Irma Taddia, internationally celebrated Professor in Modern African History at the University of Bologna, Italy, has a long academic career with research on the countries of the Horn of Africa. As one of the most prominent researchers in this field, Prof. Taddia’s research has focused on the history of the modern states with special reference to issues of land ownership, economic and social issues, the role of the intellectual elite, modern African legislation and constitutions.
Among her many publications are the Horn of Africa 20th Century Politics and History (2015) and, together with Lars Berge, Themes in Modern African History and Culture (2011).
African Studies and the Horn of Africa. Reflections on Modern States and Historiography.
Wednesday, September 11, at 10-12 in Room C335
The Horn of Africa, State and Society.
Thursday, September 12 at 8.30-10.30 in Room A046.