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Art of Transition: A Deleuzoguattarian Framework

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Art of Transition : A Deleuzoguattarian Framework. / Rose, Emma; Bingley, Amanda; Rioseco Castillo, Macarena.

In: Action Research, 17.01.2021.

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Rose, Emma ; Bingley, Amanda ; Rioseco Castillo, Macarena. / Art of Transition : A Deleuzoguattarian Framework. In: Action Research. 2021.

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