From “Subject to Citizen”? History, Identity and Minority Citizenship: The Case of the Mao and Komo of Western Ethiopia

@article{Meckelburg2018FromT,
  title={From “Subject to Citizen”? History, Identity and Minority Citizenship: The Case of the Mao and Komo of Western Ethiopia},
  author={Alexander Meckelburg},
  journal={Aethiopica: International Journal of Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies},
  year={2018},
  volume={20},
  pages={338–340-338–340}
}
  • Alexander Meckelburg
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science
  • Aethiopica: International Journal of Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies
ion of multi-cultural realities. Accordingly, conflicts over ownership of territory have become a noticeable feature of the negotiations of political power in the new regions. The federal boundaries became contested spaces between regional states. As we have seen in the case of the Berta Oromo confrontation over Begi, federal boundaries are the product of majority groups’ claims over territory. The dispersed minorities on the other hand have to negotiate their political agency across these… Expand
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