Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies
University of Ghana
Kodzo Gavua is currently working as an Associate Professor in Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, University of Ghana.
i. Archaeological survey of indigenous ironworking at Adome (Small London), Eastern Region of Ghana. ii. A study of religion and identity in the Volta Region of Ghana. iii. Ethnographic survey of the University of Ghana community. iv. A study of the ‘Internal African Diaspora’ in Ghana.
iii. Gavua, K. (Forthcoming). The Religious Factor in the Administration of German Togoland. In German Colonialism in West Africa: Implications for German-West African Partnership. Frankfort:Verlag Lip
ii. Gavua, K. (Forthcoming). Monuments and Negotiations of Power in Ghana. In Politics of Heritage, Derek Peterson and K. Gavua (editors). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
i. Gavua, K. 2012. “Ethnoarchaeology.” Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology. John Jackson Jr. (EIC) New York: Oxford University Press. www.oxfordbibliographies.com