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Socio-Cultural History of Ethiopia and the Horn, 16th-19th Century
Submission DeadlineNov. 30, 2019

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Lead Guest Editor
Solomon Berhe Tedla
Department of History and Heritage Management, Wolaita Sodo University, Wolaita, Ethiopia
Guest Editors
  • Dinar Amare Gebre Giorgis
    Department of History and Heritage Management, Mekele University, Mekele, Ethiopia
  • Seid Ahmed Mohammed
    Department of History, Arbaminch University, Arbaminch, Ethiopia
  • Wondu Argaw Yimam
    Department of History and Heritage Management, Wolaita Sodo University, Wolaita Sodo, Ethiopia
  • Abesha Shirko Lambebo
    Department of History and Heritage Management, Wolaita Sodo University, Wolaita Sodo, Ethiopia
  • Henok Yonas Alambo
    Department of History and Heritage Management, Wolaita Sodo University, Wolaita Sodo, Ethiopia
  • Mohammed Seid Mohammed Ali
    Department of History and Heritage Management, Wolaita Sodo University, Wolaita Sodo, Ethiopia
Introduction
The period from 1500 to 1899, (16th -20th century) is fundamental in the history of Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa. Particularly, the period is fundamental for social formations on the region since most of the inhabitants of the region coalesced during these four centuries into bigger social, economic, religious, cultural and political aggregates that make up the Ethiopian people and the people of the Horn today. In particular, the various ethnic and linguistic communities of present-day Horn of Africa with their colorful culture and social life are the products of this period. Politically, two processes of state building and centralization of political authority characterized the period. This was also the period of long distance trade including the slave trade that connected the region with its surroundings and the outside world. Hence, the proposed special issue opens the platform for researchers that do significant researches to answer important questions about the region and display their findings to the scientific community and the public.
Aims and Scope:
  1. State Formation
  2. Centralization
  3. Population Movement
  4. Long Distance Trade
  5. Slave Trade
  6. Expansion
  7. Religion
  8. Language
  9. Culture
  10. South Ethiopia Ethnic Groups
  11. Resistance And War
  12. Peoples Interaction
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