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Issue 10: Bodies for Sale. Pinguerismo and Negotiated Masculinity in Contemporary Cuba By Abel Sierra Madero
ART AND AESTHETICS IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD Edited by Raminder Kaur, Parul Dave-Mukherji Published: 18-12-2014
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ASA16: Footprints and futures: the time of anthropology, 4-7 July
Anthropology Matters Special Issue, Vol. 16, No. 1,
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