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Book Chapters

McCaskie, Tom (2009) 'African American Psychologists, the Atlantic Slave Trade and Ghana: a history of the present.' In: Rossi, Benedetta, (ed.), Reconfiguring Slavery: West African Trajectories. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 45-62.

McCaskie, Tom (2009) 'Asante Origins, Egypt, and the Near East: an idea and its history.' In: Peterson, Derek R. and Macola, Giacomo, (eds.), Recasting the Past: history writing and political work in mdern Africa. Athens OH: Ohio University Press, pp. 125-148. (New African Histories Series)

McCaskie, Tom (2009) 'Asante, Apagyafie and President Kufuor of Ghana: a historical interpretation.' In: Falola, Toyin and Childs, Matt D., (eds.), The Changing Worlds of Atlantic Africa: essays in honor ofd Robin Law. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 445-477.

McCaskie, Tom (2009) '"Water Wars" in Kumasi, Ghana.' In: Locatelli, Francesca and Nugent, Paul, (eds.), African Cities: Competing Claims on Urban Spaces. Leiden, Netherlands; Boston, MA: Brill, pp. 135-155. (African-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies (Series), v. 3)

McCaskie, Tom (2006) 'Writing, Reading, and Printing Death: Obituaries and Commemoration in Asante.' In: Barber, Karin, (ed.), Africa's Hidden Histories. Everyday Literacy and Making the Self. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, pp. 341-84.

McCaskie, Tom (2005) 'Anglicanism and Asantehene Agyeman Prempeh.' In: Falola, Toyin, (ed.), Christianity and Social Change in Africa: Essays in Honor of J.D.Y. Peel. Durham NC: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 489-516.

McCaskie, Tom (2005) 'John Peel.' In: Falola, Toyin, (ed.), Christianity and Social Change in Africa: Essays in Honor of J.D.Y. Peel. Durham NC: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 27-39.

McCaskie, Tom (2004) 'Cultural Encounters: Britain and Africa in the Nineteenth Century.' In: Morgan, Philip D. and Hawkins, S., (eds.), Black Experience and the Empire. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 166-193. (Oxford History of the British Empire Companion Series)

McCaskie, Tom (2003) 'Agyeman Prempeh before the Exile.' In: Adu Boahen, A., Akyeampong, Emmanuel K., Lawler, N., McCaskie, Tom and Wilks, I., (eds.), 'The History of Ashanti Kings and the wole Country itself' and Other Writings by Otumfuo, Nana Agyeman Prempeh I. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 3-20.

Journal Article

McCaskie, Tom (2008) 'The United States, Ghana and Oil: global and local perspectives.' African Affairs, 107 (428). pp. 313-332.

McCaskie, Tom (2008) 'Akwantemfi - In Mid-Journey: an Asante shrine today and its clients.' Journal of Religion in Africa, 38 (1). pp. 57-80.

McCaskie, Tom (2008) 'Gun Culture in Kumasi.' Africa: Journal of the International African Institute, 78 (3). pp. 433-454.

McCaskie, Tom (2007) 'Denkyira in the Making of Asante c. 1660-1720.' The Journal of African History, 48 (1). pp. 1-25.

McCaskie, Tom (2007) 'Asante History: A Personal Impression of Forty Years.' Ghana Studies, 10. pp. 145-161.

McCaskie, Tom (2007) 'The Life and Afterlife of Yaa Asantewaa.' Africa: Journal of the International African Institute, 77 (2). pp. 151-179.

McCaskie, Tom (2005) 'Sakrobundi and Aberewa: Sie Kwaku the Witch-Finder in the Akan World.' Journal des Africanistes, 75 (1). pp. 163-207.

McCaskie, Tom and Benson, Sue (2004) 'Asen Praso in History and Memory.' Ghana Studies, 7. pp. 93-113.

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