Nartey, Mark.Political myth-making, populist performance and nationalist resistance: Examining Kwame Nkrumah's construction of the African unity dream. London & New York: Routledge. Under contract.
Nartey, Mark.(Ed.). Voice, agency and resistance: Emancipatory discourses in action. Critical Discourse Studies. Routledge. In prep.
Henaku, Nancy, Agbozo, Edzordzi, G., & Nartey, Mark.(Eds.). Communicative perspectives on Covid-19 in Ghana. London & New York: Routledge. In prep.
Mumuni, Eliasu, Nartey, Mark, & Pappoe, Ruby (Eds.). Communicative perspectives on Ghana's 2020 electoral politics. London: Palgrave Macmillan. In prep.
Nartey, Mark. Women's voice, agency and resistance in Nigerian blogs: A feminist critical discourse analysis. Journal of Gender Studies. Under review.
Nartey, Mark. Navigating the doctorate: A reflection on the journey of 'becoming' a PhD in applied language sciences. Cogent Education. Under review.
Nartey, Mark. & Ganaah, John. Legitimation in revolutionary discourses: A critical examination of the discourse of Jerry John Rawlings. Journal of Language and Politics. Under review.
Yu, Yating, Nartey, Mark, & Chen, Jieyu. A critical discourse analysis of resistance to climate change in the Chinese English-language news media. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies. Under review.
Nartey, Mark. Centering marginalized voices: A discourse analytic study of the Black Lives Matter movement on Twitter. Critical Discourse Studies. Accepted.
Nartey, Mark. Advocacy and civic engagement in protest discourse on Twitter: A discourse analytical study of Ghana’s #OccupyFlagstaffHouse and #RedFriday campaigns. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies. Accepted.
Nartey, Mark. Kwame Nkrumah’s construction of ‘the African people’ via the Unite or Perish myth: A discourse-historical analysis of populist performance. Pragmatics and Society. Accepted.
Mwinlaaru, Isaac N., & Nartey, Mark. "Free men we stand under the flag of our land": African anthems as resistance discourse. Critical Discourse Studies. Accepted.
Nartey, Mark. Marginality and otherness: The discursive construction of LGBT issues/people in the Ghanaian news media. Media, Culture & Society. 1-17.
Nartey, Mark. (2021). Yvonne Nelson and the heroic myth of Yaa Asantewaa: A discourse-mythological case study of a Ghanaian celebrity. Critical Studies in Media Communication 38(3): 255-268.
Nartey, Mark. (2021). A feminist critical discourse analysis of Ghanaian feminist blogs. Feminist Media Studies 21(4): 657-672.
Nartey, Mark. & Ladegaard, Hans J. (2021). Constructing undesirables: A critical discourse analysis of othering of Fulani nomads in the Ghanaian news media. Discourse & Communication 15(2): 184-199.
Yu, Yating, & Nartey, Mark. (2021). Constructing the myth of protest masculinity in the Chinese English language news media: A critical discourse analysis of the representations of “leftover men”. Gender and Language 15(2): 184-204.
Nartey, Mark. (2020). Voice, agency and identity: A positive discourse analysis of ‘resistance’ in the rhetoric of Kwame Nkrumah. Language & Intercultural Communication 20(2): 193-205.
Nartey, Mark. (2020). Metaphor and Kwame Nkrumah’s construction of the Unite or Perish myth: A discourse-mythological analysis. Social Semiotics 30(5): 646-664.
Nartey, Mark. (2020). A critical metaphor analysis of heroic myth in the discourse of Kwame Nkrumah. CADAAD Journal 12(1): 37-53.
Nartey, Mark, & Bhatia, Aditi. (2020). Mythological heroism in the discourse of Kwame Nkrumah. World Englishes 39(4): 581-593.
Nartey, Mark. & Ernanda. (2020). Formulating emancipatory discourses and reconstructing resistance: A positive discourse analysis of Sukarno’s speech at the first Afro-Asian conference. Critical Discourse Studies 17(1): 22-38.
Nartey, Mark. (2019). “We must unite now or perish!” Kwame Nkrumah’s creation of a mythic discourse? Journal of Language and Politics 18(2): 252-271.
Nartey, Mark. (2019). “I shall prosecute a ruthless war on these monsters ...” A critical metaphor analysis of discourse of resistance in the rhetoric of Kwame Nkrumah. Critical Discourse Studies 16(2): 113-130.
Nartey, Mark, & Mwinlaaru, Isaac N. (2019). Towards a decade of synergizing corpus linguistics and critical discourse analysis: A meta-analysis. Corpora 14(2): 203-235.
Nartey, Mark, & Hui, Huang. (2018). Situated identities in the discourse of insurance: A comparative critical discourse analysis of Chinese and British insurance contracts. Discourse, Language & Society 6(2): 119-132.
Nartey, Mark. (2018). Football in computer-mediated discourse: A move analysis of match previews. Linguistik Online 89(2): 37-49.
Nartey, Mark. (2018). Clausal coordination in Gã: The case of nì. Languages 3(3): 1-12.
Nartey, Mark. (2015). Representations of politicians in contemporary Ghanaian hiplife music. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 17(4): 1-7.
Ngula, Richmond S., & Nartey, Mark. (2014). Language corpora: The case for Ghanaian English. 3L: The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies 20(3): 79-92.
Nartey, Mark, & Dorgbetor, Nathaniel (2014). Towards a needs analysis of why students in a Ghanaian university fail the Academic Writing course. Journal of Educational and Social Research 4(6): 167-174.
Nartey, Mark, & Yankson, Ferguson E. (2014). A semantic investigation into the use of modal auxiliary verbs in the manifesto of a Ghanaian political party. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 4(3): 21-30.
Afful, Joseph B. A., & Nartey, Mark (2014). Cohesion in the abstracts of undergraduate dissertations: An intra-disciplinary study in a Ghanaian university. Journal of ELT and Applied Linguistics 2(1): 93-108.
Afful, Joseph B. A., & Nartey, Mark (2013). ‘Hello sweetie pie’: A sociolinguistic analysis of terms of endearment in a Ghanaian university. The International Journal of Social Sciences 17(1): 92-101.
Nartey, Mark (2013). A speech act analysis of status updates on facebook: The case of Ghanaian university students. Language in India 13(1): 114-141.
Nartey, Mark (2013). On conceptualizing documentary linguistics as an independent field of linguistic research: An effective approach to preserving endangered languages. English for Specific Purposes World 41(14): 1-19.
Nartey, Mark. (forthcoming). Deploying discourse as a two-pronged instrument: A critical linguistic analysis of John Mahama's (alternative) political rhetoric on Covid-19. In H. Henaku, & E. Agbozo & M. Nartey (Eds.) Communicative Perspectives on Covid-19 in Ghana. London & New York: Routledge.
Wong, Victor, Ma, Yuanyi, & Nartey, Mark. (2021). Analyzing and interpreting COVID-19-related texts in Chinese: A systemic functional perspective. In W. Wei (Ed.) China's Contemporary Image and Rhetoric Practice, pp. 185-210. Abingdon & New York: Routledge.
Nartey, Mark. (2020). The discourse of Nkrumaism: A corpus-informed study. In B. Yang & W. Li (Eds.) Corpus-based Approaches to Grammar, Media and Health Discourse: Systemic Functional and Other Perspectives, pp. 177-197. Singapore: Springer.
Ma, Yuanyi, Wang, Bo, & Nartey, Mark.(2021). Review of Hasan, Ruqaiya, Webster, Jonathan, & Cloran, Carmel (2019) ‘Describing language: Form and function’. Functions of Language. In press.
Shi, Xuanzhi, & Nartey, Mark. (2018). Review of Evans, Stephen (2016) ‘The English language in Hong Kong: Diachronic and synchronic perspectives’. Pragmatics and Society 9(1): 163-168.
Nartey, Mark. (2016). Review of Chiluwa, Innocent (2011) ‘Labeling and ideology in the press: A corpus-based critical discourse study of the Niger Delta crisis’. Pragmatics and Society 7(3): 503-506.