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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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12 Social Anthropology & Cultural Studies

1201 Archives and Collections for/in Ethiopian Studies

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1201-01IMAGES OF SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA IN THE ARCHIVES OF THE FROBENIUS INSTITUTESophia THUBAUVILLE, Frobenius Institute for Research in Cultural Anthropology
1201-02POLISH COLLECTORS OF ETHIOPIAN ART - A PRELIMINARY PRESENTATIONAneta PAWŁOWSKA, University of Lodz
1201-03THE COLLECTIONS OF F. J. BIEBER AND KAFA SOCIETY AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURYSayuri YOSHIDA, Nanzan University
1201-04WACLAW KORABIEWICZ'S COLLECTION OF ETHIOPIAN CROSSES AS A REPRESENTATION OF POLISH COLLECTIONS OF ETHIOPIAN ARTIFACTS Hanna RUBINKOWSKA-ANIOŁ, University of Warsaw
1201-05HISTORICIZING BOOKS AMONG THE MUSLIM OROMO IN SOUTHWESTERN ETHIOPIAMinako ISHIHARA, Nanzan University
1201-06SOME REMARKS ON THE ETHIOPIAN PHOTO COLLECTIONS OF THE PETER THE GREAT MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY AND ETHNOGRAPHY, ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIASEMENOVA Valeria, The Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) Russian Ac. of Sciences

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1202 Changing Intersections of Environmental Shocks and Local Institutions in Ethiopia: Debates and Case Studies

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1202-02CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND LIVELIHOOD DIVERSIFICATION IN NORTHERN ETHIOPIA: A CASE STUDY OF LASTA AND BEYEDA DISTRICTSZERIHUN Berhane Weldegebriel, Addis Ababa University, Center for African and Oriental Studies
Martin PROWSE, Lund University, Department of Human Geography
1202-03IN THE SAME EDER: COMMUNITY AND COLLECTIVISM IN NORTHERN ETHIOPIASvein EGE, Department of Social Anthropology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
1202-04THE KOMBOLCHA INDUSTRIAL PARK AND RESILIENCE/LOCAL MUTUAL HELP INSTITUTIONS IN THE RURAL-URBAN NEXUSHarald ASPEN, NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Dept. of Social Anthropology
1202-05LOCAL RESILIENCE TO ENVIRONMENTAL SHOCKS IN SOUTH WOLLO TEFERI Abate Adem, Yale University
1202-06ABWALAD: A KINSHIP-BASED ASSOCIATION FOR HORIZONTAL COOPERATION AND MUTUAL HELP AMONG THE AMHARA OF BORANA SAYNTTESFAYE Aragie, Ministry of Culture
1202-07ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY ON THE LIVELIHOOD ASPECTS OF FISHERS-LAKE INTERACTION AT LAKE HAWASSA:PRACTICES, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES. TESFATSEYON Yosef,
1202-08CULTURAL AND SPIRITUAL VALUES IN CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL LANDSCAPE: REVISITING A VANISHING INDIGENOUS ‘DEEJJOO’ RITUAL PRACTICE AMONG THE KAFECHO IN SOUTHWESTERN ETHIOPIA. ZEGEYE W/Mariam Ambo, Lecturer at Bonga CTE and a PhD student at Mekelle University, Ethiopia
1202-09THE ROLE OF GUMUZ WOMEN IN AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES: THE CASE OF DOBI KEBELLE, BULLEN WOREDA, BENISHANGUL GUMUZ, WESTERN ETHIOPIALETA Mekonnen, Lecturer, Mekelle University, Department of Anthropology

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1203 Film Panel: Ethiopian Studies Through Image, Sound and Beyond: Perspectives from Ethnographic Films

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1203-01THE MAKING OF A MASINQO (ETHIOPIA'S SINGLE STRING BOWED SPIKE FIDDLE)Cynthia Tse KIMBERLIN, Music Research Institute, Richmond, CA USA
1203-02FILM AND MEMORY: RITUAL KNOWLEDGE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONSLucie BUFFAVAND, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
1203-03CULTURE AS IDENTITY AMONG DORZE WOMENKarri BHARATHI, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Arba Minch University
1203-05DANCING GRASS: HARVESTING TEFF IN THE TIGREAN HIGHLANDSMITIKU Gabrehiwot, Mekelle University
1203-06A PARTICIPATORY MEDIA EXPLORATION OF CHALLENGES AND RESISTANCE AMONG YOUNG ARSI OROMO WOMEN IN ETHIOPIALeila QASHU, Concordia University (Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling)
1203-07THREE DAYS OF FREEDOM: WOMEN’S ASHENDA CELEBRATION IN MEKELLE TIGRAY, NORTH-ETHIOPIAThera MJAALAND, University of Bergen, Addis Ababa University, Mekelle University
TEWODROS Hailemikael, Selina Studio, Mekelle, Ethopia
1203-08SHADOW CARAVANSTill Jakob Frederik TROJER, PhD Candidate Anthropology and Sociology, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London
1203-09ABRAHAM & SARAH. CREATORS OF A PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPEIvo STRECKER, Johannes Gutenberg University, Prof. Emeritus; MPI Guest researcher; Guest professor at Mekelle University

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1204 Global Schooling and Local Learning in Ethiopia

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1204-02EDUCATIONAL TRAJECTORIES FROM CHILDHOOD TO EARLY ADULTHOOD: ASPIRATIONS, GENDER AND POVERTY IN ETHIOPIAYISAK Tafere, Ethiopian Centre for Child Research at Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI)
1204-03LABORING AND LEARNING IN THE CASH ECONOMY OF ETHIOPIA’S SOUTHTATEK Abebe, Norwegian University of Sciences and Technology
1204-05EARNING AND LEARNING: INSIGHT INTO STREET CHILDREN LIFE IN DILLA, ETHIOPIA DANIEL Gebretsadik Ayele, Dilla University
1204-06EXPLORING TENSIONS BETWEEN CHILDREN’S LEARNING AT HOME AND IN SCHOOLS AMONG GUJI AGRO-PASTORALISTS IN ETHIOPIATADESSE Jaleta Jirata, Dilla University
TATEK Abebe, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
1204-07THE POTENTIAL OF EDUCATIONAL APPS FOR AGRO-PASTORALIST COMMUNITIES: A FEASIBILITY STUDY IN MUN (MURSI), SOUTH OMOShauna LaTOSKY, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology (Halle/Saale)
Jana ZEHLE, University of Leipzig
1204-08EXPLORING THE EDUCATIONAL ASPIRATIONS AND EXPERIENCES OF ADOLESCENTS WITH A DISABILITY IN URBAN AND RURAL ETHIOPIA TASSEW Woldehanna, Professor of Economics and President, Addis Ababa University
WORKNEH Yadate, GAGE Research and Research Uptake Impact Coordinator, Ethiopia
Nicola JONES, GAGE Director and ODI Principal Research Fellow; GUDAY Emirie, Assistant Professor of Social Anthropology, Addis Ababa University
1204-09CENTERDLESSNESS: THE SOCIAL COST OF WESTERN EDUCATION IN ETHIOPIAYIRGA Gelaw Woldeyes, Curtin University

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1205 Globalisation and Rural Ethiopia

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1205-01GLOBAL STANDARDS FOR “ETHICAL” COTTON: HIGHER TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY TO LOCAL SMALLHOLDERS IN RURAL ETHIOPIA?RUTH Kassaye, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg / University of Freiburg
Lena PARTZSCH, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg / University of Freiburg
1205-02GLOBALISATION AND YOUTH IN 4 WIDE ETHIOPIA SITES: COMMUNICATION MEDIA, LEISURE AND CULTURAL PRACTICESAlula PANKHURST, Independent researcher
1205-03IMPACTS OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION: THE EXPERIENCES OF AZE DEBO AND HARRESAWKIROS Birhanu, WIDE Ethiopia
1205-05PARTICIPATING IN GLOBALIZATION PROCESSES AND ENSURING LOCAL FOOD SECURITY: TENSIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN THE ETHIOPIAN COFFEE-GROWING REGIONSSamir EL OUAAMARI, AgroParisTech, France
Cindy ADOLPHE, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, France
1205-06EMBODIMENTS OF THE STATE: CIVIL SERVANTS AND PEASANTS IN RURAL ETHIOPIASabine PLANEL, Institut des Mondes Africains
Mehdi LABZAÉ, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne
1205-07THE RECENT IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION ON A RURAL COMMUNITY IN AMHARA REGION: YETMEN, ENEMAY WEREDA, EAST GOJJAMSarah VAUGHAN, Independent
SHALOM Ali, Welkite University, Ethiopia
1205-08SOME ASPECTS OF GLOBAL INFLUENCES, OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES IN SIRBA, OROMIA REGIONMULUGETA Debalke, Independent
BAYISA Abdisa, Ambo University, Ethiopia
1205-09THE RECENT IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION ON A RURAL COMMUNITIES IN THE SOUTHERN REGION: AZE DEBO, KAMBATA ZONEAgata FRANKOWSKA, Independent
SHIFERAW Fujie, Independent
1205-10GLOBALISATION, CLIMATE CHANGE AND MIGRATION IN HARRESAW - A REMOTE RURAL COMMUNITY IN EASTERN TIGRAYCatherine DOM, Independent
1205-11MULTIPLE RURAL INVOLVEMENTS IN GLOBALLY-LINKED MODERNISATION PROCESSES: A COMPARISON OF FOUR RURAL COMMUNITIES IN ETHIOPIAPhilippa BEVAN, Independent
1205-12INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND THE YOUTH AMONG A KAMBATA COMMUNITY: THE VIEWS FROM BELOW AND THEIR IMPLICATIONSMULUGETA Gashaw, Independent
1205-13GLOBALISATION AND INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION IN TWO ETHIOPIAN COMMUNITIES - HARRESAW, EASTERN TIGRAY; AZE DEBO, KEMBATACatherine DOM, Independent
ALEMU Asfaw Nigusie, Department of Political Science and International Studies, Bahir Dar University
1205-14GLOBALISATION AND WOMEN’S HEALTH - EVIDENCE FROM ETHIOPIA WIDE RESEARCHAgata FRANKOWSKA, Graduate School for Social Research Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
1205-15GLOCALISED DEVELOPMENT, CITY/COUNTRYSIDE RE-ARTICULATIONS AND RELIGIOUS PROSELYTISING: EXPLORING THE TRANS-NATIONAL DYNAMICS AND PRACTICES OF RURAL/URBAN TRANSFORMATIONS IN TURUFE (WEST ARSI ZONE, OROMIYAA REGION)Thomas OSMOND, Independent
1205-16GLOBALISATION AND EDUCATION: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION INTENTION AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY USE IN TWO RURAL COMMUNITIES IN ETHIOPIAAGAZI Tiumelissan, Independent
1205-17CONTRASTING LIVELIHOODS CHANGES AND SCOPE FOR DIVERSIFICATION IN SIRBA (OROMIA) AND HARRESAW (TIGRAY)TEFERA Goshu, Independent
1205-18COFFEE WAR: ETHIOPIA VS. STARBUCKSShabieko IVY, N/A
1205-19REVISITING SHASHEMENE: A MIXED METHODS APPROACH TO A STUDY OF SOCIAL CHANGEGunilla BJERÉN, Department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University

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1206 Guardians of Productive Landscapes: Farmers and Farming in Ethiopia

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1206-01FROM THE RAINFOREST TO THE POT: FOLLOWING A BROWN, DOUBLE-COMBED CHICKEN IN SOUTHWEST ETHIOPIARuth JACKSON, Deakin University, Australia
1206-02INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE OF WATER USE AND MANAGEMENT AMONG THE AWI, NORTHWESTERN ETHIOPIA DESALEGN Amsalu, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University
1206-04DEALING WITH ETHIOPIAN LANDSCAPES: ONTOLOGICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONSMarco BASSI, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthroplogy
1206-05HUMAN-MADE LANDSCAPES OF MANAGED FERTILITY, CROPPING AND AGROFORESTRY: THE CASE OF MALO FARMERS IN SOUTHWEST ETHIOPIATakeshi FUJIMOTO, University of Toyama
1206-06THE BREAKDOWN OF SUSTAINABLE, SUBSISTENCE MODES OF PRODUCTION DUE TO THE CONSTRAINTS AND TEMPTATIONS OF THE COMMERCIAL MARKET ECONOMY AND THE EMERGENCE OF "GUARDIANS" OF PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPEJean LYDALL, Independent Scholar
1206-07THE GRACE OF SUBSISTENCE: LESSONS FROM 'ABRAHAM AND SARAH'Ivo STRECKER, Johannes Gutenberg University, Prof. Emeritus; MPI Guest researcher; Guest professor at Mekelle university
1206-08VALORISATION AND DISSEMINATION OF INDIGENOUS AND SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE IN FARMERS’ LANGUAGE – A CASE FROM TIGRAY, ETHIOPIAJan NYSSEN, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
Amaury FRANKL, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
MITIKU Haile, Dept. of Land Resources Management and Environmental Protection, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
ROMHA Assefa, Relief Society of Tigray, Mekelle, Ethiopia and Previously at Ma’ar Project, Dogu’a Tembien, Tigray, Ethiopia
SEIFU Gebreslassie, EthioTrees Project, Dogu’a Tembien, Tigray, Ethiopia and Previously at Selam-Watsani Project, Dogu’a Tembien, Tigray, Ethiopia
BIRHANU Biruk, Dept. of Geography and Environmental Studies, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
Jozef NAUDTS, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, KULeuven, Belgium
ZBELO Tesfamariam, Dept. of Geography and Environmental Studies, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
Miro JACOB, Dept. of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
Jozef DECKERS, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, KULeuven, Belgium
1206-09 LIVING ON THE EDGE. THE WORK ETHOS OF TIGREAN FARMERS TESFAHUN Haddis, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
1206-10VERITIES AND VALUES OF TEFF IN TIGRAYMITIKU Gabrehiwot, Mekelle University

Number of Abstracts Displayed: 9



1207 Health, Religion, Inequalities and Development.

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1207-02THE ROLE OF HEALTH EXTENSION WORKERS IN ASGEDE TSIMBLA DISTRICT, A CASE OF LIMAT TABYA HEALTH POSTSEARE Hadush, Mekelle University, Department of Anthropology
1207-03EVALUATION OF WOUND HEALING, ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITIES IN LEAF EXTRACT OF BECIUM GRANDIFLORUM L.KALD Beshir Tuem, Mekelle University
WORKINEH Shibeshi, Addis Ababa University
EPHREM Engidawork, Addis Ababa University
1207-06ETHIOPIAN MEDICINAL MANUSCRIPTS AND THE BUDGE TOWARDS THEIR REVIVALWOSENSGED Kidane, ARCCH - Authority for reseach and conservation of cultural heritage
1207-07THE ROLES OF INDIGENOUS MEDICINE IN THE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM AMONG THE KONSOTEBABER Chanie Workneh, University of Gondar
MIRGISSA Kaba, Addis Ababa University
GUDAYE Emirie, Addis Ababa University
YALEMTSEHAY Mekonnon, Addis Ababa University
1207-08PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND HEALTH CARE PRACTICES: THE CASE OF LEPROSY IN BAHIR DAR CITY, NORTHWEST ETHIOPIAABINET Abebe Hayleyesus, University of Gondar
1207-09HEALING SPACES: HOLY WATER HEALING AMONG ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX CHRISTIANSMarta Camilla WRIGHT, University of Bergen
1207-10ROLE OF ANTHROPOLOGISTS IN HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTKarri BHARATHI, Arba Minch University
1207-11“THE MOTHERS OF SICK CHILDREN”: PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES, BETWEEN CAREGIVING AND VULNERABILITY IN MEKELLE AND WUQRO (TIGRAY- NORTHERN ETHIOPIA)Virginia DE SILVA, Sapienza University of Rome
1207-12HEALTH, DISEASE AND RELIGION IN PRE-19TH CENTURY ETHIOPIAFACIL Tesfaye, The University of Hong Kong
1207-13THE PROCESS OF HOLY WATER THERAPY AND THE INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF MENTAL ILLNESS ZELALEM Tadesse, (Msc) student in clinical psychology at Addis Ababa University (Black Lion Hospital)
1207-14MARKET OF HEALTH IN TIME OF CRISES. BIOMEDICAL DRUGS, TRADITIONAL REMEDIES AND PLURAL MEDICAL SYSTEM IN MEKELLE, ETHIOPIA.Pino SCHIRRIPA, Sapienza - University of Rome
1207-15PSYCHO-SOCIAL VALUE OF TRADITIONAL STEAM IN WEJJERAT ISRA ADDIZUFAN Gebrehiwet Hagos, Directorate director of research office at Jigjiga University
1207-16HEALTH DISPARITY BASED ON GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION: EVIDENCE FROM EDHS 2011 DATA ON CHILD UNDERNUTRITION IN ETHIOPIA ZEWDIE Aderaw Alemu, Debre Markos University
AHMED Ali, Addis Ababa University
1207-17NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES: WHAT CARE, WHO CARES?Dan LEVENE, University of Southampton
David PHILLIPS, University of Southampton
1207-18MATERIAL MEDICA PLANTS IN MÄṢHAFÄ MÄDḤANIT (BRITISH LIBRARY OR. 828)EYOB Derillo, British Library
1207-19NILE: ETHIO-EGYPTIAN UNENDING DISCOURSEJoachim Gregor PERSOON, Associate Professor ASFAD Addis Ababa University

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1208 Interconnection of Human Society with Animals in Northeastern Africa

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1208-01ECOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL WISDOM IN THE CAMEL PRAISE - THE ORAL SUNG POETRY OF THE AFAR NOMADS OF THE HORN OF AFRICA MULUBRHAN Balehegn Gebremikael, United Nations Environmental Program- International Ecosystem Management Partnership (UNEP-IEMP), Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. Mekelle University College of Dryland Agriculture and Natural Resources
1208-02ENCOUNTERS WITH EXTRAORDINARY SERPENTS IN MELA, SOUTH-WEST ETHIOPIALucie BUFFAVAND, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
1208-03FARMERS RESPONSE TO EXOTIC DAIRY CATTLE AND LOCAL CATTLE’S NEEDMAHLET Alemu, Department of Anthropology, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
1208-04PERCEPTION TOWARDS CATS IN MEKELLE AND ITS SURROUNDINGSYoko FURUSAKI, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
1208-05THE AESTHETICS AND SIGNIFICANCE OF CAMEL AND GOAT NAMING AND NOMENCLATURE AMONG THE AFAR PASTORALISTS OF NORTH EASTERN ETHIOPIA KIDANE Hintsa, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
MULUBRHAN Balehegn Gebremikael, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
1208-06IMPACT OF ETHNO-ORNITHOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS ON HARWOOD’S FRANCOLIN (PTERNISTIS HARWOODI) SPECIES IN BLUE NILE WATERSHED: EVIDENCE FROM ETHIOPIAABADI Mehari Abrha, Mekelle University
MULUBRHAN Balehegn Gebremikael, Mekelle University
HABTU Kiros Nigus, Department of Statistics, Mekelle University

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1209 Local-Knowledge Studies Reconsidered; Creativities, Transmission, Sharing and Beyond.

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1209-01THE ROLE OF OROMO INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND PROTECTION: THE CASE OF KUTTAAYEE OROMO IN AMBO DISTRICTTEREFE Mitiku, Jimma University
1209-02THE SOCIO-POLITICAL STRUCTURE AND ROLE OF TRADITIONAL GOVERNANCE: THE CASE OF OGET AMONG THE QEBENA, SOUTH ETHIOPIAMOHAMMEDAWOL Reshad, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Assosa University
1209-04REVEALING THE COFFEE COMMUNITY: LIVELIHOODS OF FARMERS AND THE LOCAL ECONOMY IN SOUTHERN ETHIOPIAKazuki KAWAMATA, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University
1209-05THE SOCIAL MATRIX OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA HAREGEWOIN Mekonnen Bekele, Kyoto University
1209-06HEALTH PERCEPTION AND PRACTICES AMONG PEOPLE IN THE RURAL AMHARA REGION, ETHIOPIAChiharu KAMIMURA, Kyoto University
1209-07LOCAL KNOWLEDGE STUDIES IN ETHIOPIA RECONSIDERED: CREATIVITIES, TRANSMISSION, SHARING AND BEYONDMasayoshi SHIGETA, Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University
Morie KANEKO, Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University
1209-08DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL KNOWLEDGE OF TRASH IN SOUTHWESTERN ETHIOPIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO USED SCHOOL NOTEBOOKSMorie KANEKO, Kyoto University
1209-10IMPLICATIONS OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE IN SMALL-SCALE FARMING FOR RURAL AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF GUANGUA WOREDA, AWI ADMINISTRATIVE ZONE OF AMHARA NATIONAL REGIONAL STATEBERHANU Matebie Agalu, Lecturer, Department of Social anthropology, College of Social Sciences and the Humanities, University of Gondar
1209-11HIGHLAND BAMBOO-BASED TRADITIONAL HANDICRAFT PRODUCTION, MARKETING AND UTILIZATION IN AWI ZONE, NORTHWESTERN ETHIOPIAALEMU Alene, Debre Markos University
1209-13INDIGENOUS COUNSELING SYSTEM IN ETHIOPIA: OROMIYAA REGION IN FOCUSGETACHEW Abeshu, Psychology
TSEHAY Baissa, Llinguistics
1209-14EXAMINING ESTHETIC SCARIFICATION IN A MURSI VILLAGE : MEANING AND EXPERIENCES IN THE FLURRY OF INFLUENCESMarion LANGUMIER, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre (France)

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1211 The Abbay (Nile) Quest in the Ethiopian Popular Imagination and Belief System

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1211-01FROM GISH TO GIYON: WHAT IS IN THE NAMES OF THE ABBAY?MULUSEW Asratie, Addis Ababa University
1211-02PEOPLING AND CHRISTIANIZATION IN THE NILE VALLEY: THE CASE OF GOJJAM PROVINCE, ETHIOPIATEMESGEN Baye, Bahir Dar University
1211-03THE FOUNDATIONS OF EGYPTIAN HYDRO-HEGEMONY IN THE EASTERN NILE BASINWUHIBEGEZER Ferede, Blue Nile Water Institute
1211-04IMAGES OF ABBAY (THE BLUE NILE) IN AMHARIC WRITTEN POETRYASSEFA Alemu, University of Gondar
1211-05ABBAY IN THE FRENCH LITERATURE: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF HISTORICAL SOURCE ANALYSISAHMED Hassen, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University
1211-06ABBAY GION IN THE ETHIOPIAN THEATRE ABONEH Ashagrie Zeiyesus, School of Theatre Arts,Addis Ababa University
1211-07THE PLACE OF ABBAY IN ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL ETHIOPIAN IMPERIAL COURTTEFERI Mekonnen, Institute of Ethiopian Studies., Addis Ababa University
1211-08MYTH AND REALITY SURROUNDING THE ROLE OF ABAY IN SHAPING THE LONG STANDING HISTORICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ETHIOPIA AND EGYPT FROM ANCIENT TIMES TO THE MIDDLE AGESKINDENEH Endeg Mihretie, Addis Ababa University/ Institute of Ethiopian Studies
1211-09THE ABBAY QUEST IN THE MEDIEVAL ETHIOPIC TEXTS: A FOCUS ON GƎʾƎZ HAGIOGRAPHIESMERSHA Alehegne, Addis Ababa University
1211-10THE GEOPOLITICS OF THE CURRENT “GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM (GERD)”: WILL IT BE A SOURCE OF COOPERATION OR DISPUTE?HAILU Belay, College of Development Studies, AAU
1211-11ABBAY REFLECTED IN THE ETHIOPIAN MUSICWOUBE Kassaye, Addis Ababa University
1211-12A PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF IMAGE OF ABAY IN OROMOO TEXTS TILAHUN Telila, Addis Ababa University
1211-14THE POLITICS OF HYDRO-IMAGINATION IN THE NILE RIVER BASINWONDWOSEN Michago Seide, Lund University
1211-15ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION ALONG THE SOUTHERN SHORES OF LAKE TANA IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURYTIGAB Bezie, Bahir dar University
1211-16RIVER ABBAY IN THE EYE OF ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX TEWAHIDO CHURCH QENEMULUKEN Andualem, Bahir Dar University in Humanity'faculity
TILAHUN Bejitoal, Bahir Dar University in Humanity'faculity
1211-17RIVER NILE IN CONTEMPORARY ETHIOPIAN LITERATURE: A BLESSING OR A CURSE? TAYE Assefa, Addis Ababa University
1211-18WHAT DO PRESENT GE’EZ QENE POETS FEEL ABOUT THE RENAISSANCE DAM?SIRGIW Gelaw, Addis Ababa University
1211-19ISLAMIC NARRATIONS AND DISCOURSES RELATED TO NILE/ABBAY RIVERJEMAL Mohammed, Bahir Dar University
1211-20 GƎʾƎZ QƎNEYAT THAT LAUDS THE GRAND RECONNAISSANCE DAMTADDELE Gedlie, Independent researcher

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1212 Tourism Development

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1212-01PRACTICES OF DOMESTIC TOURISM IN ETHIOPIA: POTENTIALS, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES TESFAYE Zeleke, Addis Abeba University
1212-02THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC UPGRADING OF ARTISANS THROUGH TOURISM IN KONSO, SOUTHERN ETHIOPIABELETE Dawit, Wolaita Sodo University
1212-03DIVERSIFYING TOURISM PRODUCTS: ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL OF COFFEE TOURISM IN ETHIOPIAMOHAMMED Jemal Ahmed, Izmir Katip Celebi University, Izmir, Turkey, PhD student
1212-04TRANSFORMING THE TOURISM INDUSTRY OF ETHIOPIAMULUGETA Feseha, Addis Ababa University
1212-05SACRED PLACES AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT: DO THEY REINFORCE EACH OTHER?AHMED Hassen, Institute of Ethiopian Studies
1212-06RELIGIOUS RITUALS AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN ETHIOPIA: EXPERIENCE FROM GONDOR TOWNEBRAHIM Damtew Alyou, University of Gondar, Ethiopia
1212-07TOURISM AND ITS ROLE IN CREATING SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD IN TIGRAI REGIONKELIL Demsis, Department of Socioology, CSSL, Mekelle University
ZENAWI Gebremeskel, Department of Socioology, CSSL, Mekelle University
1212-08A GEO-TREKKING GUIDE TO AN ETHIOPIAN TROPICAL MOUNTAIN DISTRICTJan NYSSEN, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
Miro JACOB, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
Amaury FRANKL, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
MIRUTS Hagos, Department of Earth Sciences, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
Andrea SEMBRONI, Department of Science, University of Roma Tre, Italy
Jean POESEN, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, KU Leuven, Belgium
MITIKU Haile, Department of Land Resources Management and Environmental Protection, Mekelle University, Belgium
1212-09UNDERSTANDING A TOURISM PHENOMENON: “PHOTO FOR CASH” AS A LIVELIHOOD DIVERSIFICATION OPTION. THE CASE OF SOUTH OMO ZONE, ETHIOPIA.AZEB Girmai, Division of African Area Studies, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University
1212-10POLICING TOURISM FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: CONCEPTS AND PRACTICESDEMELASH Kassaye, AAU

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1213 Workshop Panel for Junior Scholars on Horn of Africa Studies

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1213-01REFUGEES AS ECONOMIC RIVALRY GROUPS TO THE HOST: SUDANESE REFUGEES IN WESTERN ETHIOPIATIRSIT Sahledegle, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, AAU
1213-02A HOLISTIC ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF IROB PEOPLE IN NORTH EASTERN ETHIOPIA: EMPHASIS ON CONTINUITY AND TRANSFORMATIONSMOGES Gebreegziabher Woldu, Mekelle University
1213-03JESUIT ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGES IN WEST GOJJAM, ETHIOPIA. FIKADU Kassa, Department of Archaeology and Heritage Management, Mekelle University

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1214 Anthropological Studies on Songs, Music and Poetry

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1214-01FEUDING AND THE ‘MYTH OF MASCULINITY’ AS EXPRESSED THROUGH THE TRADITIONAL VERBAL ARTS IN EASTERN GOǦǦAM, AMHARA REGIONMEZGEBU Belay, Lecturer, Department of Social Anthropology, Addis Ababa University
1214-02ጩኸት ብቻ (ČUKÄT BƎČA): ‘JUST NOISE’ POPULAR MUSIC IN POST-2005 ADDIS ABEBA AND ITYOṖIYAWINNÄTHEWAN Semon, University of Hamburg, HLCES
1214-03TRACES OF ETHIOPIA IN REGGAE SONGSMartyna RUTKOWSKA, University of Warsaw

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1215 Sociopolitical Systems beyond the State in the Past and Present

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1215-01THE COLLAPSE OF INDIGENOUS SOCIO-POLITICAL SYSTEMS IN THE HORN OF AFRICA: THE CASE D’IRASHA COMMUNITY IN SOUTH WESTERN ETHIOPIAFIREW Tesfaye Odayte, Arba Minch University, Social and Behavioural Reserch Unit
1215-02MEKELLE: THE ROLE OF THE ELDERLY AND THEIR MEDIATION IN CONFLICTSSilvia CIRILLO, The University of Urbino
1215-03POLITICS AND POLITIES IN SOUTH OMO: DYNAMICS OF RECOGNITIONFelix GIRKE, University of Konstanz, Germany
1215-04OTHER POLITICAL THEORIES: THE CONCEPTIONS OF AUTHORITY IN THE ETHNOPHILOSOPHY OF OROMO AND ZULU AND THEIR POTENTIALS FOR UNDERSTANDING CONTEMPORARY POLITICSRamy Magdy AHMED, Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University
1215-05THE UGASS AND HIS ATTRIBUTES: ROLE AND FONCTION OF A TRADITIONAL CHIEF IN THE SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION OF THE WORLD OF THE SOMALI-ISSASAGAL Djama Hassan, Université de Djibouti
1215-06INDIGENOUS INTER-ETHNIC PEACE BUILDING AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION INSTITUTION: THE CASE OF GURRAACHA AMONG THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH CENTRAL ETHIOPIA LENIN Kuto Hamado, MA in Oromo Folklore and Cultural Studies, Lecturer at Jimma University, Department of Oromo Folklore and Literature, Ethiopia.
AYEHU Bacha Teso, MA in Oromo Folklore and Cultural Studies, Lecturer at Jimma University, Department of Oromo Folklore and Literature, Ethiopia.
GEMECHU Taye

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