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Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 2008
Medical Anthropology; Transnational Migration; Anthropology of Christianity; History and Sociology of Science; Religious-Based Medical Abstinence; West African Labor Migrations; Pentecostalism; Ghana, Nigeria, and the US
EnchantedCalvinism: Labor Migration, Afflicting Spirits, and Christian Therapy in thePresbyterian Church of Ghana. Monograph (under review by the Universityof Rochester Press’ Rochester Studies in African History and Diaspora series).
The RoaringTwenties: Faith Tabernacle Congregation, Emergent Pentecostalism, and ReligiousRevolution in Colonial West Africa, 1918-1929. Monograph (inprogress).
Religious-Based Medical Abstinence as an EmbodiedCritique of Market-Based Medicine: the Case of Faith Tabernacle Congregation.To be submitted to Social Science andMedicine.
2011. Capitalism, Chaos, and Christian Healing:Faith Tabernacle Congregation in Southern Colonial Ghana, 1918-1926. Journal of African History 52(1):62-83.
2010. Out of Zion and Into Philadelphia and WestAfrica: Faith Tabernacle Congregation, 1897-1926. Pneuma: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 32(1):56-79.
2009. Missionary Medicine and Akan Therapeutics:Illness, Health and Healing in Southern Ghana’s Basel Mission, 1828-1918. Journal of Religion in Africa 39(4):429-461.
2003. Cope, JU, Askling J, Gridley G, Mohr A, Ekbom A, Nyren O,Linet MS. Appendectomy during Childhood and Adolescence and the Subsequent Riskof Cancer in Sweden. Pediatrics 3(6):1343-1350.
2002. W.T. Kaune, M.C. Miller, M.S. Linet, E.E. Hatch, R.A. Kleinerman,S. Watcholder, A.H. Mohr, R.E. Tarone, and C. Haines. Children’sExposure to Magnetic Fields Produced by Humidifiers, Electric Clocks, HairDryers, Sound Systems with Headsets, and Sewing Machines. Bioelectromagnetics 23:14-25.
2000. W.T. Kaune, M.C. Miller, M.S. Linet, E.E. Hatch, R.A. Kleinerman,S. Watcholder, A.H. Mohr, R.E. Tarone, and C. Haines. Children’sExposure to Magnetic Fields Produced by Television Sets Used for ViewingPrograms and Playing Video Games. Bioelectromagnetics 21:214-227.