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Synonyms for re-formation

forming again (especially with improvements or removal of defects)


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With twentieth-century Brazilian thinker Gilberto Freyre's work as their case study, Shohat and Stam explain both the beginnings and the afterlives of "the Moor" and "the Sephardi" in racial thinking in the Americas and the later re-formations of older Orientalisms through ambivalent recuperations of the Sephardi Jew and the exclusion of Muslims.
The editors have organized the thirteen contributions in three parts devoted to frameworks and perspectives, academic trajectories, and formations and re-formations.
He covers visible and invisible, confessional identities, the church and the Jewish people as an example of confessional re-formation, biblical re-formations, the covenantal identity of the church, the practices of identity renewal, and towards the reformation of the church.
Over the last few years I've had to make some spiritual adjustments, some re-formations in the way I think," he said.
Baucon thus plots in the present work "construction of theses spaces of instability in the geographiy of Englishness," examines "not one but six spaces--Gothic architecture, The Victoria Terminus in Bombay, the Anglo-Indian Mutiny Pilgrimage, the cricket field, the country house, and the zone of urban rioteach of which has housed the disciplinary projects of imperialism and the imperial destabilizations and re-formations of English identity" (p.