Doctoral Seminar 2019

 

The 2019 Doctoral Seminar was organised from 25 March to 27 March 2019, on the theme "Sight &
Sound in scholarship: The use of audio-visual archives and documents in research
".  Below is the schedule with the speakers and topics presented.

Mon. 25 March 2019
Chair: Prof. G.M. Bediako (Dep. Rector, ACI)
9.00-9.30am                Opening Devotion (Dr. Joshua Settles) & Welcome Address (Dep. Rector)
9.30-10.30am              Plenary Lecture 1: Keeping Memories Alive: The benefits of Audiovisual Collections to Research – Nketia Archives in Perspective – Mrs. Judith Opoku-Boateng
10.30-11.00am            Questions & Discussions
11.00-11.30am            Snack Break
11.30-12.30pm            Plenary lecture 2: “My experience of interviewing, recording and transcribing (and aftermath) for my doctoral thesis” – Dr. Angela Dwamena-Aboagye
12.30-1.00pm              Discussion and Questions

Tues. 26 March, 2019                   
Chair: Rev. Prof. B. Y. Quarshie (Rector, ACI)
9.00-9.30am                Opening Devotion (Dr. Rudolf K. Gaisie)
9.30-10.30am              Plenary Lecture 3: Adding to the Archives: Field recordings and their Afterlife – Mrs Judith Opoku-Boateng
10.30-11.00am            Questions & Discussions
11.00-11.30am            Snack Break
11.30-12.30pm            Plenary Lecture 4: Increasing importance of the use of Audio-Visual Tools in Qualitative Research – Rev. Dr. E.Y. Blasu
12.30-1.00pm              Questions & Discussions

Wed. 27 March, 2019
Chair: Rev. Dr. James Walton (Quality Assurance Officer)

9.00-9.30am                Opening Devotion (Ms. Vellah Ngaina)
9.30-10.30am              Plenary Lecture 5: “Challenges and implications of the use of Audio-Visual Methods in Research –Rev. Dr. E.Y. Blasu
10.30-11.00am            Questions & Discussions
11.00-11.10am            Closing- Rector
11.10am                      Snack