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Unsettling assumptions : tradition, gender, drag / edited by Pauline Greenhill, Diane Tye
Bib ID 6607893
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
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Description Boulder, Colorado : Utah State University Press, 2014 
1 online resource (pages cm.) : 
ISBN 0874218985
9780874218985
Invalid ISBN 9780874218978
0874218977
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Description based on print version record.

Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web. 
Subjects Gender identity.  |  Sex role.  |  Gender expression.  |  Queer theory.  |  Manners and customs.  |  Folklore.
Other authors/contributors Greenhill, Pauline, editor of compilation  |  Tye, Diane, 1957- editor of compilation  |  EBSCOhost

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