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Feminism is queer : the intimate connection between queer and feminist theory / Mimi Marinucci
Bib ID 7125983
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Author
Marinucci, Mimi, author
 
Online Access
Edition Second edition. 
Description London ; New York : Zed Books, 2016 
1 online resource ( xxiii, 200 p.) : illustrations 
ISBN 9781783606771 ((electronic bk.))
1783606770 ((electronic bk.))
Invalid ISBN 9781783606764
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web. 
Subjects Feminist theory.  |  Queer theory.  |  Gender identity.  |  Electronic books.
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