Eric Narh Tei-Kumadoe

University of Ghana
Institute of African Studies

Eric works closely with the hub coordinator in research and organising meetings and other events for the Reading Decolonisation in Africa Today club.

He is a doctoral candidate at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon where his primary research examines resistance to forced labour policies in the mines during the colonial era, with a special focus on Ghana. His other research interests revolve around the multifaceted dimensions of anticolonial resistance by iconic figures, ordinary people and workers.

He has a multidisciplinary background in philosophy, psychology, African literature, oral traditions and urban studies. He has also been involved in research collaborations on decolonisation, agrarian economies and mining history.