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Book Manuscript

Embers of Pan-Africanism: Nkrumahist Intellectuals and Decolonization, 1960-1980 


Peer-Reviewed Articles

The Africa-Diaspora Orbit: Anani Dzidzienyo’s Contributions to African/Black Studies and Black Liberation,” African Studies Review, 66, 2, (2023) 464-489. doi:10.1017/asr.2022.97

From Nkrumah’s Black Star to the African Diaspora: Ghanaian Intellectual Activists and the Development of Black Studies,” Journal of African American History Special Issue on Reconceptualizing the History of Black Internationalism 106, 4 (2021), 682-705.

Article Manuscripts 
 Neo-Colonialism, Underdevelopment, and the Making of a Radical Pan-African Economic Institute (under review at  Journal of African History

“Transatlantic Friendship, Sisterhood, and the Project of Decolonization,” (under review at Radical History Review, issue number 153, part of the collection on Radical Histories of Decolonization)  

Invited Book Chapter Manuscripts 

“Gold Coast Intellectuals and the question of Modernization,” in Cambridge History of African Political Thought, ed. Jonathon Earle, Emma Hunter, Nana Osei-Opare, Harry Odamtten, and Ayesha Omar (Cambridge University Press).


“In the Hallowed Halls: West African Students and the Question of Belonging at the University of Oxford,” in Race, Resistance and Belonging in The University: The Case of Oxford, ed. Patricia Daley, Michael Joseph, Yasmin Khan, and Stephen Tuck (Bloomsbury).


Book Reviews
Jeffrey S. Ahlman. Living with Nkrumahism: Nation, State, and Pan-Africanism in Ghana. African Studies Review 2021, 1-3. doi:10.1017/asr.2020.134.

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications         
(with Kwasi Konadu) “Black Lives Matter: How far has the movement come?”  September 8, 2021.

Pioneiros em Estudos dos Negros,” translated by Jose Luiz Pereira da Costa, March 10, 2021. 
“Pioneers in Black Studies,” March 2, 2021.
 “What Does it Mean to be a Black Scholar in 2020?” June 12, 2020.  

“AfriSem Conference Addresses Decolonizing African Studies,” Program of African Studies News and Events, 30, 1 (2019), 4.                          

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