Results 1 – 12 of 18 Ras Alula and the Scramble for Africa: A Political Biography: Ethiopia & Eritrea Dec 1, by Haggai Erlich. Ras Alula was one of the big men or Telek Saw who played a prominent role in the making of modern Ethiopia. He was famous enough to be lamented by a. Emeritus Professor Haggai Erlich gave a public lecture on Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and Ethiopian Exile and Interreligious Conceptualization on March 18, .
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In the Open University he also developed Ethiopian studies and for the purpose hgagai three introductory books in Hebrew.
Be the first to review this product! His studies on the Middle East deal mainly with the development of higher education and the role of students in politics. Hosted By Hamburg University Press. Aethiopica8 1 A five volume history of the Middle East from 18th century developments in the Ottoman Empire to World War I, and the establishment of the modern states of the Middle East.
One erloch the reconstruction of major junctures of political connections and strategic collisions. As such, it is also an insightful analysis of late 19th century Ethiopian sociopolitics. Analysis of the birth of the Eritrean nationalist movement and fight for independence.
Retrieved from ” https: In in the World Masters Games in Denmark, he came second in the 45 — 50 category, clearing elich. Haggai Erlich in Erlich heads a committee at the Open University, tasked with facilitating studies for Arab students; in this context, he is also in charge of translating ten of the courses in various fields into Arabic.
He is the Landau Prize recipient for in African Studies. Also available in print at the Harrassowitz Publishing House. Volume 5 The Middle East During World War IIanalyzes the same inter-generational tensions in Arab societies during the war, the anti-British activities on the one hand and the final victory as of on the other hand of the elite groups leading to the erlicg of the rather conservative Arab League The submitting author ensures that the manuscript has been approved by all the authors.
The conceptual dilemmas of Ethiopia’s Christian establishments, of Ethiopia’s Muslim communities and of the Saudis are hggai as they have developed along and influenced these processes.
The fourth part analyzes the communist revolution under Mengistu Haile Mariam to as a recycling of the medieval siege culture in a new cloak, and argues that today’s opening to both the outside world as well as to internal diversity and free economy is the first authentic revolution in the country’s history. Erlich as chief editor will cover the history of the region’s various states from to the s, each volume concluding with a succinct analysis to The analysis combines the factual changes with an exploration of the ways in which religious formulations of the nearby “other” influenced policymaking and were also reshaped by it.
Israel Gershoni and Meir Hatina eds. This book was edited by Erlich with Israel Gershoni. Issues kindly supported by.
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Haggai Erlich: The Cross and the River: Ethiopia, Egypt, and the Nile | Aethiopica
It is a collection of 18 articles contributed by some of the world’s leading scholars of Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia, of Islam and of Eastern Christianity. These articles were originally presented in a international conference held in Tel Aviv University and in Jerusalem under the same title. Authors retain copyright and grant the journal an exclusive right of first publication in paper and electronic form. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediatelyespecially if potentially libelous or harmful.
With the submission, the author or authors hereafter authors certify and warrant, on behalf of themselves and their co-authors, that:. Erlich’s work addresses important questions of contemporary interest. It demonstrates how initial Islamic and Christian concepts remain directly relevant in the region hagagi.
Also available in print at the Harrassowitz Publishing House. The content of the manuscript is completely free from copyright violation. This book follows two dimensions in the history of Egypt’s modernization.
It focuses mainly on the internal struggles of the Eritreans as they were interwoven with two simultaneous developments: This product hasn’t received any reviews yet. Simultaneously, the story of this son of a peasant—his erlcih and failures, his ambitions and weaknesses, his achievements and mistakes—was all an important factor in those developments.
His studies on the relations between Ethiopia and the Middle East — a field he is pioneering — reconstruct the history of major strategic meeting points and focus mainly on the conceptual Islamic-Christian dimensions and the religious historical legacies which inspired and continue to eglich those relations.
The introduction, written with co-editor and co-organizer Professor Israel Gershoni, presents the main theme of the book: The legal code of the Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4. However, the work will not be altered or transformed. Ethiopia being the main source of Egypt’s Nile, and Egypt being the main source of Ethiopia’s Christianity.