program focuses on history and African experiences, including
lectures in religion, literature, linguistics, development issues,
and women and the family. Instruction takes place at the
University of Ghana and includes time spent with government
personnel and with NGO staff active in the country.
Local travels equally provide
rich learning environments — from museum visitations to material
culture studies at craft sites, to eco-walks, to slave castle
sites. The Ghana Summer program provides a practical view of
Africa in a most objective way!
A for-credit internship
opportunity is also available through this program.
Read up on Ghana
and then talk to Dr. Owusu Ansah for more information.
Date: 13 June – 8 July 2011 (6 credits)
Internships: 11-26 July 2011 (3 credits)