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Thresholds of the future. / Fielder, Karen; Mitchell, Belinda.

Interior Futures. ed. / Graeme Brooker; Harriet Harriss; Kevin Walker. Vol. 3 Crucible Press, 2019. p. 138-150.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Fielder, K & Mitchell, B 2019, Thresholds of the future. in G Brooker, H Harriss & K Walker (eds), Interior Futures. vol. 3, Crucible Press, pp. 138-150. <https://www.cruciblepress.com/interiorfutures>

APA

Fielder, K., & Mitchell, B. (2019). Thresholds of the future. In G. Brooker, H. Harriss, & K. Walker (Eds.), Interior Futures (Vol. 3, pp. 138-150). Crucible Press. https://www.cruciblepress.com/interiorfutures

Vancouver

Fielder K, Mitchell B. Thresholds of the future. In Brooker G, Harriss H, Walker K, editors, Interior Futures. Vol. 3. Crucible Press. 2019. p. 138-150

Author

Fielder, Karen ; Mitchell, Belinda. / Thresholds of the future. Interior Futures. editor / Graeme Brooker ; Harriet Harriss ; Kevin Walker. Vol. 3 Crucible Press, 2019. pp. 138-150

Bibtex

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