Samuel Nilirmi Nkumbaan
Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies
University of Ghana
Samuel Nilirmi Nkumbaan is currently working as a Lecturer in Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, University of Ghana.
Archaeological Investigation at Tando Fagusa, Koma Land, Northern Ghana (On-going Doctoral Research) Archaeological Investigations at Yikpabongo, Koma Land, Northern Ghana Settlement Patterns and Discard Behaviour among the Konkomba of Gbadagbam, Northern Region, Ghana
Nkumbaan, N.S. (2010). Defining Archaeology in Ghana: A Historical Interpretation. (In) Sinha-Kerkhoff, K. and Alatas, S. F (eds.), Academic Dependency in the Social Sciences: Structural Reality and Intellectual Challenges, Manohar Publishers, New Dehli
Nkumbaan, N.S. (2008): “The Archaeology of Slavery: A Study of Kasana, Upper West Region, Ghana” In Timothy Insoll (ed) Current Archaeological Research in Ghana. Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology 74.
Kankpeyeng, Benjamin W. and Nkumbaan, Samuel 2008. Rethinking the Stone Circles of Komaland. A Preliminary Report on the 2007/2008 Fieldwork at Yikpabongo, Northern Region, Ghana. In Timothy Insoll (ed.), Current Archaeological Research in Ghana, Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology, BAR International Series 1847. Archaeopress, Oxford, England.