Africa: West Africa, architecture, the built environment, urban planning, palaceology
Tony Yeboah is a Ph.D. student in History at Yale University. Before joining Yale in 2018, he worked as a teaching/research assistant at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. His dissertation examines the entangled themes of colonial power, the built environment, and community-making in the Asante capital of Kumase. He is also interested in the study of palace, palaceology. His works have appeared in the Journal of West African History and History in Africa.