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Laida Memba Ikuga

With a degree in Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (2003) and a master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago (2007), her area of research is the relationship between inhabited space and contemporary sociocultural practices in the city of Malabo. She has taught in the La Salle School of Architecture at the Ramon Llull University (2003-2011), has worked in several international cooperation projects, and has also taught at the Elisava School of Design, Barcelona (2007-2011). She is a member of the GAMUC research group which studies architecture and urban planning in Spain’s former colonies in Africa. Since 2010 she has been co-director of PATRIMONIO GUINEA (Guinea Heritage) 2020, which brings together strategies of research, knowledge, and diffusion of the heritage of Equatorial Guinea.

Update: 4 February 2021


Has participated in

New Perspectives on Colonial Memory