SOAS University of London

Department of Politics and International Studies

Dr Daniel Mulugeta

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  • Research
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Overview

Daniel Mulugeta Gebrie
Department of Politics and International Studies

Research Associate

Name:
Dr Daniel Mulugeta
Email address:
Telephone:
+44(0) 207 898) 4044
Address:
SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Building:
Russell Square: College Buildings
Office No:
237

Biography

Daniel Mulugeta Gebrie was awarded a PhD in Politics from the University of Sheffield in January 2018. His thesis examined governance practices and the construction of state ideas in sub-Saharan Africa, with a focus on Ethiopia.

His work combines anthropology/ethnography of the state, political imagination, practices of claims-making and the politics of development. Daniel holds MPhil and Masters degrees in Sociology from the University of Delhi, India and a BA in Sociology from Gondar University, Ethiopia. He previously worked as a Teaching Associate at the University of Sheffield.

Teaching

Research

Dr Gebrie's current research looks at the connections between architecture, and regional and Pan-African politics, as part of the Understanding Statehood through Architecture: a comparative study of Africa’s state buildings (ASA). He uses architecture as a prism for understanding the complexity of different styles of regional identity, politics and geographic imaginations in contemporary Africa.

Publications

Authored Books

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Mulugeta, Daniel (2020) The Everyday State in Africa: Governance Practices and State Ideas in Ethiopia. London: Routledge.

Articles

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Mulugeta, Daniel (2019) 'Everyday conceptions of the state in Ethiopia: corruption discourses, moral idioms and the ideals of mengist'. Critical African Studies, (11) 3, pp 285-300.

Mulugeta, Daniel (2019) 'Dynamics of state-society relations in Ethiopia: paradoxes of community empowerment and participation in irrigation management'. Journal of Eastern African Studies, (13) 3, pp 565-583.

 

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