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in Indie Reframed
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In this chapter, Pederson and Zimmerman, programmers for the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, a multi-disciplinary, multi-arts, cross-platform festival, examine women’s new...
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The infinite use of finite elements. The structural feature of double *articulation within a *semiotic system allows an