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The Ethiopian Borderlands

Essays in Regional History from Ancient Times to the End of the 18th Century

Author: Richard Pankhurst

Publisher: The Red Sea Press


Category: History

Page: 489

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This book is an historical investigative account of the history of the expanding and often nebulous borders of Ethiopia, beginning from ancient times to 1800. It deals with areas that have for years been contentious and problematic for the adjacent peoples in the region: Land of Bahr Nagash, Ifat, Adal, Fatagar, Dawaro, Bali, Damot, Gurage, Waj, Gamo, Ganz, Kafa, etc.

The Ethiopian Revolution, 1974-1991

From a Monarchical Autocracy to a Military Oligarchy

Author: Selassie

Publisher: Routledge


Category: History

Page: 352

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The former Ethiopian ambassador to Britain provides a candid critique of Ethiopia's troubled political history.

Marxist Modern

An Ethnographic History of the Ethiopian Revolution

Author: Donald L. Donham

Publisher: Univ of California Press


Category: History

Page: 236

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"Donham's beautifully written book makes a singular contribution to the emerging literature on global modernities. Donham creatively and seamlessly weaves together an array of textual fragments that enliven and enhance his ethnographic accounts, and together produce a fascinating book and a very good read." —Charles Piot, Duke University

The Ethiopian State at the Crossroads

Decolonization and Democratization Or Disintegration?

Author: Leenco Lata

Publisher: The Red Sea Press


Category: History

Page: 270

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The Ethiopian Wolf

Author: Fred H. Harrington

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

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Discusses the physical characteristics, behavior, and eating habits of the Ethiopian wolf.

Politics and the Ethiopian Famine

1984 - 1985

Author: Jason W. Clay

Publisher: Transaction Publishers


Category: History

Page: 237

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An investigation into the conditions of resettlement after the famine.

Documenting the Ethiopian Student Movement

An Exercise in Oral History

Author: Bahru Zewde

Publisher: African Books Collective


Category: College students

Page: 162

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Analyzes the role of intellectuals and students in Ethiopian state power before and after the Italian Occupation (1936-1941).

Land Degradation and Strategies for Sustainable Development in the Ethiopian Highlands

Amhara Region


Publisher: ILRI (aka ILCA and ILRAD)


Category: Agricultural productivity

Page: 114

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Policies for Livestock Development in the Ethiopian Highlands

Author: Samuel Benin

Publisher: ILRI (aka ILCA and ILRAD)


Category: Agricultural systems

Page: 23

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In addition, although use of animal health services, and adoption of improved livestock breeds and modern management practices have increased, ownership of various types of livestock has declined.

Oromo Nationalism and the Ethiopian Discourse

The Search for Freedom and Democracy

Author: Asafa Jalata

Publisher: The Red Sea Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 301

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Implementing the Ethiopian National Policy for Women

Institutional and Regulatory Issues


Publisher: World Bank Publications


Category: Social Science

Page: 82

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The Federal Democratic Government of Ethiopia has declared its unequivocal commitment to the equitable socioeconomic development of women, with the announcement of its National Policy on Women in 1993 and the promulgation of a new constitution in 1995. However, the implementation of the policy is proving to be a formidable task. The paper highlights these challenges and discusses legal, regulatory, and institutional issues that may impede the implementation of the policy.

Economic and Nutritional Impacts of Market-oriented Dairy Production in the Ethiopian Highlands


Publisher: ILRI (aka ILCA and ILRAD)


Category: Dairy products industry

Page: 21

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The Ethiopian Revolution

War in the Horn of Africa

Author: Gebru Tareke

Publisher: Yale University Press


Category: History

Page: 464

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Revolution, civil wars, and guerilla warfare wracked Ethiopia during three turbulent decades at the end of the 20th century. Here, Tareke brings to life the leading personalities in the domestic political struggles, strategies of the warring parties international actors, and key battles.

The Ethiopian Constitution

Author: W.M. Steen

Publisher: Рипол Классик


Category: History

Page: 25

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The Ethiopian Exhibition

Author: Donald N. Stuefloten

Publisher: University of Alabama Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 105

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While World War II rages in Europe, John Twelve climbs onto a four-cylinder Indian Motorcycle and Crosses Ethiopia, searching for truth, for beauty, for mystery. At the same time, a modern American girl strolls the streets of Puerto Vallarta, where she is accosted by a film director--actually Ahmed, an Ethiopian murderer. He is making a film, he explains, about a man crossing the Ethiopian desert on a motorcycle. The girl accepts a starring role--and with this embarks on an adventure that takes her beyond the limits of ordinary reality. Her companions on this mystery tour include Sheba, the 3,000-year-old Queen of Ethiopia; Prestor John, the legendary King of Ethiopia; and the Emperor Halle Selassie, the Conquering Lion of Judah. The innocent American girl, now called Dominique, watches the amazement and alarm as the worl reveals and escoteric reality that she never knew existed. In The Ethiopian Exhibition Stuefloten continues his obsessive examination of delusion and violence begun with his first novel, Maya.

The Ethiopian Jewish Exodus

Narratives of the Journey

Author: Gadi BenEzer

Publisher: Routledge


Category: History

Page: 272

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Between 1977 and 1985, some 20,000 Ethiopian Jews left their homes in Ethiopia and - motivated by an ancient dream of returning to the land of their ancestors, 'Yerussalem' - embarked on a secret and highly traumatic exodus to Israel. Due to various political circumstances they had to leave their homes in haste, go a long way on foot through unknown country, and stay for a period of one or two years in refugee camps, until they were brought to Israel. The difficult conditions of the journey included racial tensions, attacks by bandits, night travel over mountains, incarceration, illness and death. A fifth of the group did not survive the journey. This interdisciplinary, ground-breaking book focuses on the experience of this journey, its meaning for the people who made it, and its relation to the initial encounter with Israeli society. The author argues that powerful processes occur on such journeys that affect the individual and community in life-changing ways, including their initial encounter with and adaptation to their new society. Analysing the psychosocial impact of the journey, he examines the relations between coping and meaning, trauma and culture, and discusses personal development and growth.

Introduction to the Ethiopian Orthodox

Tewahedo Faith

Author: Alemayehu Desta

Publisher: Author House


Category: Religion

Page: 92

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Faith is the means by which we understand "the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that the things which are seen were not made of things which are visible" (Heb 1:2-3)

The Ethiopian Revolution 1974-1987

A Transformation from an Aristocratic to a Totalitarian Autocracy

Author: Andargachew Tiruneh

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: History

Page: 435

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A comprehensive account of the Ethiopian revolution currently available, from its origins to 1987.

Market Institutions, Transaction Costs, and Social Capital in the Ethiopian Grain Market

Author: Eleni Zaude Gabre-Madhin

Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 93

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This report addresses the overarching question regarding the role of institutions in enhancing market development following market reforms. It uses the New Institutional Economics framework to empirically analyze the role of a specific market institution, that of brokers acting as intermediaries to match traders in the Ethiopian grain market in reducing the transaction costs of search faced by traders. Brokers play a key role in facilitating exchange in a weak marketing environment where limited public market information, the lack of grain standardization, oral contracts, and weak legal enforcement of contracts increase the risk of contract failure. Relying on primary data, it analyzes traders' microeconomic behavior, social capital, the nature and extent of their transaction costs, and the norms and rules governing the relationship between brokers and traders.The study uses an innovative approach to quantify the costs of search and demonstrates that the brokerage institution is economically efficient both for individual traders and for global economic welfare.

The Liturgy of the Ethiopian Church

Author: YaʼItyop̣yā ʼortodoks tawāḥedo béta kerestiyān

Publisher: Routledge


Category: History

Page: 252

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The main purpose of the book is to expand the scope of revisionary studies of the thirties by analyzing novels using recent innovations in critical theory. The book adds to the research of Barbara Foley, Michael Denning, Alan Wald, and others who have challenged Cold-War-era accounts of the decade's socialist and communist culture. The book explores leftist literature from the thirties as balanced between two antithetical philosophical modalities: identity and ideology. Writers create identitarian fiction, he argues, as they attempt to appeal to a mainstream audience using familiar types and patterns culled from mass culture. They engage ideology, on the other hand, when they use narrative as a means of critiquing those same types and patterns using strategies of ideological critique similar to those of their European contemporary Georg Lukács.

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