Listen to a podcast that I was featured on here

Digital/ Public humanities project: Check out an interactive map based on Google Map that link historic sites in the Upper West region of Ghana. 

Personal Statement:

kwabena agyare yeboah is a social historian whose wide range of interests include African history, history of public health & medicine, and public/ digital history. At UCSB, he will be studying the framing of HIV/AIDS in Ghana and its interface with the siting of the Akosombo dam (Volta River Project), ethnocentrism, women’s history, commercial sex work, transnational sexual networks, and the misuse of statistics in quantitative epidemiology.   



    Professor Stephan F. Miescher 


Selected Publications:

Kwabena Agyare Yeboah (2019). ‘We need to talk about Ghana’s Year of Return and its politics of exclusion.’ African Arguments .

Kwabena Agyare Yeboah. ‘George Alhassan: Footballer and Photographer.’ (2019). Popula. 

Kwabena Agyare Yeboah. ‘In Praise of the Presence of Absence’ in Ibrahim Mahama. Exchange-Exchanger (1957-2057) (2017). Ed. Bernard Akoi-Jackson. Kwasi Ohene-Ayeh. Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Berlin, Germany. 


Edited Artist Catalogues/ Publications

‘Woori’ (2022). Nubuke Foundation. Accra, Ghana.

‘Make We Dance’ (2022). Nubuke Foundation. Accra, Ghana.

‘Look at We.’ (2021). Nubuke Foundation. Accra, Ghana.

Awards & Professional Activities:

  • UCSB Chancellor’s Fellowship 2022 – 2027