periodize

(redirected from periodising)

periodize

(ˈpɪərɪəˌdaɪz) or

periodise

vb
to divide (a portion of time) into periods
References in periodicals archive ?
Monitoring training in soccer: Measuring and periodising training loads.
Vladimir Helfert, who was the only musicologist in Czechoslovakia to pose, in 1938, the question of periodising the history of music, thus referred to the conception based on the evolution of "musical thinking and musical imagination", yet actually advocated the contemporary avant-garde, convinced that it would establish itself as the style of the future.
On the other hand, we could consider both Moshinsky's and Fiennes 'Coriolanus as belonging also to what Hindle categorizes as the periodising mode, which takes "the story and characters of a Shakespeare play and transport[s] them wholesale into the cultural trappings and social dynamic of a distinctly recognizable historical period" (82).
Squidward fails to conform to the rules of the Krusty Krab as a restaurant and, therefore, a periodising entity.
Chapters 1-3 take up the kinds of questions raised by McKenzie's 'Printers of the Mind' and by problems of periodising early printed books as sometime between manuscript culture and a magical 'Ca.
Trimalchio's constipation: Periodising madness, eros, and time.
If there is sufficient that is new about all this to talk about it as an 'age of mobility' or as the 'age of the migrant', what epistemological consequences might that periodising statement have?
2008) Monitoring training in football: measuring and periodising training.
In periodising the sequence, attention is given to the dominant forces of landscape development at particular points in time, but it is recognised that multiple processes were usually operative.
Indeed, as this reading will begin to highlight, the adaptation of Tipping the Velvet has the potential for stretching and undermining periodising stereotypes that inform what we know and assume about the past.
In several recent pieces, Ralph Pordzik has made valiant first efforts at periodising and classifying Irish utopian texts in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, but he moves rather swiftly over this period which in my view was particularly rich in utopian discourses.