Emanuele FantiniUp one level
Location: Turin, Italy
Institution: University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
I am a political scientist interested in development studies, religious movements, the political sociology of state formation in Africa and water resources management. I have conducted field research both in high-income countries (Italy) and in the “Global South” (Ethiopia, Kenya-Somalia), working at interdisciplinary projects with geographers, historians, economists, anthropologists and psychologists.
I am currently working on the political, social and economic dimensions of the Ethiopian Pentecostal Movement. On these issues my main publications are:
- (with Joerg Haustein) Introduction: The Ethiopian Pentecostal Movement – History, Identity and Current Socio-Political Dynamics , in PentecoStudies, Vol. 12, n. 2, 2013.
- Transgression and acquiescence: the moral conflict of Pentecostals in their relationship with the Ethiopian State, in PentecoStudies, Vol. 12, n. 2, 2013.
- Go Pente! The Charismatic Renewal of the Evangelical Movement in Ethiopia, in Eloi Fiquet, Gerard Prunier (eds.), Understanding Contemporary Ethiopia, London, Hurst&Co , (forthcoming 2014).
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