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Assistant Professor
Year Started at JMU: 2020
dinkaex@jmu.edu
Contact Info

Education

PhD in History, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, 2018

Research interests

Environmental history, the political history of Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa, and Oromo-Ethiopia historiographies.

Teaching areas

African History, World History survey courses

 

Selected publications and presentations

Book

Society, Revolution and Military Intervention in Ethiopian Politics: Experiences among the Macca Oromo of Wallagga During the Darg Regime, 1974-1991 (Saarbrucken: Lap Lambert, 2011).

 

Peer-reviewed Articles

 “Resistance and integration in the Ethiopian empire: the case of Macca Oromo of Qellem, 1880s-1941,” Florida Annals, 19 (2012), 87-100.     

 “Assessing the Aftermath of Adwa in Wallagga Territory (Ethiopia): the case of Leeqaa-Naqamtee and Qellem (1896-1937),” Proceedings of International Conference of Social Science and Humanity, 2 (Singapore, 2011), 482-84.

 Magazine articles

“Oromo Protests: the ‘Oromo Street’ and Africa’s Counter-Protest State (Part I),” Addis Standard, June 9, 2016.

“Oromo Protests: the ‘Oromo Street’ and Africa’s Counter-Protest State (Part II),” Addis Standard, July 25, 2016.

“Oromo Protests: the ‘Oromo Street’ and Africa’s Counter-Protest State (Part III),” Addis Standard, September 16, 2016. 

Book projects

Balagär, Balabbat and Ba’id: A History of Local Conflicts, Bargains and State Construction in Imperial Ethiopia (Ca. 1880s-1974)

A.Triulzi, T. Ta’a and Etana Dinka (trans & eds), Documents for Wallagga History, Ethiopia (ca. 1880s-1920s E.C.)


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