IMC 2002: Sessions

Session 1012: The Psychological, Political and Social Effects of Exile on Individuals and Communities

Wednesday 10 July 2002, 09.00-10.30

Organiser:Annette Parks, Department of History, University of Evansville, Indiana
Moderator/Chair:Brian J. Levy, Department of French, University of Hull
Paper 1012-aFosterage, Orphanhood and Exile: Existential Legacies in "Beowulf"
(Language: English)
Larry Caldwell, Department of English, University of Evansville, Indiana
Index terms: Law, Pagan Religions
Paper 1012-bThe Designated Hostage: David, Earl of Huntingdon and the Benefits of Short-Term Exile
(Language: English)
Annette Parks, Department of History, University of Evansville, Indiana
Index terms: Politics and Diplomacy, Social History
Paper 1012-cSeeking Help from Other Mudejars: The Self-Imposed Exile of Mudejar Men Accused of Sexual Contacts with Christian Women
(Language: English)
Isabel O'Connor, Divison of Human Arts & Social Sciences, Cabrillo College
Index terms: Islamic and Arabic Studies, Local History, Social History