re-enactment

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re-enactment

n
the acting out or repetition of a past event or situation
Translations

re-enactment

[ˌriːɪˈnæktmənt] Nreconstrucción f

re-enactment

n (of law etc)Wiederinkraftsetzung f; (of scene)Nachspiel nt; (of event, crime)Nachstellen nt
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The authors take up these ideas more fully throughout chapter four, which, in a compelling move, also examines historical reenactment shows, like 1900 House and Edwardian Country Home, as a form of "prosthetic memory" (Landsberg, 2004) by inviting viewers to empathize and engage with what is shown.
The evening culminates in a dramatic historical reenactment of the epic 'bathe' of 2014, as imagined by the future archeologists of 2314," says Pavageaux.
Shiff surveys the country, giving readers capsule descriptions of local Jewish history and contemporary developments, such as the rise of Polish gentiles performing as Jews for historical reenactment and tourism.
We just wanted to do something a little different this Halloween and what better way than to get the community truly involved in a historical reenactment of a yesteryear coven.
The latest release makes it easier to use geographic information system (GIS) data to create geographically accurate models for urban design, historical reenactment models or realistic models of actual cities.
The pharaoh and his cohort visited the museum courtesy of the Time Bandits, a popular historical reenactment group.
Especially important for Sumida is Collingwood's notion of historical reenactment that Sumida believes parallels Clausewitz's methodology for psychological reenactment of decisionmaking by the high command.
In conjunction with National Archaeology Week, Denbighshire Countryside Services at Loggerheads are holding a weekend devoted to living history, with historical reenactment group Samhain.
The most important contribution of this study on the imitation of the passion of Jesus is a theoretical and methodological framework that interprets religion and the sacred as historical reenactment.
As a member of a historical reenactment group called The King's Company, Mr.

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