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Bijutsu to jendā : hi taishō no shisen = Art & gender: the asymmetrical regard / hencho Suzuki Tokiko, Chino Kaori, Mabuchi Akiko ; cho Amano Chika ... [et al.]
美術 と ジェンダ- : 非 対称 の 視線 = Art & gender, the asymmetrical regard / 編著 鈴木 杜幾子, 千野 香織, 馬渕 明子 ; 著 天野 知香 ... [et al.]
Bib ID 3821998
Format BookBook
Edition Shinsōban. 
新装版. 
Description Tōkyō : Buryukke, 2003 
東京 : ブリュッケ 2003 
385 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 4434031287
Series

Sex and gender collection, Japanese.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

In Japanese, including articles translated from English.

Subjects Gender identity in art.
Other authors/contributors Suzuki, Tokiko, 1945-  |  Chino, Kaori  |  Mabuchi, Akiko  |  Amano, Chika
鈴木 杜幾子, 1945-  |  千野 香織  |  馬渕 明子  |  天野 知香
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