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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baggai By using this site, hxggai agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. In so doing the series surveys developments in each of the major countries, but also attempts to narrate hagfai history of the region as the home of a common Islamic-Arab civilization.

This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. A detailed analysis of the development of higher education in the region combined with discussion of the rule of students in changing the Middle East along eight major historical junctures, from the rise of modern nationalist movements to the Arab Spring.

The Cross and the River: The other dimension is the role of students in politics. A biography of Ethiopia’s national hero, Ras Alulathe general and statesman who played a central role in Ethiopia’s struggle for survival in facing late 19th century imperialism.

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Haggai Erlich: Islam and Christianity in the Horn of Africa: Somalia, Ethiopia, Sudan

Contributors who publish with this journal agree to the following license and copyright agreement:. 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. The content of the manuscript is completely free from copyright violation. The life and times of this great Ethiopian political figure of the 19th century in its vicissitudes reflects some of the major issues in his period.

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The conceptual dilemmas of Ethiopia’s Christian establishments, of Ethiopia’s Muslim communities and of the Saudis are analyzed as they have developed along and influenced these processes. Write your review here: Views Read Edit View history. The narrative follows the development of strategic relations ever since Mussolini’s conquest of Ethiopia through the Ogaden War and local activities of the terrorism networks of the s.

Be the first to review this product! The content of the manuscript is completely free from copyright violation. Ethiopia, Egypt, and the Nile. In the Open University he also developed Ethiopian studies and for the purpose wrote three introductory books in Hebrew. With the submission, the author or authors hereafter authors certify and warrant, on behalf of themselves and their co-authors, that:.

All prices are in USD. The series analyses the “Parliamentarian” s and “The Crisis of the s” focusing mainly on the dynamism of inter-generational tensions as a key to sociopolitical and ideological changes.

It demonstrates how initial Islamic and Christian concepts remain directly relevant in the region today. He composed some of the paratroops’ popular songs, some of which are still in circulation.

A history of sixteen centuries of relations is analyzed, revolving around dimensions of mutual dependence: He was famous enough to be lamented by a British historian as, “the greatest leader that Abyssinia has produced since the death of the emperor Theodore in Ethiopia being the main source of Egypt’s Nile, and Egypt being the main source of Ethiopia’s Christianity. Aethiopica14 1 Court of jurisdiction is Hamburg, Germany.

Erlich Haggai, Middle Eastern and African History

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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The program he developed frombased on ten volumes of introduction he wrote himself, was recognized in by the Higher Education Council of Israel as a BA program in “the Middle East and its Cultures”.

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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 Copyright Agreement Authors will retain the copyright for their intellectual work. The revival of Tigrean hegemony over Ethiopia; the military victories which guaranteed the survival Ethiopia’s independence; the rise of Menelik II and the great national erlcih near Adwa were all milestones in the Ras’s life.

Haggai Italians and Ethiopians regarded Alula as the most persistent opponent of Italian involvement in Ethiopian affairs. Authors retain copyright and grant the journal an exclusive right of first publication in paper and erlixh form. Newsletter signup Name Email. Haggai Erlich was born to a working-class family in Tel Avivwas a member of the leftist youth movement Hashomer Hatsair and studied in the Oriental Class of Tel Aviv municipality secondary school D.

The pivotal theme is the ever-dynamic interplay between the various social and political forces in Egypt and the country’s various identities — Islamic, Arab, Egyptian. Erlich discusses its role among ethnic minorities and on the margins of society, and ends with its apparent revolution and penetration into the core as of the s. An hagggai by H.