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The Making of the
Oromo Diaspora

A Historical Sociology of Forced Migrtion

Mekuria Bulcha

An analysis of the diaspora of the Oromo People from northeast Africa to locations around the world. The author identifies the roots of the diaspora in slave trade and repressive regimes and people traces their movement from northeast Africa to locations around the world. The book highlights contributions of diasporate Oromo people, and also the plight of the uprooted, including their aspirations, resignations, and inner power to fight.

Mekuria Bulcha is Associate Professor at Malardalen University and the Department of Sociology at Uppsala University, Sweden.

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ISBN: 1-886513-49-X
272 Pages
Size: 6 x 9
Binding: Perfectbound
Publisher: Kirk House Publishers
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