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Agwuele, A. (ed.), Bodomo, A. (ed.). 2018. The Routledge Handbook of African Linguistics. London: Routledge.

Bodomo, A. 2015. African soft power in China, in: African - East African Affairs. 2015, 2, p. 76-97.

Bodomo, A. 2015. African traders in Guangzhou: a bridge community for Africa - China relations, in: Handbook on China and Developing Countries. Freeman, C. (Hrsg.). Edward Elgar Publishing, p. 133-166.

Bodomo, A. (ed). 2016. Africans in China: Guangdong and Beyond. NY: Diasporic Africa Press.

Bodomo, A. 2016. The Ghanaian community in Hong Kong and Guangzhou. In The socio-spatial landscape of international migration zones in Guangzhou, eds. Zhigang Li et al.  Nanjing: Southeast University Press.

Bodomo, A. 2016. Afriphone literature as a prototypical form of African literature: Insights from prototype theory. In:  Advances in Language and Literary Studies. 7, 5, p. 262-267.

Bodomo, A. 2017. The Globalization of Foreign Investment in Africa: The Role of Europe, China and India. Emerld Publishing Limited, UK, 136 pages.

Bodomo, A. 2017. Parallel text: a theoretical and methodological strategy for promoting African language literature in the twenty first century. In: Translation: A Transdisciplinary Journal, Issue 6, September 2017, p. 36-52.

Bodomo, A. 2017. African Languages, Linguistics, and Literatures: Exploring Global Interdisciplinary Research Trends in the Humanities. Inaugural Lecture Monographs series Vol. 1. Galda Verlag, Berlin, 50 pages.

Bodomo, A. (博艾敦). 2018. 非洲人在中国:社会文化研究及其对非洲-中国关系的影响 (Africans in China: Social and Cultural Studies and Their Impact on Africa – China Relations), Social Science Academic Press China SSAP (社会科学文献出版社)

Bodomo, A. 2018. The Bridge is not Burning Down: Transformation and Resilience within China’s African Diaspora Communities. In: African Studies Quarterly 17(4), p. 63-83.

Bodomo, A. & Abubakari, H. 2017. Towards the Harmonization of a Writing System for the Mabia Languages of West Africa. In Deconstructing the Tower of Babel: Between the Harmonization and Fragmentation of African Language Orthographies. Prah, Kwesi Kwaa and Miti, Lazarus Musazitame (eds). Cape Town, South Africa. Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS).  CASAS Book Series No. 120, p. 159-181.

Bodomo, A. & Pajancic, C. 2015. Counting beans: Some empirical and methodological problems for calibrating the African presence in Greater China, in: Journal of Pan African Studies. 7, 10, p. 126-143.

Bodomo, A. & Pajancic, C. 2016. Counting beans: Some empirical and methodological problems for calibrating the African presence in Greater China, in: Africans in China. Guangdong and Beyond (ed. Adams Bodomo), 2016. Diasporic Africa Press, New York. p. 139-155. 

Bodomo, A., Yu, S. & Che, D. 2017. “Verb-object compounds and idioms in Chinese” Chapter in the book: Computational and Corpus-based Phraseology: EUROPHRAS 2017. Mitkov, R. (ed.). Cham (Germany): Springer, Vol. 10596, p. 383-396 19 p. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series)

Hiraiwa, K., Akanlig-Pare, G., Atintono, S., Bodomo, A., Essizewa, K., & Hudu, F. 2017. A comparative syntax of internally-headed relative clauses in GurGlossa: a journal of general linguistics2(1), 27. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.40

Lin, L., Brown, K. B., Hall, B. J., Yu, F., Yang, J., Wang, J., Schrock, J., Bodomo, A., Yang, L., Yang, B., Nehl, E., Tucker, J., Wong, F. 2015. Overcoming Barriers to Health Care Access: A Qualitative Study among African Migrants in Guangzhou, China. In: Global Public Health, Sept. 2015.

Lin, L., Hall, B., Khoe, C. & Bodomo, A. 2015. Ebola outbreak: From the perspective of African migrants in China, in: American Journal of Public Health. Volume 105, Issue 5, p. 5.

Okyerefo, M. P. K. 2014. Transnational dynamics in African Christianity: How global is the Lighthouse Chapel International missionary mandate? Journal of Africana Religions 2(1), 95-110.

Okyerefo, M. P. K. (Forthcoming): "I am Austro-Ghanaian" - Citizenship and belonging of Ghanaians in Austria. Ghana Studies.


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