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

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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

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Sudan’s Discursive Battlefield: 1983-1989

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Sudan’s Discursive Battlefield: 1983-1989

By Sebabatso Manoeli

(In English)

The 1980s were unsurprisingly a tumultuous decade for Sudanese politics. President Nimeiri’s dramatic decline in popularity in the early 1980s, the rekindling of war in 1983, the bloodless coup of 1985, and the series of coalition governments that proliferated in the aftermath are but a few acmes of the disruptive era. Yet despite the rapid political changes, all the regimes of this decade relied on a remarkably consistent propaganda strategy to combat the proponents of the Southern cause. Among these seditious political organizations, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement and Army (SPLM/A) posed the most significant threat to the state. The government thus employed a two-pronged approach designed to shame Ethiopia and to belittle the SPLM to international audiences. It is important to note that discrediting strategies typically rely on moralistic rhetoric affecting the emotions of target audiences.

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Imag(in)ing the SPLM/A (1983-1989)

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CFEE Seminar on Contemporary Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa (2014-2015)

7e séance / 7th session : Imag(in)ing the SPLM/A (1983-1989), par / by Sebabatso MANOELI

Cette séance est organisée en partenariat avec le Centre d’études africaines et orientales de l’Université d’Addis-Abeba / This session is organised in partnership with the Center for African and Oriental Studies of Addis Ababa University.

Jeudi 16 avril 2015 (14h) / Thursday, April 16th 2015 (2:00 pm). Lieu / Venue : Addis Ababa University, Sidist Kilo Campus, College of Social Science Building, Room 114, NCR.

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ICES 19 | 19th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, Warsaw

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La 19e Conférence internationale des études éthiopienne (ICES) se tiendra à Varsovie et sera organisée par l’Université de Varsovie du 24 au 28 août 2015.

19th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies (ICES)  will be held in Warsaw and organized by the University of Warsaw from August 24th to 28th 2015.

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Annales d’Éthiopie, vol. 28, 2013

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Annales d’Éthiopie, n° 28, 2013

Dossier thématique : « Pouvoir et représentations : Tafari Makwannen, héritier du trône », dirigé par Giulia Bonacci (CFEE/IRD), et varia.

Special issue: « Power and representations: Tafari Makwannen, heir of the throne », edited by historian Giulia Bonacci (CFEE/IRD), and miscellaneous.

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Annales d’Éthiopie, n° 27, 2012

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Annales d’Éthiopie, n° 27, 2012

Dossier thématique : « L’Occident, la croisade et l’Éthiopie » (dir. Robin Seignobos & Benjamin Weber) / Dossier thématique : « Vers une nouvelle Éthiopie urbaine ? Politiques et pratiques des villes » (dir. Pauline Bosredon & Perrine Duroyaume) / Varia

Special issue : « The West, the crusade and Ethiopia » (dir. Robin Seignobos & Benjamin Weber) / Special issue : « On the way to a new urban Ethiopia? Policies and practices of cities » (dir. Pauline Bosredon, Marie Bridonneau & Perrine Duroyaume) / Miscellaneous

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