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)

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

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Abstract IDTitleAuthors
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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