Northeast African Studies 16, no. 1 cover
Northeast African Studies 16, no. 1
Edited by Lee V. Cassanelli

From the Editor

Stefano Bellucci, "The 1974 Ethiopian Revolution at 40: Social, Economic, and Political Legacies"
Berthold Unfried, "Friendship and Education, Coffee and Weapons: Exchanges between Socialist Ethiopia and the German Democratic Republic"
Abera Yemane-ab, “'Land to the Tiller': Unrealized Agenda of the Revolution"
Samuel Andreas Admasie, "Historicizing Contemporary Growth: The Ethiopian Revolution, Social-Structural Transformation, and Capitalist Development"
John Markakis, "The Revolution and the Scholars"
Elleni Centime Zeleke, "When Social Science Concepts Become Neutral Arbiters of Social Conflict: Reading the Ethiopian Federal Elections of 2005 through the Ethiopian Student Movement of the 1960s and 1970s"
Eyob Balcha Gebremariam, Linda Herrera, "On Silencing the Next Generation: Legacies of the 1974 Ethiopian Revolution on Youth Political Engagement"
Bitania Tadesse, "Revolutionary Ethiopia through the Lens of the Contemporary Film Industry"
Kiflu Tadesse, "Some Thoughts about the Ethiopian Left"
Subjects: African Studies | History
Publication Date: December 31st, 2018
228 pages| 6 in x 9 in