Geralta mountains

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

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

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

0513 Rethinking Ethiopian Studies

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Abstract IDTitleAuthors
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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