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"Is Religion Compatible with Women's Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Contemporary Ghana?"

February 25, Sutherland Room 202 6:00 pm

A Panel Discussion with:

Professor Jean Allman, Director of the Center for the Humanities at Washington University, St. Louis, and a pioneering feminist historian of Ghana and West Africa
Kuukuwa Andam, Ghanaian lawyer, PhD candidate at Queen’s Faculty of Law, and an activist on the many issues around women’s rights and sexuality in Ghana.
Dr. Sylvia Bawa, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology, York University, whose research examines struggles for women's rights, Christianity and women's liberation in Ghana from a postcolonial African feminist perspective.
Daniel Asante Boamah, PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at Queen’s working on Ghanaian indigenous religious beliefs and practices

Thursday, February 25, 2016   6:00 pm

Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 202

Everyone welcome!

Sponsored by the Queen’s Department of History, Department of Geography and Planning, Global Development Studies, Religious Studies, Cultural Studies, the Principal’s Development Fund, the Equity and Human Rights Offices, and SNID