Olimpia Burchiellaro: LGBTQ Studies, queer politics and coloniality

Maatwk, F., Araneta, K. and Fraser, J. 2021. Olimpia Burchiellaro: LGBTQ Studies, queer politics and coloniality . University of Westminster. https://doi.org/10.34737/w12q6

TitleOlimpia Burchiellaro: LGBTQ Studies, queer politics and coloniality
AuthorsMaatwk, F., Araneta, K. and Fraser, J.
Year2021
PublisherUniversity of Westminster
Pedagogies for Social Justice
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