Publications of Faculty Members in the College of Humanities, University of Ghana, (2007 – 2014)
The College of Humanities is one of the four colleges in the University of Ghana. The College is made up of six (6) schools: University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), School of Arts, School of Performing Arts, School of Languages, School of Social Sciences, and University of Ghana School of Law. It is also home to three (3) research institutes: Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER); Institute of African Studies(IAS), and the Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS); as well as five (5) centres: Centre for Social Policy Studies (CSPS), Language Centre, Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy (LECIAD), Centre for Gender Studies and Advocacy (CEGENSA) and the Centre for Migration Studies. It also houses the University of Ghana Accra City Campus, located close to the central business districts of the nation’s capital, ACCRA.
The research programmes of faculty in the College continue to grow and increasingly encompass emerging development and social issues of concern to the country. Faculty in the college are also engaged in advocacy and provides leadership in public policy discussions. These aspirations, achievements and activities of the College are well in line with the University’s commitment to support the development research programmes to achieve the highest standards of excellence.
Building on this foundation, the College of Humanities has developed this maiden edition of its index of publications of its faculty published from 2007 to 2014. The index aims to showcase the positive and productive experience for all our scholars. It also aims to contribute to the quality, quantity and impact of research output from the College, which will in turn benefit the University and the country. The College is committed to research on real-world challenges. Use this index to explore our research output, identify potential research partners and solutions to the challenges within Ghana and beyond.
Prof. Samuel Agyei-Mensah Provost, College of Humanities