The PKI people also met the District Police Officer Babar Bakht Qureshi and told him that if their demands were not granted they would provincialize
their protest and the Punjab would face law and order situation.
It is important to acknowledge the rhetorical point of gathering a multitude of international case studies: to provincialize
the normative status of British and American middle-class histories and to transnationalize those case study histories by identifying connections throughout.
For one thing, it does not do very much to provincialize
Europe or to radically question the Eurocentrism that places the cross-cultural, globalizing process of the early modern period under the rubric of "the Renaissance"--it is surprising that no such moves are made.
In other words, it is the great Brazilian moment in which Russel-participated that matters for us today because it serves to provincialize
Greenberg-style modernism as the crux around which everything turns; it helps us to see New York modernism as only a limited variant in a much more complicated story of writing and image carried on in many ways and places.
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The only way to defuse the internal tensions within Iraqi federal forces is to provincialize
them otherwise Iraqi history will be repeated: a strongly centralized military with a grotesque over-allocation of resources will produce officers who will try to organize coups - and counter-coups," said O'Leary.
Rather, they provincialize
it, in Chakrabarty's sense of the word.
That order, with Taiwan placed next to a special administrative region of China, incurred the wrath of Taipei, which turned down the offer and branded the move as a palpable attempt by communist China to provincialize
What he really wants to do is to show that what is often taken to be a universal course of human development is really just one particular version, in other words to provincialize
our idea of modernity.
Although he never confronts secularization directly, he proposes among other things to provincialize
Huxley with a desecularization of our categories of historical analysis, without explaining in much detail exactly how that might be done.
Or does Christian growth in these lands serve in some way to provincialize
Protestant America, perhaps by making its universal claims less universal or by releasing the Gospel from the story of the modern democratic nation-state?
In this way, the return to local issues after the efforts of the fascist regime to nationalize and homogenize the country becomes the expression of a desire not to provincialize
regional questions, but, on the contrary, to make these issues emblematic "di una piu vasta topografia del malessere" (Bernagozzi, Il cinema corto 49).