Eric O. Ayisi

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Eric O. Ayisi, Associate Professor of Anthropology at William & Mary from 1980-1996. Professor Ayisi served as Assistant to the Provost for Off-Campus Program Development from 1986-1996. He died on June 14, 2010.

Born in Mampong, Ghana, Professor Ayisi earned his Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. He was a Research Fellow at the Institute of African Studies at the University of Ghana and a Fulbright Professor. Prior to joining the faculty at William & Mary, Professor Ayisi taught at Hampton Institute, Dillard University, Northwestern University, Hamlin University, Fisk University, Vanderbilt University, Ramapo College and Bloomfield College. [Halleran, Michael R. "Announcement." Message to Faculty and Staff of the College of William and Mary. 14 July 2010. E-mail]

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