Thanks to the provincialized
worldview of ours, we have forgotten the compassion for fellow human beings not only beyond the artificial barriers erected in the form of walls and frontiers but has also resulted in bitter divisions within a given society.
Why have South Asian departments in western universities provincialized
the studies of small countries in the region?
In the decolonial perspective of Grosfoguel, everything must be provincialized
, that is, to lose this centrality that pushes to totalitarian control, to suffocating and repressive homogeneity.
Faced with an uncertain future, the administration of all these institutions has been trying its best to run these healthcare facilities efficiently and according to them, ever since these institutions were provincialized
, the provincial government has increased their financial allocations tremendously.
The local, national, regional and global imaginaries in which cultural entrepreneurs like Chitra and Too traffic often involve the assertion of both provincialized
and nationalized visions of "China", "Chinese" and "Chineseness".
In the second case, we have to accept that Western modern cosmovision is just one of many, another myth--as has been portrayed here--, that has been narrated as unique and universal; it is in Mignolo's claim a local history with a global design (Mignolo 2000, Quijano 2007), that could be provincialized
(Chakrabarty 2000) to give space to other ontologies.
It is mainly provincialized
as a socially and culturally stigmatized space 'outside', which Lagercrantz showed in particular in the interviews discussed above.
Online media, by subjecting these images to remediation, juxtaposing them with other discursive forms, and embedding them in conflicting and complementary narratives, provincialized
this understanding and dislodged certitudes about it.
Yet, Lopez's intention is to recover the panoply of now forgotten European Buddhas and to lay bare their intellectual and cultural backgrounds such that the seemingly universal Buddha that exists now in the minds of both Western and Asian scholars and adherents becomes productively provincialized
In other words, having provincialized
understandings of 'religion' in the Sri Lankan context, referring to Lunuganga's 'Buddhist' or 'other' 'nature' is to reify the Eurocentrism in the concept-metaphor 'nature' and project it onto this spatiality.
That final clause is a concession to India's deeply divided and provincialized
polity, one where state and regional parties increasingly influence economic and foreign policy decisions taken by coalition governments in New Delhi.
Afghans' experiences negotiating hierar-chized globality over the past two centuries have carved out distinct transnational spaces of survival and, occasionally, material and cultural prosperity and they map global spatialities in which the West is more provincialized