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Ghana Study Abroad

The Memphis Ghana Study Abroad Program introduces students to the long history and rich cultures of Ghana through an intensive, interdisciplinary study and travel abroad experience in the West African nation.

Students in the program enroll in AAAS 4351, "Ghanaian History and Cultures," a three credit course taught by Dr. Dennis Laumann, the program director.

The program consists of three weeks of lectures, discussion sessions, and guided visits to historic and cultural sites in Ghana. Guest lectures are presented by faculty from the University of Ghana at the Institute of African Studies while discussion sessions and guided visits are led by the program director.

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