Archives par mot-clé : Eritrea

The life of Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia

TERRAIN/FIELDWORK

Moving in the face of uncertainty:          the life of Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia

by Mulu Getachew

Mulu Getachew is a PhD candidate and part-time lecturer at the Department of Social Anthropology, Addis Ababa University. Her research focuses on trans-border migration and  Eritrean refugee camps in Tigray. She is funded by the NORHED project ‘Borderland dynamics in East Africa’ of the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation.  She presents here the results of a fieldwork conducted on October 2017 in the Hitsats camp, Tigray, which was supported by a CFEE research grant.

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Free Online Access: Annales d’Ethiopie vol. 30 on Persée

ANNALES D’ETHIOPIE vol. 30 (2015)

est désormais en accès libre en ligne sur Persée / is now  available online for free on Persée.

Suivre le lien / follow the link : http://www.persee.fr/issue/ethio_0066-2127_2015_num_30_1

Voir le sommaire et les résumés ci-dessous / Contents and abstracts below

Pour accécer à l’ensemble de la collection des Annales d’Ethiopie sur Persée, cliquer ici. / To access the whole collection of Annales d’Ethiopie on Persée, click here.

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Call: Summer School in Ethiopian and Eritrean Manuscript Studies

APPEL À CANDITATURE / CALL FOR APPLICATION

Second Summer School in Ethiopian and Eritrean Manuscript Studies

From 25 to 30 September 2017

Organized by the Hiob Ludolf Centre for Ethiopian Studies (Hamburg, Germany)

Deadline for application: 31 May 2017

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PUBLICATION : Annales d’Ethiopie, n°30

PUBLICATION CFEE / CFEE PUBLICATION


Annales d’Éthiopie
, n° 30 (2015)

Special Issue on « Women, Gender and Religions in Ethiopia »

Varia / Miscelaneous,
Documents,
Compte-rendu de lecture / Review.

 

Sommaire / Contents et résumés / abstracts

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AAC/CFP: Urban citizenships in the Horn of Africa

APPEL À CONTRIBUTIONS / CALL FOR PAPERS

Annales d’Éthiopie, vol. 32 (2017)

Dossier thématique : Citadinités dans les villes de la Corne de l’Afrique / Special issue: Urban citizenships in cities of the Horn of Africa

Date limite de soumission des propositions d’article (résumés de 1000 caractères) : 15 mars 2017 / Deadline for abstract (1000 signs) submission: March 15th, 2017.

Coordinatrices du dossier / Guest editors for the special issue: Amina Said Chiré & Bezunesh Tamru

Voir les détails ci-dessous / See the details below.

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Publication : Recherches archéologiques à Adoulis (Érythrée)

PUBLICATION

Francis ANFRAY, avec Chiara ZAZZARO, Recherches archéologiques à Adoulis (Érythrée), Toulouse, Presses Universitaires du Midi, 2016. 116 p.

 

La civilisation axoumite a pris son essor dans le nord de l’Éthiopie et en Érythrée où elle a fleuri entre le Ier et le VIIe siècle de notre ère. Cette civilisation s’inscrit alors dans l’orbite du monde gréco-romain et illustre le rôle joué par cette puissance africaine dans les relations diplomatiques avec la péninsule Arabique, ainsi que les échanges économiques entre Méditerranée et océan Indien. Carrefour de ce trafic terrestre et maritime, Adoulis, sur la mer Rouge, était le port du royaume.

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CONFERENCE: THE FIRST WORLD WAR, FROM TRIPOLI TO MOGADISHU (1911-1924)

COLLOQUE / SYMPOSIUM

Friday 30 Sept. & Saturday 1 Oct.  2016

Organized by CFEE, Addis Ababa University, the University of Macerata, the University of Pavia and the University of Roma Tre

Venue: Ras Makonnen Hall, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University, Sidist Kilo Campus – Social Sciences

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J.-F. Breton: Builders across the Red Sea

CONFÉRENCE / LECTURE

Builders across the Red Sea. Ninth Century BC to Sixth Century AD, par/by Jean-François BRETON

Conférence en anglais (avec introduction en français) à l’Alliance éthio-française d’Addis-Abeba, lundi 23 mai 2016, 18h30 / Lecture in English (introduction in French), Ethio-French Alliance of Addis Ababa, Monday, May 23rd, 2016, 6:30 PM.

C:/Users/TypoTeX/Documents/LaTex/documents/ANNALES-ETHIOPIE/COUVJean-François Breton, archéologue et ancien directeur du Centre français des études éthiopiennes, présentera son dernier ouvrage (bilingue français-anglais), Les bâtisseurs des deux rives de la mer Rouge. Traditions et innovations architecturales du IXe siècle avant J.-C. au VIe siècle après J.-C, 5e volume des Annales d’Éthiopie hors-séries, publié en 2015 par le CFEE et les Éditions de Boccard.

Jean-François Breton, an archaeologist and former director of the French Centre for Ethiopian Studies, will present his last book (bilingual French-English), Builders across the Red Sea. Ninth Century BC to Sixth Century AD, being the 5th volume of the special issues of Annales d’Éthiopie (CFEE/de Boccard, 2015).

Voir la présentation de cet ouvrage sur le blog / See the book presentation on this blog: https://cfee.hypotheses.org/1225

 

(in French) Journées d’étude : Lieux de culte et transferts culturels en Éthiopie antique

ATELIER / WORKSHOP

Lieux de culte et transferts culturels en Éthiopie antique,
Ier millénaire avant – Ier millénaire de notre ère :
actualité de la recherche archéologique

Journées d’étude organisée par Iwona Gajda (CNRS, UMR 8167 Orient & Méditerranée) et Anne Benoist (CNRS, UMR 5133 ArchéOrient) du 14 au 16 avril 2016, Paris. Continuer la lecture de (in French) Journées d’étude : Lieux de culte et transferts culturels en Éthiopie antique

Conference: Migration and exile in the Horn of Africa

COLLOQUE / SYMPOSIUM

MigrationsOn November 17th and 18th 2015, the CFEE, the CEDEJ-Khartoum and the University of Khartoum have organised an international conference on Migration and Exile in the Horn of Africa: State of Knowledge and Current Debates.

 

See the program, the list of the partners and pictures of the event below.

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Publication: Understanding Contemporary Ethiopia

PUBLICATION

Gérard PRUNIER, Éloi FICQUET, eds., Understanding Contemporary Ethiopia. Monarchy, Revolution and the Legacy of Meles Zenawi, London, Hurst & Company, 2015, 521 p.

When we think of Ethiopia we tend to think in cliches: Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, the Falasha Jews, the epic reign of Emperor Haile Selassie, the Communist Revolution, famine and civil war. Among the countries of Africa it has a high profile yet is poorly known. How- ever all cliches contain within them a kernel of truth, and occlude much more. Today’s Ethiopia (and its painfully liberated sister state of Eritrea) are largely obscured by these mythical views and a secondary literature that is partial or propagandist. Moreover there have been few attempts to offer readers a comprehensive overview of the country’s recent history, politics and culture that goes beyond the usual guidebook fare. Understanding Contemporary Ethiopia seeks to do just that, presenting a measured, detailed and systematic analysis of the main features of this unique country, now building on the foundations of a magical and tumultuous past as it struggles to emerge in the modern world on its own terms.

Both editors have been directors of the French Centre for Ethiopian Studies (CFEE).

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CFP: The First World War from Tripoli to Mogadishu (1911-1924)

APPEL À CONTRIBUTIONS / CALL FOR PAPERS

The First World War from Tripoli to Mogadishu (1911-1924)

« How, because of two wild beasts the world was set alight »

International conference, Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia) / September 30th-October 1st 2016

Deadline for the call for abstracts: January 29th 2016. Deadline postponed to February 12th 2016. Deadline for full selected papers: July 4th 2016

Read more below.

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Les bâtisseurs des deux rives de la mer Rouge / Builders across the Red Sea

PUBLICATION CFEE / CFEE PUBLICATION

C:/Users/TypoTeX/Documents/LaTex/documents/ANNALES-ETHIOPIE/COUVLe 5e volume des Annales d’Éthiopie hors-série, Les bâtisseurs des deux rives de la mer Rouge. Traditions et innovations architecturales du IXe siècle avant J.-C. au VIe siècle après J.-C, de Jean-François Breton (avec la collaboration de Jean-Claude Bessac), vient de paraître. Cet ouvrage bilingue (français et anglais) traite des liens architecturaux qui ont uni l’Arabie du Sud et la Corne de l’Afrique durant l’Antiquité.

The 5th volume of the special issues of Annales d’Éthiopie has just been published. Builders across the Red Sea. Ninth Century BC to Sixth Century AD, by Jean-François Breton (with the collaboration of Jean-Claude Bessac), is a bilingual work (French and English) dealing with the architectural ties between ancient Southern Arabia and the Horn of Africa.

Plus d’information ci-dessous / Read more below

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Report: The Jerusalem Workshop on East African Migrations in the Middle East

CONJONCTURE / CURRENT ISSUES

International Workshop, May 5, 2015 at the French Research Centre in Jerusalem: East African Migrations in the Middle East: A Reassessment

A report by Fesseha Berhe (Mekelle University/CFEE)

The International Workshop on ‘East African Migrations in the Middle East: A Reassessment’ organized by the French Research Centre in Jerusalem (CRFJ) and co-sponsored by the French Centre for Ethiopian Studies (CFEE) was held in Jerusalem on May 5, 2015 (read the program on CRFJ website: http://www.crfj.org/?p=3773). The aim of the workshop was to create a forum for policy makers and scholars (both advanced and young scholars) to discuss on the new trends in the existing research on migration and to offer new, interdisciplinary and trans-global research paradigms. In the workshop, papers focused on East African migrations in the Middle East were presented by scholars coming from France, Israel and Ethiopia and from a wide range of disciplines in the field of social sciences and humanities.

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CFP: Migrations et exils dans la Corne / Migration and exile in the Horn

APPEL A COMMUNICATIONS / CALL FOR PAPERS

Conférence internationale, Khartoum, du 16 au 18 novembre 2015 / International conference, Khartoum, November 16-18th 2015

Cette conférence co-organisée par le CEDEJ de Khartoum et le CFEE d’Addis-Abeba, avec le soutien de l’Institut français (Paris), vise à faire un état des lieux de la recherche en sciences sociales sur les migrations de la Corne de l’Afrique à partir des travaux récents menés à la fois dans les régions d’origine, les régions de transit et celles de destination des migrants et des réfugiés.

CEDEJ (French Research Centre for Social Sciences) in Khartoum and CFEE (French Centre for Ethiopian Studies) in Addis Ababa invite interested participants to a scientific conference supported by the Institut français (Paris). The conference aims to create an overview of the current state of research on migrations in the Horn of Africa. It will focus on the recent fieldwork conducted in the migrants’ and exilees’ areas of origins, transit and destination.

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