Wichale XVII: The Attempt to Establish a Protectorate Over Ethopia

Sven Rubenson

Published by Institute of Ethiopian Studies, 1964
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Publisher: Institute of Ethiopian Studies Date of Publication: 1964 Binding: soft cover Edition: First Edition Condition: Near Fine Description: Inked name on half title page: William Shack (1923-2000), professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley, and dean emeritus of the graduate division. A prominent scholar of African cultures, Shack was known internationally for his pioneering fieldwork on the Gurage people of Ethiopia and for a series of books on African society. No other markings in book. Sven A. Rubenson was born in Sweden and educated at the University of Lund where he received degrees in Philosophy. He went to Ethiopia in 1947 and spent 30 years there in teaching, research, and administration. He established the department of history at the Haile Sellassie I University in 1962 and was dean of the Faculty of Arts from 1968-70. 78pp. Bookseller Inventory # 3003952

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Title: Wichale XVII: The Attempt to Establish a ...

Publisher: Institute of Ethiopian Studies

Publication Date: 1964

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Book Condition:Very Good

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