ALS 320 Urban Ghana: Past & Present
This is a course in African urban history which contains an experiential learning or field component in which the class visits Accra, Tema, Cape Coast, Elmina and Kumasi, Ghana. Urbanization is examined as an important feature of Ghana's history since 1500 with certain changes that broadly reflect West African history. This course has a distance-learning component involving ten days of fieldwork in Ghana (20 hours). Additionally, students will spend ten weeks in the classroom at SUNY Oneonta (25 hours). Offered irregularly. (LA)
Cross-listed as WHIS 320.
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