Critique: The Stakes of Form

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Critique : The Stakes of Form. / Kuhn, Holger (Herausgeber*in); Mehl, Isabel (Herausgeber*in); Khatib, Sami (Herausgeber*in); Söntgen, Beate (Herausgeber*in); Lochner, Oona (Herausgeber*in).

Zürich/Berlin : Diaphanes Verlag, 2020. 352 S.

Publikation: Bücher und AnthologienSammelwerke und AnthologienForschung

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Kuhn, H, Mehl, I, Khatib, S, Söntgen, B & Lochner, O (Hrsg.) 2020, Critique: The Stakes of Form. Diaphanes Verlag, Zürich/Berlin.

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Kuhn H, (ed.), Mehl I, (ed.), Khatib S, (ed.), Söntgen B, (ed.), Lochner O, (ed.). Critique: The Stakes of Form. Zürich/Berlin: Diaphanes Verlag, 2020. 352 S.

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