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In E. Burrill, R. Roberts, & E. Thornberry (Eds.), Domestic violence and the law in colonial and postcolonial Africa (pp. 54-73). Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press.
How Children Feel About their Parents' Migration: A History of the Reciprocity of Care in Ghana (2011)
In Coe, C., Reynolds, R.R., Boehm, D.A., Hess, J.M., & Rae-Espinoza, H. (Eds.), Everyday ruptures: children, youth, and migration in global perspective (pp. 97-114). Nashville, Tenn.: Vanderbilt University Press..
Disputes over Transfers of Belonging in the Gold Coast in the 1870s: Fosterage or Debt Pawning? (2013)
Child Fostering in West Africa: 201-220.
The Divergence of Art from "African Culture": From Achimota to the Educational Reforms of 1986 in Ghana's Art Education (2014)
Critical Interventions 8(1): 52-73.
In R. Capps & M. Fix (Eds.), Young Children of Black Immigrants in America: Changing Flows, Changing Faces (Chapter 8). Washington, D.C.: Migration Policy Institute.
Journal of American Folklore 113(447): 20-43.
Field Methods 13(4): 392-411.