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Dela Kuma (Ph.D.) is an Assistant Professor of Archaeology in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Kuma specializes in African archaeology, the archaeology of ‘legitimate’ trade, and the archaeology of the Atlantic world. Her current research, "Nkudzedze: Africanizing Tastes and Consumer Power during ‘legitimate’ trade at Amedeka, Ghana (AD 1807-1900), “ examines broad transformations in local tastes and everyday life during the nineteenth-century in the hinterlands of southeastern Ghana.
The University of Pittsburgh, Department of Anthropology
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