Dr Abdourahmane Seck is an anthropologist and historian based in the Faculty of Civilizations, Religions, Arts and Communication University Gaston Berger of Saint-Louis, where he teaches at the Centre for the Study of Religions. Dr Seck is the author of several works on Islam and the south-south migration.
Formation and evlolution of identity and interests across Lebanese communities in the Diaspora in Senegal
Research Interests: Senegal; African Dance, Sabar; Race, culture, spirituality and the environment.
Research Interests: Africana bibliography.
Research Interests: Development Studies; Health, education, technology; Non-governmental organizations.
Research Interests: Senegal; Modern dance technique; Choreography; Sabar.