s200 louise.muller


Since 2009, I carried out research to West African films, African religions, chieftaincy politics and processes of identity formation (chieftaincy) of the West African diaspora in Netherlands and Ghana. I am currently connected to the Leiden African Studies Centre as a fellow and member of the LASC community.

 My academic fields of expertise are: World History, Religious Studies, Philosophy, African Studies, Social Anthropology.


Book publication:

Religion and Chieftaincy in Ghana: An explanation of the persistence of a traditional political institution in West Africa (Anthropology of Religion. Religionsethnologie)

Published by Lit Verlag: Http://

 Latest article: 

2014:  Müller, L.F. ‘On the demonization and discrimination of Asante and Yoruba women in Ghanaian and Nigerian video films’ Research in African Literatures, vol. 45. No.4. (35 pag.). 



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