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Regionalism

Regionalism may refer to:

  • Regionalism (art), an American realist modern art movement that was popular during the 1930s
  • Regionalism (international relations), the expression of a common sense of identity and purpose combined with the creation and implementation of institutions that express a particular identity and shape collective action within a geographical region
  • Regionalism (politics), a political ideology that focuses on the interests of a particular region or group of regions, whether traditional or formal
  • Critical regionalism, in architecture, an approach that strives to counter placelessness and lack of identity in modern architecture by using the building's geographical context
  • A word that is limited to a certain dialect

Literature

  • American literary regionalism, refers to fiction or poetry that focuses on specific features – including characters, dialects, customs, history, and landscape – of a particular region
  • British regional literature
  • Criollismo, a literary movement

See also

  • Bioregionalism, regions defined by physical or environmental features
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