Publication Types:

Maat and the Rebirth of Kmt ‘Land of Black People’: An Examination of Beatty’s Djehuty Project

Journal Article
Joseph Aketema, Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon
Filosofia Theoretica: Journal of African Philosophy, Culture and Religions, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages 47-76
Publication year: 2021

Fiction vs. Evidence: A Critical Review of Ataa Ayi Kwei Armah’s Wat Nt Shemsw and the Eurasian Rhetorical Ethic

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon & Lwanga Songsore
African and Asian Studies, Volume 20, Issues 1-2, Pages 124-153.
Publication year: 2021

A Crosslinguistic Study of Body Part Expressions in Classical and Contemporary Afrikan Languages: Akan, Yorùbá, Kiswahili and mdw nTr

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon & Lwanga Songsore
Ghana Journal of Linguistics, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 150–176
Publication year: 2021

Politicians, Prostiticians, and The Ghana-United States Military Base Agreement: What happens when you let the united snakkkes into your home?

Journal Article
Kambon, O., & Yɛboah, R. M.
Turning the Tide: Journal of Inter-communal Solidarity, Volume 33, Issue 1
Publication year: 2021

T.R.H. Nana Marcus Mosiah Garvey’s “Universal Negro”, Nana Kwame Nkrumah’s “All-African,” and the Theory of Intraspecific Aggressive Ideological Mimicry (AIM)

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon & Lwanga Songsore
Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review, Volume 38, Issue 1.
Publication year: 2021

Maat vs. the Statue of Égalité: A Critical Analysis of Ataa Ayi Kwei Armah’s Wat Nt Shemsw: The Way of Companions.

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon, Lwanga Songsore, Yaw Mankatah Asare
Legon Journal of the Humanities, Volume 30, Issue 2, Pages 33-65
Publication year: 2020

Editorial Book Critique: The Origin of the Word Amen: Ancient Knowledge the Bible has Never Told

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon
Ghana Journal of Linguistics, 9(1), 72-96.
Publication year: 2020

On the Structure of Causatives in Akan

Journal Article
Duah, R. Akuɔko & Ọbádélé Kambon
Journal of West African Languages, 47(2), 1-22.
Publication year: 2020

What Afrikan Names May (or May Not) Tell Us About the State of Pan-Afrikanism

Journal Article
Obadele Kambon, Roland Mireku Yeboah
(2019). What Afrikan Names may (or may not) Tell Us about the State of Pan-Afrikanism. Journal of Black Studies, 50(6), pp. 569–601.
Publication year: 2019

Ku Nseke and Ku Mpèmba: The Dikènga Theory as Evinced Through Content and Function of Akan Ananse Stories and Yorùbá Ìjàpá Tales

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Kambon
Contemporary Journal of African Studies, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 1-22
Publication year: 2019

Humanities and Sciences as Complementary Aspects of an Afrikan=Black Whole: Evidence from Archeoastronomy

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon, Yaw Mankatah Asare
Legon Journal of the Humanities, Volume 30, Issue 2, Pages 215-242
Publication year: 2019
Obadele Kambon Journal of Pan-African Studies

Afrikan=Black Combat Forms Hidden in Plain Sight: Engolo/Capoeira, Knocking-and-Kicking and Asafo Flag Dancing

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon
Africology: Journal of Pan-African Studies, Volume 12, Number 4, October 2018
Publication year: 2018

Haiti, Morocco and the AU: A Case Study on Black Pan-Africanism vs. anti-Black continentalism

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon & Roland Mireku Yeboah
CODESRIA: Identity, Culture, And Politics, Volume 19, Issues 1-2, Pages 41-64
Publication year: 2018

Intellectual Warfare, Theory and Practice: Gates, Thornton, White World Terror Domination and the War on Afrocentricity

Journal Article
Kambon, Ọ.
Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies, 10(3), 75-99.
Publication year: 2017

Akan noun–verb nominal compounds: The exocentric synthetic view

Journal Article
Appah, C. K. I., Duah, R. A., & Kambon, Ọ
Language Sciences, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.langsci.2017.05.001
Publication year: 2017

TwiSwahili Or KiswaTwili: A Study of Parallel Proverbs in Akan (Twi) And Kiswahili

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Bakari Kambon, Josephine Dzahene-Quarshie
Twiswahili or Kiswatwili: A Study of Parallel Proverbs in Akan (Twi) and Kiswahili. Ghana Journal of Linguistics - Special Issue, 6(2), 116-153.
Publication year: 2017

Non-African Linguists Be Like, “This Is a New Way to Quote!”

Journal Article
Ọbádélé Kambon, Reginald Akuoko Duah
Ghana Journal of Linguistics - Special Issue 6 (2):85-115. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/gjl.v6i2.5.
Publication year: 2017
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Akan Ananse Stories, Yorùbá Ìjàpá Tales, and the Dikenga Theory: Worldview and Structure

Journal Article
Kambon, Ọ
Contemporary Journal of African Studies, 4(2), 1-36.
Publication year: 2017
Kambon, Ọ., Osam, E. K., & Amfo, N. A. (2015). A Case for Revisiting Definitions of Serial Verb Constructions – Evidence from Akan Serial Verb Nominalization. Studies in African Linguistics, 44(2), 75-99. http://sal.research.pdx.edu/PDF/442Kambon.pdf

A Case for Revisiting Definitions of Serial Verb Constructions – Evidence from Akan Serial Verb Nominalization

Journal Article
Kambon, Ọ., Osam, E. K., & Amfo, N. A.
Studies in African Linguistics, 44(2)
Publication year: 2015
Kambon, O. (2015). Theory of Endogenous and Exogenous Motivation in L2 Migration. Per Linguam, 31(2), 1-20.

Theory of Endogenous and Exogenous Motivation in L2 Migration

Journal Article
Kambon, Ọ
Per Linguam, 31(2), 1-20
Publication year: 2015
Brindle, J., Dakubu, M. E. K., & Kambon, O. (2015). Kiliji, An Unrecorded Spiritual Language of Eastern Ghana. Journal of West African Languages, 42(1), 65-88.

Kiliji, An Unrecorded Spiritual Language of Eastern Ghana

Journal Article
Brindle, J., Dakubu, M. E. K., & Kambon, Ọ
Journal of West African Languages, 42(1), 65-88
Publication year: 2015
Kambon, Ọ. (2015). Legacies and the Impact of Trans-Atlantic Enslavement on the Diaspora. Journal of Pan African Studies, 8(8), 23-44. http://www.jpanafrican.org/docs/vol8no7/8.7-5-Obadele.pdf

Legacies and the Impact of Trans-Atlantic Enslavement on the Diaspora

Journal Article
Kambon, Ọ
Journal of Pan African Studies, 8(8), 41-61
Publication year: 2015
Call for Support!

Earlier this year, the Kambon family had a major family emergency. Okunini Ọbádélé Kambon’s wife Kala and children were involved in a serious car accident and admitted to the hospital. All are doing well and recovering.

The family’s only mode of transportation was totaled in the accident.

We are asking for the support of Abibitumi family to assist the Kambon family during this trying time.    

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