Professor at the University of Toronto, Canada, and Carnegie Diaspora Fellow at the Institute of African Studies (IAS), Professor Dickson Eyoh, has argued the need for Africans to confront the challenges of their time in light of their circumstances by borrowing ideas and institutions from the “global commons”.
Professor Eyoh was delivering a valedictory lecture on the topic, “Whose Problems, Whose dreams?:Development, Social Sciences and Africa”,
The Institute of African Studies (IAS), University of Ghana, Legon has begun discussions with Sapienza University of Rome for a possible collaboration between the two institutions, via their respective Universities. Professor Pino Schirripa, Professor of Medical Anthropology, and Head of the Department of History, Cultures and Religions, Sapienza University, and Professor Albert Awedoba, Professor of
The Secretary of International Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS), Dr. Paulus van der Velde, has paid a courtesy call on the new Acting Director of the Institute of African Studies (IAS), Professor Francis Dodoo.
The visit was to apprise Professor Dodoo about preparations towards the inaugural and first biennial international conference of the Association for Asian Studies in Africa (A-ASIA),