February 22, 2018 – Norwich University’s Peace and War Center presented “The Traditional Citizen Soldier: The Oromo Gadaa System in Ethiopia,” by prominent Oromo novelist, scholar, and filmmaker Teferi Niggusie Tafa in the Kreitzberg Library South Instruction Room. In addition to publishing the first (and so far only) scholarly analysis of Oromo-language novels, he has also published several of his own novels in the Oromo language, including the award-winning Jaalala Dhuga, by Macmillan in London. His research interests ranges from nationalism, literature, and film studies.


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