Related to recontextualize: holey, patronize, suffice, SHOG, defines


tr.v. re·con·tex·tu·al·ized, re·con·tex·tu·al·iz·ing, re·con·tex·tu·al·iz·es
To place or view (a work of literature or art, for example) in a new or unfamiliar context, especially in order to suggest a different interpretation.

re′con·tex′tu·al·i·za′tion (-ə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.


(ˌriːkɒnˈtɛkstjʊəˌlaɪz) or


vb (tr)
to contextualize (something) again
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as exemplifying what he calls mixed realism, a term which describes the ways media-generated virtualities reframe or recontextualize the real world activity of interacting with them.
In "People I Knew for One Year," the speaker lists individuals that have passed in and out of his life, applying later-gained knowledge to recontextualize them and perhaps understand them better.
In the years following World War II, Fantoni would go on to head a studio in Perugia before founding his own practice, seeking to recontextualize public perception of the traditional ceramics medium.
of Texas at Arlington), which seeks to recontextualize the development of American political, economic, cultural, and diplomatic history in light of tensions within the United States concerning its relationship with Great Britain following the war of 1812.
The aim to reconstruct and recontextualize the Xiangtangshan caves is carried on by the authors of three other essays devoted to the history and culture of the Northern Qi.
And if so, would they recontextualize and reflect on the project by challenging oppressive systems and practices?
These unique glimpses into the not-so-subtle rifts in GDR cultural policy and the attempts to recontextualize the mission of DEFA should influence many facets of new scholarship on East Germany.
The pedagogic device allows us to see how curriculum and teaching contextualize and recontextualize social relations, making hegemonic as well as counterhegemonic space available in the field of education (Bernstein, 1990/2009).
Eliot's 'Tradition and the Individual Talent'" at the University of Milan in 2004, is an attempt to recontextualize Eliot's idea of tradition.
For example, in the chapter on contextualization editor Van Engen challenges the reader to "go beyond the initial emphases on contextualization as communication to develop ways in which we may recontextualize the gospel in always new local and global contexts.
In Memoires du quotidien, Derek Schilling seeks to redress that, seeking also to recontextualize Perec's work as an important link in a sustained debate on the nature of the quotidian in the second half of the twentieth century.
Eleonora Carinci trespasses beyond gender and genre confines to recontextualize persuasively Moderata Fonte's Il merito delle donne by unveiling Erasmian and Aretinian influences discounted by other critics.