provincialize

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pro·vin·cial·ize

 (prə-vĭn′shə-līz′)
tr.v. pro·vin·cial·ized, pro·vin·cial·iz·ing, pro·vin·cial·iz·es
To make provincial.

pro·vin′cial·i·za′tion (-shə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

provincialize

(prəˈvɪnʃəˌlaɪz) or

provincialise

vb
1. (Human Geography) (tr) to declare a province
2. (Human Geography) (tr) to give provincial character to
3. (Human Geography) (intr) to become provincial

provincialize


Past participle: provincialized
Gerund: provincializing

Imperative
provincialize
provincialize
Present
I provincialize
you provincialize
he/she/it provincializes
we provincialize
you provincialize
they provincialize
Preterite
I provincialized
you provincialized
he/she/it provincialized
we provincialized
you provincialized
they provincialized
Present Continuous
I am provincializing
you are provincializing
he/she/it is provincializing
we are provincializing
you are provincializing
they are provincializing
Present Perfect
I have provincialized
you have provincialized
he/she/it has provincialized
we have provincialized
you have provincialized
they have provincialized
Past Continuous
I was provincializing
you were provincializing
he/she/it was provincializing
we were provincializing
you were provincializing
they were provincializing
Past Perfect
I had provincialized
you had provincialized
he/she/it had provincialized
we had provincialized
you had provincialized
they had provincialized
Future
I will provincialize
you will provincialize
he/she/it will provincialize
we will provincialize
you will provincialize
they will provincialize
Future Perfect
I will have provincialized
you will have provincialized
he/she/it will have provincialized
we will have provincialized
you will have provincialized
they will have provincialized
Future Continuous
I will be provincializing
you will be provincializing
he/she/it will be provincializing
we will be provincializing
you will be provincializing
they will be provincializing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been provincializing
you have been provincializing
he/she/it has been provincializing
we have been provincializing
you have been provincializing
they have been provincializing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been provincializing
you will have been provincializing
he/she/it will have been provincializing
we will have been provincializing
you will have been provincializing
they will have been provincializing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been provincializing
you had been provincializing
he/she/it had been provincializing
we had been provincializing
you had been provincializing
they had been provincializing
Conditional
I would provincialize
you would provincialize
he/she/it would provincialize
we would provincialize
you would provincialize
they would provincialize
Past Conditional
I would have provincialized
you would have provincialized
he/she/it would have provincialized
we would have provincialized
you would have provincialized
they would have provincialized
Translations

provincialize

vt to provincialize somethingetw provinziell machen, etw dateinen provinzlerischen Charakter geben
References in periodicals archive ?
Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference.
Major works in these fields include Dipesh Chakrabarty, Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2000); Matthias Middell, Cultural Transfers, Encounters and Connections in the Global 18th Century (Leipzig: Leipziger Universitatsverlag, 2014); Shalini Randeria, "Entangled Histories of Uneven Modernities: Civil Society, Caste Solidarities and the Post-Colonial State in India," in Unraveling Ties: From Social Cohesion to New Practices of Connectedness, eds.
1250-1350 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1989); Wong Roy Bin, China transformed: Historical change and the limits of European experience (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1997); Dipesh Chakrabarty, Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial thought and historical difference (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2000).
Important in our analysis is re-historicizing and provincializing both UnitedStatesian and Anglophone-\centered understandings of race, difference, and identity as a starting point in our discussion.
Dipesh Chakrabarty's project of the enunciation of the "political modernity" of South Asia by provincializing modern European political ideas seems redundant to the Fourth World (4).
In order to do so, we turn to three different strategies for such problematization: Dipesh Chakrabarty's provincializing of Europe; David Blaney and Naeem Inayatullah's alternative historical forms; and Walter Mignolo decolonial politics.
His work prefigured Dipesh Chakrabarty's Provincializing Europe (2000), which argues that taking indigenous pasts and worldviews seriously "provincializes" Europe and decenters Western thought, including the Enlightenment, Marxism, and history.
9) A phrase taken from Dipesh Chakrabarty, Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2000).
In his keynote paper at the PESA Conference entitled Eurocentrism and the Critique of "Universal World History:" The Eastern Origins of Western Civilization, Peters begins by discussing Chakrabatty's arguments in Provincializing Europe (2000) and Foucault's critiques of Hegelian historicism.
3) Provincializing North Atlantic moral order as Taylor does suggests that the experience of what he describes as a "closed spin" on the immanent frame does not signal the achievement of secular legal or political neutrality "after" religion.
See Chakrabarty, Provincializing Europe (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2000); and Mehta, Liberalism and Empire (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999).