Hi everybody and greetings from Dakar! It has been a whirlwind last couple of weeks and I can’t believe that I am nearing the end of my Fulbright experience. I have very mixed emotions about leaving and I’m definitely in … Continue reading Ziguinchor et le début de la fin
Hello everyone, greetings from Dakar, and get ready for a long, exciting post! So sorry for the delay, I’ve been really busy moving, traveling, and working, so I’m only just now getting back into a normal routine. As you have … Continue reading La famille Moser au Sénégal!
Hi all and greetings from Dakar! I have settled back into a routine in the big city and have been trying to focus on my project and get a lot of work done before my family’s upcoming arrival!! Things have … Continue reading La vie en métropole et le Ramadan
Hello everyone and greetings from Dakar! I just got back into town a few days ago and am still readjusting to the sights and sounds of the big city. I cannot believe that my fieldwork experience is over and it … Continue reading Doumga Rindiao et la fin du travail sur le terrain
Hello all and greetings from Dakar! I am here for a long weekend to play some frisbee, eat some vegetarian food, and appreciate the beautiful temperate weather before heading back out to my final village. Earlier this week, I finished … Continue reading Le Fouta et la saison chaude
Hello everyone and greetings from Bakel! I have just arrived back here after three productive weeks in Gabou, my second research site. Unbelievably, my fieldwork in the region of Tambacounda is just about over. I am hoping to take care … Continue reading Gabou et cinq mois au Sénégal
Hello all and greetings from Yaféra (pictured in the photo above)! I have now been out in the department of Bakel (a Senegalese administrative division roughly equivalent to an American county) for over a month and things are going well … Continue reading La première étape du travail de terrain