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Prof.
Temesgen
Baye

 

T.G.Baye is an Associate Professor of History at Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia.He is the author of “Land Tenure, Land reform and Qalad System in Ethiopia, (1941-74,” Journal of Asian and African Studies. Vol. 46 (1) 2011; “Women and Access to Resources in Ethiopia,”JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Vol.27 (2015); “Peasants, land reform and property right in Ethiopia: The experience of Gojjam Province, 1974 to 1997,” Journal of African Studies and Development .Vol. 5(6), 145 - 156, 2013;“History of Land Measurement in Shashemene(Ethiopia),” 1941 – 1974”  African  Journal of History and Culture. Vol.1(4) ,2011;“History of Land Measurement in Shashemene(Ethiopia),” 1941 – 1974”  African  Journal of History and Culture. Vol.1(4) ,2011;“Land Policy and Development Plans in Ethiopia, 1957-73,” (Under Review) ; “Land Taxes in Ethiopia ,” (Under Review);“Land Dispute, Legal Dualism and Mode of Litigation in Ethiopia,” Journal of Law,Bahir Dar University (Under Review);“Hierarchy, Power and Rivalry in Traditional Polity of Ethiopia,” Insight Africa (Forthcoming Soon) ;“Muslims and Artisans in Ethiopia:  History, Identity and Right to Land ,” Journal of Muslim Minority(Under Review);“Poverty, Peasantry and Agriculture in Ethiopia,” (Under Review);“Church, State  and the Gult System in Gojjam, Ethiopia,” Zamani(under review); “Property Rights and Implications for Productivity in Ethiopia: A Historical Perspective,” Social Dynamics: A journal of African studies(under review);“The Genesis and Evolution of the Ethiopian Revolution: A note by the Participants of the Event,” History in Africa  Vol. 37(2010); and  “The Evolution and Development of Kingship and Traditional Governance in Ethiopia: A Case of the Kefa Kingdom,” Journal of Asian and African Studies.Vol.47, April 2012; “Ethnic Conflict, Interaction and Cohabitation in Africa: The Case of Nuer and  Anuak” Eastern Africa Social Science Review.Vol.29 (2),2013; “Gojjam(Ethiopia): peopling, Christianization, and Identity,” African Identities. Vol.14(1),2016

Interests: Agriculture, Land righs, Common lands, Cadastral Systems Development; Land Administration

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Ethiopia 2190 Bahir Dar
Ethiopia
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