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Texas A & M University <firstname.lastname@example.org> I am pleased to announce the publication of _Ghana Studies_, vol. 4 (2001). Instructions for obtaining a subscription and to order back issues of the journal may be found at the end of this message. Table of Contents: Larry W. YARAK, "Editor's Introduction" pp. 1-2. Special Section: Moral Discourses and Public Spaces in the Fourth Republic. Guest Editors: Birgit Meyer and Paul Nugent Birgit MEYER and Paul NUGENT, "Moral Discourses and Public Spaces in the Fourth Republic," pp. 3-5. Akosua K. DARKWAH, "Aid or Hindrance? Faith Gospel Theology and Ghana1s Incorporation into the Global Economy," pp. 7-29. Rijk VAN DIJK, "Contesting Silence: The Ban on Drumming and the Musical Politics of Pentecostalism in Ghana," pp. 31-64. Birgit MEYER, "Money, Power and Morality: Popular Ghanaian Cinema in the Fourth Republic," pp. 65-84. Paul NUGENT, "The Things That Money Can Buy: Chieftaincy, the Media and the 1996 Elections in Hohoe-North Constituency," pp. 85-106. Other articles: Joseph K. Adjaye, "The Performativity of Akan Libations: An Ethnopoetic Construction of Reality," pp. 107-38. Stefano BONI, "A Precolonial, Political History of the Sefwi Wiawso Oman," pp. 139-68. Kwamena KWANSAH-AIDOO, "Interpersonal Networks and the Dissemination of the Mass Media's Environmental Agenda in Ghana," pp. 169-97. To subscribe or to order back issues, please send an email message to: email@example.com From volume 5 (2002) subscriptions to _Ghana Studies_ will be a benefit of membership in the Ghana Studies Council. To join Ghana Studies Council, contact the David Owusu-Ansah at: <firstname.lastname@example.org> For information about submitting manuscripts for publication consideration or to view the tables of contents of back issues, visit the _Ghana Studies_ web site: http://people.tamu.edu/~yarak/ghana_studies.html