Dr. Wazi Apoh started his appointment as a lecturer in the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, University of Ghana on 9th June 2009. Prior to his coming to Ghana in 2009, he taught for a couple of years as a Frederick Douglass Teaching Scholar at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, USA. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts and Master degrees in archaeology from the University of Ghana in 1997 and 2001 respectively. His exposure to new methods and techniques of archaeology and anthropology from the United States of America, where he obtained his PhD in archaeological anthropology in 2008, is indeed an indispensable asset needed in the training of students in this department. His speciality is in the fields of African archaeology, cultural heritage management, contract/salvage archaeology, forensic archaeology, development anthropology and the archaeology of German missionization and colonization of ‘Togoland’. He was the immediate past Head of the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, University of Ghana and President of the West African Archaeological Association (WAAA). He is a current Board Member of the Ghana National Commission on Culture (NCC). His co-edited books include ‘Current Perspectives on the Archaeology of Ghana,’ as well as ‘Germany and Its West African Colonies: “Excavations” of German Colonialism in Post-Colonial Times.’ His current book is entitled ‘Revelations of Domination and Resilience: Discovering the Buried Past of the Akpinis, Akans, Germans and British at Kpando, Ghana.’ Sub-Saharan Publishers