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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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01 Archaeology, Paleoanthropology & Heritage

0101 Inter-Disciplinary Interconnections for the Scientific Growth of Ethiopian Archaeology

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0101-02AN ETHNOARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY OF HIDE WORKING WITH IRON SCRAPERS IN EAST GOJJAM, NORTH WESTERN ETHIOPIATESFAYE Wondifraw Tsegaye, Jinka University, Ethiopia
0101-03ARCHAEOBOTANICAL EVIDENCES FROM PRE-AKSUMITE AND AKSUMITE TIMES IN EASTERN TIGRAY: LESSONS FROM ONA-ADIYEMANE Meresa, Department of Archaeology and Heritage Management, Institute of Archaeology and Tourism, Aksum University, Ethiopia
Alemseged BELDADOS, Department of Archaeology and Heritage Management, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
Cathrine D'ANDREA, Department of Archaeology and Humanities, SFU
0101-04A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON KUDINA KAYILU ROCK ART SITE, AFAR NATIONAL REGIONAL STATEDEGSEW Zerihun, Archaeology researcher at ARCCH, Ethiopia
MISGANAW Gebremichael, Archaeology researcher at ARCCH, Ethiopia
0101-05ETHNOARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY OF POTTERY PRODUCTION AT GAWEE AND EDEGA ARBI VILLAGES OF SOUTHEASTERN TIGRAY, ETHIOPIATILAHUN Asefa, Samara University, Ethiopia
0101-06TRACING PRE-CHRISTIAN RITUALS IN ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY GOITOM Weldehawerait, Adigrat University, Ethiopia
0101-07IMPLICATION OF ETHNO ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY AND ITS NEW IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PREHISTORIC FOOD PRODUCTION SYSTEMS IN SHIRE AREA, NORTHERN ETHIOPIAGOITOM Weldehawerait, Adigrat University, Ethiopia
0101-08HERITAGE AS SOCIOCULTURAL PROCESS: THE CASE OF ADI MA’AR AND ITS SURROUNDINGSHIRUY Daniel Tefera, Jinka University, Ethiopia
AYELE Bekerie, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
0101-10HISTORICAL ECOLOGY: AN APPROACH TO THE INVESTIGATION OF ANCIENT HUMAN-ENVIRONMENTAL INTERACTIONS IN THE HORN OF AFRICAA. Catherine D'ANDREA, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Valery J. TERWILLIGER, University of Kansas, USA
0101-11AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE ROCK ART SITE OF EMBA TSEGUROM, GENDEBTA, TIGRAYNEGASI Awetehey Nega, Ethiopian Archaeology
0101-12ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY OF GRINDING STONES IN SIMADA, SOUTH GONDAR ZONE NORTH WESTERN ETHIOPIASHEGALEM Fekadu, Lecturer

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0102 Practices of Archaeological Researches and Conservation of Archaeological Sites in Ethiopia

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0102-01THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THREE ROCK ART SITES OF NORTHWESTERN TIGRAY, ETHIOPIA. TEKLE Hagos, Department of Archaeology and Heritage Management, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
0102-04DOCUMENTATION AND CONSERVATION STATUS OF BETE MULU CASTLE IN WELQAIT, WESTERN TIGRAYFEYISSA Hailu, Lecturer at Bule Hora University
0102-05ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE CONSERVATION AND HERITAGE LEGISLATION IN ETHIOPIAKASSAYE Begashaw, Addis Ababa University, Department of Archaeology and Heritage Management
0102-06A NEW LOOK AT THE ROCK ART OF ETHIOPIAAGAZI Negash, Addis Ababa University
0102-07PRESERVING THE HISTORICAL AND RELIGIOUS HERITAGE OF THE AFAR: THE CASE OF KONABA SAHABAH TOMB ABDU Ahmed Aliyu, Tourism Service Competence Expert, Culture and Tourism Bureau Semera, Afar Region
Till Jakob Frederik TROJER, PhD Research Candidate Anthropology and Sociology at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University London
0102-08AKSUM’S VANISHING PAST: THE NEED FOR DOCUMENTATION AND CONSERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN AKSUM (ETHIOPIA): CASE OF ADDI GUATIYA. HILUF Berhe, Aksum University
0102-10A NEW COMMUNITY-BASED PRESERVATION APPROACH FOR HERITAGE MANAGEMENT IN SHIRE AREAGOITOM Weldehawerait, Adigrat University, Ethiopia
0102-11DETERIORATION OF THE ROCK-HEWN CHURCHES OF LALIBELA, ETHIOPIA: WEATHERING OF BASALTIC SCORIABLEN Taye Gemeda, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, UK
0102-12A PRELIMINARY SURVEY RESULT CONDUCTED BETWEEN YEHA-FERESMAY CORRIDOR, CENTRAL TIGRAYKIFLE Zerue, Aksum University, Ethiopia
HILUF Berhe, Aksum University, Ethiopia
WELDEYARED Hailu
MEDHANIT Alem
0102-13MONUMENTAL ARCHITECTURE FROM THE 1ST MILLENNIUM BC IN YEHA – CURRENT INVESTIGATION AND RESTORATIONMike SCHNELLE, German Archaeological Institute, Berlin, Germany
0102-14ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEYS IN THE REGION OF YEHA AND HAWELTI/MELAZOSarah JAPP, German Archaeological Institute, Berlin, Germany
0102-16ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVENTORY OF THE MEGALITHIC SITES OF AKSUM VICINITY AND SHIRE AREABRHAN Teka Teklu, Lecturer at Aksum university, Axum, Ethiopia
0102-17NEW ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES FROM MEDEBAY (WEREDA MEREB LEKE AND LA'ELAY MAYCHEW), CENTRAL ZONE OF TIGRAYHADGU Zeru Gebregergis, Aksum University, Institute of Archaeology and Tourism: Department of Archaeology and Heritage Management

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0103 Studying Aksumite Ceramics to Reconstruct Social and Trade Intra-Interconnections

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0103-01THE POTTERY TRADITIONS IN ADIGRAT AREA. RESEARCH, ETHNOGRAPHIC OBSERVATIONS AND CONSIDERATIONSMichela GAUDIELLO, Heidelberg University
0103-02CRAFTING INCENSE BURNERS AS ARCHITECTURAL MODELS IN FIRST MILLENNIUM BC ABYSSINIAN HIGHLANDSWilliam Gerard ZIMMERLE, New York University; Fairleigh Dickinson University
0103-03A TYPOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF POTTERY FROM MARIAM NAZRET, TIGRAY, ETHIOPIADESTA Haileyesus, Mekelle University
0103-04ONA ADI: AN ANCIENT MULTICOMPONENT TOWN SITE IN EASTERN TIGRAIHABTAMU Mekonnen Taddesse, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, Archaeologist
0103-05SURVEYS AROUND KWIHA (MEKELLE) (I) - THE CERAMICSJean-François BRETON, CNRS. ArsCAN. UMR 7041. Maison Ginouvès. Nanterre. France / aff. member of the PhD programme in History and Cultural Studies, Mekelle University
YOHANNES Aytenew, Mekelle University, Department of History and Heritage Management, Head
0103-06THE STUDY OF POTTERY COLLECTIONS FROM THE SETTLEMENT SITE OF SEGLAMEN, 2010 FIELD SEASON: SEG 1, SU5, ROOM 1.FRIYAT Angesom, Aksum University, Institute of Archaeology and Tourism

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0104 Foreign Projects Meet the Ethiopian Universities. Several Cases of Studies in Ethnology, Ethnography, Linguistics, Archaeology, and Experimental Researches.

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0104-01THE WOMEN POTTERS OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY: A REVIEW OF ETHNO-ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN THE ADIGRAT AREAMichela GAUDIELLO, Heidelberg University
0104-04THE HUMAN SKELETAL REMAINS OF THE LATE AKSUMITE SITE MIFSAS BAHRI (SOUTHERN TIGRAY) Svenja PARTHEIL, Independent
0104-06SURVEYS AROUND KWIHA (MEKELLE) - THE PROJECT (II)Jean-François BRETON, CNRS. ArsCAN. UMR 7041. Maison Ginouvès. Nanterre. France / aff. member of the PhD programme in History and Cultural Studies, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
YOHANNES Aytenew, Mekelle University, Department of History and Heritage Management, Head, Ethiopia
Wolbert SMIDT, Research Centre Gotha of Erfurt University, Germany / aff. member of the PhD programme in History and Cultural Studies, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
MULUBRHAN Adane, Mekelle University, Department of History and Heritage Management (PhD candidate) / Kwiha, Ethiopia
0104-07ETHNOARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY OF POTTERY MAKING IN MEKELLE,THE CASE OF DEBRI,GEMBELA, AND MAY ALEM QEBELES.KIBROM Kebede, Department of Archaeology and Heritage Management, Mekelle University

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0105 Current practices and discussions on heritage in Ethiopia

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0105-01CURRENT PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES ON URBAN HERITAGE MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION OF ADDIS ABABA CITYABEL Assefa, Architectural Conservation Expert at ARCCH, Ethiopia
0105-02THE ROLE OF TOURISM AND CULTURAL HERITAGE CONSERVATION FOR NATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS IN CASE ATSIE FASIL GHIMB, GONDAR, ETHIOPIAMELESE Worku, Debre Tabor University
ABAY Banthun, Debre Markos
0105-03DISCOURSE ON MEDIEVAL HERITAGE AND EXPANSION OF THE CHRISTIAN KINGDOM OF ŠAWĀ (17TH -19TH C) DERESSE Ayenachew, Debre Berhan University - Ethiopia / Institute of Advanced Studies - France
0105-04JESUIT STRUCTURAL HERITAGES IN WEST GOJJAM, ETHIOPIAFIKADU Kassa, Archaeology and Heritage Management
0105-05THE RETURN OF KEBRA NAGAST TO ETHIOPIAPeter GAEHTGENS, Freie Universität Berlin

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02 Arts & Architecture

0201 Contemporary Ethiopian Art Scene: Drawing Heritages from the Past, and (Being Engaged in) New Aspects in Art

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0201-01 ‘ETHNOGRAPHIC ART’ AND ITS SOCIAL ACCOUNT: MANCHELA MAKING AMONG DAWURO SOCIETY, SOUTH WEST ETHIOPIAADMASU Abebe, lecturer at Mada Walabu University and Ph.D Student of Social Anthropology
0201-02PAINTING THE RACIAL FRONTIER: RACE IN TWENTIETH CENTURY ETHIOPIAN ARTLacy N. FEIGH, University of Pennsylvania
0201-03CONTEMPORARY ETHIOPIAN ART SCENE: DRAWING HERITAGES FROM THE PAST, AND (BEING ENGAGED IN) NEW ASPECTS IN ARTMULUGETA Tafesse, Independent researcher (African art and design - modern/contemporary)
0201-04THE EDUCATION-RESEARCH NEXUS: A LINK BETWEEN DESIGN STUDIO, THE PRACTICE AND RESEARCH Fathi BASHIER, Wollega University
0201-05ETHIOPIAN ART EDUCATION: 21ST CENTURY ART AND SKILL LEARNING; A REQUIREMENT AND RESPONSIBILITY OF ARTISTS, ART EDUCATORS AND ART INSTITUTESColette VESTER, Art & Education consultant, The Netherlands

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0202 Ethiopian Christian Art: Defining Styles, Defying Definitions

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0202-01CURATING “ETHIOPIAN STYLE:” ART HISTORY, MUSEUMS, AND POPULAR PERSPECTIVES ON ETHIOPIAN ARTSKristen WINDMULLER-LUNA, Princeton University Art Museum
0202-02THE DESCRIPTION OF ETHIOPIAN BINDING DECORATIONSean M. WINSLOW, Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
0202-03"STYLE AS EVIDENCE?" ETHIOPIAN GOSPEL ILLUMINATION IN CONTEXTMESERET Oldjira, Princeton University, Department of Art and Archaeology
0202-04REMARKS ON THE STYLE AND ICONOGRAPHY OF ILLUSTRATED ETHIOPIC MANUSCRIPTS FROM THE EARLY SOLOMONIC PERIODJacopo GNISCI, Hamburg University
0202-05ETHIOPIAN ARTS AND AESTHETICS: THE SPECIFIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE OBJECT AND ITS USERSLorenza MAZZEI, Università di Napoli
0202-06EMBROIDERED DRESSES FROM NORTHERN ETHIOPIA: INFLUENCES ON THE GLOBAL FASHION INDUSTRYJohn MELLORS, Independent

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0203 Ethiopia's ecclesiastical painting traditions: influences, development, technology, and conservation

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0203-01THE PAINTED CHURCH OF BIRBIR GIYORGIS: AN URGENT CHALLENGE FOR CONSERVATIONDorothea McEWAN, The Warburg Institute, University of London
0203-02UNDERSTANDING IMAGES OF GIGAR IN ETHIOPIAN CHURCH MURALS DAWIT Teferi, Independent Researcher
0203-03THE MURAL PAINTINGS OF QORQOR MARYAM (13TH C. AD?): FROM THE MATERIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL ANALYSIS TO A CONSERVATION PROTOCOLSigrid MIRABAUD, Institut national du patrimoine
Claire BOSC-TIESSÉ, CNRS-INHA
0203-05THREATS AND OPPORTUNITIES: PRESERVING ETHIOPIAN WALL PAINTINGS IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION Lisa SHEKEDE, Ethiopian Heritage Fund
Stephen RICKERBY, Ethiopian Heritage Fund
MEKONEN Hagos
Blair PRIDAY
0203-06THE MURALS OF DEBRE MARIAM QORQOR: A UNIQUE PAINTING TECHNIQUE?KIDANE Fanta Gebremariam, The Museum of Archaeology, University of Stavanger, Norway
0203-08PAINTING SAINT GEORGE: CHANGES AND THE CONTINUITY IN CHRISTIAN ARTALELIGN Aschale Wudie, Addis Ababa Science and Technology University
0203-09THE TRENDS IN THE USE OF MINERAL-BASED PIGMENTS IN ETHIOPIAN ECCLESIASTICAL PAINTINGS: THE CASE OF CINNABAR, MINIUM AND ORPIMENTKIDANE Fanta Gebremariam, The Museum of Archaeology, University of Stavanger, Norway

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0204 Ethnomusicology Studies in Ethiopia

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0204-02METAPHORS IN BÄGÄNA SONG LYRICS: A LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVETADESSE Weldegebreal Baymot, PhD Candidate in Applied Linguistics at Addis Ababa University
0204-03KAMISE MUSIC: HYBRIDITY AND AUTHENTICITY AT THE AGE OF INTERNET Anaïs MARO, Queensland University Technology (QUT)
0204-05BIOGRAPHY AND CONTRIBUTION OF SAINT YARED FOR MODERN HYMNSBELAY Desalegn, Aksum University
DANIEL Alemshet, Aksum University
0204-06EXPRESSING THE ASHENDA FEAST THROUGH MUSIC AND DANCE: OBSERVATION OF THE ASHENDA FEAST IN TIGRAYTIMKEHET Teffera, Independent Scholar
0204-07MANAGING UNITY AND DIVERSITY IN OROMO POPULAR MUSICAnaïs MARO, Queensland University Technology (QUT)
0204-08INTRODUCING THE 1965 ETHIO-HUNGARIAN MUSIC AND DANCE COLLECTIONS: A HISTORIAN AND A PHILOSOPHER’S PERSPECTIVES TSEHAYE Hailemariam, Founder of Virtual Dance Museum
SZÉLINGER Balázs, Hungarian Embassy in Ethiopia

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0206 Museums and Development in Ethiopia

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0206-02THE ETHIOPIAN PAST LEGACIES: QUEST FOR MUSEUMS KASSAYE Begashaw, Addis Ababa University, Department of Archaeology and Heritage Management
0206-03FROM WONDER CHAMBERS TO DIGITAL COLLECTIONS: THE PRESENTATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE AS A MOTOR FOR DEVELOPMENTKerstin VOLKER-SAAD, Society for the Promotion of Museums in Ethiopia
0206-04MUSEUM MANAGAMENT TODAY. VALUE ORIENTATION AND HOLISTIC RESSOURCE MANAGEMENT AS WAYS TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE SUCCESS IN ETHIOPIAOliver RUMP, Berlin, Germany, Specialist for Museum Management and Political Museology, Consultant for Museums
0206-05CHELEQOT MUSEUM PROJECT CASE STUDYBlair PRIDAY, Director
Judith VAN HELDEN, Administrator
Cathy GIANGRANDE, Trustee
0206-06CULTURAL HERITAGE AS A BUSINESS CASE – PROSPECTS OF AN ETHIOPIAN NATIONAL TRUSTKonrad MELCHERS, Society for the Promotion of Museums in Ethiopia
0206-07EXAMPLES OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION - THE WUKRO MUSEUMNina MELCHERS, Society for the Promotion of Museums in Ethiopia
0206-08CULTURAL AND CREATIVE SPILLOVERS: HOW INVESTMENT IN CULTURE PAYS Julia SATTLER, Goethe Institute Addis Ababa
0206-10ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUMS IN TIGRAYHAILAY Teklay, Tigray Culture and Tourism Bureau
0206-11THE STATUS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC COLLECTION AT THE "NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ETHIOPIA"BEREKET Zewdie Negash, Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage
0206-12THE OPENING OF THE MUSEUM OF MENELIK II GRAND’S PALACE MEAZA Hezkeias, Palace Museum and Heritage Preservation Directorate
0206-13ETHIOPIAN MUSEUMS AS DEVELOPMENT AGENTSHIRUY Daniel Tefera, Jinka University
0206-14MUSEUM DEVELOPMENT IN ETHIOPIA: FROM MERE COLONIAL ENTERPRISE TO REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FLAGSHIPHASEN Said, Addis Ababa University IES
0206-15THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE MUSEUM OF YEHA - AN EXAMPLE OF CULTURAL COOPERATION BETWEEN ETHIOPIA AND GERMANYIris GERLACH, German Archaeological Institute, Orient Department, Sanaa Branch
0206-16MUSEUM DEVELOPMENTS IN ETHIOPIAEPHREM Amare, National Museum of Ethiopia/Authority for the Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage
0206-22THE POETICS AND POLITICS OF EXHIBITING CULTURES AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ETHIOPIABEREKET Debebe, Addis Ababa university
TEMESGEN Burka, Addis Ababa university

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0208 Musical Instruments and Performance of Peripheral Societies of Ethiopia

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0208-01SHAATO'S FOLK LIFE, ROLES AND DYNAMICS AS FOLK MUSIC COMMUNITY IN KAFFAABINET Shiferaw, Lecturer in Wolkite University, Ethiopia and Social Anthropology Ph.D student at Addis Ababa Universty
0208-02INDIGENOUS MUSIC, RHYTHM AND MELODY FUSION OF THE SOCIETY’S IN THE PERIPHERY: EXPLORING THE TRENDS OF “NEGARIT” FUSION BAND TEFERI Assefa, MA in Jazz Drumming and Percussion Performance, From Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music, Katowice, Poland
0208-03SYMBOLIC MEANINGS AND VALUES BEYOND MAKING LONGEST WIND MUSIC INSTRUMENT: INQUIRY ON DINKA- AN INDIGENOUS MUSIC INSTRUMENT OF DAWURO SOCIETYADMASU Abebe, lecturer at Mada Walabu University and Ph.D students of Social Anthropology
0208-04ZUMBARA, BOLTSITSIYO, AND KOMIYA: TRADITIONAL WIND MUSIC INSTRUMENTS MAKING, SOCIAL VALUES AND CULTURAL MEANINGS AMONG BERTA AND THE GUMUZ PEOPLE, BENISHANGUL-GUMUZ REGIONSOLOMON Gebreyohannis, Entoto Polytechnic College, Ethiopia
0208-05THE DYNAMICS OF INDIGENOUS MUSIC MAKING AND PERFORMANCE AMONG THE ETHNIC GROUPS IN SOUTH WEST ETHIOPIA: KAFFA, BENCH MAJI AND SHAKA ZONESDAWIT Getu, Addis Ababa University
0208-07NEW ADVANCEMENT OF ETHIOPIAN TRADITIONAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS (KRAR AND MASINQO)FASSIKA Hailu Dolla,
HADDIS Alemayehu Gulma, Fassika Hailu Dolla
0208-08WHY AZIMAR PERFORMANCE IS STAGE ORIENTED THAN PARTICIPATORY: NARRATING SELF-EXPERIENCE OF FENDIKA AZIMAR BETMELAKU Belay, Professional Dancer & Teacher, Founder and Manager of Ethiocolor & Fendika
0208-09THE REVIVAL OF THE ENDANGERED ETHIOPIAN TRADITIONAL MUSIC INSTRUMENTS ‘BEGENA’ AND ‘MELEKET’ AT SISAY BEGENA TRADITIONAL MUSIC INSTRUMENT INSTITUTE SOLOMON Gebreyohannis, lecturer and music instrument trainer
SISAY Demisse, Begena trainer and director of sisay begena traditional music instrumet institute

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0210 The New Rock-Hewn Churches of Ethiopia: Continuity or Revival?

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0210-01THE NEW ROCK-HEWN CHURCHES OF ETHIOPIA: CONTINUITY OR REVIVAL?Michael GERVERS, University of Toronto
Tarn PHILIPP, Independent Researcher
0210-02ETHIOPIA’S NEW ROCK-HEWN CHURCHES: THEIR IMPLICATION FOR SCIENCE EDUCATIONSOLOMON Belay-Faris, Addis Ababa University
Tarn PHILIPP, Independent Researcher
0210-03DOCUMENTING TRANSFORMATIVE STRUCTURESTarn PHILIPP, Independent Researcher
Michael GERVERS, University of Toronto

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0211 Traditional Building Technology and Comparison with Abroad

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0211-01ASPECTS AND DYNAMICS OF 'JAFORO' AS INDIGENOUS SYSTEM OF ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURAL SPACE IN GURAGEABINET Shiferaw, Lecturer in Wolkite University, Ethiopia and Social Anthropology Ph.D student at Addis Ababa Universty
0211-02SOME TOPICS TOWARDS A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF TIGRAY’S CROSS-IN-SQUARE:A WIDE-RANGING COMPARISON AMONG CHRISTIAN CROSS-IN-SQUARE CHURCHESRyo HIGUCHI, JSPS Research Fellow (PD) in Tokyo Institute of Technology
Nobuhiro SHIMIZU, PhD Candidate, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan
Hirofumi SUGAWARA, Associate Professor, Kanazawa University
0211-03COMFORTABILITY OF TIGRAY TRADITIONAL HOUSEKeita AOSHIMA, Lecturer at Shibaura Institute of Technology
Nobuhiro SHIMIZU, Ph.D Student, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio Univ.
0211-08DEMOCRACY OF IMAGERY, DOES MANY FACES IN ARCHITECTURE OF THE CITY DEMONSTRATE DEMOCRACY?EYOEL Guush Gebrewold, Lecturer at EiT-M School of Architecture and Urban Planning
MUBAREK Kedir, Assistant Lecturer at EiT-M School of Architecture and Urban Planning
0211-09BETA ISRAEL MONASTIC PRAYER-HOUSE ARCHITECTURE: AN EXAMINATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL, TEXTUAL AND ETHNOGRAPHIC SOURCESBar KRIBUS, Ruhr University, Bochum, ERC project JewsEast, Germany

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0212 Transnational Entanglements of Cultural Festivals in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa

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0212-01ASHENDA, AN INDIGENOUS GIRLS' FESTIVAL IN NORTHERN ETHIOPIA: THEORIES ON ITS ORIGINS, ITS MATERIAL AND ORAL GRADITIONS AND THEIR GENDERED INTERPRETATIONS SELAM Balehey Gebremicale, Mekelle University Institute of Environment, Gender and Development Studies
MULUBRHAN Balehegn Gebremikael, Mekelle University College of Dryland Agriculture and Natural Resources
0212-02THE ROLE OF INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION; A CASE STUDY FOR THE DOCUMENTATION, PUBLICATION AND PROMOTION OF THE INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE ENDAMEKONI, RAYA AZEBO WEREDAS OF THE SOUTHERN ZONE OF THE TIGRAY REGIONAL STATEWENDU Abreha, intangible cultural heritages
0212-03SHOW ME YOUR DANCE: REFLECTIONS ON ETHIOPIA’S FIRST INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVALKim GLÜCK, Frobenius Institute for Research in Cultural Anthropology, Germany
Sarah BUSHRA, Ankeboot Publishing House, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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0213 “Art History, Church Architecture, Liturgical Development and Historical Issues in Tigray”: Inter-Disciplinary Researches

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0213-01ST CYRICUS’ CHURCH AT WEQRO, EAST TEGRAY: A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION AND INTERPRETATION OF ITS SALIENT ARCHITECTONICS.ST CYRICUS’ CHURCH AT WEQRO, EAST TEGRAY: A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION AND INTERPRETATION OF ITS SALIENT ARCHITECTONICS.Emmanuel FRITSCH, Fellow CFEE Addis Ababa
0213-02RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE TYPOLOGICAL LINES OF ANCIENT RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS AND ITS ELABORATION IN TIGRAYMario DI SALVO, Architect, Como, ITALY (Director of the ‘Fondation Carlo Leone et Mariena Montandon’ - CH)
0213-04"THE CANOPIED CIRCUIT": RECONSTRUCTING VEILS IN MEDIEVAL ETHIOPIAN ROCK-CUT CHURCHESMikael MUEHLBAUER, Columbia University, Department of Art History and Archeology
0213-07FROM THE TECHNOLOGICAL ANALYSIS TO THE HISTORICAL STUDY OF THE MURALS OF QORQOR MARYAM (13TH C. AD?)Claire BOSC-TIESSÉ, CNRS-INHA
Sigrid MIRABAUD, INP
0213-08TOWARDS A CULTURAL HERITAGE INFORMATION SYSTEM BASED ON 3D MODELS OF ETHIOPIAN ROCK-HEWN CHURCHESAurelie FABIJANEC, School of Architecture of Paris Lavillette / UMR MAP-MAACC 3495 CNRS/MCC
François GUENA, School of Architecture of Paris Lavillette / UMR MAP-MAACC 3495 CNRS/MCC
0213-09AN UNEXPECTED DISCOVERY: THE RE-SURFACING STORY OF A LONG-FORGOTTEN METROPOLITAN ECCLESIASTICAL CENTRE AT MĀRYĀM NĀZRĒTMarie-Laure DERAT, CNRS
Emmanuel FRITSCH, CFEE
0213-11EASTERN TIGRAI IN THE CONTEXT OF ETHIOPIAN HISTORYKEBEDE Amare, Mekelle University, Ethiopia

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0214 Challenges of Modern Architecture and Urban Planning in Ethiopia

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0214-01THE DEMAND FOR RESPONSIVE ARCHITECTURAL PLANNING AND PRODUCTION IN RAPIDLY URBANIZING REGIONS: THE CASE OF ETHIOPIAHELAWI Sewnet Beshah, Ethiopian Institute of Architecture, Building Construction and City Development, Addis Ababa University (AAU)
ZEGEYE Cherenet Mamo, Ethiopian Institute of Architecture, Building Construction and City Development, Addis Ababa University (AAU)
0214-02A TALE OF MEKELLE CITY SQUARES AND STREETS: A CASE STUDY OF ROMANAT DISTRICTSARA Amare Geberemeskel, Mekelle University
DANIEL Semungus Negese, Mekelle University
0214-03WELCOME TO MEKELLE: TRACE OF URBAN SCAPE OF MEKELLE IN RELATION TO THE MASONRY TECHNIQUE AND URBAN PLANNINGNobuhiro SHIMIZU, Ph.D Candidate, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan.
Keita AOSHIMA, Lecturer, School of Architecture, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan.
ALULA Tesfay Asfha, Research Student, Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Science: World Heritage Studies, University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Rumi OKAZAKI, Lecturer, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University, Japan
0214-04ASSESSMENT OF BUILT URBAN HERITAGE IN MEKELLE CITY, ETHIOPIA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ALULA Tesfay Asfha, Research Student, Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Science (World Heritage Studies), University of Tsukuba, Japan
Nobuhiro SHIMIZU, Ph.D Candidate, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan.
0214-05HERITAGE RISK IN ETHIOPIAN HISTORICAL CITIESRumi OKAZAKI, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
Riichi MIYAKE, Tokyo University of Science, Japan

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03 Economics & Development Studies

0301 Ch’at in Ethiopia

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0301-01SOCIO-CULTURAL IMPACTS OF KHAT CULTURE ON THE LIVING STANDARD OF CHEWERS’ HOUSEHOLDS IN HARAR CITYZERIHUN Girma, Haramaya University
0301-02THE FERENJII WHO STARES AT GOATS – OBSERVATIONS FROM THE “LAND OF MÄRQANA”Till Jakob Frederik TROJER, PhD Candidate in Anthropology and Sociology at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London, United Kingdom
0301-03KHAT AN AGENT OF CHANGE IN SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL LANDSCAPES OF ETHIOPIAGESSESSE Dessie, Independent researcher
0301-04“DIFFERENT BUT THE SAME, THE SAME BUT DIFFERENT”: TWO CONTRASTING TRADING SYSTEMS IN SOUTH AND EASTERN ETHIOPIAGIRMA Negash Ture, Department of History, Addis Ababa University
0301-06BEYOND THE BAN : THE NEED FOR A FRESH APPROACH TOWARDS KHAT LAW AND POLICY IN ETHIOPIADANIEL Megersa, Mifas medical and scientific groups
0301-07CH’AT CONSUMPTION, UNEMPLOYMENT AND HOPE AMONG YOUNG MEN IN THE CITY OF MEKELLE. Gianmarco SALVATI, University of Naples
0301-08THE CHANGING FACES OF THE KHAT CULTURE: "LIVING WITH KHAT" ON THE STREETS OF ETHIOPIA AND VULNERABILITY TO POOR HEALTH, A CASE FROM MERKATO AREA OF ADDIS ABABASHEGAW Friew Admasu, Arba Minch University, Ethiopia
0301-09KHAT ABUSE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS AMONG PRISONERS IN JIMMA CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION.YIMENU Yitayih Abyu, Bahirdar Health Science College, Ethiopia
0301-10THE KHAT DEBATE IN ETHIOPIA: THE MISSING LINKZERIHUN Mohammed, Forum for Social Studies, Ethiopia
0301-11DOES URBAN DEVELOPMENT, ADMINISTRATIVE UPGRADING AND CONNECTIVITY FACILITATE THE CULTIVATION OF KHAT? SOME EVIDENCE FROM NORTH-EASTERN ETHIOPIA'.Jonathan BAKER, Department of Global Development and Planning, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Agder, Norway.
GOITOM Abera, Assistant Professor, College of Business & Economics, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
0301-12THE DILEMMA OF KHAT CHEWING AMONG THE STUDENTS OF HIGHER EDUCATION: ADDIS ABABA UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS, ETHIOPIAYOHANNES GebreMichael, Addis Ababa University
0301-13IMPACTS OF CH’AT ON ETHIOPIAN SOCIETY AND THE WAY-OUTYERASWORK Admassie, Forum for Social Studies
0301-14HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF JIMAA/KHAT CULTIVATION AND ITS EXISTING CHALLENGES ON LAKE HARAMAYA-TINIQE WATERSHED, EASTERN ETHIOPIA TILAHUN Tefera, Haramaya University
MAMO Hebo, Addis Ababa University
HIRUT Terefe, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
0301-15EFFECT OF CH'AT AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS ON NUTRITIONAL STATUS AMONG CH'AT CHEWERS AT GULELLE SUB-CITY, ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIATESFAYE Girma Legesse, Department of Nutrition Saint Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
ZEWDU Jima Takle, Department of Physiology Saint Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
MEASHO G/selassie Best, Department of Health Service Management Institute of Public Health, University of Gondar, Gondar, Ethiopia

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0303 Development and Labour in the Horn of Africa: Outlining the Contours of a Key Relationship

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0303-01TRADE UNIONS AND THE DEMOCRATIC DEVELOPMENTAL STATE IN ETHIOPIACamille Louise PELLERIN, London School of Economics, Department of International Development, UK
0303-02EMPOWERING WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN TOURISM LABOUR FORCE IN AMHARA REGION, ETHIOPIAGUBAYE Assaye Alamineh, Social anthropology, PhD candidate in peace and Development studies at Haramaya University
BIRHANIE Alemu, Social Anthropology, PhD candidate in Social Anthropology at AAU
FIKIRITE Adudga, Tourism and development, PhD candidate in peace and security at AAU
0303-04AGENCY, ORIENTATION AND POSITION OF LABOUR IN THE ETHIOPIAN POLITICAL ECONOMY: STRIKES, STRUGGLES AND WAGES, 1960-2010SAMUEL Andreas Admasie, International Institute of Social History
0303-05A CLOSED OR AN OPEN HISTORICAL PARENTHESIS? ITALIAN LABOUR AND THE “VALORISATION” POLICIES IN THE HORN OF AFRICA, 1890-1941Stefano BELLUCCI, Leiden University
0303-06SKILL FORMATION AND DIVISION OF LABOR IN ETHIOPIAN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY: FOCUSING ON EMPLOYEES IN LEATHER SHOES INDUSTRYKana MATSUBARA, Kyoto University, Japan
0303-07MILESTONES IN THE EARLY HISTORY OF LABOUR LEGISLATIONS IN ETHIOPIAGIRMA Negash Ture, Addis Ababa University, Department of History
0303-08THE SHORT-TERM IMPACTS OF FACTORY EMPLOYMENT ON THE FERTILITY CHOICES OF YOUNG MARRIED WOMEN: EVIDENCE FROM ETHIOPIA USING A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALSandra Kristine HALVORSEN, Chr. Michelsen Institute
0303-09MARGINALIZATION OF ARTISANS AND ITS SEQUELS: CASE OF CENTERAL TIGRAYWUHIBEGEZER Ferede, Blue Nile Water Institute, Bahirdar, Ethiopia
AKLILU Kahsay, Mekelle University
0303-10RECRUITING SOLDIERS. MILITARY LABOUR AND RECRUITING PRACTICES IN THE HORN OF AFRICA (1912-1941)Zaccaria MASSIMO, Università degli Studi di Pavia

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0304 Enabling Infrastructures, Redefining Territories: Ethiopia’s Regions Beyond Rural or Urban Bias

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0304-01THE CHALLENGES OF DEVELOPING THE URBAN INFORMAL SECTOR FOR INCLUSIVE URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN ETHIOPIAGETAHUN Fenta Kebede, Addis Ababa University, Center for African and Oriental Studies
0304-02PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES OF THE INNER SLUM RESIDENTS IN BAHIR DAR CITY OF ETHIOPIA: A QUEST FOR A CRITICAL LOOK AT THE ‘KOSHEKOSH’MOGES Gebreegziabher Woldu, Mekelle University
0304-03THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF LOCAL LAND DEALS DUE TO URBANIZATION AROUND BAHIR DAR, ETHIOPIAWUBANTE Fetene Admasu, 1. Department of Land and Property Valuation, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia 2.Department of Engineering Management, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Steven VAN PASSEL, 1.Department of Engineering management, University of Antwerp 2. Centre for Environmental Sciences, Hasselt University, Belgium
AMARE Sewnet, Associate Prof., Department of Geography, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
Jan NYSSEN, Prof., Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
ENYEW Adgo, Associate Prof., Department of Natural Resource Management, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
0304-06THE ETHIOPIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY NETWORK AND THE ETHIOPIA POWER GRID: A COMPLETION FOR REGIONAL INTEGRATION IN FEDERAL ETHIOPIAAlain GASCON, Institut français de géopolitique-Université Paris 8
0304-08TRANSPORT PATTERNS AND PROBLEMS OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND ITS POLICY ISSUES: CASES IN ADDIS ABABA TESSEMA Eseta, Dept of Administration and Public Management, MPMP, A.A.U
0304-09ENVISIONING THE FUTURE THROUGH INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. EXPECTATIONS OF MODERNITY IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY OF MEKELLE, TIGRAYDavide CHINIGO, Stellenbosch University
0304-10SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF DOUBLE DISCRIMINATION ON WOMEN WITH DISABILITY LIVELIHOODS IN ADIGRAT TOWN,TIGRAY SENAIT Abrha Teamr, IPHC, Mekelle University
MOGES Gebreegziabher Woldu, IPHC, Mekelle University
0304-11LANDFILL IN MEKELLE(ETHIOPIA): THE CREATION OF A “CULTURAL LANDSCAPE”Sara SAPUPPO, Sapienza Università di Roma (Italy)

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0305 Lands of the Future. Time for Innovation. Can Ethiopia Still Set a Global Example for Equitable Development?

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0305-01LAND TENURE, LAND USE, AND LIVELIHOODS IN MIDLAND GEDEO, SOUTHERN ETHIOPIAGETACHEW Senishaw, Addis Ababa University
0305-04FROM CATTLE HERDING TO CHARCOAL BURNING: LARGE-SCALE AGRIBUSINESS AND LIVELIHOOD CHANGES IN ETHIOPIA’S PASTORALIST FRONTIERS ASEBE Regassa Debelo, Dilla University
0305-06GENDER ASPECTS OF LAND ENTITLEMENT IN THE BLUE NILE WATERSHED, NORTHWESTERN ETHIOPIATAKELE Merid, Addis Ababa University, Institute of Ethiopian Studies
0305-07THE RUSH TO THE PERIPHERIES: LAND TENURE ISSUES AND LIVELIHOOD CHALLENGES OF PERI-URBAN FARMERSADDISWORK Tilahun Teklemariam, Hawassa University, Center for Policy and Development Research
MOHAMED Salih Abdelrahim, Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Rotterdam University, The Hauge, The Netherlands
Logan COCHRANE, Carleton University, Global and International Studies Faculty of Public Affairs
0305-08TAPPING THE POTENTIAL OF CROSS-BOUNDARY SYNERGY IN SOUTH-WESTERN ETHIOPIA Immo EULENBERGER, Max-Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
0305-09CULTIVATING THE AGRO-PASTORALIST DIET IN SOUTH OMO NOW AND IN THE FUTUREShauna LaTOSKY, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology (Halle/Saale)
OLISARALI Olibui, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology (Halle/Saale)
0305-10WHEN INVESTMENTS IN FARMLAND FAIL TO PRODUCE: RENT-SEEKING DISCOURSES AND LAND-USE QUESTIONS IN ETHIOPIAJonah WEDEKIND, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
0305-11PLANTATION DEVELOPMENT IN THE OMO-TURKANA BASIN: LESSONS FROM THE COLORADO AND THE ARAL SEAEdward G. J. STEVENSON, University College London
0305-13WHO MAKES THE WORLD? RE-ASSESSING LAND USE EXPERTISE IN ETHIOPIAEchi Christina GABBERT, Goettingen University, Germany ; Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Halle/Saale; Germany
0305-14FORMS OF COMMUNICATION AND NON-COMMUNICATION IN LAND USE MANAGEMENTGünther SCHLEE, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle
0305-15‘ANACHRONISTIC LAND POLICIES’ OR ‘DEVELOPMENTAL AMNESIA’: LAND GOVERNANCE IN CONTEMPORARY ETHIOPIAFANA Gebresenbet, Institute for Peace and Security Studies, Addis Ababa University
0305-17'GOVERNANCE' - A PASTORALIST INTERPRETATION FROM THE LOWER OMOSabine TROEGER, University of Bonn, Germany
0305-19LAND DEALS IN ETHIOPIA: THE NUER PASTORALISTS IN GAMBELLA REGIONAL WONDWOSEN Seide, Lund University
0305-21COMMUNAL LAND RIGHTS IN ETHIOPIA: A LIVELIHOOD PERSPECTIVE BASED ON THE CASE OF GAMO-GOFA ZONENIGATU Bekele Mengesha, Dilla University

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0306 Vulnerability and New Solidarities Among Ethiopian Pastoralists: Renegotiating Power and Identities in Ethiopia’s Pastoral Borderlands

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0306-01ADEQUATE CONSULTATION AND DIALOGUE WITH LOCAL COMMUNITY; UNLOCKING THE UNTAPPED POTENTIAL FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT; EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH OMO ZONEMOHAMMED Yimer, Arba Minch University
0306-02ASSET OR DETRIMENT?: INFORMAL CROSS-BORDER SOCIO-ECONOMIC RELATIONS IN ETHIOPIA-KENYA BORDER AND IMPLICATIONS FOR LOCAL DEVELOPMENTYETEBAREK Hizekeal Zekareas, Institute of Indigenous Studies, Dilla University
Randi HAUGLAND, University of Tromso
0306-03VULNERABILITY AND ADAPTATION STRATEGIES OF RURAL LIVELIHOOD TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN CASE OF LIBO KEMKEM DISTRICT, SOUTH GONDER ZONES, ETHIOPIA MELESE Worku, Debre Tabor University
SAMAL Sahela, Gonder Universty
ABAY Banhun, Debera Markos
0306-05DEVELOPMENT AND PASTORALISM: Saverio KRATLI, IUAES Commission on Nomadic Peoples
0306-06UNDERSTANDING THE DYNAMISM IN PASTORAL AREAS AS POINT OF DEPARTURE FOR APPROPRIATE PLANNING: EXPERIENCES FROM SOMALI REGION,ETHIOPIA YOHANNES GebreMichael, Addis Ababa University
0306-07TRADITIONAL LEADERS OF AFAR AND THE DYNAMICS OF PASTORALIST STATE INTERACTION EVIDENCE FROM LOWER AWASH VALLEY OF AFAR REGIONAL STATEANNILEY E. Tessema, Debre Birhan University

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0307 Entrepreneurship, Enterprises and Social Responsibility

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0307-02VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSMES): A SURVEY STUDY ON SELECTED SECTOR OF MSMES IN TIGRAYRAHWA Gebre Tesfahuney, Asst. Professor in Mekelle University and PhD Candidate in Development Studies (Environment and Development) in AAU, Ethiopia
0307-03CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR SOCIAL DIMENSION OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN ETHIOPIA: A CONCEPTUAL ANALYSISTESFAYE Fentaw Nigatu, Wollo University, Ethiopia
0307-04RURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND SUCCESS: THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL LITERATURE REVIEWABRAHAM Abebe, Lecturer Assosa University / PhD candidate Punjabi, University Patiala, India
0307-05DETERMINANTS OF SELF EMPLOYMENT DECISION IN WEST SHOA ZONE, OROMIA REGION, ETHIOPIASILESHI Talegeta, Department of Management, Ambo University
ZEWDU Adefris, Department of Economics, College of Business & Economics, Ambo University

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0308 Rural Development: Recent Research on the Socioeconomic Situation of Farmers

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0308-02PUBLIC MEETINGS AND CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMSHAGOS Nigussie, Mekelle University
0308-03RURAL LABOUR DISPLACEMENT AND CLIMATE VARIABILITY IN CENTRAL ETHIOPIA: PANEL DATA APPROACHAREGA Shumetie, Haramaya University
0308-05SMALLHOLDER FARMERS’ PARTICIPATION IN SEED PRODUCING COOPERATIVES IN SOUTHERN ZONE OF TIGRAY, ETHIOPIAHAGOS Kidane, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute (TARI), Alamata Agricultural Research Center, P.O. Box 56, Alamata, Ethiopia
TESFAYE Lemma, Haramaya University, Department of Rural Development and Agricultural Extension, Haramaya, Ethiopia
GIRMAY Tesfay, Mekelle University, Department of Natural Resources Economics and Management, Mekelle, Ethiopia
0308-06CAN WE MODEL IRRIGATION POTENTIAL IN A DATA SCARCE ENVIRONMENT?MEHARI Hiben, Tigray Water Bureau
0308-07IDEAS AND THE EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL PROTECTION IN ETHIOPIA: THE PRODUCTIVE SAFETY NET PROGRAMME AND COMMUNITY-BASED HEALTH INSURANCETom LAVERS, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester
0308-08THE INSTITUTION OF MAHBER: AN ENGINE FOR DEVELOPMENT OR A SOURCE EXTRAVAGANCEABRAHA Weldu, Bule Hora University
0308-09THE ROLE OF MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS IN POVERTY REDUCTION AMONG THE RURAL POOR IN ETHIOPIA: IN THE CASE OF OMO MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTION IN GURAGE ZONETOLLERA Tesema, Dept of Admin. and Public Management, MPMP, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
0308-10FARMERS MARKET ACCESS AND CASH CROP ADOPTION: EVIDENCE FROM NORTH SHOA ZONE ETHIOPIA ABDELLA Kosa, Lecturer at Kotebe Metropolitan University
IDRIS Mohammad, Lecturer at Debre Berhan University

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0309 Development Aid, Food Security Programmes and the Effects

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0309-01DOES FOREIGN AID HELP TO IMPROVE EXPORT ORIENTATION IN ETHIOPIA? SINTAYOH Fissha, Grant MacEwan University
0309-02CONVERGENCE OF SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT (SLM), PRODUCTIVE SAFETY NET PROGRAM (PSNP) AND AGRICULTURAL GROWTH PROGRAM (AGP) TOWARDS ENHANCING FOOD SECURITY IN ETHIOPIA: CASE STUDIES IN AMHARA REGIONDEGEFA Tolossa, College of Development Studies, Addis Ababa University
0309-03MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT AID NEGOTIATION Gabrielle BAYLE, SOAS, London
0309-04KNOWLEDGE COPRODUCTION & FOOD SECURITY RESEARCHLogan COCHRANE, Carleton University

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04 Education & Pedagogical Science

0403 Modern Education in Ethiopia: Challenges for Teachers and Learners

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0403-01TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS AND PRACTICES OF COLLABORATIVE LEARNING INSTRUCTIONS IN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE CLASSROOM: THE CASE OF ASSOSA UNIVERSITY, ETHIOPIAMAMO Shigute, Assosa University, Ethiopia
TAMIRU Abera, Assosa University
0403-02CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES IN ETHIOPIA: THE CASE OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER EDUCATION IN OROMIA REGIONAL STATE &PROTOTYPING LEARNER-CENTERED CURRICULUM FOR GRADE THREE MATHEMATICS IN ETHIOPIAFEYERA Beyessa, Lecturer at Wollega University / PhD candidate in Curriculum Studies at AAU
0403-03THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN SCRIPT AND PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS: IMPLICATIONS FOR TRANSFER LITERACY TEACHING METHODOLOGYAija Katriina AHLBERG, Addis Ababa University, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
0403-06CAN LOCAL LANGUAGE LEARNING MATERIALS BE DEVELOPED TO IMPROVE THE LITERACY SKILLS OF YOUNG LEARNERS FOR LIFE SKILLS AND PREPARE THEM FOR PROGRESSION TO SECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION WHERE ENGLISH LANGUAGE REMAINS THE MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION?Helen PAPWORTH, Researcher
0403-07INCLUSIVE EDUCATION AND THE ROLE OF RECOURSE CENTRES IN THE ETHIOPIAN CONTEXT Jan ŠIŠKA, Charles University, Faculty of Education, Czech Republic
YIRGASHEWA Bekele Abdi, Addis Ababa University

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0404 Managing Universities and Quality of Higher Education

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0404-02TEACHERS TURNOVER , TURNOVER INTENTION AND THEIR IMPACT IN THE QUALITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS EDUCATION OF ETHIOPIABERHANE Kidane Gebru, Addigrat University
0404-03PRACTICES, PERCEPTIONS AND CHALLENGES OF PROFESSIONAL MENTORING IN ASSURING QUALITY EDUCATION IN ETHIOPIA. (THE CASE OF AKSUM UNIVERSITY)TEKLAY Kahsay, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
0404-04THE CRITICAL ROLE OF EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT IN TRANSFORMING AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES THROUGH INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIPS: CASES FROM ETHIOPIASISAY Asefa, Director of the Center for African Development Policy Research (CADPR), Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
TEREFE Degefa, Associate Professor of Population and Development Studies, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
0404-05EFFECTS OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT ON EMPLOYEES’ TURNOVER INTENTION AT ETHIOPIAN MANAGEMENT INSTITUTEMESFIN Lemma, Associate professor at International Leadership Institute, Ethiopia
HAYGET Adhana, Senior consultant & Trainer, Ethiopian Management Institute, Ethiopia
0404-06GENDER AND LEADERSHIP IN ETHIOPIAN UNIVERSITIES- A STUDY IN SELECTED WORKING PLACES OF ADDIS ABEBA UNIVERSITY, MAIN CAMPUSRAHWA Gebre Tesfahuney, Asst. Professor in Mekelle University and PhD Candidate in Development Studies (Environment and Development) in AAU, Ethiopia

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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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06 Human Geography, Environment & Ecology

0602 Developing Waters, Crafting the State, and Remaking Society in Ethiopia

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0602-06SCALING UP COLLECTIVE ACTIONS OF SMALLHOLDER FARMERS IN LARGE-SCALE IRRIGATION SCHEMES, ETHIOPIAATAKILTE Beyene, The Nordic Africa Institute, SE-75236 Uppsala, Sweden
0602-07HYDRAULIC MISSIONS, RUINS AND REVIVAL: POLITICS OF SPACE IN THE TANA-BELES BASIN FROM 1985 TO TODAYKristin FEDELER, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland
0602-08GERD: RESHAPING DIASPORA AND OROMO ENGAGEMENT WITH THE STATE DEVELOPMENT PLANSAbeer R.Y. ABAZEED, Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs - Leiden University, The Netherlands
0602-16THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF KOGA DAM IRRIGATION WATER ON AGRICULTURE IN NORTHWEST ETHIOPIA: EVIDENCE FROM A STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELMARKOSE Chekol Zewdie, Department of Engineering Management, University of Antwerp, Belgium; and Department of Economics, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
Steven VAN PASSEL, Department of Engineering Management, University of Antwerp, Belgium; Centre for Environmental Sciences, Hasselt University, Belgium.
Jan COOLS, Department of Engineering Management, University of Antwerp, Belgium and Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Jan NYSSEN, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
ENYEW Adgo, Department of Natural Resource Management, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
AMARE Sewnet, Department of Geography Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
DAREGOT Berihun, Department of Economics Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
ZEMEN Ayalew, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
Sofie ANNYS, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
0602-17HISTORICAL ECOLOGY OF WATER MANAGEMENT IN NORTHERN ETHIOPIAFederica SULAS, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions, Aarhus University, Denmark.
0602-18THE QUEST FOR HYDRO HEGEMONY AND THE CHANGING POWER RELATION IN THE EASTERN NILE BASINGASHAW Ayferam, Wollo University
0602-19NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE ETHIO-EGYPT RELATIONS OVER THE HYDRO-POLITICS OF NILE: ASSESSING THE CHALLENGES TO OPTIMAL COOPERATION ENDALCACHEW Bayeh, Ambo University
0602-20COOPERATION ENDEAVORS AND INSTITUTION BUILDING IN THE NILE RIVER BASIN: OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTSTESFAYE Tafesse, Addis Ababa University, Center for African & Oriental Studies
0602-21GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM (GERD) VS ETHNIC NATIONALISM NEXUS: ITS IMPLICATIONYIRGALEM Haile, Istanbul University

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0604 New Water-Energy Paradigms? Ethiopia’s Expanding Hydroelectric Infrastructure: Challenges and Opportunities for Domestic and Regional Energy Futures

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0604-02THE ROLE OF MAINSTREAM AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN SHAPING DEBATES AND NEGOTIATIONS OVER THE GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM. EVIDENCES FROM ETHIOPIA, SUDAN AND EGYPT.Emanuele FANTINI, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education
Iginio GAGLIARDONE, University of Witswatersand, Johannesburg
WONDWOSEN Michago Seide, University of Lund
GERAWORK Aynejulu, independent researcher
0604-03GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM AND ETHIO-EGYPTIAN RELATIONS: THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN SECURITIZATION AND DE-SECURITIZATIONSHIMELLIS Hailu, Wollo University
0604-04ASSESSING THE POTENTAIL OF RUN-OF-RIVER (ROR) HYDROPOWER ENERGY IN UPPER BLUE NILE BASIN, ETHIOPIAWULETAWU Abera, International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
LULSEGED Tamene, International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
0604-05DOWNSIDES FOR DOWNSTREAM LIVING COMMUNITIES – THE CASE OF THE TANA-BELES HYDROPOWER PROJECTSofie ANNYS, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
ENYEW Adgo, Department of Natural Resource Management, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
TESFAALEM Ghebreyohannes, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
Steven VAN PASSEL, Department of Engineering Management, University of Antwerp, Belgium; Centre for Environmental Sciences, Hasselt University, Belgium
Joost DESSEIN, Department of Agricultural Economics, Ghent University, Belgium
Jan NYSSEN, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
0604-07THE GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM AS ENERGY DISCOURSEWONDWOSEN Michago Seide, Lund University

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0605 Climate and Its Impact on Livelihood

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0605-01THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON AGRICULTURE AND LIVELIHOOD OF SMALL HOLDER FARMERS INCASE LIBO KEMKEM DISTRICT, SOUTH GONDER ZONES, ETHIOPIAMELESE Worku, Debre Tabor University
SAMAL Sahela, Gonder Universty
ABAY Banhun, Debre Markos
0605-02REVISITING INDIGENOUS BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC WEATHER FORECASTING FOR POSSIBLE INTEGRATION WITH SCIENTIFIC WEATHER PREDICTION: A CASE FROM THE BORANA PEOPLE OF SOUTH ETHIOPIA DESALEGN Yayeh, Addis Ababa University, Center For Food Security Studies
0605-03CLIMATE GOVERNANCE AND GENDER: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IDENTIFIED FROM ETHIOPIA'S CLIMATE RESILIENT GREEN ECONOMY STRATEGYAZEB Assefa Mersha, Ethiopian Civil Service University
0605-04THE ROLE OF PROTECTED NATURAL VEGETATION ON CARBON SEQUESTRATION POTENTIAL IN SOUTHERN TIGRAY, ETHIOPIA. IMPLICATION FOR CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION.TESFAY Atsbha, Tigray Agriculture Research Institute, Ethiopia
ANTENEH Belayneh, Haramaya University
TESSEMA Zewudu, Haramaya University
0605-05IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON GROUNDWATER RECHARGE AND BASE FLOW IN THE SUB-CATCHMENT OF TEKEZE BASIN, ETHIOPIAKIFLOM Degef Kahsay, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute, Alamata center, Ethiopia
Santosh PINGALE, Department of Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering, Arba Minch Institute of Technology, Arba Minch University
SAMUEL Dagalo Hatiye, Department of Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering, Arba Minch Institute of Technology, Arba Minch University

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0607 Landscape Change and Land Use Change

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0607-02THE IMPACT OF SETTLEMENT HISTORY AND EXPANSION ON LANDSCAPE DYNAMICS IN NORTHERN ETHIOPIAZBELO Tesfamariam, Ghent University, Mekelle University
Jan NYSSEN, Ghent University
TESFAALEM Ghebreyohannes, Mekelle University
AMANUEL Zenebe, Mekelle University
KELEMEWORK Tafere, Mekelle University
Veerle VAN EETVELDE, Ghent University
0607-03DRIVING FORCES OF LANDSCAPE CHANGE IN THE MARGINAL GRABENS OF NORTHERN ETHIOPIAZBELO Tesfamariam, Ghent University, Mekelle University
Jan NYSSEN, Ghent University
TESFAALEM Ghebreyohannes, Mekelle University
AMANUEL Zenebe, Mekelle University
KELEMEWORK Tafere, Mekelle University
Veerle VAN EETVELDE, Ghent University
0607-04TRANSITION FROM FOREST-BASED TO CEREAL-BASED AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS: A REVIEW OF THE DRIVERS OF LAND USE CHANGE AND DEGRADATION IN SOUTHWEST ETHIOPIAHENOK Kassa, Mizan-Tepi University
Jan NYSSEN, Gent University
Stefaan DONDEYNE,Prof., KU Leuven
Jean POESEN, Prof., KU Leuven
Amaury FRANKL,PhD, Ghent University
Jan NYSSEN, Prof.,Ghent University
0607-05STREAM DYNAMICS RELATED LAND CHANGES AND IMPLICATIONS TO LAND MANAGEMENT IN A MARGINAL GRABEN ALONG THE NORTHERN ETHIOPIAN RIFT VALLEYBIADGILGN Demissie, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
Amaury FRANKL, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
Paolo BILLI, International Platform for Dryland Research and Education (IPDRE), Tottori University, Japan
MITIKU Haile, Department of Land Resource Management and Environmental Protection, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
Veerle VAN EETVELDE, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
Jan NYSSEN, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Belgium
0607-06LONG-TERM LANDSCAPE CHANGES IN RELATION TO RAINFALL VARIABILITY AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN THE NORTHERN ETHIOPIAN HIGHLANDSTESFAALEM G. Asfaha, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Mekelle University, Mekelle, Ethiopia
MITIKU Haile, Department of Land Resources Management and Environmental Protection, Mekelle University, Mekelle, Ethiopia
Amaury FRANKL, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Krijgslaan 281 (S8), B-9000 Ghent, Belgium
AMANUEL Abraha, Department of Land Resources Management and Environmental Protection, Mekelle University, Mekelle, Ethiopia
Jan NYSSEN, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Krijgslaan 281 (S8), B-9000 Ghent, Belgium
0607-07INTEGRATING NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY TO THE MILITARY MISSION: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN RECOGNIZING MILITARY LANDS AS ALTERNATIVE BIO DIVERSITY SANCTUARIES IN ETHIOPIADESSALEGN Dache Oulte, MINISTRY OF NATIONAL DEFENSE,JOINT MILITARY STAFF COLLEGE, Mekelle, Ethiopia

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0608 Water Resources, Irrigation and Rainfall

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0608-01TRADITIONAL METHOD OF FERMENTED KOCHO WASHING FORTIFYING ANTHROPOGENIC STRESS ON WATER RESOURCE AND ENSET PLANT IN HADIYA ZONE,ETHIOPIAALEMNEH Teshale Habebo, Former Technical Engineer at Gibe III and Grand Renaissance Dam project of Ethiopia with Salini Impregilo, Self-initiated researcher, Ethiopia
0608-02EFFECTS OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION ON VEGETATION COVER: A REMOTE SENSING BASED STUDY IN THE MIDDLE SILLUH VALLEY, NORTHERN ETHIOPIASOLOMON Hishe, Mekelle University; University of Dar es Salaam
WOLDEAMLAK Bewket, Addis Ababa University
James LYIMO, University of Dar es Salaam
0608-03SPATE FLOW AND SEDIMENT OPTIMIZATION IN SPATE IRRIGATION DIVERSION STRUCTURES HINTSA Libsekal Gebremariam, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute
0608-04SPATIO-TEMPORAL TREND ANALYSIS OF RAINFALL AND TEMPERATURE USING STATISTICAL APPROACH AND ITS IMPLICATION ON CROP PRODUCTION IN BERESSA WATERSHED, ETHIOPIATESFA Worku, Debre Berhan University and Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
0608-05ASSESSMENT OF BACTERIOLOGICAL AND PHYSIO CHEMICAL QUALITY OF DRINKING WATER IN CASE OF SHAMBU TOWN, OROMIA,ETHIOPIAMULATU Kassa Gedamu, Debre Tabor University
0608-06OPTIMIZING YIELD AND WATER USE EFFICIENCY OF FURROW IRRIGATED POTATO UNDER DIFFERENT DEPTH OF IRRIGATION WATER LEVELS HINTSA Libsekal Gebremariam, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute
KIDANE Welde Reda, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute
KIFLOM Degef Kahsay, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute
0608-07IDENTIFICATION AND PRIORITIZATION OF SUBWATERSHEDS FOR LAND AND WATER MANAGEMENT IN TEKEZE DAM WATERSHED, NORTHERN ETHIOPIAKIDANE Welde Reda, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute, Alamata Agricultural Research center
0608-08OPTIMIZING IRRIGATION WATER LEVELS TO IMPROVE YIELD AND WATER USE EFFICIENCY OF VEGETABLES: CASE STUDY OF TOMATO KIDANE Welde Reda, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute, Alamata Agricultural Research center
HINTSA Libsekal Gebremariam, Tigray Agricultural Research Institution, Alamata Agricultural Research center
KIFLOM Degef, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute, Alamata Agricultural Research centre

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0609 Ecological Systems and Population

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0609-01SPATIAL VARIATIONS OF CHILD UNDERNUTRITION IN EAST GOJJAM ZONE, ETHIOPIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR AGROECOSYSTEM BASED GEOGRAPHICAL TARGETED INTERVENTION.ZEWDIE Aderaw Alemu, Debre Markos University
0609-02DISEASE ECOLOGY OF METEKEL, 1890S TO 1990SAYENEW Fenta, PhD Candidate at AAu
0609-03ASSESSMENT OF FACTORS INFLUENCING ADOPTION OF AGROFORESTRY TECHNOLOGIES IN HALABA SPECIAL WOREDA, SOUTHERN ETHIOPIAMIHRETU Erjabo, Debre Tabor University
0609-04EFFECT OF GEOMORPHIC PROCESSES ON THE LIVELIHOODS OF POOR FARMERS ALONG THE MARGINAL GRABENS OF NORTHERN ETHIOPIAHAILEMARIAM Meaza, Geography and Environmental Studies, Mekelle University
BELETE Fentaye, Raya Qobo Woreda Agricultural Office
Jan NYSSEN, Department of Geography, Gent University
BIADGILGN Demissie, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Mekelle University
TESFAALEM G. Asfaha, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Mekelle University
0609-05NARRATIVES AND PRACTICES OF THE ETHIOPIAN GREEN ECONOMY. ON PROCESSES OF POLICY MOBILITY AND LOCAL EMBEDDEDNESS. Camilla BERGLUND, School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, Örebro University, Sweden.
DESALEGN Wanna, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Addis Ababa University
0609-06SOIL CONSERVATION AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN THE ETHIOPIAN HIGHLANDS ALEMTSEHAY Teklay Subhatu, Centre for Development and Environment, Hallerstrasse 12, 3012 Bern, Switzerland. Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Hallerstrasse 10, 3012 Bern, Switzerland

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0610 Recent Studies on Energy, Waste, Sedimentation, Erosion

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0610-01RURAL POPULATION AND ENERGY: COSTS AND BENEFITS OF BIOGAS PLANTS DEVELOPMENT AT HOUSEHOLD LEVEL IN THREE SELECTED AREAS OF TIGRAYRAHWA Gebre Tesfahuney, PhD Candidate in Development Studies (Environment and Development) in AAU, Ethiopia
0610-02DISCLOSING THE DILEMMA OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ROBE TOWNDUGUMA Erasu, Madda Walabu University
TESFAYE Feye, Madda Walabu University
AMAHA Kiros Gebreegziabher, Lecturer at Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Axum University, Ethiopia
ABEL Balew Bimrew, Assistant Lecturer at Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Madda Walabu University
0610-03SEDIMENT YIELD AT SOUTHWEST ETHIOPIA’S FOREST FRONTIERHENOK Kassa, Mizan-Tepi University
Jan NYSSEN, Gent University
Amaury FRANKL, PhD, Gent University
Stefaan DONDEYNE, Prof.,KU Leuven
Jean POESEN,Prof.,KU Leuven
Jan NYSSEN, Prof., Gent University
0610-04ASSESSING RUNOFF AND SOIL EROSION BY WATER USING GIS AND RS TECHNIQUES AT MIDMAR CATCHMENT, NORTHERN ETHIOPIATSEGAY Aregawi, Institute of Geo-information and Earth Observation Sciences, Mekelle University, Ethiopia.
AMANUEL Zenebe, Department of Land Resources Management and Environmental Protection, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
ATNKUT Mezgebu, Department of Land Resources Management and Environmental Protection, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
0610-05WET AIR OXIDATION:IN PERSPECTIVEGETACHEW Dagnew, Addis Ababa University

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07 Law, Governance & Political Economy

0701 Historical Dimensions of Citizenship and Belonging in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa

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0701-01SLIDING ITALIAN CITIZENSHIP: MAKING AND MOULDING LEGAL AND SOCIAL CATEGORIES IN PRESENT-DAY HORN OF AFRICAValentina FUSARI, University of Pavia
0701-02SOLDIER-CITIZEN TRAINING: THE BOY SCOUTS MOVEMENT IN LATE IMPERIAL ETHIOPIAKatrin BROMBER, Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient
0701-03COLONIAL SUBJECTS. RACIAL DISCOURSE AND INSTITUTIONAL SEGREGATION DURING THE ITALIAN RULE IN THE HORN OF AFRICA.Nicola CAMILLERI, University of Pavia, Italy
0701-04THE CHALLENGE OF BUILDING INSTITUTIONS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS FOR PROGRESS IN GLOBAL ECONOMY AND SOCIETY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: THE CASE OF ETHIOPIA AND SELECTED AFRICA AND ASIAN STATESSISAY Asefa, Distinguished Service Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for African Development Policy Research (CADPR), Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
0701-05SOME KEY FEATURES OF THE CITIZENSHIP IN RURAL ABYSSINIA: THE 1970’S AND THE 2010’SRené LEFORT, Independent researcher

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0702 "Justice from Below" Panel 1: Searching for a Right to the City in a Transitional Urban Ethiopia.

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0702-01RIGHTS FROM THE STREET CORNER IN MEKELLE. AN ETHNOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF AN UNRULY YOUTH GROUP IN THE MUTABLE URBAN SCENARIO.Mario MARASCO, Sapienza University of Rome
0702-02RESHAPING URBAN POWERS AND SOCIETY IN HOMEOWNERS COMMITTEEMarie BRIDONNEAU, French Centre of Ethiopian Studies (cfee), Addis Abeba / Nanterre University
Sabine PLANEL, IMAF
0702-03THE CONDOMINIUM HOUSING PROGRAMME IN ETHIOPIA: A RESEARCH RECONNAISSANCE TO ITS NEIGHBORHOOD SOCIAL CAPITAL IMPLICATIONSHONE Mandefro, School of Sociology and Social Work, University of Gondar, Visiting Researcher , McGill University, Montreal , Canad
MESFIN Setargie, Department of Sociology, Debre Berhan University
SOLOMON Abrha, School of Sociology and Social Work, University of Gondar, GEBEYEHU Begashaw, Department of Psychology, University of Gonda
0702-04ADDIS ABABA MIDDLE CLASSES AND URBAN RENEWALS: STRATEGIC AND CONSTRAINED COMPOSITIONSClélie NALLET, Research Fellow, French Institute of International Relations, Paris
0702-05PUBLIC HOUSING PROVISION AND HOUSING CONDITION OF CONDOMINIUM APPLICANTS IN ADDIS ABABADAWIT Gorems, Mekelle University

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0703 Legal Pluralism in Ethiopia. The Interplay of International, National and Customary Law

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0703-04THE USE AND ABUSE OF CONSENT IN CUSTOMARY DISPUTE RESOLUTION MECHANISMS (CDRMS) THROUGH SHIMGILINNA DESALEGN Amsalu, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University
0703-05DYNAMICS OF PLURAL LEGAL CONSTELLATION:CUSTOMARY,RELIGIOUS AND STATE JUSTICE SYSTEMS AMONG THE SILTIE PEOPLE,SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA KAIREDIN Tezera, Addis Ababa university
0703-07UNDERSTANDING LEGAL PLURALISM IN ETHIOPIA. AN EXAMPLE OF THE SERA CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM OF THE HALABA PEOPLE ZELALEM T. Sirna, Dilla University
MOTI Mosissa, Dilla University
0703-10THE APPROPRIATION OF STATE LAW IN THE PERIPHERIES CUSTOMIZED UNDERSTANDING AND USAGE OF STATE LAW AMONG THE BASHADA OF SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA Susanne EPPLE, Frobenius Institute, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
0703-12A WESTERNIZING AFRICAN STATE AND THE LAWS OF ITS HETEROGENEOUS SOCIETY: TOWARDS THE RAISON D'ÊTRE OF THE ETHIOPIAN LEGAL PLURALISM PIVOTING TRADITION OVER MODERNITY HAILE Muluken Akalu, Mekelle University
0703-15ETHIOPIAN INTERNATIONAL LEGAL HISTORIES - BEYOND THE AFRO-EUROPEAN DICHOTOMYJakob ZOLLMANN, WZB Berlin Social Science Center
0703-16THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS STANDARDS AND THE RIGHT TO CULTURAL SELF DETERMINATION OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN ETHIOPIAGETACHEW Assefa, Addis Ababa University School of Law
0703-17CLASHING VALUES, ARMED CONFLICT IN HAMAR WOREDA: THE 2014/15 CONFLICT AND ITS AFTERMATH YOHANNES Yitbarek Ejigu, PhD Candidate at the Max Planck Institute for social Anthropology
0703-18FORUM SHOPPING BETWEEN CUSTOMARY AND FORMAL LAWS AMONG THE TULAMA OROMO OF ETHIOPIAMELAKU Abera, Jimma University
0703-19THE IMPACTS OF RIVALRY BETWEEN BORANA AND OROMO CUSTOMARY LAW AND THE ETHIOPIAN STATE LAW IN CRIMINAL MATTERS: LOOKING FOR A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE ABERRA Degefa, Addis Ababa University
0703-20A CONTESTED CUSTOM AND RENEGOTIATIONS OVER LAND-GIFT AND INHERITENCE IN THE COURSE OF LAND FORMALIZATION PROCESS IN ETHIOPIA: THE CASE OF DANNO DISTRICT GIRMA Hundessa, PhD student at Addis Ababa University
0703-21INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE BASED ON ETHIOPIAN LEGAL CODESZuzanna AUGUSTYNIAK, Department of African Languages and Cultures, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw
0703-22RESPONDING TO LAND-BASED CONFLICT IN ETHIOPIA: THE LAND RIGHTS OF ETHNIC MINORITIES UNDER FEDERALISMTom LAVERS, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester
0703-23THE DYNAMICS AND INTERPLAY OF TRADITIONAL AND MODERN CONFLICT RESOLUTION MECHANISMS AMONG THE ETHIOPIAN SOMALISSAMUEL Negash, Addis Ababa University
0703-24CONTEMPORARY PRACTICES OF CUSTOMARY CONFLICT RESOLUTION MECHANISM: THE ROLES OF BOKKUU (CULTURAL) CENTERS AMONG MACHAA OROMOTEREFE Mitiku, Jimma University, Ethiopia
JEMILA Adam,
MEGERSA Raggas
WAKTOLE Hailu
0703-25 PROTECTION OF LOCAL MINORITY RIGHTS UNDER REGIONAL STATES: A STUDY ON AWI NATIONALITY ADMINISTRATIVE ZONE, AMHARA NATIONAL REGIONAL STATE, ETHIOPIAALEMNEH Agajie, Injibara College of Teachers' Education
0703-26A PENCIL WITHOUT SHARPENER; LOCAL GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP VERSUS GROWTH AND TRANSFORMATION PLAN IMPLEMENTATIONKIFLE Worku, Dilla University
TEFERA Assefa, Dilla University
0703-27A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE MICRO AND MACRO-LEVEL RESPONSES TO THE KARRAYU-ARGOBBA CONFLICT IN THE AWASH VALLEY, ETHIOPIAMELESE Teshome, Arba Minch University

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0704 Local Government in Ethiopia: Democratic, Developmental & Accommodative of Regional Minorities?

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0704-01THE NATURE AND FUTURE OF HUMAN RIGHTS PRACTICE IN THE RESETTLEMENT CORNERS OF ETHIOPIA: RESETTLEMENT AREAS OF BENISHANGUL GUMUZ REGIONAL STATEABRHAM Meareg, Assosa University
TANO Geter, Welkite University
0704-03ON ‘GOOD GOVERNANCE’: RECONCILING STATE AND VERNACULAR VIEWS IN SOUTHWEST ETHIOPIA Jon ABBINK, Leiden University
0704-05CONSTITUTIONALITY SUSPECT PROVISIONS IN SUB-NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONS AND LEGISLATION DEALING WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENTZEMELAK Ayitenew Ayele, Centre for Federal Studies: Addis Ababa University
0704-06LOCAL LEVEL DECENTRALIZATION IN ETHIOPIA: CASE STUDY OF TIGRAY REGIONAL STATEASSEFA Fiseha, Addis Ababa University, Federal Studies
0704-07LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND DECENTRALIZED SERVICE DELIVERY IN ETHIOPIA: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SIX RURAL AND URBAN WOREDAS KETEMA Wakjira, Center for Federal Studies, Addis Ababa University
ASNAKE Kefale, Department of Political Science and International Relations
0704-08MOBILIZING FINANCIAL RESOURCES FOR LOCAL DEVELOPMENT: CASE STUDIES OF URBAN AND RURAL WEREDAS IN TIGRAY AND SNNPRS IN ETHIOPIA SOLOMON Negussie, Addis Ababa University
0704-09ETHIOPIAN "ETHNIC" FEDERALISM: THE ROLE OF THE FEDERAL SUPREME COURT Costanza NICOLOSI, University of Catania School of Law
Giancarlo A. FERRO, University of Catania School of Law
0704-11THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DECENTRALIZATION POLICY IN BENISHANGUL GUMUZ REGIONMEBRATU Alemu, Development Study, Arba Minch University

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0705 The Political Economy of Ethnicity and Cultural Identities in Northeastern Ethiopia

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0705-01CATHOLICISM IN TIGRAY: AN ESSAY OF HISTORIOGRAPHICAL REINTERPRETATIONSAMUEL Kidane, Aksum University
TSEGAY Berhe, Addis Ababa University
YOHANNES Gebreselassie
0705-02THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF LABOUR MIGRATION IN INDIGENOUS SALT PRODUCTION SYSTEM IN 20TH CENTURY (NORTHEASTERN ETHIOPIA)TSEGAY Berhe, Addis Ababa University
0705-03ETHNIC FEDERALISM, AND NEW REGIONALISM: CONFLICT AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE OF ABA’ALA, AN AGRO-PASTORALIST IN ETHIOPIANSINTAYOH Fissha, MacEwan University
0705-04WAQF DOCUMENTS IN ARABIC AUTHORED BY COPTIC METROPOLITANS OF ETHIOPIA IN THE MID 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURIESYOHANNES Gebreselassie, University of Paris, Panthéon Sorbonne
HASSEN Muhammed, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Abeba University
0705-05TRENDS OF CHANGE IN RELIGIOUS IDENTITY AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR TOLERANCE AND CO-EXISTENCE IN NORTH EASTERN ETHIOPIA: CASE STUDY OF ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAMMAHARI Yohans, Mekelle Univeraity
0705-07GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL ROOTS OF THE FOUNDING FATHERS OF HAMUSHTE ZUFANMULUWORK Kidanemariam, Mekelle University
0705-08LAND, SETTLEMENT AND ETHNIC BOUNDARIES IN URBAN AND PERI-URBAN SETTINGS: THE CASE AFAR AND TEGRAYANS OF AB’ALA TOWN AND ITS SURROUNDINGS (NORTHEASTERN ETHIOPIA), C.1950S-2010STSEGAY Berhe, Addis Ababa University

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0706 Studies on Legal History of Modern Ethiopia

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0706-01CONSTITUTIONS IN ETHIOPIAN HISTORY: REFLECTION ON IMPORTANT HISTORICAL LANDMARKS KALEAB Tadesse Sigatu, PhD Student at the Doctoral School of Military Sciences, NUPS, Hungary and Lecturer at the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Ambo University, Ethiopia
0706-02A HISTORY OF SOCIAL CHANGE AND CRIME OCCURANCE: PATTERNS AND TRENDS IN NORTH GONDAR, 1941-1991DEREJE Workayehu, Lecturer, Department of History and Heritage Management, University of Gondar, Ethiopia
0706-03IMPACT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ATTRIBUTES ON INFORMATION DISCLOSURE: EVIDENCE FROM ETHIOPIAN BANKING SECTORTESHOME Dula, Andhra University, India
K.Sambasiva RAO, Andhra University, India

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08 Philology, Literature & Linguistics

0801 Automatic Text Processing and Digital Humanities for Ethiopian Language and Culture

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0801-01DIGITAL LEXICON LINGUAE AETHIOPICAEPietro LIUZZO, Universität Hamburg
0801-02BETA MAṢĀḤƎFT: MANUSCRIPTS OF ETHIOPIA AND ERITREAPietro LIUZZO, Universität Hamburg
0801-03PLACE NAMES IN THE CHRONICLE OF KING GÄLAWDEWOS (1540–1559): A PROTOTYPE GEO-ANNOTATED TEXT OF THE ETHIOPIC TRADITIONSOLOMON Gebreyes, University of Hamburg
Pietro LIUZZO, University of Hamburg
0801-04TIGRINYA ORTHOGRAPHY: MATERIALS ON WRITTEN TIGRINYA LANGUAGE STANDARDIZATIONYaroslav GUTGARTS, International Committee of the Red Cross, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
0801-05COLLIGATION OF PHRASES AND LEXICAL ITEMS IN AFAN- OROMO ZINAWORK Assefa, Linguistics PhD Student at Addis Ababa University
0801-06 WEB CORPORA FOR FOUR MAJOR ETHIOPIAN LANGUAGESDERIB Ado, Addis Ababa University
FEDA Negesse, Addis Ababa University
SHIMELIS Mazengia, Addis Ababa University
GIRMA Mengistu, Addis Ababa University
AHMED Yusuf Hirad, Jigjiga University
Janne Bondi JOHANNESSEN, University of Oslo
0801-07KEEPING ETHIOPIA DIGITALLY IN SYNC: THE ROLE OF A COORDINATING AGENCY FOR PROGRESS ON DIGITAL SUPPORTS FOR ETHIOPIAN LANGUAGESIsabelle A. ZAUGG, Postdoctoral Research Scholar at Columbia University's Institute for Comparative Literature and Society
0801-08COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTIC RESOURCES FOR ETHIOPICASMELASH Teka Hadgu, L3S Research Center
0801-09SOMALI CORPUS: A FRAMEWORK FOR LINGUISTIC ANNOTATIONJAMA Musse Jama, Institute of Research, Heritage Preservation and Development, Redsea Cultural Foundation, Hargeysa, Somaliland
0801-11ADDRESSING ETHIOPIC LAYOUT REQUIREMENTS AT THE WORLD WIDE WEB CONSORTIUMDANIEL Yacob, Ge'ez Frontier Foundation
0801-12OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN THE DIGITIZATION OF THE YAREDIC CORPUSDANIEL Yacob, Ge'ez Frontier Foundation
0801-13ELECTRONIC PUBLICATION OF ETHIOPIAN MANUSCRIPT ARCHIVES: WHAT’S INVOLVED?Anaïs WION, CNRS, IMAF

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0802 Linguistic Challenges and Change in Multilingual Ethiopia

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0802-02SCRIPT CHOICE IN MULTILINGUAL ETHIOPIA: AN OPTION FOR A COMMON SCRIPT USEFEKEDE Menuta, Hawassa University
0802-03LANGUAGE STANDARDIZATION EFFORTS IN GURAGERonny MEYER, INALCO/LLACAN, Paris
0802-04ENDANGERMENT OF THE HOZO LANGUAGEKlaus-Christian KÜSPERT, NMS Ethiopia
Sophie KÜSPERT-RAKOTONDRAINY, NMS Ethiopia
0802-05ANALYSIS OF THE PAST AND PRESENT SIDAAMA ORTHOGRAPHIES ANBESSA Teferra, Department of Hebrew Language and Semitic Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities, Tel Aviv University, Israel
0802-06LANGUAGE CONTACT AND ITS EFFECTS ON GURAGE VARIETIES OF MUHERAWLACHEW Shumneka Nurga, Addis Ababa University
0802-07ETHNOLINGUISTIC IDENTITY AND MULTILINGUALISM AMONG SPEAKERS OF GURAGE LANGUAGE VARIETIESEMEBET Bekele, Addis Ababa University, Linguistics
0802-10FIVE ETHIOPIAN SPEECH CORPORADERIB Ado, Addis Ababa University
FEDA Negesse, Addis Ababa University
BAYE Yimam, Addis Ababa University
BINYAM Sisay, UNESCO
FEKEDE Menuta, Hawassa University
MOGES Yigezu, Addis Ababa University
Ronny MEYER, INALCO – Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales
Janne Bondi JOHANNESSEN, University of Oslo
0802-11WAITING ON A KEYBOARD: THE LATINIZATION OF AMHARIC IN THE DIGITAL SPHEREIsabelle A. ZAUGG, Postdoctoral Research Scholar at Columbia University's Institute for Comparative Literature and Society
0802-12THE CHALLENGES OF LANGUAGE STANDARDIZATION IN GAMOALMAZ Wasse Gelagay, Addis Ababa University
0802-13DESCRIPTION OF THE SECRET ‘LANGUAGES’ OF GURAGE WOMEN AND FUGAETAFERAHU Hailu, PhD Candidate, Addis Ababa University
0802-16MUTUAL INTELLIGIBILITY AMONG SPEAKERS OF GAMOTSTSOMEQUANINT Wanna, Hawassa University
0802-17MEDIA AND LANGUAGE USE SITUATIONS IN SNNPRS, ETHIOPIANIGUSSIE Meshesha Mitike, Hawassa University
0802-18GLOTTONYMS IN ETHIOPIAN LANGUAGESZELEALEM Leyew, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

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0804 Quantification and Numeration of Objects in Space in Ethiopian Languages.

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0804-01QUANTIFICATION AND NUMERATION OF ENTITIES IN SPACE IN GURAGEFEKEDE Menuta, Hawassa University
0804-02COUNTING AND MEASURING SYSTEMS OF OBJECTS IN EAST OMETO, GANTASINTAYEHU Semu, College of Arbaminch Teachers' Education, Ethiopia
0804-03MOTION EXPRESSIONS IN AMHARICGASHAW Arutie Asaye, Semantics and Pragmatics
0804-04QUANTIFICATION AND NUMERATION IN SIDAAMAANBESSA Teferra, Department of Hebrew Language and Semitic Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities, Tel Aviv University, Israel
0804-05INTERDEPENDENCE IN NUMBER AND DEFINITENESS MARKING IN OMOTICAZEB Amha, African Studies Centre, Leiden University
0804-06IS AMHARIC NUMBER CARDINAL AND ORDINAL ONLY?BAYE Yimam, Addis Ababa University
0804-07SOME ASPECTSOF CARDINAL AND ORDINAL NUMBERS IN OROMOSHIMELIS Mazengia, Addis Ababa University
0804-10GENDER AND NUMBER IN SAAHOESAYAS Tajebe, Mekelle University
0804-11MORPHOLOGICAL FOCUS MARKING IN INORTSEHAY Abza Debo, Lecturer at Hawassa University and PhD. candidate at Addis Ababa University, Dep't of Linguistics, Ethiopia

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0805 Past, Present and Future of Editing Ethiopian Texts: Regional and Global Perspectives

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0805-02THE ETHIOPIC NEW TESTAMENT: CRITICAL EDITIONS OF THE GE'EZ TEXT - THE HISTORY OF REGIONAL AND GLOBAL EFFORTSTimothy B. SAILORS, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen
0805-05THE RELEVANCE OF NEW GƏʿƏZ TEXT EDITIONS FOR GRAMMAR AND LEXICOGRAPHYStefan WENINGER, Philipps-Universität Marburg
0805-06EDITING THE GÄDLÄ LALIBÄLA Nafisa VALIEVA, University of Hamburg
0805-07TOWARDS A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF THE INDIGENOUS TEXT-CRITICAL METHODS OF ETHIOPIA: A FOCUS ON RECENTLY PRINTED GƎʾƎZ NEW TESTAMENTMERSHA Alehegne, Addis Ababa University
0805-08EDITING ETHIOPIAN TEXTS: THE CASE OF THE MORE ANCIENT LAYERAlessandro BAUSI, Universität Hamburg
0805-09EDITING THE DƏGGʷĀ: REFLECTIONS ON AN ONGOING PROJECT.Jonas KARLSSON, University of Hamburg
0805-10NEW TEXT-CRITICAL EDITION OF THE CHRONICLE OF JOHN OF NIKIU: METHODOLOGICAL ISSUESDaria ELAGINA, University of Hamburg
0805-12A ROYAL COURT ORDER LISTING THE TITLES AND RANKS OF OFFICE HOLDERS IN THE CHRISTIAN KINGDOM OF ETHIOPIA: EDITION AND HISTORICAL COMMENTARYSOLOMON Gebreyes, Universität Hamburg
0805-13EDITING HAGIOGRAPHIC TEXTS TRANSMITTED IN MULTIPLE-TEXT MANUSCRIPTS: A METHODOLOGICAL REFLECTIONAntonella BRITA, CSMC, Universität Hamburg
0805-15CRITERIA FOR A CRITICAL EDITION OF ETHIOPIC AMOSMaija PRIESS, Universität Hamburg, Asien-Afrika-Institut
0805-16REFORM AND THE FUTURE OF EDITING ETHIOPIAN MANUSCRIPTSLOU Kahssay, TCDSB
0805-18THE VOICE OF THE GWAŇŇ ABOUT THE “MONASTERY” OF DIMA GIYORGISGETATCHEW Haile, Hill Museum &Manuscript Library, Saint John's University, Minnesota, USA

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0806 Historical and Comparative Linguistics

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0806-01LINGUISTIC DISTANCE AND MUTUAL INTELLIGIBILITY AMONG SOUTH ETHIOSEMITIC LANGUAGES: A COMBINED APPROACHTEKABE Legesse Feleke, University of Verona, Italy
0806-02GRAMMATICALIZATION OF QӘL ‘GOURD’ IN AMHARICOrin D. GENSLER, Mekelle University
0806-03ARGUMENT AGAINST THE HYPOTHESIS: ALMOST ALL ROOTS IN OLD AND MODERN ‘ETHIOPIAN SEMITIC’ EITHER A OR B (OR C): THE CASE OF TIGRINYAFISSEHA Hailu, Aksum University College of Social Sciences and Languages
0806-04A SEMITIC PERSPECTIVE ON GEEZ. Jan RETSÖ, Gothenburg University, Sweden
0806-05ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO WOLF LESLAU’S COMPARATIVE DICTIONARY OF GE‘EZ (1987–2017)Leonid KOGAN, Higher School of Economics
0806-06LETTING EARLY GE’EZ FREE: GRAMMATICAL FEATURES OF THE ABBA GARIMA GOSPEL OF MARKFISSEHA Feleke, University of Toronto, Canada
0806-08THE FIRST PERSON PREFIXES IN SOUTH ETHIO-SEMITICMaria BULAKH, Russian State University for the Humanities - Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
0806-10CASE-MARKING IN ETHIO-SEMITIC AND CUSHITIC IN THE LIGHT OF LINGUISTIC CONVERGENCE AND DIVERGENCELutz EDZARD, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg and University of Oslo

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0807 Applied Linguistics, Orthography and Language Reform

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0807-01ORTHOGRAPHIC SYLLABLES OF AMHARIC: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONSABINET Sime Gebreyes, Mekelle University
0807-02TRENDS IN TIGRINYA PUNCTUATIONABATE Kassahun, Mekelle University
0807-03PROPOSED LANGUAGE REFORM FOR ETHIOPIALOU Kahssay, TCDSB

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0808 General Panel "Geez Literature"

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0808-01RECEPTION OF ETHIOPIC ENOCH IN GƎ‘ƎZ LITERATURE: ANNOTATED TRANSLATION AND TEXTUAL ANALYSIS OF SELECTED ETHIOPIC PROSE AND POETIC TEXTSHAILEYESUS Alebachew, PhD candidate
0808-03A FRESH LOOK AT THE KƏBRÄ NÄGÄŚT COLOPHON Michael KLEINER, Göttingen University, Germany
0808-04THE LATEST ACQUISITIONS OF ETHIOPIAN MANUSCRIPTS OF THE BAVARIAN STATE LIBRARY (MUNICH, GERMANY) Veronika SIX, Formerly member of Union Catalogue of Oriental Manuscripts in German Collections
0808-05THE RELATION OF GƎʾƎZ QƎNE TO ETHIOPIC TEXTUAL CULTURETADDELE Gedlie, Addis Ababa University
0808-06THE ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX BOOK OF THE TRINITY: A HOMILY FROM THE MONASTIC ORDER OF DAQIQA ESTIFANOSSteffan A. SPENCER, University of Minnesota, Duluth
0808-07THE TRANSLATION LANGUAGE OF THE ETHIOPIC SƏNKƏSSĀRDorothea REULE, Universität Hamburg, Hiob Ludolf Centre for Ethiopian Studies and Philipps-Universität Marburg (Germany)
0808-08TRANSDISCIPLINARY CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS (TCDA) AS A NEW PERSPECTIVE IN ETHIOPIAN STUDIESALELIGN Aschale Wudie, Addis Ababa Science and Technology University
0808-09WHAT THE GÄBIR 'EFFECTUATION' CAN TELL.GIDENA Mesfin Kebede, Postdoctoral researcher at the Technical University of Berlin
0808-10DATING THE HOMILY ON URIEL (DƎRSANÄ URA’EL)AMSALU Tefera, Addis Ababa University/Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
0808-11DISCOURSES ON ‘MAGIC’ IN ETHIOPIABogdan BURTEA, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
0808-12EVIDENCE OF THE FETHA NÄGÄST'S BROADER SOCIAL IMPACT ON EARLY MODERN ETHIOPIAN SOCIETYDavid SPIELMAN, University of California Los Angeles
0808-13ON ETHIOPIC HOMILIES ATTRIBUTED TO ST JOHN CHRYSOSTOMRafal ZARZECZNY, Pontifical Oriental Institute, Rome

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0809 Sociolinguistic and Dialect Studies on Tigrinya

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0809-01THE USE OF LINGUISTIC TABOO DISCOURSES IN /WƏDDI MƏN/: ORAL GAME OF BRIDES IN EASTERN TIGRAIHAGOS Gebregziabher, PhD candidate in Addis Ababa University
0809-02ASPECTUAL CLASSIFICATION OF VERBS AND ARGUMENT STRUCTURE IN TIGRINYATEKLAY Kahsay, Addis Ababa University
0809-03MULTI READINGS OF TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL DEICTICS IN THE RAYYA TIGRIGNADAGNEW Mache Asgede, Arbaminch Universty, PhD Candidate, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

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0810 General Panel "Linguistic Studies on Amharic"

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0810-01AMHARIC EPISTEMIC VERBS AND THEIR COMPLEMENT CLAUSESMagdalena KRZYŻANOWSKA, Universität Hamburg, Germany
0810-02SOME UTTERANCE PARTICLES IN AMHARICMULUGETA Seyoum, Academy of Ethiopian Languages and Culture, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
0810-03PROSPECTIVE SEMANTIC ZONE IN MODERN AMHARICIosif FRIDMAN, St. Tikhon Orthodox University of Humanities, Moscow, Russian Federation, Russia
0810-05THE UNSETTLED STATUS OF AMHARIC AS FEDERAL LANGUAGE: HEGEMONY, INEQUALITIES, RESISTANCES, AND POLICY OPTIONSYONATTAN Araya, Mekelle University, College of Social Social Sciences and Languages, Ethiopia; Postdoctoral fellow of Peace and Conflict at the Institute of Dispute Resolution in Africa, College of Law, University of South Africa, South Africa

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0811 General Panel "Philological Studies on Modern Ethiopian Texts"

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0811-01THE WALABU SCRIPT ABOUT BALES’ HEROES: SELECTED TEXT TRANSLATION AND ANALYSISNURADDIN Aman, Addis Ababa University, Institute of Ethiopian Studies
0811-02LITERATURE OF PROGRESS: THE HISTORY OF SOVIET TRANSLATIONS INTO AMHARIC.Nikolay STEBLIN-KAMENSKY, Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography
0811-03THE 19TH CENTURY COURT DOCUMENT OF HARARMUNA Abubeker, Addis Ababa University- Department of Linguistics & Philology
0811-04CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS OF THE SUNG AND UNSUNG FLAG ANTHEMS OF ETHIOPIAMESFIN Messele, Addis Ababa University

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0812 General Panel "Studies in Cushitic and Omotic Languages"

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0812-01SPECIAL LANGUAGE USE BY WOMEN IN SOME HIGHLAND EAST CUSHITIC LANGUAGES: A DESCRIPTIVE AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSISAKLILU Yilma, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University
0812-05LANGUAGE CONTACT AND CODE-SWITCHING : THE SOMALI LANGUAGE IN DJIBOUTIHawa ABDILLAHI FARAH, Aix-Marseille University

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09 Political Science

0901 External Actors and Forces and Their Impact on Politics in Ethiopia

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0901-01FOREIGN RELATIONS IN THE HORN OF AFRICA: ETHIOPIA AND ITS NEIGHBORHOOD IN THE CONTEXT OF YEMENI CIVIL WAR Aleksi YLÖNEN, United States International University
0901-02ETHIOP-SOMALI RELATIONS IN THE AL-SHABAAB ERA – FROM HOT WAR TO COLD PEACE?Viktor MARSAI, Hungarian National University of Public Service
0901-03AN ANALYSIS OF TURKEY’S ‘OPENING’ TO AFRICA AND TURKEY’S RELATIONS WITH ETHIOPIA (2002-2017)Volkan IPEK, Yeditepe University
Eyüp ERSOY, Independent Researcher
0901-04THE ADVENT OF COMPETING FOREIGN POWERS IN THE GEOSTRATEGIC HORN OF AFRICA: ANALYSIS OF OPPORTUNITY AND SECURITY RISK FOR ETHIOPIAGASHAW Ayferam, Wollo University
0901-05NOTHING TO HIDE? ETHIOPIAN RESPONSES TO THE NEW EXTERNAL DEMAND FOR SUSTAINABILITY CERTIFICATIONLena PARTZSCH, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg / University of Freiburg
Laura KEMPER,
0901-06DIVERSIFICATION OF ETHIOPIA’S FOREIGN POLICY PARTNERS: POST-COLD WAR ETHIO-TURKISH RELATIONS AS A CASE ANALYSIS MUZEYEN Hawas Sebsebe, Horn of Africa Strategic Study Center
0901-07"THE OTHER" IN ETHIOPIA'S POLITICSJan ZÁHOŘÍK, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
0901-09REASONS BEHIND THE DERG REGIME’S FOREIGN POLICY CHANGE TOWARD CHINA BY THE END OF 1970S: A HISTORICAL ANALYSISPAN Liang, Research Assistant Professor, Center of African Union Studies, Tianjin University of Technology and Education, China

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0902 USA and Africa: From Berlin to San Francisco and After

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0902-02THREATS OF COMMUNISM AND POLITICAL ISLAM AS PIVOTS OF USA’S GROWING POLITICAL AND MILITARY ENGAGEMENT IN THE HORN OF AFRICA SINCE CA. 1945HAILE Muluken Akalu, Mekelle University
0902-03THE UNSTRATEGIC NATURE OF US FOREIGN POLICY IN THE HORN OF AFRICAAYELE Bekerie, Mekelle University
0902-04USA’S GEO-POLITICAL INTEREST AND INVOLVEMENT IN THE HYDROPOLITICS OF THE NILE RIVER TEFERI Mekonnen, Addis Ababa University

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0903 New Media in Modern Ethiopia - Developmental Challenges

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0903-01THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION AND MAINTENANCE SYSTEMS ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS OF OROMIA RADIO AND TV ORGANIZATIONAWOL Hussien Aman, Arsi University, Ethiopia
0903-02FILMMAKING IN ETHIOPIA: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS ASEMAHAGN Aseres, Addis Ababa University
0903-03ETHIOPIANS ON SOCIAL MEDIA: UNDERSTANDING THE NATURE OF PREJUDICE AND HATE COMMUNICATION TOWARDS THE “TEGARU” ETHNIC COMMUNITYWOLDEGIORGIS Ghebrehiwot Teklay, Journalist, Media & Communications Expert, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
0903-08RADIO AND INTER-ETHNIC RELATIONS IN THE GREATER HORN OF AFRICA REGIONALI Noor Mohamed, United Arab Emirates University

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0904 The (re-)making of the state internally and internationally after 1991

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0904-01ELITES AND POWER STRUCTURES IN POST-1991 ETHIOPIA: THE MAKING AND REMAKING OF THE STATE YESHTILA Wondemeneh Bekele, Hawassa University
0904-03ETHIOPIA AND AFRICAN UNION PEACE AND SECURITY COUNCILHENOK Getachew, Dire Dawa University
0904-04MILITARY POWER AS FOREIGN POLICY INSTRUMENT: ETHIOPIA’S PEACEKEEPING ROLE IN THE HORN OF AFRICAKALEAB Tadesse Sigatu, PhD Student at the Doctoral School of Military Sciences, NUPS, Hungary and Lecturer at the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Ambo University, Ethiopia

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10 Migration Studies

1001 The Feminisation of Migration: Perspectives and Experiences of Gendered Migrations Within and Outside of Ethiopia

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1001-01LIVING CONDITION OF FEMALE TRANSIT MIGRANTS IN ETHIOPIA BASED IN THE CITY OF DIRE DAWA.TIGIST Getahun Asfaw, Rift Valley University
1001-02FACTORS AFFECTING PROSPECTS OF MOBILITY OF FEMALE TRANSIT MIGRATION THE CASE OF BATI TO DJIBOUTI.GUGSA Gebreselasie, Rift Valley University
1001-06‘NOT MY PARENTS’ HOUSE’: THE DISCIPLINING OF ETHIOPIAN WOMEN MIGRANT DOMESTIC WORKERS IN THE GULF STATESSEHIN Teferra, Setaweet, a feminist network, Addis Ababa
Joanna BUSZA, The London School of Health and Tropical Medicine
1001-08FEMINIZATION OF MIGRATION: VULNERABILITY OR/AND AGENCY AGAINST STEREOTYPEKIYA Gezahegne, Addis Ababa University, Social Anthropology Department
1001-09FEMALE LABOUR MIGRATION IN PATRIARCHAL HOUSEHOLDS OF RURAL WOLLONikolay STEBLIN-KAMENSKY, Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography

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1002 Trends and Dynamics of International Migration in Ethiopia

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1002-01ETHIOPIAN IMMIGRATION AND INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS: THE CASE OF ETHIOPIAN ORIGIN ISRAELISNissim AVISSAR, Kibbutzim Collage of Education, Israel
1002-02THE NEXUS BETWEEN TRANSNATIONAL LABOR MIGRATION, POPULATION DYNAMICS AND THE RURAL ENVIRONMENT; THE CASE OF WOREBABO WOREDA SOUTH WOLLO ZONESALEH Seid Adem, Arba Minch University
1002-03SOCIAL NETWORKS, DREAMS AND RISKS: ETHIOPIAN IRREGULAR MIGRANTS INTO SOUTH AFRICA YORDANOS Seifu Estifanos, Geneva Global, Ethiopia
1002-04CHALLENGES AND COPING STRATEGIES OF LABOUR MIGRANTS FROM THE HORN OF AFRICA IN THE ARAB WORLD: THE ERITREAN CASE Nicole HIRT, German Institute of Global and Area Studies, GIGA Hamburg
ABDULKADER Saleh Mohammad, University of Oslo (emeritus)
1002-05REALNESS AND RETURNEES: DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIPS AND THINKING ABOUT IMPACT IN DIASPORA VOLUNTEERINGErin C. MACLEOD, Vanier College, Montreal, Canada
1002-06MIGRATION, WORK HISTORIES, AND EXPERIENCES WITH WORK AMONG ERITREAN MIGRANTS LIVING IN MELBOURNEJehonathan BEN, Deakin University
1002-08ETHIOPIA AS A TRANSIT COUNTRY OF MIGRANTS? Anja VAN HEELSUM, The Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies of the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1002-09THE CAUSES AND IMPACTS OF INTERNATIONAL IRREGULAR MIGRATION FROM BALE ZONE, SOUTHEASTERN ETHIOPIA: A HUMAN SECURITY PERSPECTIVE.TIZAZU Ayalew, Debre Birhan University
DAWIT Getu, Addis Ababa University
1002-10INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION FROM ETHIOPIA: MOTIVATIONS, RECENT TRENDS AND POLICIESASNAKE Kefale, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Addis Ababa University
1002-11YOUTH OUTMIGRATION FROM SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA: INCENTIVES, RISKS AND MITIGATION STRATEGIESFEKADE Terefe, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Addis Ababa University
ASNAKE Kefale, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Addis Ababa University
1002-12“EITHER PASS OR PERISH”: INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND YOUTH ASPIRATION IN OROMIAFEKADU Adugna Tufa, Addis Ababa University
1002-13MASCULINITY, ADULTHOOD AND NEOLIBERALISM: FACTORS FOR ETHIOPIAN YOUNG MEN’S WILL TO MIGRATE. Gianmarco SALVATI, University of Naples
1002-14MIGRANTS’ NARRATIVES: YOUTH TRANSITION, IDENTITY FORMATION AND EXPERIENCE OF ETHIOPIAN FEMALE RETURNEES FROM THE MIDDLE EAST MARTHA Berhanu Meshesha, Bahir Dar University
1002-15RITUALS OF MIGRATION: SOCIALLY ENTRENCHED IDEOLOGIES AND PRACTICES AMONG MIGRANTS FROM AMHARA NATIONAL REGIONAL STATE KIYA Gezahegne, Addis Ababa University, Social Anthropology Department
1002-16IRREGULAR MIGRATION FROM TIGRAY REGIONAL STATE: CAUSES, ROUTES AND POLICY OPTIONSFANA Gebresenbet, Institute for Peace and Security Studies, Addis Ababa University
1002-19REFUGEES AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH HOST COMMUNITY: THE CASE OF ERITREAN REFUGEES IN SHIMELBA REFUGEE CAMP, TIGRAY REGIONAL STATE, ETHIOPIAWELDEHIWOT Birhanu Aseffa, Samara University, Afar, Ethiopia
1002-20REFUGEE-HOST RELATIONSHIP IN THE HORN OF AFRICA: A CASE OF THE ERITREAN REFUGEES IN ETHIOPIAALEMU Asfaw Nigusie, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
KALEWONGEL Minale, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia

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1003 Child and Youth Migrants in Cities

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1003-01THE INTERLINKED CAUSES AND CHALLENGES OF CHILD MIGRANTS IN MEKELLEZIADA Abdelhadi, lecturer
ZENAWI Gebremeskel, Department of Socioology, CSSL, Mekelle University
1003-02THE ROLE OF GIFATA IN CHILD MIGRATION: EXPECTATION AND CHALLENGES; THE CASE OF WALAITA CHILD MIGRANTS TO ADDIS ABABAABERA Anjulo,
1003-03MESO AND MICRO DETERMINANTS OF YOUTH MIGRATION FROM ADDIS ABABAFIREHIWOT Sintayehu, Addis Ababa University, Department of Political Science and International Relations

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11 Population & Gender Studies

1101 Gendering Reproduction and Fertility Control in Ethiopia

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1101-01INTEGRATING GENDER ISSUES INTO HIV/AIDS PROGRAMS: A SURVEY STUDY IN SELECTED GOVERNMENT AND NGOS OFFICES WORKING ON GENDER AND HIV/AIDS ISSUES IN MEKELLE, TIGRAYRAHWA Gebre Tesfahuney, Mekelle University and PhD Candidate in Development Studies, AAU, Ethiopia
1101-02AN INTERFACE BETWEEN ABORTION PRACTICE AND COMMUNITY RESPONSE IN WOLDIA, ETHIOPIAANTEHUNEGN Birhanu, Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Woldia University
1101-03FATHER’S INFLUENCE ON WOMEN’S REPRODUCTIVE ROLE OF EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING ( EBF)TIZITA Mulugeta, Addis Ababa University
1101-05“WE DON’T TALK ABOUT CONTRACEPTIVES”: STUDENTS' EXPOSURE TO AND ENGAGEMENT WITH SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INFORMATION AT THREE UNIVERSITIES IN ETHIOPIAMULUMEBET Zenebe, Centre for Gender Studies, University of Addis Ababa
Haldis HAUKANES, Department of Health Promotion and Development, University of Bergen, Norway
1101-06INVOLVEMENT OF YOUNG MEN IN FERTILITY CONTROL WITHIN NOTIONS OF MASCULINITY IN TIROAFETA DISTRICT, OROMIYAANEGA Jibat, Jimma University
1101-07CHALLENGING THE NORMS OF "PROPER" DAUGHTERS AND WIVES:THE INTIMATE LIVES OF A GROUP OF FEMALE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN MEKELLE (TIGRAY) AND THEIR CLAIM FOR MODERN IDENTITY Désirée ADAMI, La Sapienza-University of Rome (PhD candidate)
1101-08THE MYTH OF FEMALE VIRGINITY FROM A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVEThera MJAALAND, University of Bergen and Addis Ababa University
1101-09THE ACCESS PARADOX IN SAFE ABORTION CARE: THE CASES OF ETHIOPIA, TANZANIA AND ZAMBIAAstrid BLYSTAD, University of Bergen
GETNET Tadele, Addis Ababa University
Haldis HAUKANES, University of Bergen
Karen Marie MOLAND, University of Bergen
1101-11ADOLESCENT SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND SOCIAL NORMS IN ETHIOPIAKIYA Gezahegne, Department of Social Anthropology, Addis Ababa University
Nicola JONES, GAGE Director and ODI Principal Research Fellow
GUDAY Emirie, Phd, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Anthropology, Addis Ababa University;
Sarah BAIRD, George Washington University

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1102 “Justice from Below” Panel 2: Gendered Approaches of Social Justice in Ethiopia: Women, Redistribution and Recognition

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1102-02OROMOO INSTITUTIONS FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENTDEREJE Fufa Bidu, Jimma University
1102-07ASPECTS OF GENDER JUSTICE IN AMHARIC AND TIGRIGNA PROVERBSABEBA Amare, Addis Ababa University , Academy of Ethiopian Languages and Cultures
1102-08SEXUAL HARASSMENT, INEQUALITY AND JUSTICE: THE CASE OF ADDIS ABABA UNIVERSITY RAHWA Mussie, Addis Ababa University
1102-09WOMEN LIBERATION IN TIGRAY, ETHIOPIA: THE EXPERIENCES UNDER A SITUATION OF CIVIL WARMomoka MAKI, Sophia University, Japan

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1103 Gender Relations in Agriculture

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1103-01WHAT THREE DIFFERENT AGRICULTURAL QUANTITATIVE SURVEYS TELL US ABOUT GENDERKristie DRUCZA, CIMMYT
1103-02ENABLING AND CONSTRAINING FACTORS FOR AGRICULTURAL INNOVATION AND THEIR GENDER DIMENSIONS.MULUNESH Tsegaye, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
1103-03 PROMISING APPROACHES TO TRANSFORMING GENDER RELATIONS IN AGRICULTUREWONDIMU Abebe, CIMMYT
Kristie DRUCZA, CIMMYT

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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
1202-04DAILY LABOURERS AND THEIR SOCIAL SECURITY NETWORK IN KOMBOLCHA, SOUTH WÄLOHarald ASPEN, NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Dept. of Social Anthropology
AREGASH Abebayehu, Wollo University, Ethiopia
NEGASH Abebe, Wollo University, Ethiopia
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
Olisarali Olibui Tongolu, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
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

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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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13 Studies of Religion

1301 Christian-Muslim Relations in Ethiopia

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1301-01SOCIAL MEDIA AS AN ALTERNATIVE SPACE FOR FAITH: INTER AND INTRA-RELIGIOUS POLEMICS AMONG ETHIOPIAN DIASPORAMOHAMMED Jemal Ahmed, Izmir Katip Celebi University, Izmir Turkey, PhD student
1301-03ASPECT OF RELIGIOUS SYNCRETISM AND UNRESTRICTED SAINT VENERATIONS: THE CASE OF ORTHODOX CHRISTIANS AND MUSLIMS IN GONDAR CITY, NORTH WEST ETHIOPIA EBRAHIM Damtew Alyou, University of Gondar, Ethiopia
1301-04IN THE NAME OF FATIMA AND ST. MARYMISGANAW Tadesse, PhD Candidate, University of the Western Cape, Department of History, Cape Town, South Africa
1301-07WHY RELATIONS? – THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE EECMY TO CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM RELATIONSJürgen KLEIN, Institute for Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies, Church University of Wuppertal
1301-08INTERRELIGIOUS THEOLOGY IN THE MAKING: THE TRAINING BOOK OF THE INTER-RELIGIOUS COUNCIL OF ETHIOPIAJürgen KLEIN, Institute for Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies, Church University of Wuppertal
1301-10NEIGHBORHOOD NETWORKS AND INTERRELIGIOUS INTERACTIONS IN JIMMA ZONE, SOUTH WEST ETHIOPIAASEBE Amenu Tufa, Wollega University

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1302 Ethiopian Christianity: Global Interconnections and Local Identities - From Late Antiquity to Early Modern Times

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1302-02HOW DID ETHIOPIAN CHRISTIANS GET TO KNOW THE PARISIAN CEPHALOPHORIC MARTYR BISHOP DIONYSIUS?Michael MUTHREICH, Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities
1302-04WHAT HAS ETHIOPIA TO DO WITH INDIA? REFLECTIONS OF THE FIRST GERMAN LUTHERAN MISSIONARIES IN INDIAMartin TAMCKE, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
1302-05THE HERRNHUTER BRETHREN IN SEARCH OF ETHIOPIAN CHRISTIANITY: A LETTER TO ABUNA JOHANNES III OF ABYSSINIA (1756)Lina ELHAGE-MENSCHING, Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen
1302-06INVENTED INTERCONNECTIONS: GÄBRÄ MÄNFÄS QƎDDUS, PETER HEYLING, AND CONTESTED IDENTITIES WITHIN ETHIOPIAN CHRISTIANITYStanislau PAULAU, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
1302-07PARIDE DE GRASSI'S ACCOUNT OF THE 1481 ETHOPIAN DELEGATION TO ROMEKonstantin WINTERS, Universität Düsseldorf, Institut für Geschichte, Abt. Mittelalter
Philipp STENZIG, Universität Düsseldorf, Institut für Geschichte, Abt. Mittelalter
Katharina RITTER, Universität Düsseldorf, Institut für Geschichte, Abt. Mittelalter
1302-10THE RELIGIOUS SLOGANS DISPLAYED ON AKSUMITE COINSWolfgang HAHN, University of Vienna
1302-11A HISTORICAL REFLECTION ON 14TH CENT EWOISTATEAN MOVEMENT: A CASE FOR PRE-MODERN ETHIOPIAN GLOBAL INTERCONNECTIONSAFEWORK Hailu Beyene, Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
1302-12A NEW LETTER OF SEVEROS OF ANTIOCH PRESERVED IN ETHIOPIC: THE ETHIOPIAN TRADITION AND THE HERITAGE OF LATE ANTIQUITYPhilip Michael FORNESS, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
1302-22OF MOTHERS AND MONKS: AN EVOLVING CHRISTIAN TALEBernadette McNARY-ZAK, Rhodes College

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1303 Monasticism in the Horn of Africa? Comparative Considerations Beyond the Christian Tradition

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1303-01EMIC UNDERSTANDING OF MONKS INVOLVEMENT IN THE ECONOMY AND WORK ASSIGNMENTS: EVIDENCES FROM MÄNDABA MÄDHANËĀLÄM MONASTIC COMMUNITY IN LAKE TANA, NORTHWEST ETHIOPIAABINET Abebe Hayleyesus, University of Gondar (UoG)
1303-02WHERE WERE BETA ISRAEL (ETHIOPIAN JEWISH) MONASTERIES FOUNDED? THE REGIONS OF DÄMBƏYA AND SÄQQÄLT (NORTH OF LAKE ṬANA) AS A CASE STUDYBar KRIBUS, Ruhr University, Bochum, ERC project JewsEast, Germany
1303-04MONASTIC INTERCONNECTIONS: THE DESERT FATHERS REIMAGINED BY THE ETHIOPIAN MONASTICISMMartina AMBU, PhD Candidate, Université Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne, Department of History

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1304 Revisiting Islam in Ethiopia: The Dynamics of Its Heritage, History and Culture

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1304-02REVISITING THE "MUSLIMS OF THE PASHA": TURCO-EGYPTIAN (RE)ISLAMIZATION OF THE OROMO PEOPLE, 1870S-1880SAvishai BEN-DROR, the Open University of Israel and the Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
1304-04HISTORY AND CULTURE UNDER SHADOW OF A NATURAL WONDER: ISLAMIC HERITAGES OF SOF OMAR CAVE SHRINE OF BALE, ETHIOPIAKEFYALEW Tessema Semu, Lecturer, Madda Walabu University and PhD Candidate in History at Addis Ababa University
1304-05OROMO CULTURAL PRACTICES PRESERVED IN ISLAMIC SHRINES: THE CASE OF ARSII AND JIMMAATEREFE Mitiku, Jimma University
JEMILA Adam,
KAMIL Mohammed
YUSUF Adem
1304-07EARLY ARRIVAL IN THE SAFE LAND: LOOKING INTO THE RECTANGULAR SPACE OF ISLAM IN ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL ETHIOPIA TO 1543. AHMED Hassen, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University
1304-09THE MUSLIM SCHOLARS’ CONTRIBUTION OF KADITO CLAN (FAMILY) AT DALE TRADITIONAL SCHOOL: THE CASE OF AWSA SULTANATE MOHAMMED Idriss Moussa, Head of Afar-Af Department Semera University; M.A. Ethiopian Linguistics and Philology Addis Ababa University
1304-11MADHHAB, SOUFISM AND TARĪQA : WHICH ISLAM FOR MEDIEVAL ETHIOPIA?Amélie CHEKROUN, ERC HORNEAST, IREMAMM, Aix-Marseille University
1304-13THE GENESIS AND CONTENTS OF HANAFI SCHOOL OF ISLAMIC LAW IN ETHIOPIA, CASE STUDY IN BORENA OF SOUTH WOLLO ZONEKAMIL Abdu, Wollo University
1304-18GROWING UP UNDER THE GAZE OF SAINTS: YOUNG PEOPLE AND ISLAM IN HARAR, ETHIOPIALindsay RANDALL, The University of Edinburgh

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1305 Ethiopian Christianity: Global Interconnections and Local Identities - 19th–21st Centuries

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1305-01ADDIS ABABA: PLACE OF THE ECUMENICAL DIALOGUE BETWEEN EASTERN ORTHODOX AND ORIENTAL ORTHODOX CHURCHES AND THE RECEPTION OF THE THEOLOGICAL AGREEMENTS FROM THERE IN THE EASTERN ORTHODOX THEOLOGYAndrei MACAR, Faculty of Theology, Georg-August University of Göttingen (Germany)
1305-02RELATIONS BETWEEN ETHIOPIA AND YUGOSLAVIA (1956-1974)Ilija JOVIC, University of Goettingen
1305-03THE ROLE OF REASON IN RELIGIONS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON INTER AND INTRA-FAITH DIALOGUE: A CLOSE ANALYSIS OF ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX TRADITIONAL PEDAGOGY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON INTERFAITH DIALOGUE ZETSEAT Fekadu Mulugeta, SIL-AIM Ethiopia
1305-04CHURCH MURALS OF ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH AS EXPRESSIONS OF CONSENSUS FOR CHANGE Izabela ORLOWSKA, Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin, Germany
1305-05FUNERALS OF ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX CHRISTIANS IN GERMANY.Verena BÖLL, University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
1305-06BEYOND YÄKATIT 12: ETHIOPIAN CHRISTIANS AND GERMAN MISSIONARIES TOGETHER IN RESISTANCEJürgen KLEIN, Institute for Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies, Church University of Wuppertal
1305-07ETHIOPIAN CHRISTIANS IN JERUSALEM – AN OPEN WINDOW TO INTERACTIONS WITH “OTHERS” (1840-1930)Stéphane ANCEL, CNRS / EHESS
1305-08THE TEACHING OF WADLA QENE IN ETHIOPIA NOWADAYSChristine CHAILLOT, Independent researcher
1305-09THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN THE CHURCH AND THE STATE IN THE PRODUCTION OF ELITES IN ETHIOPIA, PART 2, 1991-2015TEKESTE Kashu Negash, Emeritus professor, Uppsala University and Dalarna University
1305-10THE ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH AND ITS INTERACTION WITH WESTERN CHRISTIANITYEunhye CHANG, Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology

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