Deprovincialize

De`pro`vin´cial`ize


v. t.1.To divest of provincial quality or characteristics.
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In the same time-frame, another biographical essay, by Mario Marchetti, reconstructs the adventurous existence of Gian DAaAaAeA uli, translator, publishe and editor, who significantly though unruly contributed to deprovincialize the Italian literary market with new authors and literatures.
258) intends his book to be a "contribution to decolonize intellectual history, to deprovincialize African and Antillean writing, to deterritorialize social thought, and to globalize critical theory" (p.
My methodological point is twofold: first, to "provincialize" Moscow, and second, to deprovincialize Soviet Ukraine.
Each day we do our utmost to update and deprovincialize (Iuliano & Baldassar, 2008) our academic production.
This year a group of Italian film students will get to hobnob with the NCN helmers to "cut their teeth and deprovincialize themselves," says Gosetti, describing an initiative that amounts to a micro clone of Berlin's Talent Campus.
The scapigliati truly sought to deprovincialize Italian culture by engaging it with European progress, which was centered in and spread outward from Paris and the illustrious members of Parisian art circles].
4) Among the Frenchmen who helped deprovincialize the USP, it was Roger Bastide who opted for studies on acculturation, interested primarily in the African culture in Brazil.
The three books "add significantly to the current movement to deprovincialize the study of the South and, in particular, its twentieth-century literary renaissance"; they also examine how the three writers "responded to the shaping forces and issues of their times.
Stout, and John Lowe have written books that add significantly to the current movement to deprovincialize the study of the South and, in particular, its twentieth-century literary renaissance.