Epifania Akosua Amoo-Adare is an independent scholar and development professional, with post-disciplinary writing interests in diverse topics such as creative writing, critical pedagogy, decolonial thinking, epistemology, feminism(s), spirituality, spatial theories, and urbanization.
She has a Ph.D. in Education from UCLA and is also a RIBA part II qualified architect, with 25+ years of experience working within the fields of education, international development and social housing, in countries like Afghanistan, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Qatar, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Out of her extensive interests, she has published a book, Spatial Literacy: Contemporary Asante Women’s Place-making, as well as several book chapters and articles in academic press. She has also published a few poems and opinion pieces, which she uses to reflect her experiences of traveling around the world. She aspires to publish much more of her fictional writing, including through her literary website – A. B. Godfreed Prosetry & Picks.
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UCLA, Ph.D. Education
London Southbank University, Pg Dip. Architecture