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.
Research Interests: Management of rural services in Africa; Veterinary services; Human health care.
Research Interests: Education.
Research Interests: Effects of the large scale control of the blackfly vectors of river blindness (WHO project).
Research Interests: Food, famine, political economy, gender & society, contract farming, local irrigation systems; Household dynamics & the effect of gender relations on technological change
Research Interests: History of Science, Traditional Pharmacology
Research Interests: Fertility; Nuptiality; Education; Social organization; Qualitative methods.
Research Interests: Phonology; Tonal Geometry; Bantu Languages; Comparative Bantu On-Line Dictionary (CBOLD)