- adj. Alternative form of Eurocentric.
“Heretofore, Mike has trafficked solely in eurocentric images and styles, with Filipino content.”
“This money for the arts supported "eurocentric" culture practiced within the white community - opera, ballet and drama, in that order.”
“France, also dismissed critics who claim the deal is too risky as "eurocentric".”
“This use of "orient" does have a kind of eurocentric vibe, but unless something is patently offensive, the puzzle is not apt (INAPT?”
“But it is interesting to me that this whole discussion has centered around blaming SF somms for their eurocentric style.”
“The challenge that Western curators face is how to assimilate artists who appear traditional in relationship to the Western post-postmodern-garde without falling back on eurocentric values that once marginalized non-Western art as "ethnic," "regional" and "traditonal.”
“That's also quite a patronising, eurocentric term.”
“However, Enders used the opening of a new facility at Broughton last year to warn that plane manufacturing at Airbus was no longer a eurocentric activity.”
“The report also urges universities to minimise "eurocentric bias" when drawing up curriculums.”
“The best stories are human, not latino, or asian, or eurocentric, or whatever.”
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