Marco Aime

Researcher in Cultural Anthropology - University of Genoa

Marco Aime is currently a researcher in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Genoa. He has conducted research in Benin, Burkina Faso and Mali, as well as in the Alps. In addition to numerous scientific articles, he has published various anthropological texts on the countries he visited: Chalancho, ome, masche, sabaque. Provençal beliefs and civilization in the Grana valley (Center de Minouranço Prouvençal, Coumboscuro, 1992); The market and the hill. The Tangba (Taneka) political system of northern Benin. Past and present (Il Bookmark, 1997); The roots in the sand (EDT, 1999); Dogon diary (Bollati Boringhieri, 2000); Knowing how to move. Transhumant shepherds of Roaschia in collaboration with S. Allovio and P.P.