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Reading by Dr. Mawuli Adjei

For the series Writers’ Project, this reading is held by the Ghanaian writer, poet and academic Dr. Mawuli Adjei, who reads some extracts from his novel Taboo. Adjei is also a British Chevening...
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Reading by Chuma Nwokolo

26 September 2012. On occasion of the Writers Project of Ghana, Goethe Institut hosts this reading by the Ghanaian writer Chuma Nwokolo. Nwokolo has published the African Writing magazine and writt...
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Reading by Kojo Laing

30 May 2012. This reading is part of the series Writers Project of Ghana and is held by Kojo Laing. Laing is a Ghanaian novelist and poet. Among Laing’s novels are Search Sweet Country, Women...
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Writers Project of Ghana

28 March 2012. This literature reading is part of the Writers
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Accra Reads

7-28 October 2011. This event entitled Accra Reads, promotes reading among the Ghanaian community and generating interest in this habit. This series, entitled Creating Leaders through Reading, wil...
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Accra Reads

7-8 October 2010. Goethe Institute in collaboration with different Ghanaian partners and media institutions organizes public reading sessions with local and international celebrities. This initiative...
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Development and Cultural Activities seminar at the Alliance Francaise

2-4 June 2010. This seminar includes round table discussions between Ghanaian, German and French experts on the state of development plans for public spaces around Accra and the future development of...
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Black History Month 2010.

9-23 Feb 2010. The Nkrumah Centenary Celebration Committee and the W.E.B. Du Bois Memorial Centre for Pan African Culture present a series of lectures and roundtable discussions on Black History. The...
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Peter Sebald lecture on Togo.

9 Feb 2010. Dr Peter Sebald, a specialist on German colonial history in Africa, will lecture on the history of the independence of Togo, declared on 27 April 1960, three years after the neighboring Go...
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Peter Sebald lecture on the Ghana-Togo border.

3 March 2009. Dr Peter Sebald, a specialist in German colonial history in Africa, lectures on
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Visual arts lecture by Joe Nkrumah.

28 Feb 2008. Chemist, conservation scientist and cultural anthropologist Professor Joe Nkrumah will give a lecture on the history and evolution of the visual arts in Ghana. Professor Nkrumah is the fo...
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Classical music in Ghana.

18 Sept 2007. German composer and author Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf reflects on the function of classical music in Germany and its potential for Ghana in a lecture at the Goethe-Institut. He will be accom...
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Remembering Rawlings martyrs.

29 June 2007. The Ghana Bar Association is holding a lecture on 29 June to mark the 25th anniversary of the murder of three high court judges and a retired army major under the military dictatorship o...
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Lectures at the British Council.

24-30 May 2007. The British Council has two lectures lined up for the end of May. The first is the inaugural lecture of the Professor Adu Boahen Memorial Lectures series on the issue of free speech (2...
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AIJC media lecture.

19 April 2007. The Africa Institute of Journalism and Communications (AIJC) is holding its second Bannerman memorial lecture on the theme
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Photographs of Ghana.

9 Jan 2007. Former mayor of Accra Nat Nunoo Amarteifio presents the book
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History lecture.

23 Jan 2007. German historian Dr Peter Sebald examines the events surrounding the establishment of the first European settlement in West Africa at Elmina in present-day Ghana. He draws on the work of...
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