• English language in communication
• Language and Identities: Gender, Ethnicity and Class
• Communication in Society
• Language and Intercultural Communication
• The Growth of Worldwide English
• Survey of the English Language I
• English as a Second Language
1. Ansah, G.N. (2013). Issues in defining Ghanaian Language-English bilingualism: A Sociolinguistic Perspective. In Mensah, A., Anderson, J. & Adika P. K. (eds.). English Department Reader. UK: Ayebia Clarke.
2. Ansah, G.N. (2013). Culture in Embodiment: Evidence from Conceptual Metaphors/Metonymies of Anger in Akan and English. In Fuyi Li (ed). Compendium of Cognitive Linguistics Research, 2: 63- 82. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
3. Ansah, G.N. (2011). Emotion Language in Akan: The case of anger. In Gian Claudio Batic(ed). Encoding Emotions in African Languages. Pp. 119-137. LINCOM .
4. Ansah, G.N. (2010). Political nicknaming in Ghana: social representations of democracyachieved through conceptual blending. In Lauer, H., Amfo, N.A.A. and Anderson, J.A. (eds). Identity meets Nationality: voices from the Humanities. Accra: Sub-Saharan Publishing.
5. Anderson, J.A., G.N. Ansah and P.A. h Mensa (2009). Domains of English in Ghana and Its Use for Specific Purposes. In Krzanowski, M. (ed) (2009). English for Academic and Specific Purposes in Developing, Emerging and Least Developed Countries. pp.122-129. Garnet Education.
6. Ansah, G.N. and E.K. Osam (2004). Lexical Innovation in Akan: An Overview. In Dakubu, M.E and E.K.Osam (eds.) Volta Basin 2. Proceedings of the annual colloquium of theegon-Trondheim Linguistics Project, 12-13 January 2004. Pp.1-9.
1. Ansah, G. N. (2014). Re-examining the fluctuations in language-in-education policies in postindependence Ghana. Multilingual Education, 4:12.
2. Ansah, G.N. (2014). Culture in embodied cognition: metaphorical/metonymic conceptualisations of FEAR in Akan and English. Metaphor and Symbol, Francis & Taylor.
3. Ansah, G.N. (2014). Cognitive models of anger in Akan: A Conceptual Metaphor Analysis. Cognitive Linguistic Studies, 1:1 John Benjamins.
4. Ofosu-Mensah A. E. and G. N. Ansah (2012). The role of language in ethnicidentity: The case Akwamu in Ghana. African Journal of History and Culture Vol. 4(5), pp. 74–79, June 2012.
5. Ansah, G.N. (2012). Culture in Embodiment: Evidence from Conceptual Metaphors/ Metonymies of Anger in Akan and English.International Journal of Cognitive Linguistics, Vol. 2 Issue 1.
6. Ansah, G.N. (2011). The Cultural Basis of Conceptual Metaphors: The Case of Emotions in Akan and English. Papers from the Lancaster University Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics & Language Teaching Volume 5 Papers from LAEL PG 2010
7. Ansah, G.N. (2008). Linguistic Diversity in the Modern World: Practicalities and Paradoxes. The International Journal of Language Society and Culture Issue 26 LSC-2008. Pp. 1-8.
1. Ansah, G. N. (2011). Lexical Creativity and National Development: The Case of Akan Talk
2. Radio in Ghana.Nordic Africa Institute: www.nai.uu.se/ecas-/panels/141.../Gladys-Ansah-Full-paper.pdf.
Papers presented at conferences:
1. Bilingual Education in a multilingual community: Policy and Practice. 11th Annual Faculty of Arts Colloquium (April 2013).
2. Lexical Creativity and National development: The case of Akan talk radio in Ghana. A paper presented at the 4th European Conference on African Studies (ECAS 4). Sweden, June 2011.
3. The role of affective-based vs context-based motivation in English learning achievement in Ghana. Paper presented at the Languages, Education and Development (BAAL SIG-AFRICA), 2nd April 2011. (With P. AfrakomahMensa).
4. The effects of context-induced motivation on English achievement in Ghana. A paper presented at the Language in Africa: An Inter-University Research Seminar Exploring Language Usage and Values in a Range of Contexts, Edge Hill University, Uk, November 2010.
5. The cultural basis of conceptual metaphors: the case of emotions in Akan and English. A paper presented at the 5th LAEL Postgraduate conference, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, UK, July 2010.
6. A World Bank for Ellembelle Mugabe’: Creating Social Cognition about Democracy in Ghana. 7th Faculty of Arts Annual Colloquium. (April 2009).
7. Bilingual Conceptual Metaphors: A Fresh Window on Bilingual Conceptual Representation? University of Brighton Post Graduate Conference on Cognitive Linguistics. (August 2008).
8. Grammaticalization: Moving from Adverbials to Epistemic Adverbs in Akan. 2nd International Conference on Applied Linguistics (November 2006).
9. Metaphors:Tools or flowers? – Departmental seminar series, English Department, UG (August 2006).
10. Verbal Morphology in Akan-English Code-Switching – Language Centre Seminar series (April 2006).
11. Expressing the Inexpressible. A paper presented at the 32nd Annual ALA Conference (May 2006) (With Jemima A. Anderson).
12. The English Graduate and the Job Market – 4th Annual Faculty of Arts Colloquium (April 2006). (With Jemima A. Anderson).
13. English Language and the Job Market: A Sociolinguistic Study of Language Shift in Ghana – 4th Annual Faculty of Arts Colloquium (April 2006). (with P. Afrakomah Mensa)
14. The Pluralization of English Loan Words in Akan – First Conference on Applied linguistics, UEW, Winneba (October 2005).
15. Politically Correct Language - 3rd Faculty of Arts Colloquium (April 2005). Ethnography of Modern Political Discourse in Ghana - 2nd Annual Faculty of Arts Colloquium, (May 2004).
• Member - Akuafo Hall Tutorial Board
• Floor Tutor, Akuafo Hall
• Lead Editor, School of Languages Biannual Newsletter
• Examinations’ officer, Department of English, University of Ghana, Legon
• Member, School of Languages Working Group
• Member, Faculty of Arts Colloquium Planning Committee (2013/14)
• Member – Akuafo Hall Council, University of Ghana, Legon (2006-2007)
• Guest lecturer, Ghana Military Academy – Staff College (2005; 2012; 2014)