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Feminist Artivisms: Examples of an art history

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Feminist Artivisms : Examples of an art history. / Jelinek, Alana.

Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms. ed. / Katy Deepwell. Amsterdam : Valiz, 2020. p. 214-225.

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Harvard

Jelinek, A 2020, Feminist Artivisms: Examples of an art history. in K Deepwell (ed.), Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms. Valiz, Amsterdam, pp. 214-225.

APA

Jelinek, A. (2020). Feminist Artivisms: Examples of an art history. In K. Deepwell (Ed.), Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms (pp. 214-225). Valiz.

Vancouver

Jelinek A. Feminist Artivisms: Examples of an art history. In Deepwell K, editor, Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms. Amsterdam: Valiz. 2020. p. 214-225

Author

Jelinek, Alana. / Feminist Artivisms : Examples of an art history. Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms. editor / Katy Deepwell. Amsterdam : Valiz, 2020. pp. 214-225

Bibtex

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