Tag Archives: Dakar

Just published: a co-authored article on entangled planning in Senegal

Another part of my joint research project with Dr. Liora Bigon has come to term. Following the panel discussion on grid planning that we organized at last September’s Urban Planning in Africa conference in Lisbon, and following our action-packed week … Continue reading

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Notes from the field, January 2018 in Senegal

I have just returned from a week of field work in Senegal. While I have often done field work there, this time was different. First, I was joined by two other researchers for a team excursion. My two companions de … Continue reading

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An emotional day for me at IFAN-CAD in Dakar

I’m in Dakar this week, on the first leg of a field excursion through Senegal. Today I gave a presentation at the Institut Fondamental d’Afrique Noire-Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal’s premier research institute affiliated to Université Cheikh Anta Diop. The presentation … Continue reading

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Attending an international student fair in Dakar

Last week Al Akhawayn University sent a small delegation to Dakar to man a booth at a student fair. The delegation was headed by Mr. Smail Mojahid, Admissions & Outreach Coordinator, and, apart from me, included Ms. Macoumba Ndiaye, a … Continue reading

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