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Consortium of Researchers

The Centre aspires to build a competitive niche in the arts and performing industry as well as develop scholarships in African culture and heritage. Soon, the Centre will start a Postgraduate programme in African and Cultural Studies. Premised on this, research works of the Centre will provide insight into and propagate African Culture heritage. The research works will also disseminate scientific research findings to the general public via performing arts. Research in Performing Arts is intended to facilitate the layperson’s understanding and application of scientific results in everyday life. Finally, through research, the Centre hopes to improve traditional music and dance instruments to enhance the performing arts industry in Ghana and Africa at large. To this end, the Centre has established a Consortium of Researchers drawn from various academic disciplines in the University to help bring their expertise to bear on the academic activities run by the Centre, especially in the area of research and publications, workshops, seminars and conferences, and help push the Centre forward through mentoring, supervision of projects both at the undergraduate and graduate levels as the Centre progresses in achieving its vision and mandate as enshrined in the strategic plan.



Research Fellows/Staff

Mr. Hesper K. Adesua

Mr. Anthony A. Aidoo

Mr. Ernest F. Amparbin

Mr. James Osman Adjei

Mrs. Joann Thompson

Mr. Paul Nasaa

Mr. Harry Quansah

Mrs. Sally Lamptey