Education or Qualification:
PhD (Philosophy), University of Utrecht, Netherlands, Candidate
M. Phil. (Philosophy), University of Ghana, 2007 – 2009
B.A. (Philosophy), University of Ghana, 2002 – 2006
Ethics, Personhood, Philosophy of Culture, democracy and nation-building
Academic Awards/ Fellowships:
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, New York
Awarded research grant for project: Multipartism, Social Fragmentation and Nation Building;
Exploring Akan Philosophical and Religious Ideas on the Preservation of the Environment.
(Co. Principal Investigator and Collaborator respectively), 2018
Office of Research, Innovation and Development, University of Ghana
Awarded faculty development grant, 2013
Association of African Universities
Awarded Thesis Grant, 2009
Graduate School, University of Ghana
Awarded Graduate Research Fellowship, 2008
Legon Hall, University of Ghana
Received Legon Academic Excellence Award for maintaining consistency in
academic excellence and graduating with a First-Class Hons, (March 2007).
Ajei, M. and Myles, N. “Personhood, Autonomy and Informed Consent.”
In Bioethics in Africa: Theories and Praxis eds. Frimpong-Mansoh, Y. A., Atuire, C.A., (USA: Vernon Press, 2019). Pp. 77-94.
Myles, Nancy O. “Multiculturalism and the notion of Cultural Identity.” In University of Ghana Readers:
A Celebration of Philosophy & Classics eds. Simpson et al (Oxfordshire: Ayebia Clarke Publishing Limited, 2013). Pp. 147-164.
Myles, Nancy O. “I have a Dream.” In Ghana @ 50 Anniversary Lectures ed. Gyekye, K.
(Accra: National Planning Committee of the Golden Jubilee Lectures, 2008). Pp. 373-379.
Peer-review Journal Articles
Myles, Nancy. O. “‘The Individual’ in the Individualism/Communitarianism Debate.”
Legon Journal of the Humanities 29, no. 2 (2018): 242-264.
Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIB) Ghana
Family Health Medical School, Ghana
Webster University, Ghana Campus.