Dr. Ahmed Hasen

Dr. Ahmed Hasen

Associate professor 

Published

(1994). “Review Article on Prowess, Piety and Politics: The Chronicles of Abéto Iyyasu and Empress Zewditu of Ethiopia ((1909-1930) as Recorded by Alaqa Gabara Igziabher Elias. Edited and Translated by R>K> Molvaer. Rüdiger Köppe, 1994.” Journal of Ethiopian Studies Vol. XXVII no.2, pp.97-102.

 (1995). “Italian local Politics in northern Shawa and its Consequences,” in Journal of Ethiopian Studies. XXVIII, No.2. Addis Ababa:   AAU, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, pp.1-13.

(1997). “State and Ethnic Relations in Northern Shawa (Ethiopia), 1912-1935,” in Ethiopia in Broader Perspectives: papers of the XIIIth International Conference of Ethiopian Studies. Kyoto.

 (1999). Wazema Torennät Gitimoch (Poems on the eve of the Italo-Ethiopian War (1935-1941),” in Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference of the Institute of Language Studies. Addis Ababa: Addis Ababa University Press.

(2000). “The Italian Impact on Ethnic relations: A Case Study of a Regional policy in Northern Shawa (Ethiopia), 1936-1941,” Annales d’Ethiopie. Vol. XVI. Paris: Servedit/ Centre Française d’Études éthiopiennes (CFEE).

(2001). “Some Notes on Harar and the Local Trade Routes: A Report on the view of Ex-Merchants of Shawa,” Annales  d’Ethiopie. Vol. XVII. Paris: Servedit/ CFEE.

(2002). “Close yet Far: Northern Shawa under the Derg,” in Wendy James et al. Remapping Ethiopia: Socialism and After. Oxford: James Currey.

(2002). “Emperor Menelik’s Attempts towards Political Integration: A Case study of Northern Shawa (Ethiopia), 1889-1906,” Annales d’Ethiopie. Vol. XVIII. Paris: Table Rond/CFEE.

(2003). “Shaykh Sa’id  Bushra ibn ‘Alī: A Story of His Holy Life,” Saints, Holy men, Biography and History in Africa. Mainz, Johannes Guttenberg University (Frankfurt/Berlin,)

(2006).  “A Historical Survey of Centres of Traditional Islamic Education in Northern Shäwa with Particular reference to     Twentieth  Century.”  Journal of Ethiopian Studies. Vol. XXXIX, 1-2 (Addis   Ababa University Institute of Ethiopian Studies, 2006), 13-33.

 (2007). “L’islam en Éthiopie,” in Gérard Prunier, L’Éthiopie  Contemporaine. Paris: Karthala

(2008). “A Preliminary Note on Religious Tolerance in Ethiopia: A Historical Review of Discourse about Islam.” Papers and Proceedings of Conferences on Fostering Shared Core National Values and In Enhancing   Religious Tolerance in Ethiopia in the New Millennium, Inter Africa Group. Addis Ababa.

(2010). “Makers of Islamic Literary Activities in Ethiopia : A Survey since   16th Century”. In Islam in Ethiopia. Napol

tr.(2011). Some Remarks of Sultan Ali-Mirah Hanfere (1944-2011): From His own Reminiscences, His Successors’ and Others’. Addis Ababa: CFEE&Eclipse. (Translated from French into Amharic)

(2013). “The Coup d’État of Septembre 26, 1916 : Different Perceptions.”  Journal of Ethiopian Studies.Vol.XLVI. Addis Ababa : Addis Ababa University Printing.

(2014a). “Lej Iyyassu : A Reformist Young Prince ?”  in Eloi Ficquet and Wolbert G.C.Smidt (eds.)The Life and Time of Lej Iyassu of Ethiopia : New Insights. LITVERLAG & GmbHCo.KGWien Zweigniederlassung Zurich.

(2014b). “ Selected Diseases and their Traditional Prevention Mechanisms in the Jawi District (Awi Zone) : Past and Present ”  Proceedings of the Second Annual Workshop of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies, May21, 2013. Addis Ababa : Addis Ababa University printing.

(2014c).“Evaluating Muslim Ethiopia: The Christian Legacy, Identity Politics and Islamic Reformism.”  Journal of Ethiopian Studies XLVII: 120-129.

(2015 a).         Ethiopian Studies at the Brink of Its 50th Anniversary: Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, edited by Ahmed Hassen, with Aklilu Yilma.  Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University. 

(2015b).“Volker Sitz and the Ethiopian Studies: A Reappraisal of His Multidisciplinary Research Method on Ethiopian Studies.” ITYOPIS: Northeast African Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Vol 1.

(2016a).   Revisiting Emperor Menelik: A Historical Essay in Reinterpretation, c.1855-1906. Journal of Ethiopian Studies XLIX: 79-97.

(2016b).Movements in Ethiopia, Ethiopia in Movement: Proceedings of the 18th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, edited by Ahmed Hassen with Eloi Fiquet, and Thomas Osmond. Los Angeles: Tsehay Publishers.

(2016c).  “Rural Protests in Northeastern Shawa and Southern Wällo: Towards a History of Social Movement, 1941-1974” in Movements in Ethiopia, Ethiopia in Movement: Proceedings of the 18th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, edited by Ahmed Hassen with Eloi Fiquet, and Thomas Osmond. Los Angeles: Tsehay Publishers.

(2016 d). “Profile of Aster Ayyana and Berqnash Kabadda: The Two Pioneer Nurses in the Third Kagnew Peacekeeping Mission of 1953/1954”. Annales d’Ethiopie, XXX. Paris: De Boccard.

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(1987). “Aspects of a History of Efrata-Jillé (Shoa Region), with Particular Reference to Twentieth Century,” Unpublished B.A. Thesis, Addis Ababa University, History. Research Advisor: Ato Shiferaw Bekele.

(1994). “A Historical Survey of Ethnic relations in Ifat and Timmuga, Northeast Shawa,”

Unpublished M.A. Thesis, Addis Ababa University, History. Research Director: Professor

Taddesse Tamrat.

(1998). “The Argobba,” A Paper read at the 10th Annual Seminar of the Institute of Language Studies of Addis Ababa University, Held in Addis Ababa.

(1999). “ Some Historical Evidences on the Moyät traditions among the Guragé of South Central Ethiopia,” A paper read at the 11th Annual Seminar of the institute of language Studies of Addis Ababa University, held in Addis Ababa.

(1999). “ Protracted Inter-ethnic Conflicts in the Area of Karraqori, Ifat (Ethiopia), 1941-1991,” A Research granted  by the Organisation of Social Sciences Research for Eastern and  Southern Africa (OSSREA), 12th OSSREA Research Award whose Report submitted to OSSREA on 30th December 1999

(2000-2001). “Les relations entre l’Etat et les communautés  musulmanes: une étude du centre et de la partie orientale de l’Ethiopie, 1813-1916” Mémoire D’Etudes  Approfondies (M.A. Thesis), Institut d’Etudes Africaines, Université de Provence, Aix-Marseille I.

(2007). “Islam, commerce et politique dans l’Ifat (Éthiopie centrale) au XIXe    siècle: l’émergence d’une ville carrefour, Aleyyu Amba”  PhDThesis,  Sorbonne Paris I. Advisor: Professeur Jean-Louis TRIAUD and Co. advisor Bertrand Hirsch.

(2010). “Manzum’a in Ethiopian Islamic History: The Case of Shonke and Chali areas in Southern Wallo” Conference jointly Held by the  Institute of  Ethiopian Studies and French Center for Ethiopian Studies,

(2013). “A Historical Evolution of the Museum of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies’ Collections”. First International Conference of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies Museum, 1-3 November, 2013. Addis Ababa: Addis Ababa University Institute of Ethiopian Studies.

(2014). “Abd el-Qadir Hagos Muhammed on the Djabarti. ” Conference on Islamic Manuscripts in the Horn of Africa, IES, 18th-19th March, 2014. Addis ababa : Ambassade de France en Ethiopie, CFEE, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, IES.

(2014). “Research at the Institute of Ethiopian Studies, (1963 – 1998).” IES Golden Jubillee, March 21-22. 2014. Addis Ababa University Institute of Ethiopian Studies.

(2014). “Methodology of Research in Africa : The Case of the Horn ” First Interdisciplinary Conference of Warsaw University, Oct.12-13,2014. Warsaw

(2014). “Traditional Ethiopian Pilgrimages in the Context of Tourism. ” First International Conference of World Tourism on Pilgrimage, September 18-20, 2014. Santiago de Compostella

(2014). “Comparative Study of Muslim-Christian Manuscripts in Ethiopia.” International Conference on Manuscript Studies. Paris, Dece.12-13, 2014.

(2015). “Teaching in Ethiopia: The Role of the Indians (20th-21st Centuries)” in International Seminar on Ethiopia and the Indian Ocean Networks. Addis Ababa, January16, 2015.