Inverting the Telescope on Borders that Matter: Conversations in Café Europa

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Inverting the Telescope on Borders that Matter: Conversations in Café Europa. / Andersen, Dorte Jagetic; Kramsch, Olivier Thomas; Sandberg, Marie.

In: Journal of Contemporary European Studies (Print Edition), 2015, p. 459-476.

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Andersen, DJ, Kramsch, OT & Sandberg, M 2015, 'Inverting the Telescope on Borders that Matter: Conversations in Café Europa', Journal of Contemporary European Studies (Print Edition), pp. 459-476.

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Andersen, D. J., Kramsch, O. T., & Sandberg, M. (2015). Inverting the Telescope on Borders that Matter: Conversations in Café Europa. Journal of Contemporary European Studies (Print Edition), 459-476. [Volume 23, Issue 4].

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Andersen DJ, Kramsch OT, Sandberg M. Inverting the Telescope on Borders that Matter: Conversations in Café Europa. Journal of Contemporary European Studies (Print Edition). 2015;459-476. Volume 23, Issue 4.

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Andersen, Dorte Jagetic ; Kramsch, Olivier Thomas ; Sandberg, Marie. / Inverting the Telescope on Borders that Matter: Conversations in Café Europa. In: Journal of Contemporary European Studies (Print Edition). 2015 ; pp. 459-476.

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