Ibrahima Poudiougou

Ibrahima Poudiougou is a former PhD candidate at Leiden University/University of Turin (cotutelle). His research interest is in land related conflicts, politics of memory and cultural heritage in Mopti, Mali (Djenné and Dogon country). He has also been a research assistant in the project "DigiDogon: Digitizing Dogon heritage" at the African Studies Centre. He holds a joined Master of Science in Comparative Law, Economics and Finance from the International University College and the University of Turin (2018), a double degree Master in Cultural anthropology (Laurea Magistrale) from the University of Turin, and a Master in Social Sciences of Politics "Analyse Comparée des Sociétés Méditerranéennes" (COSM) from the Ecole de Gouvernance et d'Economie, Mohamed VI Politechnic University of Rabat, and a Master degree in Tourism, Heritage and Sustainable Development from Faculty of Human Sciences, Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakech.

Dr. I. (Ibrahima) Poudiougou
Former PhD candidate