History, Culture and Challenges
A book on Ethiopia for all readers, this richly illustrated volume is written for travelers, business representatives, policy makers, development aid workers, and anyone who wants to gain a substantial understanding of the history of the region and its peoples, languages, religions, culture, and recent events. The text comprises nearly one hundred short contributions composed by specialists in the field, thematically grouped into ten chapters with numerous illustrations. This is an excellent reference for instructors looking to provide essential information about the country in an accessible manner, and the nonacademic reader will find a wealth of information that is both reliable and concise.
Publication Date: December 1st, 2017
408 pages| 6.75 in x 9.5 in
Siegbert Uhlig is a Professor Emeritus of African and Ethiopian Studies at Hamburg University in Germany.
David Appleyard is a Professor Emeritus of the Languages of the Horn of Africa at the University of London.
Alessandro Bausi is a Professor of Ethiopian Studies at Hamburg University in Germany.
Wolfgang Hahn is a Professor Emeritus of Numismatics and Monetary History at the University of Vienna.
Steven Kaplan is a Professor Emeritus of African Studies and Comparative Religion at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.