Badcock argues that the "experience of exile
in the last years of the imperial regime was in a number of respects distinct from the experiences of exiles
before 1900" (3).
"Gareth Jenkins has watched a lot of his games and Gareth Davies from the Exiles
programme has been heavily involved.
Ismail Kadare and John Hodgson (translator); A GIRL IN EXILE
; Counterpoint (Fiction: Translations) 26.00 ISBN: 9781619029163
Among her topics are the exile
as historian: Luke Wadding's Annales Minorum (1625-54) between global and local affiliations, the transculturation of exile
: visual style and identity in the frescoes of the Aula Maxima at St.Isidore's (1672), the return of the exile
: Oliver Plunkett between Rome and Ireland, and the romance and disillusionment of exile
: Charles Wogan and his memoir of Clementine Sobieska.
Williams, National Liberation in Postcolonial Southern Africa: a historical ethnography of SWAPO's exile
Historians of Italy have generally preferred to study the phenomenon of exile
as grounded in the political development of the Italian city-states, and their inclination has been to examine exiles
in their conflict with the state, and 'to lose sight of them thereafter'--except, of course, in the instance of those exiles
who achieved personal honour, glory, or fame, as John Najemy argued some two decades ago.
In thinking through the diverse 'politics of friendship' formed through anti-colonialism, this article exposes how such overtly political subjects as the freedom of India were intertwined with the more-than-political subjectivities of the exiles
in Colonial Asia: Kings, Convicts, Commemoration.
With Young, Well-Educated, and Adaptable, Francis Peddie, an historian at Nagoya University, offers a well-written, accessible, and rich social history of Chilean exiles
who fled to Canada after the 1973 coup against Salvador Allende's Popular Unity government.
A rich scholarship already exists on Cuban history and economy, as well as exile
communities in the United States and the class, race, and gender dynamics within Cuba and among exiles
To set up this argument, Meerzon first asks us to expand our usual understanding of an exile
. She refers not only to political exiles
but also economic migrants, children of migrants, and even voluntary nomads: anyone who has been separated from their place of origin and has to reconceive of their identity in the negotiation between an absent homeland and the somewhat alien new culture in which they find themselves.
Francis Peddie, Young, Well-Educated, and Adaptable: Chilean Exiles
in Ontario and Quebec, 1973-2010 (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press 2014
Aijaz Ahmad perceives exiles
as people who are prevented, against their own commitment and desire, from living in the country of their birth, by the authority of state or by fear of personal annihilation.
On the basis of forty-seven life-history interviews with second-generation exiles
who were born and/or spent their formative years in exile
, it will be argued that although many children had little or no lived experience or memories of South Africa, "myths of homecoming" were constructed under the influence of their parents' narrated memories and hopes of a "new" South Africa, their personal relationships with political stalwarts in exile
, the international media's portrayal of political developments within South Africa, and dominant political discourses at the time.