This year's lecture, the 16th in the series, will be delivered by Prof. Esther Acolatse, a Professor at the Knox College, University of Toronto, Canada. The lecture will be on the topic “African Aesthetics and Identity: A Path to Nation Building".
It will be premiered on this page and on our YouTube and Facebook pages on Wednesday 3rd November 2021 at 5:30pm GMT.
2nd, 2007: Prof. J.H. Kwabena Nketia. Referential Modes of Meaning as Strategies of Communication in Oral Tradition.
5th, 2010: Rev. Canon Prof. Emeritus J. S. Pobee, Anglican Diocese of Accra. Identity, religion and Nation.
8th, 2013: Prof. (Mrs.) Akosua Adoma Perbi, University of Ghana, Legon. The Christian response to indigenous slavery in Ghana: a historical perspective gleaned from the records of Asante, Opoku and Reindorf.
9th, 2014: Very Rev. Prof. J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, Trinity Theological Seminary. ‘Not so Among You': Christian Heritage and Ecclesial Leadership in Contemporary Africa.
15th, 2020: Prof. Eric N. B. Anum (Professor of New Testament Studies, University of Cape Coast). "Reception History of the Bible among the Indigenous People of Africa".