Germany

Department of History

 

Prof. Dr. Bea Lundt

Prof. Dr. Bea Lundt studied Sociology and German Language and Literature at the University of Colone. She traveled to Ghana (and Togo, Benin, Nigeria) in 1972 as member of the ASA-Programme. In 1973 she prepared another ASA-Students Group which traveled to Nigeria.

1st and 2nd examination for the teaching at secondary high schools. About 10 years practical experiances at secondary high schools.

Second studies in History and German as a foreign Language at the Ruhr-University of Bochum. Secondment as University lecturer at the University of Bochum. PhD in medieval History in 1989 (funded by VW-Foundation).

Habilitation (funded by Lise-Meitner-Foundation) in 1998 at the University of Basel. Venia Legendi for medieval and modern History.

Professor at the Europe-University of Flensburg (1998-2015).

2009 she initiated a fact-finding-mission to Ghana (DAAD) for building up research cooperations with West African Universities. She prepares teacher Students of the Europe-University of Flensburg for their internships in Ghanaian Schools since 2010. Guest Professorships in Ghana in 2011 and 2012 (six weeks each, funded by DAAD). She organizes conferences in cooperation with scholars from West Africa every year: 2011 (Winneba/ Ghana), 2012 (Goethe-Institute Accra/ Ghana), 2013 (Flensburg/ Germany), 2015 (Flensburg/ Germany). For further information have a look at „conferences„.

Furthermore she organizes „research projects“ in cooperation with scholars from West Africa as well as „publications„.

 

Nina Paarmann
(Master-Student, Europe-University of Flensburg)

Nina Paarmann graduated from Senior Secondary School (A-Level) in 2007. Bachelor Studies in History and German Language and Literature at the Europe-University of Flensburg (2010-2014). First Graduation at University in 2014. Master Student at the Europe-University of Flensburg since 2014.

First journey to Ghana in 2011 for an internship in Ghanaian High Schools (six weeks, funded by DAAD/ PROMOS). Second stay in Ghana and Togo in 2012 for research aktivities considering the Bachelor-Thesis (eight weeks, funded by DAAD/ PROMOS).

Since 2013 Student Assistant for Prof. Dr. Bea Lundt, Department of History, Europe-University of Flensburg and Prof. Dr. Yaw Ofosu-Kusi (2013-2014), Guest Professor at the Europe-University of Flensburg (DAAD, 2013-2014).

Visit of the University of Buea (Cameroon) in August 2015 and journey to Ghana, Togo and Benin in September 2015 (seven weeks, finded by DAAD/ PROMOS) for research activities considering the Master Thesis.

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Nina Paarmann im Tempel der heiligen Pythons in Quidah/ Benin 2015 I Foto : Bea Lundt

 

Institute of Special Education

 

Ilona Westphal, M.Edc.

Ilona Westphal visited Ghana the first time in 2011 as a Student for an internship in Ghanaian Schools in the Volta Region for six weeks. She returned to Ghana in 2012 for research activities considering her Master Thesis in cooperation with the University of Education Winneba for about four months.

She is currently working as teaching assistant at the Institute of Special Education – Department of Education in Cases of Learning Difficulties since 2013. Besides that she prepared a group of Students who did their internship for six weeks at the Rev. Father John Inclusive Unit in Winneba in 2015. Furthermore one Student was allowed to study for one term abroad at the University of Education Winneba at the Department of Special Education.

 

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Ilona Westphal, M.A. in Ghana 2012

 

 

 

 

 

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