prof akosua adomako ampofoI bring you warm greetings as we begin the 2014/15 academic year, and extend a special welcome to our new and visiting faculty and students.
Fulbright and Carnegie Diaspora Professors Monica Tetzlaff and Onookome, and Research Fellow Dr. Irene Appeaning-Addo will be joining us and we wish them an enjoyable stay.
As we continue with our diverse individual and institutional projects, I am particularly excited about our continuing work on the Biographies project. We also expect to move from conceptualisation to implementation of our Quality of Life project in which we are collaborating with colleagues from the School of Public Health and the former Dept. of Archival and Heritage Studies.


IAS Hosts Guests from Lehigh University
The Director of the Institute of African Studies (IAS), Professor Akosua Adomako Ampofo, has hosted faculty from the Lehigh University, Pennysylvania, USA to discuss joint research, faculty exchanges, PhD supervision and collaborative-comparative...
IAS Holds Public Lecture on “Policy Debates: Inequalities and Africa’s Structural Transformation
The Institute of African Studies, (IAS) hosted a public lecture on "Policy Debates: Inequalities and Africa's Structural Transformation."
Delivering the lecture, Prof. Jomo Kwame Sundaran, a renowned Professor in Applied Economics,...