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‘The path that leads me home’: Eduardo Paolozzi and the arts of transnationalizing

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‘The path that leads me home’ : Eduardo Paolozzi and the arts of transnationalizing. / Duncan, Derek E.

Transcultural Italies: Mobility, Memory and Translation. ed. / Charles Burdett; Loredana Polezzi; Barbara Spadaro. Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2020. p. 127-154 (Italian transnational cultures; Vol. 4).

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Harvard

Duncan, DE 2020, ‘The path that leads me home’: Eduardo Paolozzi and the arts of transnationalizing. in C Burdett, L Polezzi & BS (eds), Transcultural Italies: Mobility, Memory and Translation. Italian transnational cultures, vol. 4, Liverpool University Press, Liverpool , pp. 127-154.

APA

Duncan, D. E. (2020). ‘The path that leads me home’: Eduardo Paolozzi and the arts of transnationalizing. In C. Burdett, L. Polezzi, & B. S. (Eds.), Transcultural Italies: Mobility, Memory and Translation (pp. 127-154). (Italian transnational cultures; Vol. 4). Liverpool University Press.

Vancouver

Duncan DE. ‘The path that leads me home’: Eduardo Paolozzi and the arts of transnationalizing. In Burdett C, Polezzi L, BS, editors, Transcultural Italies: Mobility, Memory and Translation. Liverpool : Liverpool University Press. 2020. p. 127-154. (Italian transnational cultures).

Author

Duncan, Derek E. / ‘The path that leads me home’ : Eduardo Paolozzi and the arts of transnationalizing. Transcultural Italies: Mobility, Memory and Translation. editor / Charles Burdett ; Loredana Polezzi ; Barbara Spadaro. Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2020. pp. 127-154 (Italian transnational cultures).

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