28 Jan 2019

Workshop 5 – Ghana

The fifth workshop in Cape Coast (Ghana), 25th Feb – 8th Mar,  focuses on the topics of diversity education, cultural policy, creative entrepreneurship and conflict analysis. A public round table ‘The Role of Artists in Processes of Transformation’ will focus on perspectives of Ghanaian artists and will take place on Wednesday 27th February 2019. It is followed by an exhibition opening which presents some artistic findings of one scholarship holder. The film screening ‘Burkinabè Rising. The Art of Resistance’ completes the focus on the role of artists in societies.

In the afternoons, the PhD scholarship holders will present the current status of their dissertations and receive feedback from the experts. Additionally an academic writing workshop and boot camp will be part of the workshop.

 

TOPICS

Diversity Education

Cultural Entrepreneurship & Cultural Leadership

Arts, Cultural Policy & International Cultural Relations

Peace and Conflict Studies

Academic Writing

 

INVITED EXPERTS

Kristine Avram, Center for Conflict Studies, University of Marburg

Sabine Brendel, Coach for Higher Education

Prof. Waziri Gazali, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Maiduguri

Viola Georgi, Professor for Diversity Education, University of Hildesheim

Dr. Annika Hampel, Merian Institute for Advanced Studies Africa (MIASA), University of Freiburg

Prof. Bulama Kagu, Department of Education, University of Maiduguri

Nurten Karakas, Coordinator ZBI, University of Hildesheim

Johan Kolsteeg, Research Institute for Study of Culture, University of Groningen

Dr. Razinat Mohammed, English Department, University of Maiduguri

Patrick Tagoe-Turkson, Artist