BSc MSc (KNUST), Dr. Ing (Aachen), Dr. Ing (Braunschweig)
Professor (Post Retirement Contract)
Personal Data : Dr Ing. Henry Nii-Adziri Wellingon; Professor

Education:
• 1992 – Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Accra : Certificate in Consultancy
• 1978 – 1981 – Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany : Dr Ing. (Architecture and Development Planning)
• 1970 – 1972 – Rheinisch Westfaelische Technische Hochschule, Aachen, Germany : Dipl. Ing. (Architecture and Planning)
• 1967 -1969 – Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi : M.Sc. (Architecture)
• 1962 – 1967 – Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi : B.Sc. (Design)

Area of Specialization :

Architecture and Cultural Heritage

Courses taught currently :
• Arch 602 Analysis and Interpretation of Material Culture
• Arch 618 Practicals in Collections Management
• Arch 619 Heritage Issues Management
• Arch 621 Exhibitions Planning and Management
• Arch 406 Monument Conservation

Current research :
Danish Osu Community History and Heritage; Architecture of the European Slave Fortifications; Architecture of Chieftaincy in Ghana; Toponymns in Cultural Heritage.

Selected Publications:

• 2012 : Contribution to an Anthology on “ Fortresses, Compounds and Plantations – Danish Cultural Heritage shared with Ghana” to be published by Vandkunsten, Copenhagen, Denmark

• 2011 : A book titled : “ Stones Tell Stories at Osu – Memories of a Host Community of the Danish Trans Atlantic Slave Trade” published by Sub Saharan Publishers, Legon, Accra

• 2010 : An Online Publication dated 02 February, 2010, “ Awusai Atso : Community attachment to use of transatlantic slave trade resources in Danish-Osu, Ghana” in Journal of Heritage Tourism, 5:1, 49-67 jointly with aaron Kofi Badu Yankholmes(1), Kwaku Adutwum Boakye (2)

• 2009 : An Online Publication of the Newsletter of Ghana UNESCO, titled “ Stones at Osu are crying for attention – Happenings in the Danish Osu Cultural Heritage Study Project”.