• Realigning and Repositioning Africa: Charting its own courses in the 21st Century


Talburt, T. & Traoré, M. Realigning and Repositioning Africa: Charting its own courses in the 21st Century, March, 2022, Woeli Publishers, Accra

Nkansah, S.K. & Traore, M. (2020). Literature in English (Prose Fiction). Cape Coast: UCC Press.

Traore, M. & Talburt, T. (Eds.). (2017). Fight for freedom: Black resistance and identity. Accra: Sub-Saharan Publishers.

Traoré, M. (2019). Teaching Edwidge Danticat’s Brother, I’m dying and The arming of Bones: Experiences from a class in Ghana. Forthcoming in C. L. Joseph, S. Banerjee, Marvin Hobson, and D. Hoey (Eds.), Approaches to teaching the works of Edwidge Danticat. London, UK: Routledge.

Traoré, M. (2018). Understanding the present through the past: Struggles against racism. In A. Johnson, R. Joseph-Salisbury, B. Kamunge (Eds.), The Fire Now: Anti-Racist Scholarship In Times of Explicit Racial Violence (pp. 142-149). London, UK: Zed Books Ltd.

Traoré, M. & Botchway, D. N. (2018). Military coup, popular revolution or militarised revolution: Contextualising the revolutionary ideological courses of Thomas Sankara and the National Council of the Revolution. In A. Murrey (Ed.), A certain amount of madness: The life, politics and legacies of Thomas Sankara (pp. 21 – 35) UK: Pluto Press.

Traoré, M. (2018). Jean Price-Mars and the roots of the dynamics between antillanité, créolité, and Pan-Africanism. In C. Joseph, J. E. Saint Paul & Glodel Mezilas (Eds.), Between two worlds: Jean Price-Mars, Haiti, and Africa (pp. 209-222). Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.

Traoré, M. & Tetteh, G. (2018). “Discussing research findings”. In K. Mpoche (Ed.), Research Methodology: A student companion (pp. 257-271). Douala, Cameroon: Editions L’ebène.

Traoré, M. (2017). Data collection in the humanities: A critical survey of the main assets. In D. D. Kuupole (Ed.), Perspectives on conducting and reporting research in the humanities (pp.103-120). Cape Coast, Ghana: University of Cape Coast Press.

Traoré, M. (2017). Maryse Condé’s Heremakhonon and the fight for Caribbean female Francophone identity. In M. Traoré and T. Talburt (Eds.), Fight for freedom: black resistance and identity (pp.143-170). Accra, Ghana: Sub-Saharan Publishers.

Traoré, M. (2017). Pan-Africanism, anti-Eurocentrism and slave resistance in Raphaël Confiant’s Nègre Marron. In M. Traoré & T. Talburt (Eds.), Fight for freedom: black resistance and identity (pp. 171-199). Accra, Ghana: Sub-Saharan Publishers.

Traoré, M. & Talburt, T. (2017). “Fight for freedom: A summary”. In M. Traoré and T. Talburt (Eds.), Fight for freedom: Black resistance and identity (pp. 250-261). Accra, Ghana: Sub-Saharan Publishers.

Traoré, M. (2016). “The rhetoric of genocide in Africa: Memory and trauma in three selected literary works”. In M. Mawere, & T. R. Mubaya (Eds.), Colonial heritage, memory and sustainability in Africa: Challenges, opportunities and prospects (pp. 339-360). Bamenda, Cameroon: Langaa Research and Publishing Common Initiative Group.

Traoré, M. (2015). Pan-Africanism, marxism and sustainable development in Jacques Roumain’s Gouverneurs de la rosée (Masters of the Dew). In M. Mawere. & S. Awuah-Nyamekye, M. Bamenda Harnessing cultural capital for sustainability: A Pan-Africanist perspective (pp. 55-84) Bamenda, Cameroon: Langaa Research & Publishing.

Traoré, M. (2012). Composition, postcolonialism and teacher training in the USA: An Argumentative Essay. In D. F. Edu-Buandoh & A. B. Appartaim (Eds.), Between language and literature: A festschrift for Prof.  Kofi Edu Yankson (pp. 405-422) Cape Coast, Ghana: Cape Coast University Printing Press.

Asempasah, R. & Traoré, M. (2014). The fragile ‘absolute’: Heremakhonon and the crisis of representation and historical consciousness. In International Organization of Scientific Research (IOSR) Journals, 19(1), 1-39.

Asiamah, E., Taofiq, A. & Traoré, M. (2018). Intertextuality in Ghanaian hip life music. Ilorin Journal of English Studies. No 4. July, 2018:1-15.     

Ilori, E., Taofiq, A. A. & Traoré, M. (2018). Postcolonial ecocritical reading of Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s Weep Not, Child. Alóre: Ilorin Journal of the Humanities, 27, 1-13.

Keengwe, J. & Schnellert, G. L., Traoré, M. (2012) Technology and ESL: A case study of teaching informational texts in Thailand using technology tools and the internet”. In IJICTE. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education. 8 (1), 35- 43.

Kodah, M. K. & Traoré, M. (2015). Ideological prostitution as a bane of Africa’s Development: A reading of the suns of independence and tribaliques, education and science. Journal of Policy Review and Curriculum Development, 5 (1), 63-73.

Kodah, M. K. & Traoré, M. (2015). Corruption and democracy as inextricable bed-Fellows: A critical reading of Money Galore and A Man of the People. In A. Arigbabu, Y. A. Ankomah, N. Adetoro, M. A. B. Bakah, S. E. Oladipo, K. Boadu (Eds.), Conference Proceedings of UCC-TASUED 1st Interdisciplinary Conference. (pp. 220-236). Cape Coast, Ghana: University of Cape Coast.

Kyei-Blankson, L. & Traoré, M. (2010). Using literature and multiple technologies in ESL instruction. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 21 (4), 367-383.

Traore, M. (2020). Visual Memories of Slavery: The Case of Assin Manso in Ghana. The Griot: Journal of the West African Association of Literature and Language Studies (WAACLALS). Vol. I, No.1, 2020.

Traore, M. (2019) The First World War and its complex sequels: Galvanization of the downtrodden and the emergence of Pan-Africanism. Revue des Sciences du Language et de la Communication. No5, Juin /June 2019. (pp. 295- 306)

Traoré, M. (2019). Venturing on the unexplored terrain: The first stage of an ecocritical analysis of selected novels by Ayi Kwei Armah. Particip’Action 11(1), 113-129.

Traoré, M. (2018). Ayi Kwei Armah’s The healers and Two thousand seasons: Pre-colonial Africa healing the Western intrusion inflicted wounds. In J. B. A. Afful, P. K. T. Grant, & A. Y. M. De-Souza (Eds.), The Humanities and Indigenous Knowledge in Health: A Publication of the Faculty of Arts, 86-101.

Traoré, M. (2018). The Anglophone African writer’s pragmatic pan-Africanism. Distance Forum, (3), 4-24.

Traoré, M. (2016). The urban in Tadjo’s As the crow flies. Drumspeak. International Journal of Research in the Humanities, 5(2), 57-77.

Traore, M. & Segtub. M. (2016). African conflicts. memory, trauma and narrative display on selected memoirs. Journal of Communications, Media & Society 3(1)

Traoré, M. (2015). The urban in Veronique Tadjo’s As the crow flies: A postmodern reading. Papers in English and Linguistics (PEL), 16 (1), 183-198.

Traoré, M. (2015). A literary analysis of the West Africans’ reaction to the introduction of Western education in Africa: The case of selected Francophone and Anglophone novels. OGIRISI: A New Journal of African Studies, 11, 83-111.

Traoré, M. (2015). Language and ideology in selected postcolonial works: Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth and Ahmadou Kourouma’s En attendant le vote des bêtes sauvages. Journal on the Co-existence of Languages in West Africa, 10, 254-268.

Traoré, M. (2014). Narration and exculpation: France and the reconstruction of memory in the Rwandan genocide. Aksu Journal of History & Global Studies, 1(1&2), 171-187.

Traoré, M. (2014). European modernity’s representation of Africa, Africans, African Americans and Asian in its imperialistic explorations and colonization. Journal of Language, Discourse and Society, 3(1), 52- 67.

Traoré, M. (2012). Representations of Africa in the writings of the diaspora: A call for the redefinition of African American literature. In Journal of Intercultural Disciplines. 1, (2), 56-72.