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Kwasi Ndjokunla Ketchore
Kwasi Ndjokunla Ketchore earned a DBE at Wesley College of Education in Ghana and was admitted three years later to the faculty of social sciences at Kwame Nkrumah University of Sciences and Technology to further his education in French. Before joining Kansas State University to pursue a master’s program in French literature, Kwasi was teaching French in high school in Ghana. Currently, as a PhD student in the Department of French and Francophone Studies in Penn State, Kwasi is focusing his research on, among other areas, African Francophone literatures, oral literature of Sub-Sahara Africa, the image of griots in contemporary world. Living in the US, Kwasi has developed personal interests in the African American diaspora and would like to explore how culture migrates within time and space.