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hall a large room or public building for meetings, or for social or cultural events. [1/3 definitions]
Harlem a section of northern Manhattan in New York City, mostly African American since the early 1900s and with a substantial Hispanic population, known for both its poverty and its cultural richness.
highbrow one who has or pretends to have highly sophisticated intellectual and cultural interests and tastes (often used disparagingly). [1/2 definitions]
human pertaining to the social or cultural aspects of mankind. [1/5 definitions]
integrate to remove cultural and racial restrictions from; implement use of or membership in by all types of people regardless of race or color. [1/5 definitions]
intercultural combined form of cultural.
Judaism the cultural, social, and spiritual identity of the Jews. [1/3 definitions]
kinsman a man of the same race or cultural background as another person. [1/2 definitions]
kinswoman a woman of the same race or cultural background as another person. [1/2 definitions]
liberal arts the subjects that make up a college degree program, such as literature, history, and philosophy, that emphasize the development of cultural awareness and critical skills rather than practical training for a career or profession.
lowbrow considered to have little intellectual or cultural value, but appealing to popular tastes. [1/2 definitions]
Mesolithic (sometimes l.c.) designating the Stone Age cultural period from about 10,000 to about 8,000 B.C., between the Paleolithic and the Neolithic periods, characterized by the use of small flint tools set in bone or wood.
Negritude (sometimes l.c.) an awareness by Blacks of their historical and cultural heritage, and an ideological affirmation of its value.
noncultural combined form of cultural.
Palacio Nacional any similar palace that serves as an official presidential residence or site of cultural heritage, such as found in Guatemala and Portugal. [1/2 definitions]
Pan-Americanism any policy or theory advocating mutual aid and cooperation among the Pan-American nations, such as the establishment of political, economic, military, and cultural alliances.
Philistine (sometimes l.c.) one who is ignorant of, smugly indifferent to, or hostile to aesthetic and cultural values. [2/4 definitions]
philosophy a set of personal or cultural beliefs or values, or a particular belief that serves as a rule to live by. [1/3 definitions]
pluralism the coexistence of distinct cultural, ethnic, or religious groups within a single society. [2/4 definitions]
pluralistic made up of or representing a number of distinct ethnic, cultural, or religious groups.
Reconstructionism a twentieth-century U.S. Jewish movement that stresses the cultural continuity of Judaism as a religion, and that encourages adaptation of religious observances to contemporary needs.