outsider


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
This work for art therapists and students explores the connections between outsider art and art therapy, looking at shared histories in mental health, shared histories in art, and studio programs at the cross-section of outsider art, art therapy, and art education.
The 4-1 chance pulled clear with Regimented on the often favoured stands' side and punters seemed sure he would hold off the 25-1 outsider, but Sarstedt was caught inside the final furlong.
Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC) has said that its next investment banking head would be an outsider.
Almost three-quarters of all outsider CEOs were brought in during planned successions during that same period, up from 43 percent in 2004-2007
Weyler portrays how, unlike the popular myth of the nineteenth-century Romantic author penning away in his garret alone, many of her eighteenth-century outsider authors depended on the elite to guide them into print.
Facing the outsider tag, the trio is using different tactics to establish their links with the voters in their constituencies.
Nora is the companion of the mayor's daughter, Alice, and when she and Alice find an outsider baby abandoned within the city walls, Nora starts to question whether the outsiders pose as much of a threat to her civilization as she's been taught.
It's unclear how much writing of his autobiography Jimmy Connors actually did, but there's no doubt that The Outsider is the story of a fascinating character.
Appealing people to boycott work with outsider contractors, Syed Ali Gilani said that outsider contractors should not be allowed to execute contract work to exploit locals.
Our challenge in the new world of health care will be to think like an outsider, and to bring in people from the outside with expertise who can help the organization think differently.
He describes himself as a "Libertarian socialist"; but some Labour people distrusted this outsider.
Instead of fretting over what is or is not self-taught and outsider art, Russell seeks to reflect "on the nature, variety, and uses of creativity and to recognize its many sources" (9).