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April 27, 2019

At the end of 2011, my friend Solomon Tsehaye and I submitted our respective abstracts to a German publishing company. Our articles were accepted, and we began to write our articles. After we finished and sent the pieces, they were translated into German. Our articles along with 38 other pieces from Africa were edited in German by Dr. Moustapha Diallo and published as Visionäre Afrikas: Der Kontinent in ungewöhnlichen Porträts...

                                                     Peter Mahaffy, PhD

Professor of Chemistry
The King's University

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Emba Matara, or "The Mountain of the Cross" is a spectacular 1000 foot granite spire, which casts its late afternoon shadow on the village of Matera in the Erit...

January 13, 2019

                Dr. Paul Mahaffy, Director of the Solar Exploration Division of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.

I was born in Asmara, Eritrea, the child of parents from the United States and spent most of my first 16 years of life in Senafe before returning with my family to the United States where I finished my education. I am now a planetary scientist and have spent more than 28 years workin...

November 20, 2018

                                                  "Dry up the sea to kill the fish"1

Prologue

The winds of change and hope that have been blowing across the Horn of Africa should inspire the peoples of this long-troubled region to fully appreciate the long-term socio-political and economic implications to the p...

4.  Though Extensive, By No Means the Definitive Political History of the Period

The trilogy of books is a well-researched comprehensive political history of Eritrea covering 1941 to 1962. However, it should not be considered as the definitive history of the period. There are some gaps and some unanswered questions or issues that require further information and analysis. After reading the three publications, particularly two qu...

September 23, 2018

3.3 Loose Organization, Lack of Strong Leadership and Conviction. The time frame covered by the trilogy, 1941 to 1962, was the period the political struggle of the people of Eritrea for their democratic rights and self-determination assumed organized forms. The author shows that a few political parties were established over the period. But, they were loose organizations with vaguely defined, and at times, changing goals. Membe...

September 20, 2018

                  A slight version of this has been published in the Journal of the African Literature  

                  Association: (JALA), Vol 12, No. 2 (August 2018)

Part 1

1. Political History Based on Meticulous Research 

Alemseged Tesfai, a renowned Eritrean writer, has authored three history books in the Tigrinya language. In this r...

September 13, 2018

Author Haileselassie Woldu in his new book, Hamid Idris Awate: 1915-1962, mentions that Colonel David D.P. Cracknell, the former Police Commissioner of Eritrea during the British Administration (1941-1952), was known as "De'w De'w"/"ደውደው" for the people of western lowlands of Eritrea. While reading through the book, I did not connect that Col. David in Hamid Idris Awate is the same Col. David who was interviewed by the renowne...

September 11, 2018

Journal of Eritrean Studies (JERS: is a research journal publication of the College of Arts and Social Science/CASS) in Eritrea.

Below, Vol. 7, No. 2 is available courtesy of the editor and the editorial staff of JERS. (four of four different issues).

file:///C:/Users/issu/Desktop/Journal%20of%20Eritrean%20Studies,%20Vol.%207,%20No.%202,%20June%202016.pdf

September 11, 2018

Journal of Eritrean Studies (JERS: is a research journal publication of the College of Arts and Social Science/CASS) in Eritrea.

Below, Vol. 7, No. 1 is available courtesy of the editor and the editorial staff of JERS. (Third of four different issues).

file:///C:/Users/issu/Desktop/Journal%20of%20Eritrean%20Studies,%20Vol.%207,%20No.%201,%20December%202014.pdf

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