The Materiality of Early Modern Collaboration: Texts, Teams, and Touring Companies

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The Materiality of Early Modern Collaboration: Texts, Teams, and Touring Companies. / Panjwani, Varsha.

2010.

Research output: ThesisDoctoral Thesis

Harvard

Panjwani, V 2010, 'The Materiality of Early Modern Collaboration: Texts, Teams, and Touring Companies', PhD, University of York.

APA

Panjwani, V. (2010). The Materiality of Early Modern Collaboration: Texts, Teams, and Touring Companies.

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Panjwani V. The Materiality of Early Modern Collaboration: Texts, Teams, and Touring Companies. 2010.

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Panjwani, Varsha. / The Materiality of Early Modern Collaboration: Texts, Teams, and Touring Companies. 2010.

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