number 9 (spring/summer 1996)



compiled by
Jean Allman

This list of publications is based solely on information submitted by members in their annual questionnaires. If you did not submit publication information on your 1996 questionnaire, your articles and books do not appear below.

Adande, C.E.J. "Art and Social Tension in Southern Benin." In Strategies for Survivial Now. Swedish Critics, 1995.

Akyeampong, Emmanuel. "Alcoholism in Ghana: Socio-Cultural Exploration." Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 19:2 (1995), 261-80.

__________. "The State and Alcohol Revenues: Promoting 'Economic Development' in Gold Coast/Ghana, 1919- the present." Histoire Sociale/Social History, 27:54 (1994), 393-411.

__________ and Pashington Obeng. "Spirituality, Gender, and Power in Asante History." Boston University, African Studies Center Working Paper No. 198, 1995.

Alllman, Jean. "Making Mothers: Missionaries, Medical Officers and Women's Work in Colonial Asante, 1924-1945." History Workshop, 38 (1994), 25-48.

__________. "Rounding Up Spinsters: Gender Chaos and Unmarried Women in Colonial Asante." Journal of African History, 37 (1996), forthcoming.

Austin, Gareth. "Between Abolition and Jihad: the Asante Response to the Ending of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1807-1896." In R. Law. ed., From Slavery to 'Legitimate Commerce': The Commercial Transition in Nineteenth Century West Africa. Cambridge, 1995..

__________. "Human Pawning in Asante 1800-1950: Markets and Coercion, Gender and Cocoa." In T. Falola and P. Lovejoys, eds., Pawnship in Africa. Westview Press, 1994.

__________. "Mode of Production or Mode of Cultivation: Explaining the Failure of European Cocoa Planters in Competition with African Farmers in Colonial Ghana." In W.G. Clarence-Smith, ed., Cocoa Pioneer Fronts. MacMillan, 1996.

__________. "National Poverty and the 'Vampire State' in Ghana: a Review Article." Journal of International Development (1995).

__________. "'No Elders Were Present': Commoners and Private Ownership in Asante, 1807-1896." Journal of African History, 37 (1996).

Brempong, Nana Arhin. "The Economic Implications of Transformation in Akan Funeral Rites." Africa, 64:3 (1994), 301-22.

__________. "Monetization and the Asante State." In Jane Guyer, ed., Money Matters: Instability, Values and Social Payments in the Modern History of West African Communities. London, 1995.

__________. "The Re-Accommodation of Ghanaian Returnees from Nigeria in 1983 and 1985." In T. Allen and H. Morsink, eds., When Refugees Go Home. London, 1994.

__________. "Sanctions Against Abuse of Authority in Pre-Colonial Africa." In D. Brokensha, ed., A River of Blessings. Syracuse, 1994.

Clark, Gracia. Onions Are My Husband. Chicago, 1994.

Dakubu, Mary Esther. "Akan," "Ghana: The Language Situation," "Kwa Languages." In The Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Pergamon Press, 1994.

__________. "Kojo Laing," In Dictionary of Literary Biography, Caribbean and African Writers, 1995.

__________. Korle Meets the Sea: A Sociolinguistic History of Accra. New York, 1996 (forthcoming).

__________. "The Mande Loan Element in Twi revisited." Sprache und Geselechte in Afrika, 16 (1995).

Deffontaine, Yann. "European and African in the Kingdom of Efutu, 1640-1740. Ph.D. dissertation (date and place not provided).

__________. Guerre et Societe au Royaume de Fetu (Efutu) du Debut du Commerce Atlantique a la Constitution de la Federation Fanti, 1471-1720. Ibadan, 1994.

Dennis, Carolyn. "The Crucial Gender Issues for the Management of Development Projects." In F. Analoui, ed. The Realities of Managing Development Projects. Avebury, Aldershot, 1994.

__________. "Non-Governmental Organisations: A Preliminary Analysis of their Contribution to the Gender, Population and Environmental Sustainability Debate in Africa." In I. Yngstrom, P. Jeffrey, K. King, C. Toulmin, eds. Gender and Environment in Africa: Perspectives on the Politics of Environmental Sustainability. Centre for African Studies, Edinburgh, 1994.

__________. "Rural Transport in Northern Ghana: The Impact of 'Intermediate' Forms of Transport in Rural Areas." Development and Project Planning Centre, New Series Discussion Papers, No. 57.

__________. with Ernestina Peprah. "Coping with Transition through Organization: Techiman Market, Ghana." Gender and Development, 3:3 (1995), 43-48.

Donkoh, Wilhelmina. "Colonialism and Cultural Change: Some Aspects of Modernity Upon Asante. University of Birmingham, Ph.D., 1994.

Duchesne, Véronique. "Lier, délier. Les amwan chez les Anyi de Côte d'Ivoire. Journal des Africanistes, 66:2 (1996), 129-39.

Ehrlich, Martha with Michale Conner. Cutting to the Essence; Shaping for the Fire. (exhibition catalogue) Lakeview Museum, Peoria, IIL, 1994.

Feinberg, Harvey. "South Africa and Land Ownership: What's in a Deed?" History in Africa, 22 (1995), 439-443.

Firmin-Sellers, Kathryn. "The Concentration of Authority." Journal of Theoretical Politics, 4:2 (1995), 201-222.

__________. "The Politics of Property Rights." American Political Science Review, 89:3 (1995), 1-15.

Geset, Sjaak van der. "Old People and Funerals in a Rural Ghanaian Community: Ambiguities in Family Care." Southern African Journal of Gerontology, 4:2 (1995), 33-40.

Gilbert, Michelle. "Aesthetic Strategies: The Politics of Royal Ritual." Africa, 64:1, 99-125.

__________. "The Christian Executioner: Chieftancy and Christianity As Rivals." Journal of Religion in Africa (1995).

__________. "Vengeance as Illusion and Reality: The Case of the Battered Wife." Man, 29 (1994), 853-73.

Gocking, Roger. "Indirect Rule in the Gold Coast: Competition for Office and the Invention of Tradition." Canadian Journal of African Studies, 28:3 (1994), 421-446.

Greene, Sandra. Gender, Ethnicity and Social Change on the Upper Slave Coast. Heinemann, 1996.

Hermæs, Per. Slave, Danes and African Coast Society: The Danish Slave Trade from West Africa and Afro-Danish Relations on the 18th Century Gold Coast. University of Trondheim, 1995.

Jenkins, Paul. "The Earliest Generation of Missionary Photographers in West Africa: The Portrayal of Indigenous People and Culture." Visual Anthropology, 7 (1994), 115-45. (A reprint of "Fellowship at a Distance. Zur Geschichte der Missionierung in Ghana." In Schritte ins Offene, 1994/5, s.11-14.)

__________. "Four Nineteenth Century Pictorial Images from Africa in the Basel Mission Archive and Library Collections," Prcceedings of the Workshop on Mission Archives, SOAS, University of London, July, 1992, forthcoming.

__________. "Was ist eine Missionsgesellschaft?" S.441-454 in Wilfriend Wagner, ed. Kolonien und Missionen: Referate des 3. Internationalen Kolonial geschichtlichzen Symposiums 1993. Bremen, 1994.

__________ with Barbar Frey Näf. "Mikrofilm und EDV -- ein Projekt zur Erschliessung des historischen Bildarchivs der Baler Mission." In Proceedings of the Conference on History and Informatik, Basel, 1993, forthcoming.

__________ with Thomas Theye. "'The Earliest Generation of Missionary Photographers in West Africa' (HA1993): Further consideration of Two Photographs Ascribed to Christian Hornberger." History in Africa, (1995).

Jones, Adam, ed. Afrika in Leipzig. Erforschung und Vermittlung eines Kontinents 1730-1950. Leipzig: Institut fuer Afrikanistik, 1995.

__________. West Africa in the Mid-Seventeenth Century: An Anonymous Dutch Manuscript. Atlanta: African Studies Association Press, 1995.

Jones, Adam. "A Case of Genealogical Parasitism: Acrosan of Amanfron." GSC Newsletter 8 (1995), 5-6.

__________. "A Collection of Art in Seventeenth Century Germany: Christoph Weickmann's Kunst- und Naturkammer." African Arts 27:2 (1994), 28-43 and 92-94.

__________. "Drink Deep, or Taste Not: Thoughts on the Use of Early European Records in the Study of African Material Culture." History in Africa, 21 (1994), 349-70.

__________. "Women Slave Owners on the Gold Coast: Just a Matter of Money?" In S. Palmié, ed. Slave Cultures and the Cultures of Slavery. University of Tennessee Press, 1996.

Kea, Ray. "Plantations and Labour in the South-east Gold Coast from the late 18th to the mid-19th Century." In Robin Law, ed. From Slave Trade to Legitimate Commerce. Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Kwami, Atta. "K.K. Broni: A Modern Artist." Bambolse, 3 (Kumasi, 1994), 3-8.

__________. "Notable Facts on Atenteben." Bambolse (Kumasi, 1995), 26-30.

__________. "Shave and Tenq: Some Comments." Bambolse (Kumasi, 1995), 40-45.

__________. "Textile Design in Ghana: Extracts from a Report." In J. Picton, et. al. The Art of African Textiles: Technology, Tradition and Lurex. London: Lund Barbican Art Gallery/Lund Humphries, 1995.

__________. "Volatile Alliances: An International Conspiracy." International Print Exchange and Installation. Catalogue, Africus Johannesburg Biennale, 1995.

Lentz, Carola. "A Dabara Rebellion against Dagomba Rule? Contested Stories of Origin in North-Western Ghana. Journal of African History, 35 (1994), 457-92.

__________. "Home, Death and Leadership: Discourses of an Educated Elite from Northwestern Ghana." Social Anthropology, 2:2 (1994), 149-69.

__________. "Staatlich verordneter 'self-help spirit' versus lokale 'self reliance': Regionale Kulturfestivals in Ghana als politische Arenen. In M. Bollig and F. Klees, hg. Überlebensstrategien in Afrika. Kö Heinrich-Barth-Institut, 1994.

__________. "'They Must be Dagaba First and Any Other Thing Second': The Colonial and Post-Colonial Constructions of Ethnic Identities in North-Western Ghana." African Studies, 53:2 (1994), 57-91.

__________. "'Tribalism' and Ethnicity in Africa: A Review of Four Decades of Anglophone Research." Cahiers des Sciences Humaines, 31:2 (1995), 303-28.

__________. "'Tribalismus' und Ethnizität in Afrika: ein Forschungüberblick." Leviathan, 23:1 (1995), 115-45.

__________. "'Unity for Development': Youth Association in North-Western Ghana." Africa, 65:3 (1995), 395-429.

Locke, David. "Music Cultures of Africa." In Jeff Tod Titon, ed. Worlds of Music (3rd edition). New York: Schirmer Books, 1996.

Maier, Donna. "Persistence of Precolonial Patterns of Production: Cotton in German Togoland, 1800-1914." In A. Isaacman and R. Roberts, eds. Cotton, Colonialism and Social History in Sub-Saharan Africa. Heinemann, 1995.

Manuh, Takyiwaa. "Changes in Marriage and Funeral Exchanges in Asante: A Case Study from Kona, Afigya-Kwabre District." In J. Guyer, ed. Money Matters. Heinemann, 1994.

__________. "Changes in Women's Employment in the Public and Informal Sectors in Ghana." In Pamela Sparr, ed. Mortgaging Women's Lives: Feminist Critiques of Structural Adjustment. Zed Press, 1994

__________. "Ghanaian Women, Economic Crisis and Access to Resources." In Ingrid Yngstrom, et. al., eds. Gender and Environment in Africa: Perspectives on the Politics of Environmental Sustainability. Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, 1994.

__________. "Law and Society in Contemporary Africa." In Phyllis Martin and Patrick O'Meara, eds. Africa (3rd edition). Indiana University Press, 1995.

__________. "Wives, Children and Intestate Succession in Ghana." In Gwendolyn Mikell,, ed. African Women: States of Crisis. University of Pennsylvania Press, forthcoming.

__________. "The Women, Law and Development Movement (WILDAF) and the Struggle for Customary Law Reform in Africa." Third World Legal Studies Journal, forthcoming.

Meyer, Birgit. "Beyond Syncretism: Translation and Diabolization in the Appropriation of Protestantism in Africa. In C. Stewart and R.Shaw, eds. Syncretism/Anti-syncretism. The Politics of Religious Synthesis. London: Routledge, 1994.

__________. "'Delivered from the Powers of Darkness': Confessions about Satanic Riches in Christian Ghana. Africa, 65:2 (1995).

__________. "De duivel uitgezonden: De incorporatie van 'heidense' elementen in het protestantisme. In G. Rooijakkers, L. Dresen-Coenders en M. Geerdes, Duivelsbeelden. Een cultuurhistorische speurtocht door de lage landen. Baarn: Ambo, 1994.

__________. "Modernity and Enchantment: The Image of the Devil in Popular African Christianity." In P. van der Veer, ed. Conversion to Modernity. London: Routledge, forthcoming.

__________. "Translating the Devil: An African Appropriation of Pietist Protestantism: The Case of the Peki Ewe, 1847-1992. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Amsterdam, 1995.

Oppong, Christine and Adepoju, A., eds. Gender, Work and Population in Sub-Saharan Africa. London: Currey, 1994.

Osam, Kweku. "Aspects of Akan Grammar: A Functional Perspective." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Oregon, 1994.

Owen, Wilfred. "Electronic Hwy Construction and Maintenance: Egypt and Ghana." Papers of the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, 1995.

Owusu-Ansah, David and Daniel M McFarland. Historical Dictionary of Ghana (2nd edition). Scarecrow Press, 1995.

Owusu-Sarpong, Christiane. "Akan Funeral Texts: Classification, Interrelation and Alteration." In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Oral Literature in Africa, Legon, 1995. University of Ghana, forthcoming.

__________. "Paul Ansah's 'Raisins of Anger' or the Healing Proverbial Word." Journal of the U.S.T. (1996), forthcoming.

Perrot, Claude-Hélène. "Alimentation et plantes cultivées en Ashanti ver 1870 selon le témoignage de Marie-Joseph Bonnat." In Histoire des paysages végéen Afrique noire. AFERA-CRA, 1996.

__________. Les génies et les humain en pays anyi (Côte d'Ivoire): rapports de contrainte et échanges négociés. Social Compass (1996), forthcoming.

__________. Marie-Joseph Bonnat et les Ashanti. Journal (1869-1874). Mémoires de la Société des Africanistes, 1995.

__________. "Messianismes et prophétismes en Afrique noire." In Guide Encyclopédique des religions. Bayard, 1996.

Posnansky, Merrick. "Studying Abroad in Africa." In Proceedings of the Japanese/American Workshop for Cooperation in Africa, UCLA, 1992. Los Angeles, 1994.

Rathbone, Richard. "Law, Lawyers and Politics in Ghana in the 1940s." In Dagmar Engels and Shula Marks, eds. Contesting Colonial Hegemony: State and Society in Africa and India. London, 1994.

__________. "Nana Sir Ofori Atta and the Conservative Nationalist Tradition in Ghana." Boston University, African Studies Working Papers, No. 183. Boston, 1994.

__________. "Pan Africanism: 50 Years On." History Today, 45:10 (1995), 6-9.

Rivallain, Josette. Echanges et pratiques monétaires en Afrique du XVe au XIXe siècle à travers les récits de voyageurs. Université de Lyon II, 1994.

__________. Piles européennes du littoral béninois." In Cahiers du C.R.A., 8 (1994), 9-24.

Riviere, Thierry. "Le Dictionnaire Ga de J. Zimmermann (1858) et le Royaume d'Accra (Ghana) au XVIIéme siécle." Jouranl des Africanistes, 60 :1 (1990), 119-140.

__________. "Economie et politiques des peuples ga d'Accra (Ghana au XViiº siècle." Thèse de Doctorat (Nouveau régime). Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, 1994.

Schlottner, Michael. "Kulturentwicklung und Sprachgeschichte im Naturraum Westafrikanische Savanne. Ein sonderforschungsbereich der Universität Frankfurt." In Matthias S. Laubscher,, eds. Völkerkunde-Tagung 1991. München, 1994.

__________. "Jagdtourismum und das Schweigen der Ethnologie." In K. Rieländer, et al., eds. Konsequenzen des Tourismu. Göttengen, 1996.

__________. "Oral Traditions Concerning Musical Instruments in Northeastern Ghana: A Case Study of Relative Chronology." In Thomas Bearth,, eds. Perspektiven afrikanistischer Forschung. Beiträge zur Linguistik, Ethnologie, Geschichte, Philosophie und Literatur. Köln, 1994.

__________. "Sehen, Hören, Verstehen: Musikinstrumente und Schallgerätte bei den Kusasi und Mamprusi in Nordost-Ghana." Kulturen im Wandel 6. Pfaffenweiler: Centaurus, 1996.

__________. Von Geistern, Fahrenden und Spielleuten: Musikinstrumente bei den Kusasi und Mamprusi in Nord-Ghana." In Marianne Bröcker, ed. Instrument und Umwelt. Berichte aus dem International Council for Traditional Music (Germany), 4 (1995), 43-56.

__________. "Wir waren die Ersten! Zu Raum- und Zeitangaben im zentralen Volta-Gebiet (Westafrika)." In K. Brunk and U. Greinert-Byer, eds. Festschrift für Günter Nagel. Berichte des Sonderforschungsbereichs 268 "Kulturentwicklung und Sprachgeschichte im Naturraum Westafrikanische Savanne," 5 (1995), 251-8.

Shinnie, Peter with Ama Shinnie. Early Asante. Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, 1995 [pamphlet].

Takyi, Baffour and Oheneba-Sakyi, Y. "Customs and Practices About Marriages and Family Life in Ghana." Family Perspectives, 28: 4 (1994), 257-81.

__________. "The Effects of Husband's Characteristics on Contraceptive Use in Ghana. Journal of Biosocial Sciences (1996), forthcoming.

__________. "The Family Structure and Marriage in Contemporary Ghanaian Society." In K. Altergott, ed. International Handbook on Marriage and Families. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.

__________. "Gender Differences in Family Size Among Ghanaian Couples." International Journal of Comparative Family and Marriage, 2:1 (1995).

Tashjian, Victoria. "It's Mine and Its Ours Are Not the Same Thing: An Economic History of Marriage in Rural Asante, 1900-1957." Ph.D. Dissertation, Northwestern University, 1996.

Tribe, Michael. "Economic Aspects of Environmental Externalities of Industrial Projects in Less Developed Countries." ISSER Journal of Social Studies (University of Ghana), forthcoming.

__________. "Rural Small-Scale Industrial Development in Ghana: An Exploration of Issues." Science, Technology and Development, 13:1 (1995), 50-62.

Viti, Fabio. "La formazione di uno spazio politico baule nel XVIII-XIX secolo: l'Aitu nvle." Etnosistemi [special issue Potere e territorio in Africa occidentale), 1:1 (1994), 55-81.

__________. Luoghi comuni: appartenenza politica e identità locale. La Costruzione dell'etnia Baule (Costa d'Avorio)." In P.G. Solinas, ed. Luoghi d'Africa: Forme e pratiche dell'identità. Roma: La Nuova Italia Scientifica, 1995.

__________. Fonti storiche e rappresentazioni coloniali: problemi della ricerca storico-antropologica in Costa d'Avorio." Trimestre, forthcoming.

Warren, Dennis M. "Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Cross-cultural Aspects of Environmental Stewardship." In M.A. Beavis, ed. Environmental Stewardship: History, Theory and Practice. Winnepeg: Inst. of Urban Studies, 1994.

__________. "Indigenous Knowledge Systems for Sustainable Agriculture in Africa" and "Indigenous Knowledge, Biodiversity Conservation and Development." In Valentine James, ed. Sustainable Development in Third World Countries. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1996.

__________ , L.J. Slikkerveer and David Brokensha, eds. The Cultural Dimension of Development: Indigenous Knowledge Systems. London: Intermediate Technology Publications, 1995. [also contributed to five chapters in the volume]

__________, J. Slikkerveer and P. Nkwi, eds. Ethnomedical Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa. London: Intermediate Technology Publications, 1996. [also contributed to one chapter in the volume]

__________, and Peter Blunt, eds. Indigenous Organizations and Development. London: Intermediate Technology Publications, 1996.

__________, Sam Fujisaka and Gordon Prain, eds. Biological and Cultural Diversity: The Role of Indigenous Agricultural Experimentation in Development. London: Intermedidate Technology Publications, 1996.

Wilks, Ivor. Forests of Gold: Essays on the Akan and the Kingdom of Asante. (paperback edition). Ohio University Press, 1995.

Winsnes, Selena. trans. from Danish and ed. Erick Tilleman, En Kort og Enfoldig Beretning om det Landskab Guinea og dets Beskaffenhed (1697). Madison, 1994.

Yeboa-Dankwa, Jonas. "Akan and Hausa: Development, Relationship, Educational , Literary and Social Use." Gerald Schmitt, et. al, eds. Studia Chadica et Hamitosemitica (1995), 358-67.

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