Dr. Takele Merid

Dr. Takele Merid

Assistant professor

RESEARCH WORKS

  • Takele Merid, Guday Emrie and Belay Simane (2017) “Local Climate Change Perceptions and Adaptation Strategies in East Gojjam Zone, Northwestern Ethiopia: Anthropological Approach”. In Climate Change Adaptation in an African Context: Fostering Resilience and Capacity to Adapt, edited by Filho, Walter et al, Springer, pp.567-586.
  • Takele Merid (2017) “The Pattern of Indigenous Energy Use in Sinan District of East Gojjam, Northwest Ethiopia”. Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Workshop of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa University Press.
  • Takele Merid (2017) “Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and Changing Livelihood Strategies of Gedeo People, Southern Ethiopia”. Journal of Forest, Trees and Livelihoods (forthcoming).
  • Takele Merid and Van Rooijen, Daniel (2017) “Roles and Challenges of Micro and Small Enterprises as Livelihood Strategies of the Youth in the Bale Eco-Region”. Journal of Eastern African Studies (forthcoming)
  • Takele Merid and Guday Emrie (2017) “Challenges of Climate Change on Gender-Based Indigenous Energy Use: a Reference to Rural Community in East Gojjam, Northwest Ethiopia”. Journal of Eastern African Studies (forthcoming)
  • Desalegn Amsalu, Takele Merid and Letsa Lela (2017) Youth Livelihood Strategies in the Bale Eco-Region, Ethiopia. Farm Africa and IWMI.
  • Takele Merid (2017) Pottery as Engendered Culture among the Kechene Community, Addis Ababa Fifth Annual Workshop of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa University Press (in Press).
  • Takele Merid (2016) “Gender Aspects of Livelihood Strategies in Changing Environment: The Case of Selected Communities in East Gojjam Zone, Northwestern Ethiopia”. A PhD Dissertation in Social Anthropology, Addis Ababa University.
  • Takele Merid (2015) “The Culture-Nature Interactions: The Role of Tree in the Rite of Passage among the Gedeo People of Southern Ethiopia”. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa: Addis Ababa University Press, 2015, pp. 125- 146.
  • Takele Merid (2014) “Change in the Society-Environment Interactions and the Challenges of Livelihood Strategies: The Case of Communities in Jawi Woreda, Northwestern Ethiopia”. In the Proceedings of The Second Annual Workshop of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa University Press. Pp. 33-56.
  • Takele Merid (2008) “Indigenous Knowledge Systems and their Contributions in the Development Process” a paper presented on the National Conference of Culture, Organized by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, June 7, 2008. This article also published in The Ethiopian Herald of  June 25, 2008, page 10 and  Magazine of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of June,2008 vol.1 no. 1 pp.11-14.
  • ታከለ መርዕድ (2000) ሀገር በቀል እውቀቶች ለዘላቂ ልማት፡፡ የባህልና ቱሪዝም መጽሔት ቅጂ 1፣ ቁጥር 1. ሰኔ 2000 ዓም፤ ገጽ 11-14፤ አዲስ አበባ፤
  • Takele Merid (2007) “Gendered Culture-Pottery as Women’s Activity in Ethiopia: A Case Study of Selected Sites in Addis Ababa and its Surroundings”. MA thesis in Ethiopian Studies specialized in Cultural Studies: Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University, 2007.