Some interesting contributions to the Eritrea debate.
The Africa Today journal devoted it’s recent volume (vol. 60 no 2) to research papers on Post-liberation Eritrea. Of the five papers in this special issue, four dealt with Eritrean immigrants and refugees. This demonstrates how much emigration and refugees define Post-liberation Eritrea–or simply ‘Eritrea’.
An introduction to the volume was written by the editor Dr. Tekle M. Woldemikael. The introduction titled “Postliberation Eritrea” gives a background on Eritrea and briefly describes the five papers in the volume:
(1) Globalization, Imitation Behavior, and Refugees from Eritrea.
by Assefaw Bariagaber (Professor, Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University, USA)
(2)Civil Society and Cyberspace: Reflections on Dehai, Asmarino, and Awate.
by Victoria Bernal (Professor, School of Social Sciences, University of California at Irvine, USA)
(3) The Catch-22 of Resistance: Jokes and the Political Imagination of Eritrean Conscripts.
by David M. Bozzini (Postdoctoral Research Associate…
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