Re-Entangling Design and Science Fiction : The Case of Daleko

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LUERSEN, Eduardo Harry, 2021. Re-Entangling Design and Science Fiction : The Case of Daleko. In: International Journal of Film and Media Arts. Lusófona University. 6(1), pp. 33-54. eISSN 2183-9271. Available under: doi: 10.24140/ijfma.v6.n1.02

@article{Luersen2021ReEnt-58472, title={Re-Entangling Design and Science Fiction : The Case of Daleko}, year={2021}, doi={10.24140/ijfma.v6.n1.02}, number={1}, volume={6}, journal={International Journal of Film and Media Arts}, pages={33--54}, author={Luersen, Eduardo Harry} }

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