Researching Islamic Education in Ghana

Wed, 27 Feb 2013 3:00 PM

3 p.m.
Transitions, Warren Hall

Dr. David Owusu-Ansah, a professor of history at JMU, discusses the research process behind his book “Islamic Learning, The State and the Challenges of Education in Ghana.” The book analyzes governmental attempts to introduce secular education through Islamic schools in a country where Muslims are a religious minority; sponsored by the Africana Studies minor program and the Office of Cross Disciplinary Studies and Planning; for information, contact Kristi McDonnell at mcdonnkc@jmu.edu; free.

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