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20th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies (ICES20)
Mekelle University, Ethiopia

"Regional and Global Ethiopia - Interconnections and Identities"
1-5 October, 2018

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05 History of the States and Peoples of the Region (Political and Cultural)

0501 A View from Afar

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0501-01WITNESS TO TRANSFORMATION: A BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF DEVELOPMENT ON THE AFAR MARGINS.Angela RAVEN-ROBERTS, International Gender Studies Center Oxford University
0501-02DANÂKIL – ZAYLA‘I AND HARLA : CONFLICTS AND POPULATION MOVEMENTS ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT THE OLD AFAR SETTLEMENTFlorian FONTRIER, CERHIO - Lorient (UBS)
0501-04CHALLENGING “HISTORY-WRITING” AND TERMINOLOGIES USED IN RESEARCH ABOUT THE ‘AFAR PEOPLE IN NORTH-EAST AFRICAMOHAMMED Idriss Moussa, Head of Afar-Af Department Semera University; M.A. Ethiopian Linguistic and Philology Addis Ababa University
0501-06EXPLORING THE ROLE OF GENDERED SOCIAL NORMS IN SHAPING ADOLESCENT EXPERIENCES IN AFARWORKNEH Yadate, GAGE Research and Research Uptake Impact Coordinator, Ethiopia
Nicola JONES, GAGE Director and ODI Principal Research Fellow
YITAGESU Gebeyehu, Asayita College of Teacher Education and Training
TASSEW Woldehanna, Addis Ababa University
0501-07QASAHYAAH MARA VS QADOHYAAH MARA DUALITY IN AFAR: EVIDENCE FROM LOWLAND PERIPHERAL AREAANNILEY E. Tessema, Debre Birhan University
0501-08THE MODAITO AFAR IN ETHIOPIA: ALLIANCE FORMATION, SOCIO-POLITICAL STRUCTURE AND AUSSA SULTANATESANNILEY E. Tessema, Debre Birhan University
0501-09INTRODUCTION TO THE QAFAR ORAL LITERATURESALEH Mohamed Hassan Laqdé, Language Institute of Djibouti - CERD

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0502 Borders and frontiers in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa after 1941

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0502-01BOUNDARY AND BORDERLAND ISSUES BETWEEN ETHIOPIA AND SUDAN, 1950S-1974 ALEMAYEHU Erkihun, History
0502-02DYNAMICS IN INTERPLAYS OF DIVERGENT INTERESTS ALONG THE ETHIO-SOMALIA BORDER IN BALE 1960S-1970SKEFYALEW Tessema Semu, Lecture of History, at Madda Walabu University and PhD Candidate in History at Addis Ababa University
0502-03THE ‘SOMALI THREAT’ AND THE ETHIOPIAN ORIENTAL BORDER: FROM OGADEN WAR TO AL-SHABBAB TERROR (1977-2017)Pablo Arconada LEDESMA, Universidad de Valladolid
0502-04CENTER-PERIPHERY RELATIONS, LOCAL GOVERNANCE AND CONFLICTS IN ETHIOPIA: THE EXPERIENCE OF METEKEL PROVINCE TEMESGEN Baye, Bahir Dar University
0502-05CONCEPTIONS OF BOUNDARIES AND CITIZENSHIP IN THE STATE-MAKING OF ERITREATanja R. MÜLLER, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester, UK
0502-06THE HORN OF AFRICA ON THE EVE OF INDEPENDENCE: ETHIOPIAN INVOLVEMENT IN SOMALI FEDERALIST PLANSAntonio M. MORONE, Pavia University
0502-10RURAL ROADS AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF NATIONAL IDENTITY IN SOUTHEASTERN ETHIOPIA, 1974-1991Caitlin COLLIS, University of Pennsylvania, USA
0502-14THE BORDER REGION OF SEN'AFE AND TSERONA: THE PEOPLE WITHOUT BORDER BIYAN Ghebreyesus Okubaghergis, University of Cagliari
0502-16THE PEOPLE OF WEJJERAT AND THEIR GAZ (ZEMECHA) AGAINST THE AFAR (1914-1943)GIRMAY Halefom Adhana, Axum University, Ethiopia
0502-17ETHNICITY IN THE SHADOWS OF THE NATION-STATE: A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF ANUAK – NUER ETHNICITY IN THE WESTERN BORDERLANDSTEWODROS Hailemariam, Dilla University, Department of History and Heritage Management
0502-18STATE SEPARATION AND BORDER CONFLICTS IN POST-COLONIAL AFRICA: THE CASE OF ERITREA AND ETHIOPIANETSEREAB Ghebremichael Andom, CEDEJ-Khartoum

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0503 Entangled Histories and Traditions: Ethiopia and the World

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0503-02ETHIOPIA AND NON-WESTERN TRANSFERS OF MATERIAL CULTURE IN THE 19TH-CENTURY Dominique HARRE, Independent Researcher, CFEE
0503-03EPISTOLOGRAPHIA AETHIOPICA: ETHIOPIAN LETTERS OF THE 19TH CENTURY IN THE ST CHRISCHONA COLLECTIONSWolbert SMIDT, Erfurt University, Research Centre Gotha / affiliated PhD Programme "History and Cultural Studies", Mekelle University
0503-05MONOXOITO OR COLONIA CATTOLICA RELIGION, POLITICS AND ETHNICITY IN THE FORMATION OF A CATHOLIC COMMUNITY IN AN ITALIAN COLONIAL BORDERLAND, 1897-1917UOLDELUL Chelati Dirar, University of Macerata (Italy)
0503-06ACTA AETHIOPICA, VOLUME IVSamuel RUBENSON, Lund Univrsity
0503-08THE CRUSADER: ETHIOPIA, CRIMEA AND JERUSALEM IN THE THOUGHT AND POLITICS OF ATSÉ TÉWODROS IIAdam KNOBLER, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
0503-10CURIOUS AND UNKNOWN FACTS OF NIKOLAY ASHINOV’S MISSION IN ETHIOPIAEkaterina GUSAROVA, Institute of Oriental Manuscripts Russian Academy of Sciences

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0504 Ethiopian Vis-a-vis Oromo and Islamicate Studies: Change Trajectories

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0504-01AHMED UNIFIER OR INVADER: THE ROLE OF AHMED IBN IBRAHIM IN THE UNIFICATION OF ETHIOPIA MOHAMMED Jemal Ahmed, Izmir Katip Celebi University, Izmir Turkey
0504-02IN BETWEEN THE DOMINANTS AND THE SUBALTERNS: WOLLO PROVINCE IN ETHIOPIA MISGANAW Tadesse, PhD Candidate, University of the Western Cape, Department of History, Cape Town, South Africa
0504-04DEBATE ON OROMO POLITICS AND NATIONALISM IN ETHIOPIA: MYTH AND REALITYSHIMELLIS Hailu, Wollo University
0504-05HARARI OROMO ALLIANCE IN PRESERVING HARARABDULMALIK A. Ahmed, Dire Dawa University/Lucy University College

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0505 Ethnic Identities of Amhara Region

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0505-01A HISTORY OF AWI PEOPLE (GOJJAM AGAWS) FROM ANCIENT TO 1974AYENEW Fenta, PhD Candidate at AAU
0505-02CONTESTING THE PAST AND NEGOTIATING THE FUTURE: ETHNICITY, ETHNIC RELATIONS AND IDENTITY TRANSFORMATION OF THE QEMANTDAWIT Yosef, University of Gondar
0505-03THE IDEA OF AMHARA IDENTITYTEZERA Tazebew, University of Gondar
0505-04TABOT CHRISTIANITY: ETHNICITY, REGIONALISM AND ORTHODOX DENOMINATIONALISMCressida MARCUS, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology
0505-05ETHNIC INTERACTION AND INTEGRATION IN METEKEL, NORTHWEST ETHIOPIA, 1898—1991 AYENEW Fenta, PhD Candidate at AAU
0505-06AMHARA REGION POPULATION CHANGE: IMPLICATION TO DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND AMARE Sewnet Minale, Bahir Dar University

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0507 New Evidence on Slavery and the Slave Trade in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa

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0507-01PROVERBS AS A MEDIATING FORM IN THE STUDY OF SLAVERY Hagar SALAMON, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
0507-02EXPERIENCES OF SLAVERY FROM THE SUBALTERN PERSPECTIVE OF THE MAO OF WESTERN ETHIOPIA – PAST MEMORIES AND CONTEMPORARY PERCEPTIONSSophie KÜSPERT-RAKOTONDRAINY, NMS Ethiopia
0507-03REMAPPING NORTHEAST AFRICAN DIASPORAS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND THE INDIAN OCEAN WORLDJonathan MIRAN, Western Washington University, USA
0507-06PUNISHING SLAVERY: ENFORCING ABOLITION IN INTERWAR PERIOD ETHIOPIA Lacy N. FEIGH, University of Pennsylvania, USA
0507-07SOURCES, PATTERNS AND THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY AND SLAVE TRADE IN ETHIOPIAGiulia BONACCI, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)
Alexander MECKELBURG, Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA)
0507-08FROM SLAVE TRADING TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND 'MODERN SLAVERY' IN ETHIOPIARoy LOVE, University of York, Britain
0507-09THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF THE GUMUZ PEOPLE SINCE 1941YAREGAL Desalegn, University of Gondar,Ethiopia
0507-10THE ABOLITION OF CORVEE LABOUR IN ETHIOPIABAHRU Zewde, Addis Ababa University
0507-11FROM THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY TO THE INTEGRATION AND EMPOWERMENT OF FORMER SLAVES AND THEIR DESCENDANTS IN TƎGRAY, NORTHERN ETHIOPIAFESSEHA Berhe Gebregergis, Mekelle University, Ethiopia / EHESS Paris, France / Research Centre Gotha of Erfurt University, Germany / Ethiomap project, Research Centre Gotha, Erfurt University, Germany

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0508 New Perspectives on the Relation Between Ottoman-Turkey and the Ethiopian Region

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0508-01MODERNIZATION FROM ABOVE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TEWODROS II AND SELIM III MODERNIZATION REFORMSSEID Ahmed Mohammed, History
Nedim YALANSIZ, Associate Professor in History
0508-02THE GROWING ETHIOPIA-TURKEY RELATION, CHALLENGES A HEAD KAMIL Abdu, Wollo University
0508-03OTTOMAN EMPIRE AS AN EXTERNAL ACTOR AND ITS EFFECT ON POLITICS IN ETHIOPIA FROM EMPEROR TEWODROS TO EMPEROR HAILE SELASSIEFatma YILDIZ, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

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0509 Polish Ethiopian Studies in a Global Context

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0509-01COLLECTIO ÆTHIOPICA OF THE LIBRARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AFRICAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURESZuzanna AUGUSTYNIAK, Department of African Languages and Cultures, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland
0509-02 WIESŁAWA BOLIMOWSKA'S PHOTOGRAPHS AS A COLLECTION OF HISTORICAL SOURCES FOR THE DERG PERIODHanna RUBINKOWSKA-ANIOŁ, University of Warsaw
0509-03ARCHIVAL RECORDINGS OF ETHIOPIAN ORATURE PRESERVED ON TAPES BY STEFAN STRELCYN Ewa WOŁK-SORE, Warsaw University, Poland
0509-05RYSZARD KAPUŚCIŃSKI'S "THE EMPEROR"Beata NOWACKA, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
0509-07ETHIOPIA SEEN FROM WARSAW IN THE 19TH AND 20TH CENT.Adam ŁUKASZEWICZ, University of Warsaw, Poland

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0510 The Medieval Ethiopian Dynamics (12th-17th c): State, People, Space and Knowledge in Movement

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0510-01TERRITORIAL EXPANSION AND RESISTANCE IN THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD: THE CONFRONTATION BETWEEN KING AMDE TSION AND THE WARJIH MUSLIM COMMUNITY IN THE KINGDOM OF SHAWAALEMSEGED Debele, Arsi University
0510-02AN ANALYSIS OF ORAL HISTORIOGRAPHIES ON A DOWNFALL OF ISLAMIC TRADERS IN THE MEDIEVAL NORTH-EASTERN ETHIOPIAChikage OBA-SMIDT, Arsi University, Sociology Department
0510-03THE SƎR’ĀTA GWU’EZO: AN ORDER OF THE MOVING KATAMĀ IN ETHIOPIA (13TH -16TH)DERESSE Ayenachew, Debre Berhan University - IEA France
0510-05HAGIOGRAPHIC TRADITION AS A SOURCE FOR RECONSTRUCTING MAJOR EVENTS OF LALIBÄLA’S BIOGRAPHYSerge A. FRANTSOUZOFF, Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg, Russia
0510-06CHURCH, STATE AND SOCIETY IN MEDIEVAL ETHIOPIA DURING SAYFA AR’AD’S REIGN (1344-1372) Mauricio LAPCHIK MINSKI, Graduate Student, Department of Comparative Religion, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Isreal
0510-08HISTORY AND ARCHEOLOGY OF LALIBELA ON THE LONG TIME: A SITE IN CONSTANT EVOLUTIONMarie-Laure DERAT, CNRS
Claire BOSC-TIESSÉ, INHA
0510-09CULTURAL POLICIES OF ETHIOPIAN MONARCHS KING EZANA, EMPEROR LALIBELA, EMPEROR AMDA SEYON, EMPEROR ZERA YACOBGalina A. BALASHOVA, The Institute for African Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
0510-10DATING THE ZAGWE PERIOD: ANOTHER LOOKTEKESTE Kashu Negash, Emeritus professor, Uppsala University and Dalarna University
0510-11BRINGING MOVEMENT? OUTSIDERS FROM ISLAMIC LANDS IN MEDIEVAL ETHIOPIAJulien LOISEAU, Aix-Marseille University, ERC project HORNEAST
0510-12‘BECOMING MUSLIM’. ISLAMIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION IN EASTERN ETHIOPIATimothy INSOLL, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter, UK
0510-13RESULTS OF THE HARLAA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY, ETHIOPIANadia KHALAF, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter

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0511 Trade, Routes and Travel: Ethiopia in the Pre-Modern World

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0511-03CLERIC, SCHOLAR, AND NEARLY A MISSIONARY: TESFA SEYON IN EARLY MODERN ROME. Matteo SALVADORE, American University of Sharjah
0511-04ON THE QUESTION OF PRE-19TH CENTURY MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE IN ETHIOPIA: THE INDIAN OCEAN CONNECTIONFACIL Tesfaye, The University of Hong Kong
0511-05EARLY SOLOMONIC COURTLY PATRONAGE PRACTICES AND CONTACTS WITH THE WIDER CHRISTIAN WORLD IN PRE-JIHADIC ETHIOPIAVerena KREBS, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
0511-07ETHIOPIA IN THE ACCOUNTS OF ARABIC HISTORIOGRAPHERS NURADDIN Aman, Addis Ababa University, Institute of Ethiopian Studies

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0513 Rethinking Ethiopian Studies

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0513-01NEGLECTED ÆTHIOPIAN HISTORY: ‘THE LIFE & MARTYRDOM OF ST. MATTHEW AMONG THE ÆTHIOPIANS’ REJECTED AND IGNORED BY ETHIOPIANIST PAST AND PRESENTRev. Deacon GABRA 'AGZI'AABHIR Jr, Æthiopian Historical Society (Æthiop Soc) - Director of Research & Development
0513-02A BRIEF COMMENTARY ON HISTORIOGRAPHY OF HISTORY TEXTBOOK FOR GRADE 9: INTER-STATE CONFLICTS OF THE 16TH CENTURY ON THE HORN AFRICA AND ETHIOPIAN REGION (PP. 98- 105).SAMUEL Zinabu, Historian
0513-03ANALYSIS AND CRITICISM OF ALEQA WOLDE MARIAM'S CHRONICLE OF TEWODROS II (R. 1855-1868)DESSALEGN Bizuneh, Lecturer, Department of History and Heritage Management, University of Gondar
0513-04ETHIOPIAN STUDIES; A FORM OF COLONIAL INTELLECTUAL PROTECTORATE AGREEMENT?KINDENEH Endeg Mihretie, Addis Ababa University/ Institute of Ethiopian Studies
0513-05GENESIS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE ETHIOPIC SCRIPTRainer VOIGT, Freie Universität Berlin
0513-06ETHIOPIA AS METHOD: TOWARDS DECOLONISING ETHIOPIAN STUDIES IN EDUCATIONYIRGA Gelaw Woldeyes, Curtin University
0513-07UNDERSTANDING THE CONTEST OVER HISTORY AND MEMORY IN ETHIOPIATEWODROS Hailemariam, Dilla University, Department of History and Heritage Management
0513-09FOR PERIODIZATION IN ETHIOPIAN STUDIES: AVOIDING AN ETHNOCENTRIC VIEW OF THE CHRONOLOGYSerge DEWEL, INALCO Paris
0513-10AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF ETHNICITY AND ITS RELEVANCE TO ETHIOPIAALEMU Asfaw Nigusie, Department of Political Science and International Studies, Bahir Dar University
0513-12MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES IN ETHIOPIAN HISTORY: THE EMERGENT MULTI-ETHNIC ETHIOPIAN HISTORY AT A BROADER CONTEXT IN FOCUSGINBAR Negera, Adama Science and Technology Universty
0513-13INTERPRETING ETHIOPIA AS A RELATIONAL AND POROUS CULTURAL SPACE: DONALD LEVINE’S GREATER ETHIOPIA RECONSIDERED THEODROS Assefa Teklu, Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology
0513-14KANT ON ETHIOPIA: RETHINKING RACISM IN WESTERN PHILOSOPHY AS A MEANS OF (RE-) CONCEPTUALIZING ITS DISCOURSES WITHIN ETHIOPIAN PHILOSOPHY TSEHAYE Hailemariam, Founder of Virtual Dance Museum

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0514 "Cartography and Itineraries": Territorial Knowledge and Spatial Networks of Ethiopia and Its Neighbors in Historical Maps and Itineraries

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0514-01ROUTES BETWEEN ZEILA AND HARAR IN THE 1880 Hugues FONTAINE, Freelance
0514-02THE MAPS OF ALEXANDRE MEUNIER (1908-1909) DJIBOUTI, HARRAR, ADDIS ABABA. A MAP-READING EXERCISEAxel BAUDOUIN, NTNU (Norway)
0514-03CARTOGRAPHIC HISTORIOGRAPHY AND GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE OF MEDIEVAL BALE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ITS REPRESENTATIONS IN OLD AND RECENT MAPS OF ETHIOPIAKEFYALEW Tessema Semu, Lecturer, Madda Walabu University & PhD Candidate in History at Addis Ababa University
0514-04RECOVERY AND USE OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF ETHIOPIA IN 1935-1941Jan NYSSEN, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
ETEFA Guyassa, Department of Land Resource Management and Environmental Protection, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
TESFAALEM Ghebreyohannes, Mekelle University, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Mekelle, Ethiopia
Martijn DEBEVER, Ghent University, Department of Geography, Ghent, Belgium
SULTAN Mohamed, Ethiopian Mapping Agency, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
GEZAHEGN Gebremeskel, Ethiopian Mapping Agency, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Jan KROPÁČEK, Department of Applied Geoinformatics and Spatial Planning, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague, Czechia
Peter SCULL, Department of Geography, Colgate University, USA
Gordon PETRIE, University of Glasgow, School of Geographical & Earth Sciences, Glasgow, U.K.
MITIKU Haile, Mekelle University, Department of Land Resources Management and Environmental Protection, Mekelle, Ethiopia
Amaury FRANKL, Ghent University, Department of Geography, Ghent, Belgium
0514-0519TH CENTURY MISSIONARIES’ MAPS OF ETHIOPIA: MEANINGFUL PART OF THE NARRATIVE?Stéphane ANCEL, CNRS / EHESS
0514-06MAPPING THE CHAINS OF SPIRITUAL BONDS CONNECTING THE AFAR WITH THEIR NEIGHBOURS: THE QADIRIYA SILSILA OF AWSAARAMIS Houmed, Ministry of Decentralization, Republic of Djibouti / EHESS, Paris, France
Eloi FICQUET, EHESS, Paris
0514-07ON 'ORPHAN' TOPONYMS IN THE HISTORY OF ETHIOPIAN CARTOGRAPHYEloi FICQUET, EHESS, Paris, France
0514-08SPATIAL REPRESENTATIONS AND IMAGINATIONS BEYOND MAPS: PRACTICES OF MIND-MAPPING AROUND AKSUM, TIGRAY Wolbert SMIDT, Erfurt University, Research Centre Gotha (Ethiomap project) / Mekelle University
0514-10THE EARLIEST GEOLOGICAL AND GEOMORPHOLOGICAL MAPS OF ETHIOPIA AND ERITREAASFAWOSSEN Asrat, School of Earth Sciences, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
0514-11MAPPING THE ETHIOPIAN HIGHLANDS IN THE 1860S: EUROPEAN TRAVELERS’ ITINERARIES AND MAPS MADE IN GOTHA Iris SCHRÖDER, Gotha Research Center of Erfurt University, Germany
0514-12THE DOBA'A GROUP: AN INTERETHNIC GROUP - COMPARISON BETWEEN FIELD RESEARCH DATA AND OCCURRENCES ON OLD MAPSFESSEHA Berhe Gebregergis, Mekelle University, Ethiopia / EHESS Paris, France / Ethiomap project, Research Centre Gotha, Erfurt University, Germany
0514-13D'ANVILLE AND THE CARTOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF THE BLUE NILE'S SOURCES Junia FURTADO, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

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0515 The Italian Occupation of Ethiopia: Recent Studies

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0515-01THE SECOND SPANISH REPUBLIC AND THE ITALIAN OCCUPATION OF ETHIOPIA: ANALYSING REACTIONS FROM THE SPANISH POLITICIANS AND MEDIAMario LOZANO ALONSO, Universidad de León, Spain
0515-02AMETSEGNA WASHA (THE CAVE OF ZERET) IN MENZ KEYA GEBREAL DISTRICT: FIGHTING AGAINST FASCISM AND COLONIALISM DURING THE SECOND ITALO-ETHIOPIAN WARGASHAW Ayferam, Wollo University
0515-03ITALY THE LAST EMPIRE: MODERN HORN HISTORY AND HISTORIOGRAPHYIrma TADDIA, University of Bologna, Italy
0515-04THE ITALIAN INVASION IN 1935. A SHORT VIEW FROM OUTSIDE AND BY A TIGRINIAN NOVELISTIC RETROSPECTIONMichael GÜTERBOCK, Germany, Berlin, Freie Universität, Ähiopistischer Arbeitskreis (Prof. Rainer Voigt)
0515-05THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS IN THE ETHIOPIAN RESISTANCE: 1939-1940SELTENE Seyoum, Associate Professor, Research & Publications Office, Unity University, Ethiopia

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0516 Modern Ethiopia from Adwa to the Derg

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0516-04THE ROAD TO ADWA: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF THE ROLE OF THE ZEMENE MESAFINT WARS IN A SUCCESSFUL MILITARY SHOWDOWNADERA Getaneh Adera, University of Gondar, Ethiopia
0516-05POLICE AND POLITICS IN ETHIOPIA UNDER THE DERG REGIME, 1974-1991DEREJE Workayehu, Lecturer, Department of History and Heritage Management, University of Gondar, Ethiopia
0516-06ADDIS ABABA: THE MAKING OF A CAPITAL IN A NATION BUILDING PROCESSSerge DEWEL, INALCO Paris
0516-07THE CONTESTED MEMORY OF THE REVOLUTIONARY PERIOD (MID 60'S - MID 70'S) IN CONTEMPORARY ETHIOPIAN SOCIETYDavid RATNER, Tel Aviv University, Isreal
0516-09LIJ IYASU, THE EMPEROR OF ETHIOPIA - RESULTS OF HIS REIGN (1913-1916)Vatanyar S. YAGYA, Saint- Petersburg State University, Russia
0516-10LIT’ MAREFIYA, AN ITALIAN SPYING CENTRE IN ANKOBER (1876-1895)WOLDE Selassie Asfaw, Department of History and Heritage Management, PhD candidate in History and Cultural Studies

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0517 General Panel "Discussions on Ancient History: The Aksumite Period"

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0517-02DIPLOMACY IN AXUM IN 615: HOW IT SHAPED GLOBAL CONCEPTS OF CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM RELATIONS Jürgen KLEIN, Institute for Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies, Church University of Wuppertal
0517-03THE TREATMENT OF WAR PRISONERS IN AXUMITE ERA: THE CASE OF KING EZANAFISSEHA Hailu, Aksum University College of Social Sciences and Languages

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0518 Ethiopia and the Ancient World: Reception and Transformation of Geographical Knowledge

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0518-01THE COSMOLOGICAL TREATISE IN MS. ÉTHIOP. D´ABBADIE 109: GREEK, ETHIOPIC OR EARLY MODERN?Klaus GEUS, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Carsten HOFFMANN, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany
0518-03ON THE ETHIOPIAN RECEPTION OF ABŪ SHĀKIRCyrill Zeus WELLNHOFER, Freie Universität Berlin
0518-04COSMAS INDOCOPLEUSTES’ DESCRIPTION OF THE AKSUMITE GOLD MARKET OF SASOU: FACT AND FICTIONYOHANNES Gebreselassie, Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris I
0518-05AXUM BETWEEN INDIA AND ETHIOPIA : THE AXUMITE SPACE FROM A MEDITERRANEAN PERSPECTIVEPierre SCHNEIDER, Université d'Artois (France)
0518-06MAPPING THE SOUTHERN EDGES OF THE OIKUMENE: CARTOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATIONS OF ANCIENT ETHIOPIA AND EAST AFRICAMonika SCHUOL, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
0518-07THE POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE AKSUMITE POLITY AS SEEN IN MEDITERRANEAN SOURCES.Eivind Heldaas SELAND, University of Bergen, Norway
0518-08GEOREFERENCING MAPS: A COMPARISON OF MAPS BASED ON PTOLEMY’S “GEOGRAPHY” AND TABULAE NOVAE FROM THE 16TH CENTURYNiklaas GÖRSCH, German Archaeological Institute (DAI)
0518-09THE LATE ANTIQUE GREEK EGYPTIAN EPIC POETRY AND ‘ETHIOPIANS’: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EVIDENCEGianfranco AGOSTI, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Alessandro BAUSI, Universität Hamburg
0518-10THE PLAYGROUND OF THE GODS. WHY THE ANCIENT GODS PREFERRED ETHIOPIAPeter NADIG, Department of History and Heritage Management, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
0518-11SPACE ARCHAEOLOGY IN HARARGE, CRACKING CODES ON A 1450 VENETIAN MAP, IN CENTRAL SHOA Marco VIGANO, AAU, College of Development Studies, Ethiopia

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0519 Entangled Histories and Traditions: Ethiopia and the World - Ethiopian Imaginations Outside Ethiopia

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0519-01THE USE AND MISUSE OF RASTAFARIAN IDENTITY BY VIGILANTE GROUPS, THE CASE OF MUNGIKI IN KENYAMwangi Nixon NJAU, Egerton University, Kenya

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