 1996; 70 pgs) 

Amu the African – A Study in Vision and Courage Fred Agyemang (Asempa Publishers, Christian Council of Ghana, P.O. Box 919, Accra; 1988; 194 pgs. 

An Account of Asante History – K. Osei (O. Kwadjo Enterprise, Wiamoase-Ashanti; 1994)

An Account of the Gold Coast of Africa A. Meredith (London, England; 1812) 

An Account of the Gold Coast of Africa, with a Brief History of the African Company – H. Meredith (London, England; 1812; 264 pgs; reprint Cass, London; 1967) Meredith was a member of the Cape Coast Council and governor of Winneba Fort, and was killed in 1812, says McFarland

An Account of Two Missionary Voyages T. Thompson (Benj. Dodd, London; 1758; 87 pgs; reprinted in facsimile with introduction and notes by the S.P.C.K; London, England; 1937) – Thompson was an Anglican chaplain who started a school in Cape Coast in the 1750s, says Kimble. McFarland says he went to the Gold Coast in 1752 for the SPG and stayed for four years, and that his first mission was to New Jersey, US. Thompson’s Memoirs of an English Missionary to the Coast of Guinea (Shepperson and Reynolds, London; 1788; 31 pgs) is extracted from the above account, without the material on New Jersey (McFarland)

An active fungal parasite of phytophtora palmivora – E.K. Okaisabor (pgs. 353-360 in PANS, Section B, vol. 14, no. 4; Oct. 1968) 

An Active History of Ghana [2 vols.] – C.N. Brown (London, England; 1964) 

An African Athens: Rhetoric and the Shaping of Democracy in South Africa – Phillipe-Joseph Salazar (Erlbaum Associates, London, England and New Jersey, US; 2002) 

An African Dilemma – University Students, Development and Politics in Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda – J.D. Barkan (Oxford University Press, Oxford, England; 1976; 280 pgs) 

An African Fable Ayi Kwei Armah (pgs. 192-196 in Présence Africaine, 68; 1968) Short story 

An African in Exile, Camelot Revisited and Espionoage Uncloaked: Why Are We So Blest? by Ayi Kwei Armah – J. Gaffney (pgs. 434-445 in America, 126; 22 April 1972)

An African Perspective – P.A.V. Ansah (pgs. 39-57 in Cultural Expressions in the Global Village, (eds.) D. Nostbakken and C. Morrow, Southbound, IDRC, Ottawa, Canada; no date) 

An African Perspective on Long-term Development in Sub-Saharan Africa – Befekadu Degefe (Chapter 3, pgs. 49-68 in From Adjustment to Development in Africa: Conflict, Controversy, Convergence, Consensus?; (eds.) Giovanni Andrea Cornia and Gerald K. Helleiner; St. Martin’s Press, New York, NY, US; 1994)  

An African Student in China – E.J. Hevi (Pall Mall Press, London, England; 1963; 220 pgs) Hevi was at one time secretary-general of the African Students’ Union of Ghana (McFarland) 

An African Survey – Lord Hailey (Oxford University Press, London, New York, Toronto; 1938, 1957; 1,676 pgs) 

An African Survey Revised 1956 – A study of problems arising in Africa south of the Sahara – Lord Hailey (Oxford University Press, London, New York, Toronto; 1957; reprinted without correction, 1968; 1,677 pgs)

An African Tragedy – K. Folson (pgs. 35-43 in Encounter, 33, 1; July 1969)

An African Victorian Feminist: The Life and Times of Adelaide Smith Casely-Hayford, 1868-1960 – A. Cromwell (Frank Cass, London, England and Totowa NJ, US; 1986)

An African Voice R.W. July (Duke University Press, Durham, NC, US; 1987)

An Agrarian Continent in Transition – Deborah Fahy Bryceson and John Howe (pgs. 175-197 in Africa Now: People, Policies, Institutions, (ed.) Stephen Ellis; James Currey, London, England; Heinemann, Portsmouth NH, US; 1996)

An Akan Perspective on Human Rights – Kwasi Wiredu (in Human Rights in Africa: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, (eds.) A. Ahmed An-Na’im and Francis Deng, Brookings Institution, Washington DC, US; 1990) 

An Alternative Interpretation of the 'Resource Curse': Theory and Policy Implications – R. Hausmann and F. Rigobon (NBER Working Paper No. 9424; 2003)

An Analysis and Evaluation of the Yapei Pebble Tool Industry, Ghana – B.K. Swartz, Jr. (pgs. 265-270 in The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 5, 2; Boston MA, US; 1972)

An analysis of logging damage in compartment 4 of Tano Suhien forest reserve, Ghana – K.O.A. Mensah (pgs. 53-69 in Ghana Journal of Science, 6, 1 & 2; April 1966)

An Analysis of Short-Run Response to Export and Domestic Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa A.Q.Q. Aboagye and K. Gunjal (pgs. 41-53 in Agricultural Economics, 23; 2000)  

An Analysis of Tax Reform in Ghana (1983-2002) K. Appiah-Kubi (pgs. 66-103 in Ghana Social Science Journal, (new series) 2, 1; 2003) 

An analysis of the Awutu verb – Zygmunt Frajzyngier (pgs. 85-115 in African Bulletin, 8; (Warsaw, Poland); 1968) 

An analysis of the broad crime trends and patterns in Ghana Joseph Appiahene-Gyamfi (pgs. 229-243 in Journal of Criminal Justice, 30, 3; May-June 2002)

An analysis of the consonant system of Ga – M.E. Kropp (pgs. 59-61 in Journal of West African Languages, 5, 1; 1968) 

An analysis of the environmental health impact of the Barekese Dam in Kumasi, Ghana – Isaac K. Tetteh, Emmanuel Frempong and Esi Awuah (pgs. 189-194 in Journal of Environmental Management, 72, 3; Sept. 2004)

An analysis of the political organization of the Mosi people – E.P. Skinner (pgs. 740-750 in Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, 19, 8; 1957)

An Analysis of the 2003 Annual Budget and Economic Policy Statement (Centre for Budget Advocacy, ISODEC, This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; www.isodec.org.gh; tel: (233-21) 311687; 2004; 61 pgs)

An analysis of the within-season rainfall characteristics and simulation of the daily rainfall in two savanna zones in Ghana – S.G.K. Adiku, P.W.A. Dayananda, C.W. Rose and G.N.N. Dowuona (pgs. 51-62 in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 86, 1-2; August 1997) An analytical approach to the teaching of transportation in geography at the General certificate of Education Advanced Level Pt. II – A.M. Abane (pgs. 32-48 in The Oguaa Educ., 10, 1; Oct. 1992)

An Analytical Study of the Labour Market for Graduates in Ghana – K. Boateng and E. Ofori Sarpong (World Bank/National Council for Tertiary Education Project, Accra; 2001) 

An Anatomy of Ghanaian Politics: Managing Political Recession 1969-82 – Naomi Chazan (Westview Press, Boulder CO, US; 1983)

An Anatomy of Modern Ghana – J. Max Assimeng [1995 J.B. Danquah Memorial Lectures] (Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences, Accra; 1996; 59 pgs)

An Anatomy of Public Policy Implementation: The Case of Decentralization Policies in Ghana – J.R.A. Ayee (Avebury; Aldershot, England; 1994)

An annotated list of the helminth parasites commonly found in domestic animals in West Africa, with notes on the control of haemonchosis and stephanurosis – Cecil Jackson (pgs. 65-70 in Ghana Journal of Science, 5, 1; April 1965) 

An Anthology of African and Caribbean Writing in English – (ed.) John J. Figueroa (Heinemann and The Open University, London, England; 1982) Contains a prose piece – “How Contradiction Came to the Ashanti”, edited by P. Radin – and four poems by Joe de Graft  

An Anthology of Contemporary Ghanaian Poems – (eds.) Woeli A. Dekutsey and John Sackey (Woeli; 2004; 144 pgs) 

An Anthology of Swahili Love Poetry – (ed.) Jan Knappert (University of California Press, Berkeley CA, US; 1972) 

An Approach to the Asian Drama: Methodological and Theoretical – Gunnar Myrdal (Vintage Books, New York NY, US; 1970) 

An archaeological survey of the Takyiman-Wenchi area – J.R. Anquandah (pgs. 111-134 in Ashanti and the North-West, (eds.) Jack Goody and Kwame Arhin, Research Review Supplement No. 1, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; 1965) 

An Archaeology of Elmina: Africans and Europeans on the Gold Coast, 1400-1900 Christopher R. DeCorse (Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC, US; 288 pgs) Examines a complex settlement in the light of European expansion, illustrating cultural continuity amidst technological change

An Asante Embassy on the Gold Coast: The Mission of Akyempon Yaw to Elmina, 1869-1872 (ed.) René Baesjou (Afrika-Studiecentrum, Leiden, The Netherlands; African Studies Centre, Cambridge, England; 1979; 250 pgs)

An aspect of the organisation in Ghanaian drum music – Robert Kwami (pgs. 34-41 in Bambolse, 1, 1; Aug. 1991) 

An Assessment of National Capacity-Building in Ghana – A.A. Kwapong et al. (Report of a study by the National Capacity-Building Assessment Group for the World Bank; 1996)

An assessment of solar PV for rural electrification in Northern Ghana [Discussion] (pg. 11 in Photovoltaics Bulletin, 2003, 2; Feb. 2003)

An Assessment of the Investment Climate in Ghana (Regional Program on Enterprise Development, Africa Private Sector Group, World Bank; Washington DC, US; 2007)

An Assessment of the Performance of District Assemblies (National Commission for Civic Education Research Department, Accra; 1997) 

An Assessment of the Pharmaceutical Sector in Ghana (Ministry of Health, Accra; 2002)

An assessment of the safety of street foods in the Ga district, of Ghana; implications for the spread of zoonoses – L.K. King, B. Awumbila, E.A. Canacoo and S. Ofosu-Amaah (pgs . 39-43 in Acta Tropica, 76, 1; 21 July 2000)

An Assessment of Trends in Poverty in Ghana, 1988-92 H. Coulombe and A. McKay (World Bank, PSP Discussion Paper No. 81; Nov. 1995) 

An Atlas of Africa – N. Wolde-Mariam (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; 1970)

An Atlas of African History – J.D. Fage (Arnold, London, England; 2nd edition, 1978)

An attempt to assess the prevalence of epilepsy in Accra – D.R.W. Haddock (pgs. 140-141 in Ghana Medical Journal, 6, 4; December 1967) 

An Autobiography of W.E.B. Du Bois – W.E.B. Du Bois (International Publishers, New York, US; 1968; 448 pgs) 

An Autopsy Study of Maternal Death – B. Aboagye and A.B. Akosa (pgs. 152-156 in Ghana Medical Journal, 34, 3; 2000) 

An early settlement near Achimota – Paul Ozanne (pgs. 9-10 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 8; January 1966) 

An Econometric Analysis of Ghanaian Cocoa Supply – M.J. Bateman (pgs. 286-326 in Kotey, Okali and Rourke, 1974) 

An Econometric Model of Tropical Deforestation – S. Kant and A. Redantz (pgs. 51-86 in Journal of Forest Economics, Vol ?, No. 36; 1997) 

An Economic Analysis of Delayed Primary School Enrollment and Childhood Malnutrition in a Low Income Country Hanan Jacoby and Paul Glewwe (pgs. 156-169 in Review of Economics and Statistics, 77, 1; 1995)  

An Economic Blueprint for Ghana T.E. Anin (Woeli; 2003; 159 pgs) 

An Economic Geography of West Africa – H.P. White and M.B. Gleave (London, England; 1971)

An Economic History of Ghana from the Earliest Times Francis Agbodeka (Ghana Universities Press; 1992; 182 pgs) 

An Economic History of Ghana – Reflections on a Half-Century of Challenges and Progress – (ed.) Ivor Agyeman-Duah amd Christine Kelly (Ayebia Clarke Publishing Ltd., 7 Syringa Walk, Banbury OX16FR, Oxfordshire, England; 2008; 288 pgs) 

An Economic History of West Africa A.G. Hopkins (Longman, London, England and Columbia University Press, New York, US; 1973; 337 pgs) 

An Economic Perspective of Land Development Policy Implementation in a Developing Economy: The Case of Accra, Ghana A. Antwi (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, London, England; 1995)

An Economic Survey of Cocoa Farmers in Northern Akyem Abuakwa – P. Hill (Economic Research Division, University of Ghana; 1957) 

An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary – E.A. Wallis Budge (New York, US; 1978; further details to come)

An elementary history for schools – F.K. Buah (Macmillan, London, England; 1967; 94 pgs)

An Elementary Mole Grammar with a Vocabulary of over 1000 Words for the Use of Officials in the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast R.S. Rattray (Clarendon Press, Oxford, England; 1918; 85 pgs)

An English-Akan-Ewe-Ga Dictionary C.L. Akrofi, G.L. Botchey, B.K. Takyi (Waterville Publishing House, P.O. Box 195, Accra; 1968; Fourth edition, 1996; 314 pgs)

An English family at Cape Coast, 1802-1804 – R. Porter (pgs. 43-64 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 9; 1964) 

An Empirical Investigation of Short- and Long-run Agricultural Wage Formation in Ghana – Awudu Abdulai (pgs. 169-185 in Oxford Development Studies, 28, 2-2; 2000) 

An Enquiry Concerning Employment Opportunities for Secondary School Leavers in Ghana – S. French and T.A. Boyd (Social Science Project, Research Series No. 6, University of Cape Coast; 1971) 

An Epistle to the Educated Youngman in Akim Abuakwa J.B. Danquah (Palladium Press, Accra; 1928) 

An Essay on African Philosophical Thought: The Akan Conceptual Scheme – Kwame Gyekye (Cambridge University Press, New York, US; 1987; revised edition, Philadelphia PA, US; 1996) 

An Essay on the Nature of the Aesthetic in the Africa Musical Arts – Nissio Fiagbedezi (self-published; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2005; 60 pgs) 

An Essay on the Political Imagination in Wartime – Achille Mbembe (in CODESRIA Bulletin, 2, 3 & 4; 2000) 

An Essay on the Superstitions, Customs, and Arts, Common to the Ancient Egyptians, Abyssinians, and Ashantees – T.E. Bowdich (Paris, France; 1821) 

An evaluation of direct, residual and cumulative effects of various phosphatic fertilizers on some tropical soils – C.S. Ofori (pgs. 133-142 in Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science, 1, 2; 1968) 

An Evaluation of Netherlands Cofinancing of World Bank Activities in Ghana, 1983-1996 – N.K. Sowa and H. White (unpublished mimeo; 1997)

An evaluation of the effects of certain pesticides on the yield and quality of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum mill. C.V. Rema) fruits and seeds – Nana Sakyiwa Olympio (pgs. 108-114 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 10, 3; Oct. 1990) 

An Experience in Participatory Approach to Training Development Workers [Training Reports, Vols. 8, 12, 13, 15] (CUSO/CCPD, Tamale; 1989-1991)

An Experiment in Integrated Rural Development: The Mampong Valley Social Laboratory in Ghana – (ed.) J.R. Schott (International Institute of Rural Reconstruction, New York, US and Ghana Rural Reconstruction Movement; 1978; 252 pgs) Papers presented at a June 30-July 3, 1977 seminar sponsored by the Ghana Rural Reconstruction Movement 

An experiment in the use of aerial photographs in the coastal grassland area of Ghana – E.O. Asare (pgs. 917-920 in Proceedings of the 10th International Grassland Congress, 1966) 

An Explanation of Gã Homowo M.A. Barnor (Accra; 1924)

An Exploratory Analysis of the Impact of Market Orientation on New Product Performance – K. Atuahene-Gima (pgs. 275-293 in Journal of Product Innovation Management, 12; 1995) 

An exploratory survey of small-scale off-farm economic activities and sustainable household livelihoods in the Bongo District of Ghana – F.Z.L. Bacho (pgs. 27-49 in Ghana Journal of Development Studies, 1, 2; 2004) 

An External Evaluation of the Nkoranza Community Financing Health Insurance Scheme in Ghana C. Atim and M. Sock (Technical Report No. 50, Abt Associates Inc, Bethesda MD, US; 2000) 

An extract of Desmodium adscendens activates cyclo-oxygenase and increases prostaglandin synthesis by ram seminal microsomes – M.E. Addy and M. Schwartzman (pgs. 287-293 in Phytother. Res. 9; 1995) 

An Historical Introduction to the Land Law – W.S. Holdsworth (details to come; 1927)  

An Incomprehensible Miracle: Central Clerical Intellectualism versus African historic religion: A close reading of Valentin Mudimbe’s Tales of Faith – W. Binsbergen (www.geocities.com/africareligion/mudi10.htm; 2001) 

An In-depth Analysis of HIV Prevalence in Ghana: Further Analysis of Demographic and Health Surveys P.A. Akwara, G.B. Fosu, P. Govindasamy, S. Alayon and A. Hyslop (ORC Macro, Calverton MD, US; 2005) 

An Index of Real Wages of the Unskilled Labourer in Accra – W.B. Birmingham (pgs. 2-6 in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 4, 3; 1960) 

An Integrated Socioeconomic Analysis of Innovation Adoption: The Case of Hybrid Cocoa in Ghana – Kwasi Boahene, Tom A. B. Snijders and Henk Folmer (pgs. 167-184 in Journal of Policy Modeling, 21, 2; March 1999)

An Interim Economic Appraisal of the Volta Resettlement Scheme – Rowena M. Lawson (pgs. 95-105 in Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies, 10, 1; Ibadan, Nigeria; March 1968) 

An Interim Reappraisal of the Volta Resettlement Scheme – Rowena Lawson (mimeo; University of Ghana, Volta Basin Research Project, Technical Report X13; 1966)

An Interpretative Analysis of Efua T. Sutherland’s Edufa – Martin Okyere Owusu and Benjamin Okyere Asante (Black Mask Ltd, P.O. Box C770 CT, Accra; 2002)

An Interview with Ama Ata Aidoo, Ghanaian playwright and poetess (in Cultural Events in Africa, 35 (London, England); October 1967; 4 pgs) 

An Introduction to African Civilizations – Willa Huggins (New York, US; 1937)  

An Introduction to African Politics – (ed.) Alex Thomson (Routledge, London, England; 2000 and 2004; 284 pgs) A textbook introducing key themes (colonialism, ethnicity, nationalism, social class, ideology, legitimacy, sovereignty, and democracy) in the study of African politics; country studies include Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria, Botswana, Côte d’Ivoire, Uganda, Somalia, Ghana, Zaire, and Algeria (ABCBR) 

An Introduction to Akan – J. Beryr and Agnes Akosua Aidoo (Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; 1975; 336 pgs) 

An Introduction to Kasena Society and Culture through their ProverbsA.K. Awedoba (University Press of America, Lanham MD, US; 2000)

An Introduction to Kasena Society and Culture through their Proverbs; A.K. Awedoba – Christiane Owusu-Sarpong (in Research Review (new series) 16, 2; Legon; 2000) Book review

An Introduction to Languages and Language in Africa – P. Alexandre (Heinemann, London, England; 1971)

An Introduction to the African Prose Narrative (ed.) Lokangaka Losambe (Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US and Asmara, Eritrea; 2004; 273 pgs) Sixteen essays on the heritage of the African prose narrative; topics include orality and literacy in narratives of Shaka, and Sundiata; the francophone anti-colonial novel; the novel of post-independence disillusionment in Central Africa; the Nigerian war novel; and the short story in SiSwati. Writers discussed include Achebe, Soyinka, Ngugi, Cheikh Hamidou Kane, Sibusiso Nyembezi, Mongane Serote, Bessie Head, Es’kia Mphahlele, Syl Cheney-Coker, and Ben Okri (ABCBR)  

An Introduction to Twi – E.L. Rapp (Evangelical Society, Basel, Switzerland; 1948; 119 pgs)

An Introductory Course in Ga – J. Beryr and Nii Amon Kotei (US Office of Education, Institute of International Studies, Washington DC, US; 1969; 148 pgs)

An Objectified History of Akim Abuakwa J.B. Danquah (London, England; 1938) 

An Open Letter to a Young Researcher – A. Adams (pgs. 451-479 in African Affairs, 78; Oct. 1979) Contains an account of how a locally initiated irrigation project in the Senegal Valley was appropriated by the government and USAID

An Outline Chronological Table of the Development of Education in British West Africa – L.J. Lewis (Thomas Nelson, Edinburgh, Scotland; no date) 

An Outline of Asante History – Part 1, Second Edition, 2000 Osei Kwadwo (O. Kwadwo Enterprise, Wiamoase-Ashanti; 176 pgs) 

An Outline of Asante History – Part 2, Vol. 1 Osei Kwadwo (O. Kwadwo Enterprise, Wiamoase-Ashanti; 2000; 214 pgs) 

An Outline of Historical Events in Ghana – Part 1 – 1471-1957 – George Owusu (Paramount Printing and Publishing Works, P.O. Box 4109, Accra; 1996; 124 pgs)

An outline of the history of municipal government at Cape Coast – B. Pachai (pgs. 130-160 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 8; 1965) 

An outreach education and treatment project in Ghana for the early stage of Mycobacterium ulcerans disease M.R.W. Evans, R. Phillips, S.N. Etuaful, G. Amofah, J. Adomako, O. Adjei, J. Dennis-Antwi, S. B. Lucas and M. H. Wansbrough-Jones (pgs. 159-160 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 97, 2; March-April 2003)

An Overview and Performance Benchmarks of Ghana’s Microfinance Industry L.A. Jean, C. Fosu, D. Andah and P. Opoku-Mensah (mimeo, GHAMFIN, Accra; 2006) 

An Unsung Heritage – Perspective on Slavery – A. Mountain (David Philip Publishers, New Africa Books (Pty.) Ltd; further details to come) 

Anaemia caused by asymptomatic Plasmodium falciparum infection in semi-immune African schoolchildren – Jørgen A. L. Kurtzhals, Mark M. Addae, Bartholomew D. Akanmori, Samuel Dunyo, Kwadjo A. Koram, Maxwell A. Appawu, Francis K. Nkrumah and Lars Hviid (pgs . 623-627 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 93, 6; November-December 1999)

Anaemia in pregnant Ghanaian women: importance of malaria, iron deficiency, and haemoglobinopathies – Frank P. Mockenhaupt, Birgit Rong, Matthias Günther, Stefanie Beck, Holger Till, Elisabeth Kohne, William N. A. Thompson and Ulrich Bienzle (pgs . 477-483 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 94, 5; September-October 2000) 

Analysing the role of risk-sharing schemes in the informal sector – I. Osei-Akoto (Report to the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; 2003)

Analyzing the Politics of African State Policy: Some Thoughts on Robert Bates’ Work – M. Bienefeld (Institute of Development Studies Bulletin 17, 1; Jan. 1986)  

Analysis and Interpretation of Ola Rotimi’s ‘The Gods Are Not To Blame’ M. Okyere Owusu (Sedco; 2002; 100 pgs)

Analysis (Finite Element) of Composite Overwrap, Filament Wound Structures – T.O. Mensah et al. (in Proceedings, Army Research Workshop Conference, New Orleans MS, US; Sept. 1994) 

Analysis of client-provider interactions in family planning consultations in primary health care clinics in Kenya, Ghana, and Indonesia – Young Mi Kim, Adrienne Kols, Gary Lewis, Dan Odallo and Fitri Putjuk (pg. S37 in Patient Education and Counseling, 34, Supplement 1; 1 May 1998) 

Analysis of literacy data based on censuses of Ghana, 1960, 1970, 1984 – Juliana Osei (pgs. 39-54 in Ghana Journal of Literacy and Adult Education, 1, 1; June 1992) 

Analysis of Demographic Data, Vol. 1, Preliminary Analysis Reports – (eds.) K.A. Twum-Baah, T.K. Kumekpor and K.E. de Graft-Johnson (Ghana Statistical Service, Accra; 1995; 244 pgs) 

Analysis of Demographic Data, Vol. 2, Detailed Analysis Reports (ed.) K.A. Twum-Baah, T.K. Kumekpor (Ghana Statistical Service, Accra; 1995; 226 pgs) 

Analysis of Households Surveys: A Microeconometric Approach to Development Policy – A. Deaton (John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore MD, US; 1997)

Analysis of the Human Resource 5-Year Plan (Ministry of Health, Accra; April 2001) 

Analysis of Urban Agglomeration and Its Meaning for Rural People: A Case Study of Accra-Tema Metropolitan Area – D.K. Berkoh (in Seminar on Urbanization and Rural Development, University of Ghana; 1976) 

Ananse akuamoa, 3 (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1966; 24 pgs) Akuapem-Twi

Ananse in the Land of Idiots – Yaw Asare; (ed.) Africanus Ayeh (Study Ghana Foundation, P.O. Box LG 518, Legon; 2006; 67 pgs) Drama 

Ananse the spider: tales from an Ashanti village – Peggy Appiah (Pantheon Books, New York, US; 1966; 152 pgs) Pictures by Peggy Wilson 

Anarchie und Tradition – R. Schott (pgs. 22-35 in Begründungen des Rechts, (ed.) U. Nembach, Göttinger theologische Arbeiten, 9; Göttingen, Germany; 1979) 

Anatomy of an African Town – J. Hinderink and J.J. Stenkenburg (Department of Geography of Developing Countries, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands; 1975)

Anatomy of Female Power – Chinweizu (2nd Edition, Pero Press, P.O. Box 988, Festac Town, Lagos, Nigeria; 2005; 155 pgs; 1st edition, 1990) 

Ancestor Worship among the Bulsa of Northern Ghana – Religious, Social and Economic Aspects – F. Kröger (in Kulturanthropologische Studien, vol. 9, (eds.) R. Schott and G. Wiegelmann, Renner Verlag, Hohenschäftlarn, Germany; 1982; 120 pgs) 

Ancestor Worship, Libation, Stools, Festivals – K.A. Busia (pgs. 17-23 in Christianity and African Culture, Christian Council, Accra; 1955)

Ancestors - Elders - Sacrifices: Concepts and Meanings among the Bulsa – F. Kröger (pgs. 243-262 in Ghana's North – Research on Culture, Religion and Politics of Societies in Transition, Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt, Germany; 2003)

Ancestors, Heroes and God J.B. Danquah (G. Boakie, Kibi; 1938; 46 pgs)

AncestralLogic & CaribbeanBlues – Kofi Anyidoho (Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US; 1993)

Ancestral Sacrifice – Kaakyire Akosomo Nyantakyi (Chicago Spectrum Press, 4824 Brownboro Center, Louisville, KY 40207, US; 2002; 143 pgs) 

Ancient African kingdoms – M. Shinnie (St. Martins Press, New York, US; 1965; 126 pgs)

Ancient and medieval Ethiopian history to 1270 – Sergew Hable Selassie (United Printers, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; 1972) 

Ancient Ashanti Chieftaincy – Ernest E. Obeng (Accra; 1986) 

Ancient Egypt, the Light of the World – Gerald Massey (1907; further details to come) According to John Henrik Clark, this is one of the “masterpieces of Egyptian history” written by white historians who do not support “the false assumption or claim that the ancient Egyptians were white people”

Ancient Egyptian Literature: A Book of Readings, Vol. I: The Old and Middle Kingdom – Miriam Lichtheim (University of California Press, Berkeley CA, US; 1973) Vol. 3 (University of California Press, Berkeley CA, US; 1980) 

Ancient Egyptian Materials and Industries – Alfred Lucas (London, England; 1934) 

Ancient Egyptian Myths and Legends – Spence Lewis (Dover Pubications, New York NY, US; 1990)

Ancient Egyptian Religion – S. Quirke (British Museum Press, London, England; 1992)

Ancient Ghana: A Review of the Evidence J.D. Fage (in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana; Achimota; 1957) 

Ancient Kush, Old Aethipia, and the Balad es Sudan – William Leo Hansberry (Reprinted from the Journal of Human Relations, 8; 1960) Is it, more correctly, Aethiopia and Bilad es Sudan? 

Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament – (ed.) James B. Pritchard (Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ, US; 1995) 

Ancient Records of Egypt, Vols. 1-5 – James Henry Breasted (Chicago IL, US; 1906) 

Anglo-German Rivalry and Krepi Politics, 1886-1894 D. Brown (pgs. 201-216 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 15, 2; Dec. 1974)

Angola – Basil Davidson (New York, US; 1961) 

Angola from Afro-Stalinism to Petro-Diamond Capitalism – Tony Hodges (Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, US; James Currey, Oxford, England; 2001; 201 pgs)

Animal diseases and primary health care: Intersectoral challenges – C. Schwabe (pgs. 227-232 in WHO Chronicle, 35; 1981)

Animal production in Ghana – 1 – L.N.K. Ababio (pgs. 8-9 in Legon Observer, 2, 23; 1967)  

Animal production in Ghana – 2 – L.N.K. Ababio (pgs. 5-7 in Legon Observer, 2, 24; 1967)  

Animals of West Africa – G.S. Candale (Longmans, London, England; 1960)

Ankrah of Ghana (pgs. 16-22 in Africa Institute Bulletin, 5, 1 (Pretoria, South Africa; January February 1967) 

Ankrah: the grand old boy – Daniel Andoh (pgs. 2144-2145 in West Africa, No. 3926; 14-20 Dec. 1992) Obituary; Ankrah’s dates are 1915-1992

Annales de la Propagation de la Foi Fr. A. Moreau (?) (Lyons, France; 1883) Includes an account of French Catholics at Elmina in 1822 trying to get a foothold in Kumasi 

Annual Progress Report: January-December 2007 Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Accra; 2007)

Annual Report [on] Maternal and Child Health (Ministry of Health Family Planning Unit; 1991) 

Annual Report of the Resource Planning and Energy Policy Department (1999-2000) (Energy Commission; 2000)

Annual Report of the Veterinary Department, 1919 (Government Printer, Accra) 

Annual Report on the School Lunch Program Operations (Catholic Relief Service; 1994)

Annual Reports, 1999-2003 (Department of Cooperatives, Accra) 

Annual Volume of the Laws of the Gold Coast Containing All Legislation Enacted During the Year 1939 (Government Printing Department, Accra; 1940; 605 pgs)

Ano Asema : mythe et histoire – C. Perrot (pgs. 199-222 in Journal of African History, 15, 2; 1974) 

Anomie in Ashanti? – J. Goody (pgs. 356-363 in Africa, 27, 4: 1957) Also found listed without the question mark 

Anonymous mycobacteria: a clinical and bacteriological study – H.S. Sodhi et al. (pgs. 88-94 in Ghana Medical Journal, 5, 3; September 1966)

Another America – The Politics of Race and Blame Kofi Buenor Hadjor (South End Press, 116, St. Botolph Street, Boston MA, US; 1975; 219 pgs) 

Anowa – Ama Ata Aidoo (Longman; 1970; 64 pgs) 

Ansichten über Familie in Ghana und Deutschland – G. Awen and U. Blanc (pgs. 128-135 in Mutterbruder und Kreuzcousine – Einblicke in das Famlilienleben fremder Kulturen, (eds.) U.Bertels, S. Eylert and C. Lütkes, Münster, New York, Minich, Berlin; 1997) Views about "family" in Ghana and Germany

Antecedents of Asante Culture Kofi Darkwah (pgs. 57-79 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, New Series 3; 1999) 

Antériorité  des civilisations nègres, mythe ou vérité historique – Cheikh Anta Diop (Présence Africaine, Paris, France; 1967) Roughly, ‘The precedence of black civilizations, myth or historical truth’ ; one of his ground-breaking, academy-shattering works 

Anthology of Contemporary Ghanaian Poems (ed.) Woeli Dekutsey (Woeli Publishing Services, Accra; 2004; 144 pgs) Includes Ama Ata Aidoo, Abena Busia, Bernard Kojo Laing, Kobena Eyi Acquah, Kwesi Brew, Kofi Awoonor and Lade Wosornu, Gifty Selorm Odoom, Doris Adabasu Kuwornu, Rex Quartey, David Tetteh, K.O. Kessey and Paul Bingah 

Anthropologie de l’esclavage – Le ventre de fer et d’argent – C. Meillassoux (Paris, France; 1976) Literally, ‘The anthropology of slavery – the stomach of iron and silver’ 

Anthropology and Anthropologists – Adam Kuper (Routledge, London, England; 1983)

Anthropology and Government in Ghana – A.F. Robertson (pgs. 51-59 in African Affairs, 74, 294; Jan. 1975) 

Anthropology and Independent Africans: Suicide or End of an Era? – Archie Mafeje (CODESRIA Monograph Series 4/96; 1996) 

Anthropology and Power: R.S. Rattray among the Ashanti – T.H. Von Laue (pgs. 33-54 in African Affairs, 75; Jan. 1976) 

Anthropology in the Margins of the State – (eds.) Veena Das and Deborah Poole (James Currey, London, England; 2004; 330 pgs) Draws on fieldwork from Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Peru, Guatemala, India, Chad, Columbia and South Africa to discuss the form and reach of the modern state, how people understand and experience the agency of the state, the impact of the trade in arms, diamonds, goods and currency; the role of language as cultures try to articulate their struggles; and the problems that mercenaries pose to the state (ABCBR) 

Antimicrobial activity of some medicinal plants from Ghana  G. H. Konning, C. Agyare and B. Ennison (pgs. 65-67 in Fitoterapia, 75, 1; Jan. 2004) Short communication

Antiquities of Northern Ethiopia – Otto A. Jäger (Stuttgart, Germany; 1965) 

Anton Wilhelm Amo: a Ghana scholar in eighteenth century Germany – N. Lochner (pgs. 169-179 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 3, 3; 1958) 

Anton Wilhem Amo – Deer scharze Philosoph in Halle – B. Brentjes (Koehler und Amelang, Leipzig, Germany; 1976) Roughly, the Black Philosopher in Halle 

Ao m’akoma mu – Kobena Gyate Akwa (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1967; 64 pgs) Fante 

Apaee: poems recited by the Abrafo of the Asantehene on State occasions – J.H. Kwabena Nketia (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 1966; 34 pgs) The Abrafo are the executioners 

Apoo Festival – E.V. Asihene (Ghana Publishing Corporation, Tema; 1980)

Aposto lowo fe dedefiahabobo fe xletibale 1968 – C.K.N. Wovenu (Apostolic Revelation Church; 1967; 35 pgs) Ewe

Apostolowo fe dedefia habobo fe xletibale 1969 (Scripture texts for daily study reading, calendar 1969) – C.K.N. Wovenu (Apostolic Revelation Church; 1968; 36 pgs) Ewe 

Appendices Containing Comparative Returns and General Statistics of the 1931 Census – Gold Coast Colony (Government Press, Accra; 1932; 246 pgs)

Application of Law in Tanzania: A 'Proper Remedy' Approach to Some Problems of Legal Pluralism – Akilagpa Sawyerr (pgs. 223-246 in Eastern Africa Law Review, 7; 1974)  

Application of Muslim Law in Kenya: A Brief Note – Akilagpa Sawyerr (pgs. 285-293 in Eastern Africa Law Review, 1; 1968)   

Apport de l’Afrique à la civilization universelle – Cheikh Anta Diop (in Actes du colloque international: Centenaire de la Conférence de Berlin, 1884-1885; Présence Africaine, Paris, France; 1987) Africa’s contribution to universal civilization 

Apports et perspectives culturels de l’Afrique Noire – Cheikh Anta Diop (in Présence Africaine, Special Issue 8-10, Vol. 1: First Congress of Black Writers and Artists, Paris, France; 1956) Roughly: Legacy and cultural perspectives of Black Africa 

Appraisal of Upper Regional Agricultural Development Project (World Bank, IBRD Report No. 1061a-GH; 1976) 

Apprenticeship Contracts, Small Enterprises, and Credit Markets in Ghana – A. Velenchik (pgs. 451-475 in World Bank Economic Review, 9, 3; 1995) 

Approaches to the integration of Ghanaian companies into the global economy: The case of non-traditional products – Olav Jull Sorenson and John Kuada (International Business Economics Working Paper Series No. 30, Alborg University, Centre for International Studies; 1998) 

Apropos of Africa: Sentiments of Negro American Leaders on Africa from the 1800s to the 1950s – (eds.) A.C. Hill and M. Kilson (Cass; London, England; 1969; Anchor, New York, US; 1971) 

Aquatic weed control by manatees – its prospects and problems – W.H.L. Allsopp (paper presented at the International Symposium on Man-made Lakes held in Accra; 1966)

Aqueous extract of Ocimum canum decreases levels of fasting blood glucose and free radicals and increases antiatherogenic lipid levels in mice – Alexander K. Nyarko, Henry Asare-Anane, Mark Ofosuhene, Marian E. Addy, Kwesi Teye and Phyllis Addo (pgs. 273-279 in Vascular Pharmacology, 39, 6; Dec. 2002)

Arab Dollars for Africa – E.C. Chibwe (Croom Helm, London, England; 1976)

Arab navigation in the Indian Ocean before the coming of the Portuguese – (ed.) G.R. Tibbets (Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland; Oriental translation fund; 1971) 

Arab navigation in the Red Sea – G.R. Tibbets (pgs. 332-334 in Geographical Journal, 127, 3; 1961) 

Arabian medicine and its influence on the Middle Ages, 2 vols. – D.E.H. Campbell (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner; London, England; 1926) 

Arabic literacy and secrecy among the Mende of Sierra Leone – C. Bledsoe and K. Robey (pgs. 202-226 in Man, 21, 1986) 

Arabic materials for Ghanaian history – B.G. Martin (pgs. 74-83 in Research Review, 2, 1; 1965)

Arbitrage opportunities on the forex bureau market in Ghana – Kofi A. Osei (pgs. 95-99 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 11, 3; Oct. 1991)

Arcany or Accany or Arcania and the Accanists of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries European Records A.A. Boahen (in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 14, 1; 1973) 

Archaeological and Linguistic Reconstruction in Ghana Merrick Posnansky (pgs 256-265 in Towards an Archaeological and Linguistic Interpretation of African History, (eds.) C. Ehrer and M. Posnansky; University of California, Berkeley CA, US; 1982) 

Archaeological Research at Kasana, Upper West Region, Ghana – Yaw Bredwa-Mensah (pgs. 184-202 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, New Series No. 8, University of Ghana, Legon; 2004)

Archaeological salvage in man-made lakes (Lake Volta) – O. Davies (pgs. 109-111 in Man-made lakes, (ed.) R.M. Lowe-McConnell; Academic Press for Institute of Biology, London, England; 1966) 

Archaeology and Akan civilization – M. Posnansky (in Bondoukou Seminar Papers; 1974)

Archaeology at the University of Ghana, Legon – Merrick Posnansky (pgs. 314-315 in African Studies Bulletin, 2, 3; Dec. 1968)

Archaeology in Ghana: Papers – O. Davies (Nelson and Sons, Edinburgh, Scotland, for the University College of Ghana; 1961; 45 pgs) 

Archaeology in the Volta Basin – O. Davies (Department of Archaeology, University of Ghana; 1969; 100 pgs) 

Archaeology in West Africa: A Review of Recent Work and a Further List of Radiocarbon Dates – J.E.G. Sutton (pgs. 291-313 in Journal of African History, 23, 3; 1982) 

Archaeology of Elmina: Africans and Europeans on the Gold Coast, 1400-1900 – C.R. DeCorse (Smithsonian Institution Press; 2001; hard cover 286 pgs) 

Archaeology of the Flooded Volta Basin – O. Davies (Occasional Papers in Archaeology, 1, Department of Archaeology and Volta Basin Research Project, University of Ghana; 1971; 34 pgs)

Archaeology in the Gold Coast – C.T. Shaw (pgs. 139-147 in African Studies, 2, 3; 1943)

Archaeology in the Volta Basin, 1963-1966 – R.N. York (University of Ghana; 1967; 45 pgs)

Archaeology of Gonja, Ghana: Excavations at Daboya – P.L. Shinnie and F.J. Kense (details to come; 1990)

Archaeology, Technology and Akan Civilization – M. Posnansky (pgs. 24-38 in Journal of African Studies, 2 [or 3?]; 1975) 

Archibald Dalzel: Slave Trader and Historian of Dahomey – I.A. Akinjogbin (pgs. 67-78 in Journal of African History, 7, 1; 1966) Dalzel was Governor at Cape Coast from March 1792 for 10 years, says McFarland 

Architecture in Northern Ghana: A Study of Forms and Functions – L. Prussin (University of California Press, Berkeley CA, US; 1969; 120 pgs) 

Archival Contributions (Communications from the Basel Africa Bibliography, No. 9, Basel, Switzerland; 1973; 86 pgs. and 9 tables)  

Archives of Empire, Volume One: From the East India Company to the Suez Canal – (eds.) Mia Carter and Barbara Harlow (Duke University Press, US; 2003; 832 pgs) A documentary history of 19th century British imperialism from the Indian subcontinent, to the Suez Canal to southernmost Africa. The selection tracks the debates over imperialism from the military to missionary organizations, from geographic and ethnographic societies to trading companies. Documents include mercantile company charters, parliamentary records, explorers’ accounts, and political cartoons, complemented by timelines, maps, and bibliographies. These books reveal the complexities of 19th century colonialism and emphasize its enduring relevance to the global markets of the 21st century. Writers include Rudyard Kipling, Charles Dickens, John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx and Benjamin Disraeli (ABCBR)

Archives of Empire, Volume Two: The Scramble for Africa – (eds.) Mia Carter and Barbara Harlow (Duke University Press, US; 2003; 821 pgs) Includes  reports, speeches, treatises, proclamations, letters and cartoons, from the likes of Henry M. Stanley, David Livingstone, Joseph Conrad, G. W. F. Hegel, Winston Churchill, Charles Darwin, and Arthur Conan Doyle (ABCBR)

Are African Proverbs an Ambiguous Source of Wisdom for Living? A Case Study of Ga and Danme Proverbs – J.N. Kudadjie (in CD-ROM, African Proverbs – Collections, Studies, Bibliographies, (ed.) S. Nussbaum, Global Mapping International, Colorado, US; 1996) 

Are educated workers really more productive? – Patricia Jones (pgs. 57-79 in Journal of Development Economics, 64, 1; February 2001)  

Are Horticultural Exports a Replicable Success Story? Evidence from Kenya and Côte d’Ivoire – N. Minot and M. Ngigi (Discussion Paper, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC, US; 2004) 

Are Immigrant Remittance Flows a Source of Capital for Development? – S. Chami, C. Fullenkamp and S. Jahjah (IMF Staff Papers, 52, 1; 2005) 

Are Short-term Policies Consistent with Long-term Development Needs in Africa? – Frances Stewart (Chapter 5, pgs. 98-128 in From Adjustment to Development in Africa: Conflict, Controversy, Convergence, Consensus?; (eds.) Giovanni Andrea Cornia and Gerald K. Helleiner; St. Martin’s Press, New York, NY, US; 1994)  

Are there cultural universals? – Kwasi Wiredu (pgs. 52-64 in The Monist, 78; Jan. 1995; and pgs. 31-40 in The African Philosophy Reader, (eds.) P.H. Coetzee and A.P.J. Roux; Routledge, London, England and New York NY, US; 1998) 

Are women overrepresented among the poor? An analysis of poverty in 10 developing countries – Agnes R. Quisumbing, Lawrence Haddad and Christine Peña (pgs. 225-269 in Journal of Development Economics, 66, 1; October 2001)

Are User Fees Regressive? The Welfare Implications of Health Care Financing Proposals in Peru – P. Gertler, L. Locay and W. Sanderson (pgs. 67-88 in Journal of Econometrics, 36; 1987) 

Area Handbook for Ghana – I. Kaplan et al. (American University Foreign Area Studies, US Government Printing Office, Washington DC, US; 2nd edition, 1971; 449 pgs) 

Aristote et la mélanité des anciens Egyptiens – Mubabinge Bilolo (pgs. 139-161 in Ankh, 6-7, 1997-1998) Roughly, ‘Aristotle and the blackness of ancient Egyptians’

Armah, Ayi Kwei – D. Herdeck (pgs. 43-44 in African Authors: A Companion to Black African Writing, Volume 1: 1300-1973; Black Orpheus Press, Washington DC, US; 1973) 

Armah’s Histories – Bernth Lindfors (pgs. 267-277 in Critical Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah, (ed.) D. Wright, Three Continents Press; 1992)

Armah’s Second Novel – G. Moore (pgs. 69-71 in Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 9, 1; 1974) 

Arms and Politics in Ghana – J. Kraus (pgs. 154-223 in Soldier and State in Africa, (ed.) C.E. Welch, Jr., Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; 1970)

Aroma profiles of pineapple fruit (Ananas comosus [L.] Merr.) and pineapple products S. Elss, C. Preston, C. Hertzig, F. Heckel, E. Richling and P. Schreier (pgs. 263-274 in LWT - Food Science and Technology, 38, 3; May 2005)

Arrows and earth shrines: towards a history of Dagara expansion in southern Burkina Faso – Richard Kuba and Carola Lentz (pgs. 377-406 in Journal of African History, 43; 2002) 

Art: an expression of the Ghanaian way of life – G.W.A. Owusu (pgs. 58-68 in

Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 10, 2; June 1990) 

Art and Ideology in the African Novel: A Study of the Influence of Marxism on African Writing – Emmanuel Ngara (1985)  

Art and taboos in Ghana – J.K. Asare-Tettey (pgs. 88-90 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 11, 3; Oct. 1991) 

Art and the environment – G.P. Atta Kwami (pgs. 6-12 in Bambolse, 1, 1; Aug. 1991)

Art education and national development – Ablade Glover (pgs. i, ii in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 11, 3; Oct. 1991) 

Arthur London, Chief Agent of Swanzy and Co.: A Biography of Imperial Commerce on the Gold Coast – David Dorward (pgs. 61-78 in African Economic History, 29; 2001) 

Arut – Ruth (Ghana Institute of Linguistics, Literacy and Bible Translation, Bolgatanga; 1999) 

As I Face America: Race and Africanity in W.E.B. Du Bois’s The Souls of Black Folk K. Larbi Korang (pgs. 166-186 in W.E.B. Du Bois and Race: Essays Celebrating the Centennial Publication of The Souls of Black Folk, (eds.) C.J. Fontenot and M.A. Morgan, Mercer University Press, Macon GA, US; 2001) 

As the Dust Begins to Settle – Ama Ata Aidoo (NOK  Poetry Series, NOK Publishers, New York NY, US; London, England; Lagos, Nigeria; date to come)

Asafo J.E.K. Aggrey (Ghana Publishing Corporation; 1978)

Asafo mmea fekuw nnwon (Ghana Presbyteria, Presbyteria Women’s Fellowship, Accra; 1965) Twi

Asante – Faustine Ama Boateng (Heritage Library of African Peoples; 1996)

Asante and Akyem Relations 1700-1831 – J.K. Fynn (in Institute of African Studies Research Review, Vol. 9, No. 1, Legon; 1973) 

Asante and Fante in the nineteenth century – G.N. Brown (pgs. 245-254 in Africa in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: a handbook for teachers and students, (eds.) Joseph C. Anene and Godfrey N. Brown; Nelson, London, England; 1966)

Asante and its Neighbours 1700-1807 – J.K. Fynn (Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; Longman, London, England; 1971; 175 pgs) 

Asante and the Dutch, 1744-1873 – L.W. Yarak (Oxford; 1990) 

Asante and the Northeast – K.P. Arhin (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; 1970; 215 pgs) 

Asante at the End of the Nineteenth Century: Setting the Record Straight – Ivor Wilks (pgs. 13-59 in Ghana Studies, 3; 2000)

Asante at the Turn of the Twentieth Century – Emmanuel Akyeampong (pgs. 3-12 in Ghana Studies, 3; 2000) Emmanuel Akyeampong is Guest Editor of this Special Issue in Commemoration of the Yaa Asantewaa War of 1900

Asante before the British: The Prempean Years, 1875-1900 T.J. Lewin (Regents Press of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, US; 1978; 312 pgs) 

Asante Catholicism: Religious and Cultural Reproduction among the Akan of Ghana – J. Pashington Obeng (in Studies of Religion in Africa, Vol. 15; 1996; and Brill Academic Publishers; 1996; 244 pgs) 

Asante, Fante and the British 1800-1880 A. Adu Boahen (pgs. 341-358 in A Thousand Years of West African History, (eds.) Ade Ajayi and Ian Espie, Ibadan University Press, Ibadan, Nigeria; 1965) 

Asante Identities: History and Modernity in an African Village, 1850-1950 – T.C. McCaskie (Indiana University Press, US; 2001) 

Asante in the Nineteenth Century: The Structure and Evolution of a Political Order – Ivor Wilks (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1975)

Asante Policy Towards the Hausa Trade in the Nineteenth Century Ivor Wilks (pgs. 124-141 in The Development of Indigenous Trade and Markets in West Africa, (ed.) Claude Meillassoux, Oxford University Press, London, England; 1971)  

Asante Queen Mothers in Government and Politics in the Nineteenth Century – Agnes Akosua Aidoo (pgs. 1-14 in Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria (Ibadan), 9; Dec. 1977; also in The black woman cross-culturally, (ed.) Filomena Steady; Schenckman, Cambridge MA, US; 1981)

Asante Queen Mothers: Precolonial Authority in a Post-Colonial Society – Beverly J. Stoeltjie (pgs. 1-19 in Research Review (new series) 19, 2; Legon; 2003)  

Asante Refugees in Akyem Abuakwa, 1875-1912 – R. Addo-Fening (pgs. 39-64 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 14, 1; June 1973)

Asante: the perception and utilization of the environment before the twentieth century – Nana Akwasi Abayie Boaten (pgs. 19-28 in Research Review, new series, 6, 2; 1990) 

Asante’s Relations with Dagomba c. 1740-1874 – A.A. Iliasu (pgs. 54-62 in

The Ghana Social Science Journal, 1, 2; 1970 [or 1971?]) 

Asante Twi in the Polyglotta Africana – John M. Stewart (pgs. 111-115 in Sierra Leone Language Review, 5; 1966) 

Asantesεm ne Mmεbusεm Bi – J.S. Mensah (private printing, Kumasi; 1966) Roughly, ‘Asante lore and some proverbs’ 

Ascribing quantitative value to community participation: A case study of the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) initiative in five African countries  M.A. Chilaka (pgs. 987-994 in Public Health, 119, 11; Nov. 2005) 

Asɛm sɛ  bɛ – R.M. Oppong (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1966; 50 pgs) Akuapem-Twi 

Asɛmka (A Bilingual Literary Journal) (University of Cape Coast; No. 5, September 1979; 142 pgs)

Asɛmka – Ayi Kwei Armah (pgs. 28-32 in Okyeame, 3, 1; Dec. 1966) Short story

Asɛmpaka Adwuma – E.V. Asihene (Waterville Publishing House, Accra; 1965; 42 pgs) [Twi] The job of telling the truth 

Asenta oba I (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1967; 24 pgs) [Ga] 

Asenta oba II (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1967; 24 pgs) [Ga] 

Asenta oba III (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1967; 24 pgs) [Ga] 

Asetena mu awonsem – J. Kwasu Brantuo (Ghana Bureau of Languages, Accra; 1966; 94 pgs) [Akuapem-Twi] 

Ashantee and the Gold Coast: Being a Sketch of the History, Social state, and Superstitions of the Inhabitants of Those Countries – J. Beecham (J. Mason, London, England; 1st edition, 1841; reprint, Dawson, London, 1968; and Johnson Reprint Corp., New York, US; 1970; 376 pgs) – Contains a short Fante-English vocabulary compiled by William de Graft. McFarland describes the book as a “secondhand collection of facts by a Wesleyan missionary”; introduction by G.E. Metcalfe 

Ashanti – R.S. Rattray (Clarendon Press, Oxford, England; 1923, 1955, 1969; 348 pgs)

Ashanti: A Traditional History to the Reign of Nana Sofo Kantanka (with a Note on the Traditional History of Mampong by Ivor Wilks) – J.M. Agyeman-Duah (pgs. 21-29 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 4, 2; Dec. 1960)

Ashanti and the evolution of human geography of Ghana – K.B. Dickson (pgs. 23-34 in Bulletin of the Ghana Geographical Association, 12; 1967)

Ashanti and the Gold Coast and What We Know of It J. Dalrymple Hay (London, England; 1874)

Ashanti and the Northwest – (eds.) Jack Goody and Kwame Arhin (Research Review, Supplement No. 1; 1965; 185 pgs) 

Ashanti Boy – Akosua Abbs (Collins, London, England; 1959; 256 pgs) Novel

Ashanti bureaucracy: A study of the growth of centralized administration in Ashanti from the time of Osei Tutu to the time of Osei Tutu Kwamina Esibe Bonsu – George P. Hagan (pgs. 43-62 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 12; 1971) 

Ashanti East of the Volta – M. Johnson (pgs. 33-59 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 3; 1965) 

Ashanti Fetish Houses – M. Swithenbank (Ghana Universities Press; 1969; 68 pgs)

Ashanti Gold – The African Legacy of the World’s Most Precious Metal – Edward S. Ayensu (Ashanti Goldfields Corporation Limited, P.O. Box 2665, Accra; 1997; 200 pgs) 

Ashanti government – Ivor Wilks (pgs. 206-238 in West African Kingdoms in the nineteenth century, (eds.) Daryll Forde and P.M. Kaberry, Oxford University Press, London, England; 1967) 

Ashanti, Juaben, and M. Bonnat – M. Johnson (pgs. 17-41 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 12; 1971) 

Ashanti, Kumasi – The Garden City of West Africa – J. Maxwell (pgs. 219-220 in Journal of the African Society, 23, 107; 1928) 

Ashanti Law and Constitution R.S. Rattray (Clarendon Press, London, England; 1929; 195[6 or 7?]; 420 pgs; Negro Universities Press, New York, US; 1969) Also found listed as Oxford Press, London, 1929  

Ashanti Nubility Rites P.K. Sarpong (Ghana Publishing Corporation, Tema; 1977)

Ashanti Proverbs R.S. Rattray (Clarendon, Oxford, England; [1915 or 1916?]; 190 pgs; new edition, 1961) 

Ashanti Region of Ghana: An Annotated Bibliography, from Earliest Times to 1973 – S.A. Afre (G.K. Hall, Boston MA, US; 1975; 494 pgs)

Ashanti Research Project: Progress Report No. 1, 1963-66 (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 81 pgs) 

Ashanti Social Organization: Some Ethnographic Clarifications – K. Akwabi-Ameyaw (pgs. 325-334 in Ethnology, 21; Oct. 1982) 

Ashanti stool histories J. Agyeman-Duah (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; n.d.)

Ashanti Survey, 1945-46: An Experiment in Social Research – M. Fortes, R.W. Steel and P. Ady (pgs. 149-179 in The Geographical Journal, [60 and/or 110?]; 1947)

Ashanti under the Prempehs 1888-1935 – W. Tordoff (Oxford University Press, London, England and New York, US; 1965; 443 pgs) 

Ashantis of Ghana – People with a Soul – J.W. Tufuo and C.E. Donkor (Anowuo Educational Publishers, 2R McCarthy Hill, Accra; 1969; 127 pgs; reprint 1989; 131 pgs) 

Asia and Africa in the Global Economy (eds.) Ernest Aryeetey, Julius Court, Machiko Nissanke, Beatrice Weder (United Nations University Press, 53-70 Jingumae 5-chome, Shinuya-ku,Tokyo 150-8925, Japan; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2003; 400 pgs)  

Asian Industrialization and Africa: Studies in Policy Alternatives to Structural Adjustment – (ed.) H. Stein (St. Martins Press, New York, US; 1995) 

Asibis Geschichte - Leben in einem kleinen Dorf im Norden Ghanas – A. Awen and U. Blanc (pgs. 85-109 in Mutterbruder und Kreuzcousine – Einblicke in das Famlilienleben fremder Kulturen Münster, (eds.) U.Bertels, S. Eylert and C. Lütkes (New York, Munich, Berlin; 1997) Roughly, Asibi's Story - Life in a Small Village in Northern Ghana

Aspectos e problemas da expansão portuguesa – O. Ribeiro (Junta de investigações do Ultramar, Lisbon, Portugal; 1962) Roughly, ‘Aspects and problems of Portuguese expansion’ 

Aspects des problèmes de stratification sociale dans l’ouest africain – P. Mercier (in Cahiers internationaux de sociologie, 16; 1954) Roughly, ‘Aspects of problems of social stratification in West Africa’ 

Aspects of Akan Oral Literature in the Media – Kofi Agyekum (in Research Review (new series) 16, 2; Legon; 2000) 

Aspects of Buli Phonology George Akanlig-Pare (manuscript; University of Ghana, Legon; 1994)

Aspects of Bureaucratization in Ashanti in the Nineteenth Century – I.G. Wilks (pgs. 215-232 in Journal of African History, 7, 2; 1966) 

Aspects of Colonial District Administration: The Case of the Northwestern District of Ashanti, 1904-1911 – K. Arhin (pgs. 1-30 in Research Review, 8, 1, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; 1971) 

Aspects of Continuity in the Religious Roles of Women in “Spiritual Churches” of Ghana – Brigid M. Sackey (in Research Review (new series) 5, 2; Legon; 1989)

Aspects of Land Tenure – N.A. Ollennu (pgs. 251-263 in A Study of Contemporary Ghana: Vol. 2. Some Aspects of Social Structure, (eds.) W. Birmingham, I. Neustadt and E.N. Omaboe, Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; 1967; Allen & Unwin, London, England, for Ghana Academy of Science; 1971; pgs 251-266 in this edition) 

Aspects of Precolonial Akan Economy – K.Y. Daaku (pgs. 235-247 in The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 5, 2; 1972) 

Aspects of Religion and Life in Africa – K.A. Dickson [J.B. Danquah Memorial Lectures] (Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences, Accra; 1977) 

Aspects of social and economic change in western Kenya, 1500-1800 – C. Ehret (pgs. 1-20 in Kenya before 1900, (ed.) B.A. Ogot; East African Publishing House, Nairobi, Kenya; 1976)  

Aspects of the Archaeology and Oral Traditions of the Bono State – E. Effah-Gyamfi (pgs. 217-227 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 15, 2, Dec. 1974)

Aspects of the Ashanti-Northern Trade in the Nineteenth Century – Kwame Arhin (pgs. 363-377 in Africa, 40, 4; 1970) 

Aspects of Westernization: a study of adult-class students in Ghana – G. Jahoda (in British Journal of Sociology, Part I – 12, 4; 1961; Part II – 13, 1; 1962) 

Assessing the Land Cover Change of Accra Using Lands at TM Data – L. Moller Jensen and P. Yankson (pgs. 21-25 in Danish Journal of Geography; 1994) 

Assessment of cochlear damage after pneumococcal meningitis using otoacoustic emissions – H. Daya , G. Amedofu , C. J. Woodrow , D. Agranoff , G. Brobby , T. Agbenyega and S. Krishna (pgs. 248-249 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 91, 3; May-June 1997) 

Assessment of Democracy and Governance in Ghana (in Governance, 1, 3; Institute of Economic Affairs, Accra; 1995) 

Assessment of Rehabilitation Needs of Victims in the Conflict Area of the Northern Region – F. Bacho (Inter NGO Consortium; 1996) 

Assessment of the Impact of F.C. [Female Circumcision] on Gynecological Genitourinary and Obstetrical Health Problems of Women in Somalia – M. Arbesman et al. (pgs. 27-42 in X, 20, 3; 1993)  

Assessment of veterinary needs of ruminant livestock owners in Ghana – P.K. Turkson and Jakper Naandam (pgs. 185-194 in Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 61, 3; Nov. 2003) 

Asuom ale Akalaasing ale sunsuelima nga chaabBuli Traditional Stories – 1 (Ghana Institute of Linguistics, Literacy and Bible Translation; 1985) 

Asuom ale Apiuk – Peter Wangara (Ghana Institute of Linguistics, Literacy and Bible Translation; 1988) 

At Christmas and on Rainy Days: The Transport Costs of Market Traders in Accra M. Grieco, Y. Dankwa and J. Turner (report for Transport Research Laboratory, England; 1994) 

At Christmas and on Rainy Days: Transport, Travel and the Female Traders of Accra – M. Grieco and N.A. Apt (details to come; 1996) 

At Home Abroad – Human Capital and Ghana’s Development – Richard Joseph (pgs. 277-291 in At Home in the World?: International Migration and Development in Contemporary Ghana and West Africa, (ed.) Takyiwaa Manuh; Sub-Saharan Publishers, Accra; 2005)

At Home in the World?: International Migration and Development in Contemporary Ghana and West Africa – (ed.) Takyiwaa Manuh (Sub-Saharan Publishers, Accra; 2005)

At the Court of an African King – E. Meyerowitz (Faber and Faber, London, England; 1962; 244 pgs)

At the Rendezvous of Victory – C.L.R. James (London, England; 1984) 

At the Vous Vous – A Miscellany of Poems and Short Stories – G.R.M. François (S&D Publishers, P.O. Box 1924, Accra; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 2003; 180 pgs) 

Atebubu Markets; 1884-1930 – K. Arhin (in The Development of Indigenous Trade and Markets in West Africa, (ed.) C. Meillassoux; 1971)

Atlas of the Gold Coast – Gold Coast Colony Survey Department (Government Printer, Accra; 1927; 24 maps and charts) 

Attempts to improve sheep rearing in Ghana – Humphrey M. Adams (pgs. 24-27 in Ghana Farmer, 9, 1; 1965) 

Attitude to Africa – W. Arthur Lewis, Michael Scott, Martin Wight and Colin Legum (Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, England; 1951) Lewis’ chapter is reprinted from Three Banks Review, 1940, says Craig Murphy (2006)

Attitudes and Opinions of Cocoa Farmers to Matters Related to Work and Employment N.O. Addo (pgs. 37-58 in Ghana Journal of Sociology, 7, 2; 1974) 

Attitudes to Democracy and Markets in Ghana – M. Bratton, P. Lewis and E. Gyimah-Boadi (Afrobarometer Paper No. 2, Department of Political Science, Michigan State University, US; 1999) 

Atukwei Okai – Kwesi Debrah-Pinamang (pgs. 66, 67 in Uhuru, 4, 6; 1992)

Atukwei Okai and His Poetic Territory – Kofi Anyidoho (pgs. 45-59 in New West African Literature, (ed.) Kolawole Ogungbesan, Heinemann, London, England; 1979)

Atukwei Okai, Secretary-General, Pan-African Writers Association (PAWA): 1991 flagstar – Kwesi Debrah-Pinamang (pg. 535 in West Africa, No. 3889; 30 March-5 Apr. 1992) 

Atukwei Okai, the 1991 ECRAG flagstar – Kojo T. Vieta (pg. 5 in Weekly Spectator, No. 1252; 21 March 1991) 

Au-delà  de l’incertitude : des armes pour des conclusions scientifiquement établies dans le domaine des rapprochements entre l’Égypte ancienne et l’Afrique noire Aboubacry Moussa Lam (pgs. 143-158 in Annales de la Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines, n° 20, Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal; 1990) Roughly, ‘Beyond uncertainty : weapons for scientifically established conclusions in the area of links between Ancient Egypt and Black Africa’

Au Ghana, au lendemain de la Révolution – A. Blanchet (pgs. 3-12 in Communautés et Continents, 2 ; April-June 1966) Roughly, ‘Ghana, the day after the Revolution’

Aus den Briefen eines Missionskaufmannes auf der Goldküste E. Preiswerk (second edition; Basel, Switzerland; 1882)

Aus Leben und Dichtung eines westafrikanischen Bauernvolkes – Ergebnisse völkerkundlicher Forschungen bei den Bulsa in Nord-Ghana 1966/67 – R. Schott (Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Forschung des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Geisteswissenschaften, no. 163, Cologne and Opladen, Germany; 1970) Comprises an ethnographic outline, various songs, poems and stories in Buli and German  

Author and Journal Citation Patterns of Agricultural Communications Researchers at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria – Charles O. Omekwu and Morayo I. Antinmo (pgs. 105-112 in African Journal of Library and Archival Science, 8, 2; 1998)

Authoritarian Rule and Democracy in Africa: A Theoretical Discourse – Y. Bangura (in Authoritarianism, Democracy and Adjustment: The Politics of Economic Reform in Africa, (eds.) P. Gibbon, Y. Bangura and A. Ofstad, Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Uppsala, Sweden; 1992) 

Authoritarianism, Democracy and Adjustment: The Politics of Economic Reform in Africa (eds.) P. Gibbon, Y. Bangura and A. Ofstad (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Uppsala, Sweden; 1992) 

Autobiography – Kwame Nkrumah (PANAF Books, London; Hensteve Publications Ltd, Accra)

Autobiography – W. Arthur Lewis (in Nobel Lectures, Economics 1969-1980, World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore; 1992 and http://nobelprize.org/ economics/laureates/1979/lewis-autobio.html

Autobiography of Rev. Peter Hall – P. Hall (Waterville Publishing House, Accra; 1965; 74 pgs)

Automatic promotion or large-scale repetition — which path to quality? – Christina H. N'tchougan-Sonou (pgs. 149-162 in International Journal of Educational Development, 21, 2; January 2001) 

Autopsy of Nkrumah’s Ghana: end of an era in Africa – Immanuel Wallerstein (pgs. 3-5 in New Leader, 49 (New York, US); March 14, 1966) 

Averroes et l’averroisme : essai historique – E. Renan (Calmann-Levy, Paris, France; 1866, 1925)

Avoiding shame: the ethical context of abortion in Ghana – W. Bleek (pgs. 203-209 in Anthropological Quarterly, 54, 4; 1981) 

Awakening the Natural Genius of Black Children – Amos N. Wilson (Afrikan World InfoSystems, 743 Rogers Avenue, Suite 6, Brooklyn NY 11226, US; www.afrikanworldinfo.com; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 1991; 134 pgs) 2nd edition 2000; seventh printing 2008 

Awaregyae ho asem – Sam A. Baidoo (Presbyterian Press, Accra; 1965) [Fante] About divorce 

Awhene Koko: seventeenth-century Wenchi – Paul Ozanne (pg. 18 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 8; January 1966) 

Awia de adua sensole – S.P. Wedjong (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1968; 35 pgs) Kasem 

Awutu, Larteh, Nkonya and Krachi, with glosses in English and Twi – J.M. Stewart (1966; 84 pgs; other details to come) 

Axioms of Kwame Nkrumah (PANAF Books, London; Hensteve Publications Ltd, Accra; 1967, 1969)

Ayan – Vol. 1 of the atumpan drums of the Asantehene – J.H. Kwabena Nketia (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 42 pgs) 

Ayi Kwei Armah and Our Journey of the Mind – Kofi Anyidoho (pgs. 108-120 in Literature and National Consciousness, (ed.) Ernest N. Emenynonu, Heinemann, Ibadan, Nigeria; 1989) 

Ayi Kwei Armah and the “I” of the Beholder – D.S. Izevbaye (pgs. 22-33 in Critical Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah, (ed.) D. Wright; Three Continents Press; 1992)  

Ayi Kwei Armah and the Mythopoesis of Mental Decolonization – Chidi Amuta (pgs. 44-56 in Ufahamu, 10, 3; 1981) 

Ayi Kwei Armah, History and the Way: The Importance of Two Thousand Seasons – Chidi Amuta (pgs. 79-86 in Komparatistiche Hefte, 3; 1981) 

Ayi Kwei Armah, Radical Iconoclast: Pitting Imaginary Worlds against the Actual O. Ogede (Ohio University Press; 2000; 211 pgs)

Ayi Kwei Armah's Africa: The Sources of his Fiction D. Wright (Hans Zell, Oxford, England; 1989) 

Ayi Kwei Armah's Cargo Mentality: A Critical Review of Fragments – E. Komolo (pgs. 88-90 in Dhana, 4, 2; 1974)

A-Z Accra atlas and street index (Advance Publishing Company, Accra; 1968; 29 pgs)

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Sources: Cloth As Metaphor: (Re)reading the Adinkra Cloth Symbols of the Akan of Ghana G.F. Kojo Arthur (www.marshall.edu/akanart); The Adinkra Dictionary W. Bruce Willis (www.adinkra.org)
Dame-dame a board game; Adinkra symbol of intelligence and ingenuity.
Sources: Cloth As Metaphor: (Re)reading the Adinkra Cloth Symbols of the Akan of Ghana G.F. Kojo Arthur (www.marshall.edu/akanart); The Adinkra Dictionary W. Bruce Willis (www.adinkra.org)
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Ghana National Bibliography, various editions since 1965
McFarland = Historical Dictionary of Ghana – D.M. McFarland
(Scarecrow Press, Metuchen NJ, US; 1st edition, 1985)
Science Direct, voluminous resource for scientific publications;
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