weitere Titel zum Thema:
For over a quarter of a century Siegbert Uhlig has been involved in Ethiopian Studies. As wide as the scope of his interests and contributions to Ethiopian Studies has been, so versatile is the thematic range of the 36 articles in this anthology. The essays in fields such as philology, history, linguistics, anthropology and arts were written by the éthiopisants from Ethiopia, Germany, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Thailand, the United Kingdom and the USA. The Festschrift also includes an account of Ethiopian Studies in Hamburg, and a selected bibliography of Siegbert Uhlig’s publications. An index to the contributions of the collection will be made available on the internet.
List of contributors:
L. Gerhardt, J. Abbink, H. Amborn, D. Appleyard, B. Zewde, B. Tafla, E. Balicka-Witakowska, A. Bausi, B. Yimam, V. Böll, S. Chernetsov, G. Fiaccadori, G. Haile, G. Gelaye, M. Heldman, O. Kapeliuk, S. Kaplan, M. Kleiner, J. Launhardt, G. Lusini, P. Marrassini, A. Martinez, S. Munro-Hay,D. Nosnitsin, R. Pankhurst, H. Rubinkowska, H. Scholler, S. Bekele, W. Smidt,E. Sokolinskaia, E.J. van Donzel, R. Voigt, E. Wagner, S. Weninger, W. Witakowski, R. Zuurmond, T. Rave