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Design (History) and Heritage (Studies): An Introduction

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Design (History) and Heritage (Studies) : An Introduction. / Lees-Maffei, Grace.

Design and Heritage: The Construction of Identity and Belonging. 2021. (Key Issues in Cultural Heritage).

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Harvard

Lees-Maffei, G 2021, Design (History) and Heritage (Studies): An Introduction. in Design and Heritage: The Construction of Identity and Belonging. Key Issues in Cultural Heritage.

APA

Lees-Maffei, G. (2021). Design (History) and Heritage (Studies): An Introduction. Manuscript submitted for publication. In Design and Heritage: The Construction of Identity and Belonging (Key Issues in Cultural Heritage).

Vancouver

Lees-Maffei G. Design (History) and Heritage (Studies): An Introduction. In Design and Heritage: The Construction of Identity and Belonging. 2021. (Key Issues in Cultural Heritage).

Author

Lees-Maffei, Grace. / Design (History) and Heritage (Studies) : An Introduction. Design and Heritage: The Construction of Identity and Belonging. 2021. (Key Issues in Cultural Heritage).

Bibtex

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