Call For Papers Ghana Studies Special Issue Ghana’s Long 1970s: Reconsidering the Lost Decade (1966–1981)

There has been a surge of scholarly interest in the Ghana of the 1950s and 1960s, under its charismatic independence era leader Kwame Nkrumah. These works tell a new story of that era, focusing on the possibilities of independence by looking anew at Pan-Africanism, socialism, new histories of the Cold War and Black internationalism (Alhman 2017; Getachew 2019; Iandolo 2022; Osei-Opare 2023).

H-Teach program on used of ChatGPT in the classroom on Monday, March 20 at 3pm EST.

Amy Carney from H-Teach posted this note today about an upcoming network program I thought you might be interested in:

After a successful first program on teaching with primary sources in a history classroom, our second program will be on ChatGPT on Monday, March 20 at 3pm EST.

Creative writing and digital humanities scholar Nika Mavrody and history doctoral candidate Shu Wan will provide some basic information about ChatGPT followed by an informal conversation about the possible uses and misuses of this new technology in the classroom.

Applied African Linguistics - webinar by Salikoko Mufwene on Language Policy, Economic and (Socio-)Linguistic Considerations

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February 27, 2023


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