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  Volume 10, Number 3, 2003 (New Series)

Table of Contents

From: Northeast African Studies

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Guest Editor's Introduction: Historians and Histories of the Horn of Africa: Toward a Comparative View

pp. 1-12

The Horn of Africa, Italy, and After

pp. 13-17

Haile Sellassie and Italians, 1941–1943

pp. 19-25

Genius as Madness: King Tewodros of Ethiopia and Sayyid Muhammad of Somalia in Comparative Perspective

pp. 27-32

The Low-Caste Fuga Occupational Group under the Italian Administration in the Horn of Africa

pp. 33-44

Dynamics of Intermingling Gender and Slavery in Somalia at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

pp. 45-69

Identity and Contemporary Representations: The Heritage of Alberto Pollera's Monograph, I Baria e i Kunama

pp. 71-99

Colonial Justice, Crime, and Social Stratification in the "Native Quarters" of Colonial Asmara, 1890–1941: Preliminary Insights from the Court Records of the Indigenous Tribunal of Hamasien

pp. 101-115

The Horn of Africa: Between History and Politics

pp. 117-138

Italy and the Horn of Africa: Colonial Legacies and Challenges in the Age of Globalization

pp. 139-162

National Identity and Historical Mythology in Eritrea and Somaliland

pp. 163-187

Ghosts of the Mesafint: Contemplating Conflict in Eritrean-Ethiopian History

pp. 189-211

Recycling Somalia from the Scrap Merchants of Mogadishu

pp. 213-224

Some Considerations on State Building in Divided Societies and the Role of the "International Community": Somaliland and Somalia Compared

pp. 225-247

The Constitutional Transitions in the Horn of Africa: Problematic Balancing among Traditional, Religious, and Liberal Values

pp. 249-273

Peace, Education, and Economic Development in Somaliland

pp. 275-279

The Future Political Order for the Federal States of Somalia

pp. 281-288

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