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Oromia and Ethiopia: State Formation and Ethnonational Conflict, 1868-2004

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Oromia and Ethiopia: State Formation and Ethnonational Conflict, 1868-2004 - Jalata, Asafa
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This work traces the cultural and political history of the Oromo and their relationship with the Ethiopian state. In recent years, Ethiopia has experienced ethnic conflicts, divisions, and balkanization, including the emergence of Oromo nationalism and the notion of Oromia. Oromo are one of the largest ethnic groups in Ethiopia, generally referred to until recently as "Galla" -- a name of outside imposition. Since the 1970s, Oromohood and the assertion of the self-identifying name Oromo have forced themselves upon the ...

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Oromia and Ethiopia: State Formation and Ethnonational Conflict, 1868-2004 2005, Red Sea Press(NJ)

ISBN-13: 9781569022467

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