Race, Politics and Public School Closure in the U.S.
Nuamah, S.A. (In Press). Who Governs? How Shifts in Political Power Shape Perceptions of Local Government Services. Urban Affairs Review (with Domingo Morel)
Nuamah, S.A. (Forthcoming). A Spoke in the Wheel: Public School Closures and The Continued Violation of Public Trust. In Losing Schools.Eds. Information Age Publishing
Media based on above research: NEPC, SALON.COM, HAVE YOU HEARD, DIANE RAVITCH.COM, ALTERNET.COM, Scholar Strategy Network and more.
Gender and Education in the U.S. and Africa.
Frempong, G., M. Visser, Nosisi Feza, L. Winnaar, and S. Nuamah. (2016). "Resilient learners in schools serving poor communities." Electronic journal of research in educational psychology 14, no. 39 (2016): 352-367.
Nuamah, S.A. (Forthcoming). The Limits of Individual Level Factors for Ghanaian and South African Girls Learning. Youth Challenges and Opportunity Pathways in and linked to West Africa. Palgrave Macmillan.