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- Northeast African Studies
- Michigan State University Press
- At Issue: Learning Not to Become Oromo—Chasing the Ghosts Chasing John Sorenson Volume 9, Number 3, 2002 (New Series), pp. 161-192
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This issue contains 8 articles in total
- Introduction: Rendering Audible the Voices of the Powerless
- At Issue: Learning Not to Become Oromo—Chasing the Ghosts Chasing John Sorenson
- The Place of the Oromo Diaspora in the Oromo National Movement: Lessons from the Agency of the "Old" African Diaspora in the United States
- A Nation without a City [a Blind Person without a Cane]: The Oromo Struggle for Addis Ababa
- "Bribing the Land": An Appraisal of the Farming Systems of the Maccaa Oromo in Wallagga
- The Italian Invasion, the Ethiopian Empire, and Oromo Nationalism: The Significance of the Western Oromo Confederation of 1936
- The Rise of Coffee and the Demise of Colonial Autonomy: The Oromo Kingdom of Jimma and Political Centralization in Ethiopia
- Conquest, Tyranny, and Ethnocide against the Oromo: A Historical Assessment of Human Rights Conditions in Ethiopia, ca. 1880s–2002
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