Susanne Epple

Susanne Epple (PhD), born in 1968, is a social anthropologist and research affiliate at the Frobenius Institute in Frankfurt/Main. She has undertaken extensive fieldwork in Southern Ethiopia for 25 years, and has taught and published extensively on issues related to gender and age in agropastoral societies, cultural contact and change, hereditary status groups, and legal pluralism.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Cultural Studies, Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Non-European Ethnology, Postcolonial Studies

Publications in the Series: Culture and Social Practice

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Addis Abeba University
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Legal Pluralism in Ethiopia
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Legal Pluralism in Ethiopia

Actors, Challenges and Solutions

Legal pluralism is a challenge, but one that has stimulated remarkably creative responses to handling the many legal systems in Ethiopia today.

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