University of Tulsa: Accra - Responding to Interpersonal, Intercultural and Historical Violence in Ghana

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  • Location(s): Accra, Ghana
  • Program Type(s): Study Abroad

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Our substantive learning objectives are:- To understand the concepts of interpersonal, intercultural, and historical violence and trauma.- To understand in comparative context the different levels and types of violence in both the US and Ghana.- T... read more

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Our substantive learning objectives are:

- To understand the concepts of interpersonal, intercultural, and historical violence and trauma.
- To understand in comparative context the different levels and types of violence in both the US and Ghana.
- To understand how cultural constructions and understandings of gender are related to experiences of violence.
- To learn about the history of interpersonal, intercultural, and historical violence in Ghana
- To learn about the slave trade and the Diaspora;
- To learn how Ghana has been striving to respond to the aftermath of all forms of traumatic events

Additionally, our goal will be:

- To deepen our appreciation of Ghana, Ghanaians, and our shared heritage.

For more information, contact:

Joanne L. Davis, Ph.D., Associate Professor                        
Lorton Hall 308G;  918-631-2875                                                    
joanne-davis@utulsa.edu

Kelsey Hancock
Lorton Hall 206; 405-923-0581
kelsey-hancock@utulsa.edu

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Maymester
Minimum GPA:
2.75
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