ASAFA JALATA PDF

CURRICULUM VITAE. PRESENT POSITION. present. Professor of Sociology, Africana Studies, and Global Studies at the University of Tennessee. Asafa Jalata of University of Tennessee, TN (UTK). Read 67 publications, and contact Asafa Jalata on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. Asafa Jalata is Professor of Sociology and Global and Africana Studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. His expertise focuses on the.

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His teaching and research expertise focuses on the areas of Oromo studies, global studies, development and international inequality, social movements, jalats, terrorism studies, indigenous studies, human rights, and race and ethnicity. His research concentration has been on Oromia, the Oromo country, and its interactions with Ethiopia and the modern world system.

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Asafa Jalata (Author of Oromia and Ethiopia)

Recently he has been shifting his research toward examining the relationship between globalization and human rights violations and the impacts of terrorism from state and non-state actors. From Christopher Columbus to Aasfa bin Laden. His research also focuses on human rights and indigenous issues on the global level. Professor Jalata has published and edited eight books and authored sixty refereed articles in regional and international journals and several book chapters.

For further information, see http: Reprinted in paperback, []. The Red Sea Press. Foreign Policy toward Oromia and Ethiopia: The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol. Contending Nationalisms of Oromia and Ethiopia: Struggling for Statehood, Sovereignty, and Multinational Democracy.

Oromo Culture, Identity and Nationalism. State Formation and Ethnonational Conflict.

Comparing the African American and Oromo Movements. Oromo Nationalism and the Ethiopian Discourse: The Search for Freedom and Democracy. The University of Tennessee. Search The University of Tennessee: Teaching and Asava Curriculum Vitae.

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