noun (often lowercase)
OTHER WORDS FROM OrientalismO·ri·en·tal·ist, nounan·ti-O·ri·en·tal·ism, nounan·ti-O·ri·en·tal·ist, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for orientalism
The last section, “Orientalism,” is exquisite and gilded, with golden-hued floral wallpaper.
Brad Gooch on how the ghost of Edward Said's 'Orientalism' haunts the work.
Orientalism was the equivalent of an academic beach book during in the summer of 1979—a “cult bible,” says Warner.
He sought for a word, and hung between chivalry and orientalism.Marriage|H. G. Wells
It is the stand-point of Orientalism, or of the Asiatic thought.Pedagogics as a System|Karl Rosenkranz
By association of ideas with the orientalism of Sultana he was called by the girls the Bashibazook.This Freedom|A. S. M. Hutchinson
One would think that the way to obtain patronage of a person would be to praise him, but this would be considered an orientalism.As A Chinaman Saw Us|Anonymous
This was the first undiluted Orientalism which came to Rome.The Religion of Numa|Jesse Benedict Carter