postmillennial


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post·mil·len·ni·al

 (pōst′mə-lĕn′ē-əl) also post·mil·len·ni·an (-ən)
adj.
Happening or existing after the millennium.

postmillennial

(ˌpəʊstmɪˈlɛnɪəl)
adj
(Theology) existing or taking place after the millennium
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Adj.1.postmillennial - of or relating to the period following the millennium
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The Republican Party, driven by postmillennial pietism and northern industrialists striving for government favor, put through an income tax that continued after the war, excise "sin" taxes on alcohol and tobacco, high protective tariffs for American industry, massive land grants and other subsidies for transcontinental railroads, inflationary fiat "greenback" paper money, and a centralized "national banking system" that destroyed competitive state banks and grounded a new inflationary banking system on the issue of federal government bonds.
Adrian Moves to Berlin, her dispatch from Germany, documents her dancing for one hour, on March 26, 2007, to postmillennial Berlin house music: The work is an endurance piece that celebrates her escape to the "city of reunification, in which two formerly segregated societies are finding intelligent ways to come together.
At least 1 of the popular reimaginings of the late postmillennial zombie proposes that zombified humans may have a "new strain of prion disease." In the novel Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notes from the Apocalypse (41), the private notes of a neurodevelopmental biologist written in a remote laboratory setting "where the world community could focus its efforts on the scientific study of ANSD [Ataxic Neurodegenerative Satiety Deficiency Syndrome]" describe the dissections of 3 zombie subjects before the author succumbs to the disease himself.
In a professional setting, members of the postmillennial generation, also known as Gen Z (born in 1996 and later), are identified as tech-savvy people who are averse to stress, value their individuality, and expect to be consulted on work-related matters.
By arguing that the various episodes of the series enact different, but related forms of empowerment for the teenage female protagonist, the "dead-but-not-gone" convention becomes a metaphor for accidental death, postmodern feminism and the postmillennial zeitgeist.
This collection of essays participates in the creation of the postmillennial Dylan by exploring three central records of the twenty-first century--Love and Theft (2001), Modern Times (2006), and Tempest (2012)--along with the 2003 film Masked and Anonymous, which Dylan helped write and in which he appears as an actor and musical performer.
We do not believe, in fact, that it is possible--or even desirable--to leave the fast-speed train of postmillennial capitalism.
(2) Influencing many of the new Southern Baptist ministers and leaders was a postmillennial eschatology, which in turn helped to create a period of self-confident expansion.
Those in the postmillennial generation are the most accepting of all.
Last, I consider what it means to conceive of speculative fiction as a performative technology, particularly for the author's relationship to the reader and public, as well as for the status of language's and technology's imagined power in postmillennial culture.
With her innovative proposal, which I have discussed elsewhere as representative of postmillennial Brechtian feminism (Fernandez-Morales 2013-2014), Ruhl brings the vindications of the WHM and BCM into this century, when the cause of equity in health is still "an incomplete revolution" (Ehrenreich and English 2005, 362).
It analyzes Anuja Chauhan's Battle For Bittora, a work representative of a larger body of postmillennial fiction in English from India.