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Bourses de terrain 2020 / 2020 Field Grants

APPEL À CANDIDATURES / CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Date limite de candidature : 18 octobre 2019/Deadline for application: October 18, 2019

 

Bourses de Terrain du CFEE 2020/2020 CFEE Field Grants

Le Centre français des études éthiopiennes (CFEE) d’Addis-Abeba (Éthiopie), Institut français de recherche à l’étranger (IFRE) du Ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires étrangères (MEAE) et du Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS / INSHS), propose aux étudiants de niveau master et aux doctorants travaillant sur l’Éthiopie et la Corne de l’Afrique des financements partiels permettant la réalisation de missions de terrains et/ou l’étude de collections dans les musées. / The French Centre for Ethiopian Studies (CFEE) in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), French Research Institute Abroad (IFRE) of the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE) and of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS / INSHS) offers partial funds for fieldwork and/or study of collections in the museums to MA students and PhD candidate conducting research on Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa.

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Women’s involvement in politics and civil society in Somaliland

SÉMINAIRE / SEMINAR

Women’s involvement in politics and civil society in Somaliland

 

by Louise Klein

 

Date: Jeudi 9 Mai, 2019, 14h00-15h30 / Date: Thursday May 9, 2019 – 2-3:30 pm

Venue: Berhanou Abebe Library,  French Center for Ethiopian Studies  (Jan Meda, https://goo.gl/maps/sutSritp3MU2)

 

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Appel à candidatures : le CFEE recherche un(e) stagiaire pour 2019-2020

APPEL À CANDIDATURES / CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Stage pour étudiant(e) de niveau Master 1 ou 2

(Recherches en sciences humaines et sociales / coopération et développement)

Octobre 2019 – Juillet 2020

Date limite de candidature : 15 juin 2019

Présentation de la structure :

Le Centre français des études éthiopiennes (CFEE) est un Institut français de recherche à l’étranger (IFRE) du Ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires étrangères et du Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS / INSHS). Installé à Addis-Abeba, il est l’héritier de plus d’un siècle de coopération scientifique franco-éthiopienne.

Les activités du CFEE concernent les domaines des sciences humaines et sociales, des sciences de la terre, de la paléontologie, de l’archéologie, et des sciences de l’environnement. Le CFEE publie la revue Annales d’Éthiopie ainsi que des ouvrages scientifiques et de vulgarisation sur l’Éthiopie et les autres pays de la Corne de l’Afrique.

Pour plus d’informations sur la structure : http://www.cfee.cnrs.fr/

Profil recherché :

Étudiant(e) :

  • Inscrit dans un établissement français d’enseignement supérieur en 2019-2020,
  • Souhaitant développer une expérience à l’international dans les milieux de la recherche, de la coopération et du développement,
  • Ayant une affinité pour les activités de recherche en sciences humaines et sociales : pratiques du terrain, publications et activités éditoriales.

Objet du stage :

Le stagiaire participera aux activités de recherche du Cfee. Il bénéficiera d’une position privilégiée pour observer et s’impliquer dans les projets conduits en Éthiopie et dans la région. Dans le cadre de son stage, l’étudiant participera :

  • Aux activités éditoriales et de communication du Cfee
  • A l’appui du Cfee aux missions de recherche et à leur valorisation
  • Au développement des relations du Cfee avec le dispositif de coopération français en Éthiopie

Compétences requises :

  • Très bonnes compétences rédactionnelles
  • Maîtrise de l’anglais à l’écrit comme à l’oral
  • Maîtrise du pack Microsoft office
  • Maîtrise des logiciels Adobe Photoshop et Illustrator

Lieu du stage, durée et modalités diverses :

  • Le stage sera basé dans les locaux du CFEE à Addis-Abeba.
  • Il couvre une durée minimale de 3 mois et maximale de 9 mois et débutera de préférence en octobre 2019.
  • Le bureau du stagiaire est partagé avec un(e) chercheur(e).
  • Le stage donne droit à une gratification.
  • Horaires de travail indicatifs : 8h30 – 17h00 (lundi à vendredi)

Contact :Merci d’envoyer vos CV et lettre de motivation à Marie Bridonneau (direction@cfee.cnrs.fr) et Clément Ménard (secretariat.scientifique@cfee.cnrs.fr) avant le 15 juin 2019.

New Publication: In Ethiopia, Lalibela’s Mysteries

En Ethiopie, l’histoire de Lalibela se révèle peu à peu / In Ethiopia, Lalibela’s Mysteries

 

Le Journal du CNRS

By Francis Lecompte

11 mars 2019 / March 11, 2019

Entretien avec Claire Bosc-Tiessé (INHA-CNRS) et Marie-Laure Derat (CNRS)

En français: https://lejournal.cnrs.fr/articles/en-ethiopie-lhistoire-de-lalibela-se-revele-peu-a-peu

In English: https://news.cnrs.fr/articles/in-ethiopia-lalibelas-mysteries

l’Éthiopie sous Abiy Ahmed, quelles reconfigurations ?

Date : Jeudi 21 février 2019
Horaire : 14h – 18h30
Adresse : 27 rue de la Procession, 75015 Paris

 

Depuis son arrivée à la tête du gouvernement éthiopien en avril 2018, Abiy Ahmed a multiplié les gestes d’ouverture : levée de l’état d’urgence, libération de prisonniers politiques, annonces d’une ouverture économique et de privatisations d’entreprises nationales. En matière de politique extérieure, Abiy Ahmed a créé la surprise en entamant un rapprochement historique avec l’Érythrée.

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Gimgema: The evaluation of civil servants in EPRDF Ethiopia

SÉMINAIRES / SEMINARS

Gimgema: The evaluation of civil servants in EPRDF Ethiopia

 

By Mehdi Labzae (PhD candidate, University Paris I-Pantheon Sorbonne, France)

Date: Monday February 18, 10-12am

Venue: Berhanou Abebe Library,  French Center for Ethiopian Studies  (Jan Meda, https://goo.gl/maps/sutSritp3MU2)

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CFEE JOINT SEMINAR: USE-WEAR AND TAPHONOMY

SÉMINAIRE / SEMINAR

Evolution: an international research seminar in Eastern Africa.
Paleobiodiversity, paleobiology, prehistory, paleoenvironments

(2015-2019)

21ème séance / 21st session: Use-wear and taphonomy: a study of Oldowan industries from the Shungura formation (Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia)
par/by Aline Galland 

Jeudi 14 février 2019, 15h30-17h / Thursday, February 14, 2019, 3:30-5:00 pm

Lieu / Venue: Auditorium of the Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Addis Ababa

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Atlas 2019 – France > Corne de l’Afrique | Séjour de recherche postdoctoral

  

 

Date limite de candidature : 29 mars 2019

 

La Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme (FMSH) et le Centre français des études éthiopiennes (CFEE) proposent à des postdoctorants ou à de jeunes chercheurs résidant en France, une aide à la mobilité pour réaliser un séjour de recherche de 2 à 3 mois dans la Corne de l’Afrique (Ethiopie, Erythrée, Djibouti et Somaliland).

Seront soutenus des projets de recherche qui s’inscrivent dans la politique scientifique du CFEE, en synergie avec ses chercheurs ou ses partenaires dans la région. Les projets interdisciplinaires sont bienvenus.

Cet appel s’inscrit dans le cadre du programme Atlas de mobilité postdoctorale de courte durée lancé par la FMSH et ses partenaires.

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Slavery and the Slave Trade in Ethiopia and Beyond

 

SLAFNET Summer School
15-18 April 2019
Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University

 

Slavery and the slave trade have been an important historical feature of the Horn of Africa region. Consecutive regional polities executed slave raids into their respective hinterland well into the 20th century. The internal Ethiopian slave trade connected the political centers of Ethiopia with its peripheries, and the trade in slaves connected Ethiopia with the Red Sea  and the Indian Ocean world as well as with the Ottoman world. Various polities in the Horn of Africa were depended on, and were commercial centers for, slave labor. The regional contours of slavery are relatively well established. Despite the diversity of various forms of human bondage, slavery and serfdom, as well as the trade in slaves, and its relatively rich documentation, slavery has received little attention in the field of Eastern Africa’s social, cultural and economic history. Moreover, one feature of Ethiopia is the public silence and the absence of commemorative discourses among the descendants of owner groups, slave descendants as well as within the public sphere.

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CFEE FIELD GRANTS 2019 RECIPIENTS / LAURÉATS DES BOURSES DE TERRAIN DU CFEE 2019

List of the recipients of the CFEE 2019 Field Grants / Liste des lauréats des bourses de terrain du CFEE 2019

 

 

Following our 2019 call for applications for partial funds for fieldworks and/or study of collections in the museums to MA students and PhD candidates doing their researches on Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa, the scientific committee of the CFEE has selected 12 recipients.

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The Developmental State Seen Through the Prism of an Emergence of a Domestic Industrialist Class in Ethiopia

The Developmental State Seen Through the Prism of an Emergence of a Domestic Industrialist Class in Ethiopia: The Case of the Metals and Engineering Sector

By Sibulele NKunzi (PhD candidate, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)

Date: Thursday December 6, 2-4 pm

Venue: Berhanou Abebe Library,  French Centre for Ethiopian Studies  (Jan Meda, https://goo.gl/maps/sutSritp3MU2)

Ethiopia is achieving rapid economic growth and development despite historic and current challenges. Ethiopia is an exemplary 21st century case of bridging the continental wide gap in African indigenous productive capitalists by using state-owned enterprises, military-owned enterprises, party-owned firms, and strategic links and joint ventures with foreign investors to build a productive-and-patriotic class of domestic capitalists, albeit nascent at this point in time. Recognizing that reciprocal control mechanisms (RCMs) are the linchpin of industrial policy success, the research explores how they are managed in Ethiopia when such firms can prove hard to discipline.

Through a political economy lens, the research focuses on the significance of relatively complex manufacturing sectors. An examination of industry trends such as investment, trade, productivity, building of domestic technological, research and industrial capabilities is carried out through a focus on a particular case study: Ethiopia’s metals and engineering industry.  The sector is considered “complex” in this context given Ethiopia’s low-level of manufacturing capabilities, human capital and education, and non-existent comparative advantages. The case is interpreted in light of the developmental state with respect to the business-state-relationships (BSR) between the state and capital; in particular the bargains that the state makes with an industrialist class as some industrial policy instruments contextually become more and others less important in the support of the industry. The research aims to highlight the challenges associated with learning from failure on a national, sectoral and firm level, including institutionally in terms of policy.

The case-study is an attempt to move the developmental state literature forward by grappling with the pendulum question of the possibility of industrial policy at national level in an era of globalized production structures and networks. The argument in my research is that those in the academic fraternity as well as policy making authorities in aspirant African developmental states should consider those dimensions of industrial policy that are evident in Ethiopia’s ambitious Growth and Transformation Plan, which in effect challenge the pessimism associated with low-income countries turning to complex manufacturing structures. It is argued that though such ambition is often questioned by neoclassical economists, such an “over optimism” and the associated “hiding hand” (as Hirschmann (2002) referred to it) is often associated with important developmental effects.

The speaker 

Sibulele Nkunzi is a second year PhD Candidate in Applied Development Economics at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. His PhD focuses on industrial policy and political economy dimensions of the Ethiopian developmental state. His research and teaching interests are in fieldwork-led academic and policy work with a focus on industrialization, industrial policy, labour, trade, technology, as well as methodological debates in economics.

CFEE Seminar: Ethiopia and its Islamic environment in the Middle Ages: The ERC project and its fieldwork in Bilet (Tigray)

Ethiopia and its Islamic environment in the Middle Ages: The ERC project and its fieldwork in Bilet (Tigray)

 

By Deresse Ayenachew (Debre Berhan University), Amélie Chekroun (CNRS, IREMAM, Aix-en-Provence), Bertrand Hirsch (Paris-1 Sorbonne University) and Julien Loiseau (Aix-Marseille University)

 

Date: Thursday November 29, 2-4 pm

Venue: Berhanou Abebe Library,  French Centre for Ethiopian Studies  (Jan Meda, https://goo.gl/maps/sutSritp3MU2)

 

 

The project pursues two hypothesis: 1) that connexions never have ceased between Ethiopia and its environment that came under Islamic domination and have even increased from the 13th century onwards; 2) that mobility of women and men, free or enslaved, commercial exchange and the flow of books and stories back and forth, did participate in the Islamisation of the whole area in the same way as in the resiliency of Ethiopian christianity. The project aims at evidencing these connexions inside the Horn, through the study of local written sources and archaeological survey, as well as outside the Horn, through the study of Arabic sources and of all traces left by men and women that came from the Horn to the Middle East.

The ERC project HornEast (Horn & Crescent. Connections, Mobility and Exchange between the Horn of Africa and the Middle East in the Middle Ages: 2017-2022) aims at evidencing local and global connections between the Horn of Africa and its Islamic environment (from Yemen to Egypt and Palestine) in the Middle Ages (7th to 15th Century), for a better understanding of the Islamisation process in the whole area.

Fieldwork has begun in Bilet (Tigray) in March 2018, revealing a Muslim graveyard with several Arabic stelae dating back to the 10th-12th centuries CE, and the remains of an urban settlement that may have worked together at the same time. First findings and research hypothesis of the fieldwork will be presented during the workshop along with an overview of the project HornEast.

 

The Speakers:

Julien Loiseau (Aix-Marseille University): Connecting the history of the Horn of Africa in the Middle Ages: the ERC project HornEast

Bertrand Hirsch (Paris-1 Sorbonne University): In search of the Muslim stelae from Enderta: the way to Bilet

Amélie Chekroun (CNRS, IREMAM, Aix-en-Provence): Fieldwork mission in Bilet (March 2018): preliminary observations

Julien Loiseau (Aix-Marseille University): The Muslim stelae from Bilet: a preliminary assessment