— M.Phil, University of Ghana, Legon
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William Narteh Gblerkpor is a doctoral candidate in archaeology at the University of Texas at Austin. He is also a lecturer in archaeology and heritage studies at the University of Ghana, Legon. He received his Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Archaeology from the same institution. William currently co-directs the Krobo Mountain Archaeological Project, a partnership project between the University of Ghana and the Krobo Traditional Councils.
Research Interest: His research interests include landscape archaeology, ethno-archaeology, and public archaeology. His ongoing doctoral research project focuses on sociopolitical and religious ritual transformations among the Krobo people of southern Ghana (before and during European contact in West Africa).
Research Experience: Between 2007 and 2013, William co-directed three major archaeological field schools for senior undergraduate and junior graduate students of the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, University of Ghana, Legon. Also, in 2012, he participated in a major archaeological fieldwork in Botswana, which was led by Professor James Denbow of the University of Texas at Austin and Dr. M.N. Morongwa of the University of Botswana.