- Here are the Twitter highlights from four days of all things Ghana!
- It started on a bus taking us from Accra to green Cape Coast.
- We were housed in three different locations, on and around campus. There were mixed reviews...
- — Kajsa Hallberg Adu (@kajsaha)Wed, Jul 06 2016 12:36:27I of course made sure I had both phone and iPad "bundled up" well well, but I worry for the hashtag!! #GlobalGhana https://twitter.com/joseph_nti/status/750669210280423428 …
- On the afternoon of the 6th, the conference panel sessions kicked off.
- — Sabrina Perlman (@sabrinamperlman)Wed, Jul 06 2016 13:56:45At Ghana Studies Association conference in Cape Coast. Excited for interdisciplinary learning and networking #globalghana
- — Kajsa Hallberg Adu (@kajsaha)Wed, Jul 06 2016 14:09:06Did you know the first radio broadcast in Ghana happened on 31 July, 1935? Victoria Ellen Smith tells us about the relay 🌍🇬🇭 #GlobalGhana
- — Kajsa Hallberg Adu (@kajsaha)Wed, Jul 06 2016 14:20:38The first broadcast was initiated by the Governor and was part of commonwealth strategy to "celebrate British culture". 🌍🇬🇭 #GlobalGhana
- — Kajsa Hallberg Adu (@kajsaha)Wed, Jul 06 2016 15:01:11
- — Kajsa Hallberg Adu (@kajsaha)Wed, Jul 06 2016 16:41:18Daniel Yaw Fiaveh on what it means to have a penis in Ghana in his paper "Hegemonic Penile Discourses and Continuities..." 🌍🇬🇭 #GlobalGhana
- — Kajsa Hallberg Adu (@kajsaha)Wed, Jul 06 2016 16:41:27"Phallic competence" is important in constructing masculinity in Ghana, argues Fiaveh, but what that exactly mean in Ghana? 🌍🇬🇭 #GlobalGhana
A Ghana Studies Association Conference in Cape Coast 6-9 July, 2016.
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