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Wretched Strangers: Borders Movement Homes

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Wretched Strangers : Borders Movement Homes. / Welsch, J.T. (Editor); Lehóczky, Ágnes (Editor).

Norwich : Boiler House Press, 2018. 324 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Harvard

Welsch, JT & Lehóczky, Á (eds) 2018, Wretched Strangers: Borders Movement Homes. Boiler House Press, Norwich.

APA

Welsch, J. T., & Lehóczky, Á. (Eds.) (2018). Wretched Strangers: Borders Movement Homes. Boiler House Press.

Vancouver

Welsch JT, (ed.), Lehóczky Á, (ed.). Wretched Strangers: Borders Movement Homes. Norwich: Boiler House Press, 2018. 324 p.

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Welsch, J.T. (Editor) ; Lehóczky, Ágnes (Editor). / Wretched Strangers : Borders Movement Homes. Norwich : Boiler House Press, 2018. 324 p.

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