Orientalism

NOUN
  1. the scholarly knowledge of Asian cultures and languages and people
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How To Use Orientalism In A Sentence

  • This is a commonly cited text in discussions of early nineteenth-century orientalism and imperialism.
  • Therefore, we should change the stereotype, emancipate Orient from the disadvantageous ideology of Orientalism.
  • The term belly-dance is a creation of Orientalism, and is first attested in English in 1899, translating French danse du ventre Native to North Africa, WN.com - Articles related to Dubai's non-oil trade grows to Dh136 billion
  • Villa may very well have been quite aware of the role modernist orientalism played in his reception in the United States.
  • This notion of a dual process of destruction and regeneration was challenged by Edward Said in his Orientalism, the first edition of which came out in 1978.
  • Orientalism is not defused by tourism, ecclesiastical or otherwise.
  • If Moore's orientalism is a vehicle or disguise with which to express "homefelt" sentiments on religious tolerance, then what is gained and what is lost in such a cloaking? Irish Odalisques and Other Seductive Figures: Thomas Moore
  • His book Orientalism is one of the key texts on which the school of post-colonial literary criticism is based.
  • By its very definition, the perception inherent in Orientalism is racist, imperialist and ethnocentric.
  • The new resurgent orientalism does not even put up the pretence of scholarly detachment or search for truth.
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