1. Disciplining the Natives
2. Nationalized Spaces: Yemeni Mobility in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century
3. Entrepreneurs, Laborers, and Smugglers: Yemenis in the Economy of States/Empires
4. Colonial Intermediaries, Emperors, Abettor, and Enemies of the People
5. State Vision, Imperial Hierarchies: Being a Muslim Yemeni
Samson A. Bezabeh is a social anthropologist and fellow of the Africa Study Center in Leiden. He was previously a post-doctoral researcher at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris, and has been affiliated with the University of Bergen, the University of Exeter, and Addis Ababa University. His research interests include diaspora studies, state–society interaction, conflict and conflict management, and issues of citizenship, ethnicity, and class in the Horn of Africa.
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