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This 9 credit course centers on West African music, dance, litereature, language, history, culture, and society, including social science, humanities, and performing arts components. The program will run  July 2 to August 12 2007, including five weeks at the University of Ghana, plus a final week in a Ghanaian village for immersive learning.
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This 9 credit course centers on West African Music, Dance, Language, and Culture, including social science, humanities, and performing arts components. The program will run  July 2 to August 12 2007, including five weeks at the University of Ghana, plus a final week in a Ghanaian village for immersive learning.
  
 
Click to download a descriptive [http://folkways.tapor.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Ghana_summer_07.ppt  powerpoint presentation] and accompanying [http://folkways.tapor.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Afrika%20dukplo%20lawo.mp3 audio file] (place both in the same directory).
 
Click to download a descriptive [http://folkways.tapor.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Ghana_summer_07.ppt  powerpoint presentation] and accompanying [http://folkways.tapor.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Afrika%20dukplo%20lawo.mp3 audio file] (place both in the same directory).

Revision as of 15:22, 18 December 2006

This 9 credit course centers on West African Music, Dance, Language, and Culture, including social science, humanities, and performing arts components. The program will run July 2 to August 12 2007, including five weeks at the University of Ghana, plus a final week in a Ghanaian village for immersive learning.

Click to download a descriptive powerpoint presentation and accompanying audio file (place both in the same directory).

Please contact Michael Frishkopf for more information


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