Responding to Per.Art's Dis_SylphideSix Voices from IFTR's Performance and Disability Working Group

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Responding to Per.Art's Dis_Sylphide : Six Voices from IFTR's Performance and Disability Working Group. / Ames, Margaret; Calvert, Dave; Glorstad, Vibeke; Maguire-Rosier, Kate; McCaffrey, Tony; Schmidt, Yvonne.

In: Theatre Research International, Vol. 44, No. 1, 8, 31.03.2019, p. 82-101.

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Ames, M, Calvert, D, Glorstad, V, Maguire-Rosier, K, McCaffrey, T & Schmidt, Y 2019, 'Responding to Per.Art's Dis_Sylphide: Six Voices from IFTR's Performance and Disability Working Group', Theatre Research International, vol. 44, no. 1, 8, pp. 82-101. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0307883318000846

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Ames, M., Calvert, D., Glorstad, V., Maguire-Rosier, K., McCaffrey, T., & Schmidt, Y. (2019). Responding to Per.Art's Dis_Sylphide: Six Voices from IFTR's Performance and Disability Working Group. Theatre Research International, 44(1), 82-101. [8]. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0307883318000846

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Ames M, Calvert D, Glorstad V, Maguire-Rosier K, McCaffrey T, Schmidt Y. Responding to Per.Art's Dis_Sylphide: Six Voices from IFTR's Performance and Disability Working Group. Theatre Research International. 2019 Mar 31;44(1):82-101. 8. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0307883318000846

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Ames, Margaret ; Calvert, Dave ; Glorstad, Vibeke ; Maguire-Rosier, Kate ; McCaffrey, Tony ; Schmidt, Yvonne. / Responding to Per.Art's Dis_Sylphide : Six Voices from IFTR's Performance and Disability Working Group. In: Theatre Research International. 2019 ; Vol. 44, No. 1. pp. 82-101.

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