History

 

Dr. Kwaku Nti


Assistant Professor of History
Hawes 108B
912.344.2701
Kwaku.Nti@armstrong.edu
 

Courses Taught

  • HIST 1111 World Civilization I
  • HIST 1112 World Civilization II
  • HIST 3150 History of Africa to 1800
  • HIST 3160 History of Africa since 1800
  • HIST 4020 Research Seminar in World History
  • HIST 5200 Topics in African History

Academic Profile

  • 1989, B. A. (Hon), University of Ghana
  • 1994, P.G.C.E., University of Cape Coast, Ghana
  • 1998, M. Phil., University of Ghana
  • 2005, M. A. History, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant
  • 2011, Ph. D. Michigan State University, East Lansing

Research Interests

  • Lived Experiences of Colonial Southern Ghana
  • African Diaspora: Historic and Contemporary
  • Atlantic World History
  • World History
  • African History
  • African American History
  • Youth, Expectations, and Society in Africa

Publications

  • “Political Agency and Resistance in Colonial Southern Ghana: Counting the Cost of Confrontation in Cape Coast (1860 – 1932),” Kckcc E-journal, Volume 9, Number 1, 1 – 26, March 2013.
  • “This Is Our Land: Land, Policy, Resistance, and Everyday Life in Colonial Southern Ghana, 1894 – 7,” Journal of Asian and African Studies, 48 (1) 3 – 15, 2012.
  • Chapter 13, “Ethiopia and Eritrea,” in Irving Epstein and Laura Arnston (eds.) The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Children’s Issues Worldwide (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2008), pp., 182 – 196.
  • “King Aggery’s Loud Voice: Whose Voice?” Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, New Series, Vol. 7, 2003, 253 – 270.
  • “Action and Reaction: An Overview of the Ding – Dong Relationship between the Colonial Government and the People of Cape Coast,” Nordic Journal of African Studies, Volume 11, Number 1, 2002, 1 – 37.
  • “The Role of Alcohol in the 1905 Conflict between the Anaafo and Ntsin Asafo Companies of Cape Coast,” Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, New Series, No. 2, 1998, 49 – 55.

photo of Kwaku Nti