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

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

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12 Social Anthropology & Cultural Studies

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

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

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