One Month since Ahmed Hussein-Suale was Murdered

Something that makes me feel like I live in epic times, in just the right place is the investigative journalism happening in Ghana. The brave reportages by investigative journalist extraordinaire Anas Aremeyaw Anas have exposed…

Tema – Center of the World (Call for Presentations)

The Ghana Studies Association is organizing its triannual conference this summer and together with two fabulous colleagues, DK Osseo-Asare and Kuukuwa Manful, I am organizing a Visual Roundtable with Flash Presentations. If you are a…

Akwaaba Re:Publica! #rpAccra

The Digital Festival Re:Publica is coming to Accra end of this week. See the exciting program for 14-15th Dec here. I am participating in three events: “Tired of Manels? Crowdsourcing for better representation” – a diversity conversation with…

My Tentative Conference Program: ASA 2018 #africanstudies2018

I just landed in Atlanta, Georgia and am looking forward to spending the rest of the week at the African Studies Association conference networking and learning from my researcher heroes. The conference has the theme Energies: Power,…

Becoming Ghanaian: Registration as a Citizen Part 2

After an initial application, payment to MINT, or Step 1 of the Ghanaian Citizenship process I covered in an earlier post, you get called to submit additional, but mostly overlapping documents to the Ghana Immigration…