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<firstname.lastname@example.org> Given the topicality of dam-building in Ethiopia, the Journal of Eastern African Studies is making a recent special collection on the Omo Valley free-to-access until the end of October 2013: History, locality and identity along the Lower Omo http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rjea20/5/1 The special collection includes the following papers: Place-making, participative archaeologies and Mursi megaliths: some implications for aspects of pre- and proto-history in the Horn of Africa by Timothy Clack & Marcus Brittain Landscape change in the lower Omo valley, southwestern Ethiopia: burning patterns and woody encroachment in the savanna by Graciela Gil-Romera, David Turton & Miguel Sevilla-Callejo Primary identities in the lower Omo valley: migration, cataclysm, conflict and amalgamation, 1750–1910 by Marco Bassi Wilderness, wasteland or home? Three ways of imagining the Lower Omo Valley by David Turton Plato on the Omo: reflections on decision-making among the Kara of southern Ethiopia by Felix Girke The formation of ethnic identity in South Omo: the Dassenech by Neal Sobania -- --