Maud Gauquelin is an ethnologist, working in Chad, Cameroon and Nigeria. Her researches focuse on religios dynamics in Africa and their relationship to politic, economy, culture and also ecology. After a PhD at the École Pratique des Hautes Études with the Institut Of African Worlds (IMAf) in Paris, she creates a consulting firm, ethnoSource. In 2017, she published her first novel, Chemins de traverse à Yaoundé, une enquête de l’inspecteur John Kindany at the Éditions Edilivre.
Maud Gauquelin is also a member of the Sociology of Religions International Society, of the Africanist Society and of the Mega-Tchad Network.