Liminality : A Governing Category in Animate History

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WISCHERMANN, Clemens, Philip HOWELL, 2019. Liminality : A Governing Category in Animate History. In: WISCHERMANN, Clemens, ed., Aline STEINBRECHER, ed., Philip HOWELL, ed.. Animal history in the modern city : exploring liminality. London:Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 1-24. ISBN 978-1-350-05403-5. Available under: doi: 10.5040/9781350054066.0006

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