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Osmanlı Devleti’nde Bir Ceza Yöntemi Olarak Sürgün: Yanya Vilayeti Örneği (1867-1913).

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Turkish Research Institute / Atatürk Üniversitesi Türkiyat Arastirmalari Enstitüsü Dergisi. eyl2021, Vol. 72, p287-313. 27p.

Abstract:Osmanlı toplumunda sürgün, ceza ve zorunlu iskân yöntemleri arasındaydı. İlk dönemlerde iskân yönü ağır basan uygulamalar daha çok kitlesel ve zorunlu göçler kapsamındaydı. Toplulukların yaşadıkları yerler güvenlik, sosyal ve ekonomik nedenlerle değişt...

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La memoria de la Guerra Civil Española en el nacionalismo vasco (1937-1960).

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Historia y Memoria. ene-jun2022, Issue 24, p265-303. 39p.

Abstract:Au Pays Basque, pendant l'après-guerre, un combat inégal a eu lieu entre deux mémoires opposées de la Guerre Civile Espagnole, à savoir la mémoire officielle franquiste et la mémoire clandestine nationaliste. Cet article analyse le processus d'élaborat...

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EL EXILIO INFANTIL DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA EN LA URSS Y MÉXICO. AYUDA INTERNACIONAL, EXPERIENCIAS DE VIDA Y LEGADOS.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Futuro del Pasado: Revista Electrónica de Historia. 2022, Vol. 13, p421-450. 30p.

Abstract:El estudio propone un recorrido histórico por el exilio de los «niños de la guerra» que recalaron en México y la URSS durante la Guerra Civil española entre 1937 y 1938 y sus experiencias, a través de fuentes diversas, testimonios, memorias, bibliograf...

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Civic‐Led Banishment in South Africa: Punishment, Authority, and Spatialised Precarity.

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Source(s):Antipode. Jan2022, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p174-196. 23p.

Abstract:Civic‐led banishment, a fundamentally spatial punishment, is an understudied phenomenon in South Africa and beyond. We define it as "a punitive spatial practice, enacted by non‐state actors in response to alleged criminality or deviance, which attempts...

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Direct punishment and indirect reputation-based tactics to intervene against offences.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences; 11/22/2021, Vol. 376 Issue 1838, p1-9, 9p

Abstract:Copyright of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences is the property of Royal Society and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written p...

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Peter Lilienthal. A Cinema of Exile and Resistance.

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Source(s):Imagofagia. Oct2021, Issue 24, p710-715. 6p.

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Who Was He? Internment, Exile and Ambiguity in Norbert Gstrein's Novel Die englischen Jahre (The English Years) (1999).

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies. 2021, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p47-63. 17p.

Abstract:Winner of the Alfred Döblin Preis in 1999, the novel Die englischen Jahre by the Austrian novelist Norbert Gstrein deals with internment and exile in Britain during and after the Second World War. It centres on the (fictitious) character of Gabriel Hir...

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Exodus Reimagined: Psalm 114 and the Restructuring of the Exodus Tradition.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):SJOT: Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament. Oct2022, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p222-235. 14p.

Abstract:This article argues that the author of Psalm 114 intends to appropriate the ancient tradition of the exodus event for its contemporary reader in an exilic or postexilic context. Instead of focusing on God's salvific acts in the original exodus event, t...

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Ovid's Tristia and Pontica: The Place of Exile as Borderline between Civilization and Barbarity Revisited.

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Source(s):Hermeneia: Journal of Hermeneutics, Art Theory & Criticism. 2021, Issue 27, p141-148. 8p.

Abstract:The present study explores the role of exile - particularly, of the place of exile - as an occasion for Ovid's poems to fashion a representation of the "barbarian", emerging, apparently, as contrary to what he himself portrays as civilization. First, a...

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