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Charles Prempeh

Biography:

Charles Prempeh had his B.A. and M.Phil. degrees in African Studies from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana and University of Ghana, Legon, respectively. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. His research interest is on chieftaincy, religions, gender, and youth popular cultures. He has also held teaching appointments at both the primary/secondary and tertiary levels of education in Ghana for about 20 years.

Termination details:

Charles Prempeh had his B.A. and M.Phil. degrees in African Studies from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana and University of Ghana, Legon, respectively. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. His research interest is on chieftaincy, religions, gender, and youth popular cultures. He has also held teaching appointments at both the primary/secondary and tertiary levels of education in Ghana for about 20 years.

Subject area and speciality

World Christianities specialists:

Christianity, Culture, and Pentecostalism in Ghana: An Ethnographic study of Pentecostal Traditional Authorities in contemporary Akan Society (1990s – present)

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