List of Inaugural Lectures in the Arts

Our Inaugural Lectures in the Arts

Year Topic Presenter
2005 Scholarly Authority and the Quest for A New World Academic Order Prof. Kwesi Yankah
2005 The Ethnic Factor in National Development: Uses and Abuses Prof. D.K. Agyeman
2005 Chemistry – The Neglected Element in the Industrialisation Equation Prof. V.P.Y. Gadzekpo
2006 Religion and National Identity: Assessing the Discussion from Cicero to Danquah Prof. Kwame Bediako
2006 Private Investment and Law in a Developing Economy: Some Reflections Prof. S. K. Date-Bah
2006 The Role of the Judiciary in the Establishment of Democracy in Ghana Dr. S. Y. Bimpong-Buta
2006 Theology and Culture: An African Perspective Dr. P. K. Sarpong
2006 Implementing the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD): Challenges and the Path to Progress Prof. S. K. B. Asante
2007 Improving Human Livelihood: A Development Challenge of the 21st Century Prof. K. Asenso-Okyere
2008 Libraries and National Development: Implications for Ghana Prof. A. A. Alemna
2008 Where There is No Silence: Articulations of Resistance to Enslavement Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang
2008 Challenges of Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Some Reflections Dr. Eugenia Date-Bah
2008 Ghana’s Juvenile Justice System on Probation: Making Progress with Painful Steps and Slow Prof. Henrietta J. A. N. Mensa-Bonsu
2008 Race Political identity and Citizenship in Ghana: The Example of the Lebanese Prof. E. K. Akyeampong
2008 An 11th Region of Ghana? Ghanaians Abroad Prof. Takyiwaa Manuh
2008 Some Thoughts on Ministerial Reshuffles in Ghana Prof. J.R.A. Ayee
2008 African Boundaries and Regional integration: Ghana OAU and ECOWAS Prof. R. B. Bening(yet to be published)
2009 The Public Law of Ghana – A Tale of Two Legal Systems Prof. A.K. Fiadjoe(yet to be published)
2010 From Everyday Risks to Disaster Risks: Confronting ‘Brown’ and ‘Green’ Issues in Ghana’s Human Settlements J. Songsore (In Press)
2011 Culture and the Health of the Nation K. Anyidoho(yet to be published)
2011 The Political Economy of Poverty Equity and Growth K. Ewusi (yet to be published)