On the "Contestation" on Monastic Studies, see Maitland, Dark Ages, § x.
Architecture's identification with the built environment makes environmental conditions the primary site for political contestation.
And of the principle of open exchange: that interchange and open contestation was educationally and politically preferable to instruction.
In this it is, in itself, an example of the continued contestation of rhetorical public space.
The moral contestation of the SMF reflected their emphasis on true belief, but also the importance of the nganga -system to Bakongo society.
Identity is not fixed but subject to possible contestation.
contestation shape much of his research agenda which is wide ranging and intuitive.
The context of my work within the Australian higher education sector is a site of knowledge contestation.
contestation of gender identities within a variety of discursive and literary contexts.
contestation of gender representation?
contestation of rhetorical public space.
The best known episode of his subsequent life was the "Contestation" with Mabillon on the lawfulness of monks devoting themselves to study, which De Rance denied.
The word usage examples above have been gathered from various sources to reflect current and historial usage. They do not represent the opinions of YourDictionary.com.