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Teaching and Training

Current Teaching & Supervision:


As Visiting Scholar in the Department of History at the University of Ghana I am responsible for the following teaching and supervision:

Level 300 teaching:

History of Ghana Up to 1800

History of Ghana in the 19th & 20th Century

Previous Teaching & Supervision:

The Black Diaspora, University of Ghana

British Cultural Studies, University of Warwick

Creative Writing, De Montfort University

Creative Writing, Loughborough University

Slavery and Empire, Loughborough University

Level 400 long essay supervision:

A Historical Analysis of Customary Marriage Among the Asere in the Ga State

The People of the Oti Region of Northern Ghana: a comparative history of the Adele and the Akyode in pre-colonial Ghana

MA supervision:

A History of Language Policy in Ghana: 1920-1971

A Cosmopolitan Inheritance: Osu in the footsteps of Europe, 1685-1730

PhD supervision:

Women's Engagement with Broadcast Culture in Ghana, 1950-1995


Teaching Accreditation:


Post Graduate Award: Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Click here to view my letter of commendation(PDF Document).

Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduate Research Students (WATEPGR)

As a result of my teaching in the Centre for Applied Linguistics (CAL) I was nominated for this award. Click here to view my nomination letter (PDF Document).


Other professional development training:


UG-Carniegie - Research Conceptualisation/Junior Faculty mentoring project

Oral History Network training
 
Research Student Skills Programme (RSSP) courses
Effective Researcher; Academic Writing Series (15 sessions) ; Neuro-Linguistic Programming; ePortfolio Training; EndNote Web; Presentation Skills; The Cognitive Domain; Conducting Research Interviews; Preparing for Viva