School of Languages

Department of English

  1. Ansah, G. N. (2014). Re-examining the fluctuations in language-in-education policies in post independence Ghana. Multilingual Education, 4:12. Springer. [View]
  2. Ansah, G.N. (2014). Culture in embodied cognition: metaphorical/metonymic conceptualisations of FEAR in Akan and English. Metaphor and Symbol, 29:1, 44-58.  [View]. [http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10926488.2014.859483#.VNTHhWByZjoi
  3. Ansah, G.N. (2014). Cognitive models of anger in Akan: A Conceptual Metaphor Analysis. Cognitive Linguistic Studies, 1:1, 131-146John Benjamins. [View]

Department of French

  1. Diabah, G. (2015). From ‘Recharger’ to ‘Gidi Power’: The representation of male sexual power in Ghanaian radio commercials. Critical Discourse Studies, 1–21. [View]
  2. Diabah, G., and Amfo, N. A. A. (2014). Caring supporters or daring usurpers?: The representation of women in Akan proverbs. Discourse & Society, 1–26. [View]
  3. Yennah, R. (2014) Poids et mesures des valeurs existentielles chez les protagonistes de Manon Lescaut de Prévost, in French Studies in Southern AfricaN°44, pp. 199-222. [View]