periodize


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periodize

(ˈpɪərɪəˌdaɪz) or

periodise

vb
to divide (a portion of time) into periods
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He is constitutive of an era that we might now periodize, however wryly, as "pre-Brexit," and in our present moment of accumulated aftermaths, his work is of particular salience.
Freedman cautiously intervenes in a long-standing historiographical debate over how to periodize the racialization of rape as a crime of African American men against white women.
But perhaps this tendency to categorize or periodize an oeuvre is more than a subjective feeling.
Critics tend to periodize 20th-century British theater into early and late, divided by World War II, says D'Mont'e, characterizing the early as conservative, commercial, and class-ridden and the late as radical and forward-thinking in subject matter and style.
Her subtitle was inspired by a quote from the feminist historian Gerda Lerner, who asked, "What are the points of change in women's historic experience by which we might periodize the history of women?
And this, in turn, is the paradoxical condition of Beckett's late modernism: at once the only moment in twentieth-century literary history able to periodize itself (Barth and Bartholmae would have resisted the designation "postmodern" as much as Joyce, Proust, and Musil that of "modern"), and the moment in which the logic of periodization comes undone.
It is important to periodize the history of the nation and its religion in comparing present belief and unbelief with that of earlier eras.
We hope that these Issues in Review essays will inspire rethinking of how we periodize, delimit, and understand early theatre.
Nemirovich-Danchenko's entry appears in the section, perhaps, because he attempts to periodize Chekhov's life into three categories: those of promising writer, talented writer, and genius playwright.
The fact that we periodize the past is a source of controversy that generates problems worthy of investigation.
Historians in both Canada and the United States have extensively debated how to periodize this epoch, focusing on the pivotal changes brought by the period on campuses, for women and minorities, and for the growth of the welfare state.
Petra Platen summarized some of her laboratory's work and practical experience with these recommendations: periodize strength and endurance training during the follicular phase, taking an oral contraceptive should not have a large effect on coordinating different types of training within- and between menstrual cycles, and the ubiquitous take home message that more studies are needed.