Research in Ethiopian Studies
The contributions which are published here have been selected on the basis of a long process involving a large number of people. All the articles included have been read by at least one, and often two, experts in the field, in addition to the editors. Comments from external reviewers and the editors have been communicated to the authors, and revised versions have been re-read by editors and reviewers. The forty six papers in this book: Research in Ethiopian Studies are in the major areas of research interest in Ethiopian studies which include the following: philology, medieval and modern history, art history, anthropology, linguistics, law, international relations and politics, elections and human rights, literature, development studies, gender, urban studies, children and childhood, music and fine arts, religion and beliefs.