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GIESEN, Bernhard, 2009. The three cultural projects of modernity. In: International Political Anthropology. 2(2), pp. 239-250. ISSN 1974-7268

@article{Giesen2009three-15314, title={The three cultural projects of modernity}, year={2009}, number={2}, volume={2}, issn={1974-7268}, journal={International Political Anthropology}, pages={239--250}, author={Giesen, Bernhard} }

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