From Yemen to Eritrea and Back: A Twentieth Century Family History

At the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century, a large number of Yemeni men migrated to the Horn of Africa, and in particular to Ethiopia and present-day Eritrea. After the downfall of the Yemeni Imamate in the 1960s, and in particular after Mengistu came to power i...

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Volume: 17
Main Author: de Regt, M.C
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Michigan State University Press 01.04.2017
published in: Northeast African studies Vol. 17; no. 1; pp. 25 - 49
Related: Social and Cultural Anthropology
Mobilities, Beliefs and Belonging: Confronting Global Inequalities and Insecurities
Data of publication: 20170400
ISSN: 0740-9133
1535-6574
EISSN: 1535-6574
Discipline: History & Archaeology
Women's Studies
Subjects:
Men
Online Access: Fulltext
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