The Institute for Global Initiatives has established a a Visiting Scholar Program giving Visiting Scholars the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues, conduct research, and teach with new perspectives on global issues at Kennesaw State University. NOTE: Click on name to expand profile.
Dr Eric Anum
Dr. Anum received his BA degree at the University of Ghana and his Masters and PhD degrees in Religious Studies at the University of Glasgow Scotland, UK. He is an Associate Professor in Religious Studies at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana and most recently served as Chair of the Department of Religion and Human Values, at the University of Cape Coast until he left on Sabbatical in August 2012. Among other subjects, he teaches and researches into Heritage Tourism, Biblical Hermeneutics, New Religious Movements and Intercultural Studies at the University of Cape Coast.
He is currently on one year Sabbatical leave and is spending the first part of his Sabbatical at Kennesaw State University this fall semester 2012. He is attached to the Department of History and Philosophy and is currently co- teaching The History of Ghana special course for the Year of Ghana program along with Dr. Daniel Paracka.