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HEALING AND PROPHECY AT MEHUKathleen O’Brien Wicker, Kofi Asare Opoku & Margaret

The life and work of Prophet Jenasman Kwadwo Amoaforo from interviews that began in 1995 continued until the Prophet's death in 2006
 
ISBN 978-9988-XXX-XX-X  
   

GLOBALIZATION, TRADE AND POVERTY IN GHANAEdited by Charles Ackah and Ernest Aryeetey

In Ghana, like many other SSA countries, poverty remains the fundamental problem confronting policy makers in the new millennium as highlighted in the Ghana Poverty Reduction Strategy and the Vision 2020 Plans (Government of Ghana, 2003)
 
ISBN 978-9988-647-36-0 254pp  
US$9.95/£5.95    

INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION WITHIN, TO AND FROM AFRICA IN A GLOBALISED WORLDEdited by Aderanti Adepoju

This book addresses the main issues concerning international migration from an African perspective. It is a timely book in many ways: (1) it encompasses migration as a global phenomenon; (2) it considers African migration in all of its dimensions: within, from and to Africa
 
ISBN 978-9988-647-42-1 264pp  
US$15.00    

THE AFRICAN PREDICAMENT - COLLECTED ESSAYSKofi Awoonor

These essays, as varied as they are, reflect a lifetime of engagement in literature and politics, my two passions. Some of the essays discuss some aspects of global politics - Events in the Middle East
 
ISBN 9988-550-82-0 424pp  
US$18.95/£5.95    

MAMI WATERTogbi Dawuso Dofe

The book is a study of a remarkable but mysterious man, Dawuso Dofe (Abidjan Mamiwater), whose life has been entirely dominated since early youth by the phenomenon popularly known as Mami Water.
 
ISBN 9988-647-85-8 124pp  
US$20.00    

AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF NORTHERN GHANAIAN CONFLICTS: TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE PEACEA.K. Awedoba

What is admirable about this book is the raft of possible strategies for conflict resolution. Even though there are no specific recommendations for solving cited cases, the menu of possibilities is a good reason for anyone who claims to be a community leader, peace activist, mediator or patriot to have a copy of this book as a primer.
 
ISBN 978-9988-647-95-7 316pp  
US$25.00    

RECLAIMING THE HUMAN SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES THROUGH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVES VOLUME 1 Helen Lauer

This collection has been compiled as a possible antidote to our collective alienation. It is designed for random browsing, as if one were attending a fast-paced symposium of first rate, creative minds. It is intended to inspire, tease, taunt, provoke and compel young academics, whose listless miasma paralyses them for lack of contact with role models, engaged in the daily arm wrestling that is so essential for vibrant knowledge production.
 
ISBN 978-9988-647-33-9 1,672pp  
US$50.00    

RECLAIMING THE HUMAN SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES THROUGH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVES VOLUME 2 Helen Lauer

This collection has been compiled as a possible antidote to our collective alienation. It is designed for random browsing, as if one were attending a fast-paced symposium of first rate, creative minds. It is intended to inspire, tease, taunt, provoke and compel young academics, whose listless miasma paralyses them for lack of contact with role models, engaged in the daily arm wrestling that is so essential for vibrant knowledge production.
 
ISBN 978-9988-647-33-9 1,672pp  
US$50.00    

POPULATION, HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN GHANAEdited by Chucks J. Mba and Stephen O. Kwankye

The Millennium Development Goals are the set of internationally agreed-upon targets for reducing poverty, hunger, disease, illiteracy, environmental degradation and discrimination against women by the year 2015.
 
ISBN 9988-647-61-2 196pp  
US$15.00    

AT HOME IN THE WORLDEdited by Takyiwaa Manuh

This volume is a collection of papers originally presented at the landmark conference on International Migration and Development in Ghana - held in Accra, Ghana in September 2004 by the UNDP, the Institute of African Studies and the University of Ghana.
 
ISBN 9988-550-79-0 354pp  
US$9.95/£5.95