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Course Offerings (14 semester hours in total) taught by Professor R. DeVries
Culture and People of Ghana and West Africa (STGH 312)
A multi-disciplinary course aimed at an appreciation of the rich and diverse culture and history of the peoples of West Africa. Excursions to sites such as slave forts, the Fante homeland, and historic city of Kumase, and the Museum of Ghana are included.
(4 semester hours; old core - general electives, new core - CCE) African Politics STGH 279
taught by University of Ghana Institute of African Studies instructors
Religions of West Africa (STGH 253)
A study of the African worldview and its relationship to belief systems, rituals, and social organization. The interaction among African indigenous religions, Islam, and Christianity will also be explored.
(3 semester hours; old core - Contextual Discipline, new core - general elective only) African Literature and Drama (STGH 217)
An introduction to African oral literature and drama. Study of dramatic themes and trends will focus on those related to colonial rule and the post-independence period.