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“A Place in the Sun”: Historical Perspectives on the Debate on Development and Modernity in Greenland

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“A Place in the Sun” : Historical Perspectives on the Debate on Development and Modernity in Greenland. / Thisted, Kirsten.

Arctic Modernities: The Environmental, the Exotic and the Everyday. red. / Heidi Hansson; Anka Ryall. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2017. s. 312-344.

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Harvard

Thisted, K 2017, “A Place in the Sun”: Historical Perspectives on the Debate on Development and Modernity in Greenland. i H Hansson & A Ryall (red), Arctic Modernities: The Environmental, the Exotic and the Everyday. Cambridge Scholars Press, s. 312-344.

APA

Thisted, K. (2017). “A Place in the Sun”: Historical Perspectives on the Debate on Development and Modernity in Greenland. I H. Hansson, & A. Ryall (red.), Arctic Modernities: The Environmental, the Exotic and the Everyday (s. 312-344). Cambridge Scholars Press.

Vancouver

Thisted K. “A Place in the Sun”: Historical Perspectives on the Debate on Development and Modernity in Greenland. I Hansson H, Ryall A, red., Arctic Modernities: The Environmental, the Exotic and the Everyday. Cambridge Scholars Press. 2017. s. 312-344

Author

Thisted, Kirsten. / “A Place in the Sun” : Historical Perspectives on the Debate on Development and Modernity in Greenland. Arctic Modernities: The Environmental, the Exotic and the Everyday. red. / Heidi Hansson ; Anka Ryall. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2017. s. 312-344

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