Prof. George Meyiri Bob-Milliar

Associate Professor

Dept: History and Political Studies
New Social Sciences Block Complex
Office Room: First Floor (FF 13D)
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
PMB, UP KNUST, Kumasi-Ghana

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His areas of research cut across three related disciplines; political science, history, development studies. His research interests include democratic...~more

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    Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

    Bob-Milliar, GM & Nyaaba, AY. ‘Modernising Royals and Capitalists of Kumase: the Ashanti Turf Club,  1950-1980s’, Journal of West African History 8, no. 1 (2022), pp. 45-76.                    

    Yunus Dumbe & George M. Bob-Milliar, ‘Unregulated Religious Spaces in Public Universities in        Ghana: Evidence of the Radicalisation of Young Muslim students.’ Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 40, no. 2 (2022), pp. 463-479.

    Gift Dumedah, Noah N-Yajasan Binche, George M. Bob-Milliar, Seidu Iddrisu, Edward Kwabena Twumasi, Jephthah Agyenim Boateng. ‘The case of electoral polling station data for geocoding in facilitating accessibility to social, economic and cultural opportunities in Ghana.’ African Geographical Review (2022). DOI: 10.1080/19376812.2022.2076134

    Bob-Milliar, GM & Lauterbach, K. ‘The Generation of Trust in Political Parties in Ghana.’ Africa Today, 68, no. 2 (2021), pp. 81-100.


    Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

    Lauterbach, K. and Bob-Milliar, GM. ‘Grounding the Prosperity Gospel: Sites of Wealth and Power in Ghana’. In Michael Wilkinson and Jörg Haustein (eds.), The Pentecostal World. Pp. 343-353. London: Routledge, 2023.

    Bob-Milliar, GM. ‘Introduction’. In Ana Magdalena Figueroa (ed.), The Impact of Foreign Interventions on Democracy and Human Rights. Pp. 1-3. London: Emerald Publishing Limited, 2022.

    Bob-Milliar GM. ‘Africa’s Contributions to World Civilization.’ In Samuel O. Oloruntoba and Toyin Falola (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Africa and the Changing Global Order. Pp. 25-42. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, 2022. 

    Bob-Milliar, GM. ‘Ghana: Recent History.’ In Iain Frame (ed.), Africa South of the Sahara 2022, 51st Edition. Pp.536-540. London: Routledge, 2021.



    Bob-Milliar, GM & Rachel Sigman, ‘How Ghana’s economic crisis is reshaping its democracy’, The Washington Post/Monkey Cage December 1, 2022.

    Bob-Milliar, GM & Jeffrey Paller, The Social Embeddedness of Elections: Ghana’s 2016 and 2020 Campaigns. Governance and Local Development Institute Working Paper Working Paper No. 60, Available at SSRN:


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