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Closing Reflections Roundtable: Imagining Just and Sustainable Futures, and Next Steps, Part 5 of 7
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|Title:||Closing Reflections Roundtable: Imagining Just and Sustainable Futures, and Next Steps, Part 5 of 7|
|Issue Date:||19 Sep 2015|
|Citation:||Orme, Jennifer. Panel Remarks at “Creating Futures Rooted in Wonder: Bridging Indigenous, Science Fiction, and Fairy-Tale Studies.” University of Hawaiʻi-Mānoa. Honolulu. 19 Sept 2015. http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/10125/40040.|
|Abstract:||On queer theory, fairy tale studies, disruptive desires|
|Appears in Collections:||Creating Futures Rooted in Wonder: Bridges between Indigenous, Science Fiction, and Fairy-Tale Studies|
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