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Megalopolitan varieties of Flanerie: identity as a spatial and relational issue in Constanza Macras' Megalopolis

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relational identities, Constanza Macras, dance studies, migration, performance studies

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Stalpaert, Christel. 2012. “Megalopolitan Varieties of Flanerie: Identity as a Spatial and Relational Issue in Constanza Macras’ Megalopolis.” In Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner : Liber Amicorum Voor Rik Pinxten, ed. Ine Pisters, An van Dienderen, and Chia Longman, 383–390. Ghent, Belgium: Academia Press.
APA
Stalpaert, C. (2012). Megalopolitan varieties of Flanerie: identity as a spatial and relational issue in Constanza Macras’ Megalopolis. In I. Pisters, A. van Dienderen, & C. Longman (Eds.), Guess who’s coming to dinner : Liber Amicorum voor Rik Pinxten (pp. 383–390). Ghent, Belgium: Academia Press.
Vancouver
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Stalpaert C. Megalopolitan varieties of Flanerie: identity as a spatial and relational issue in Constanza Macras’ Megalopolis. In: Pisters I, van Dienderen A, Longman C, editors. Guess who’s coming to dinner : Liber Amicorum voor Rik Pinxten. Ghent, Belgium: Academia Press; 2012. p. 383–90.
MLA
Stalpaert, Christel. “Megalopolitan Varieties of Flanerie: Identity as a Spatial and Relational Issue in Constanza Macras’ Megalopolis.” Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner : Liber Amicorum Voor Rik Pinxten. Ed. Ine Pisters, An van Dienderen, & Chia Longman. Ghent, Belgium: Academia Press, 2012. 383–390. Print.
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  author       = {Stalpaert, Christel},
  booktitle    = {Guess who's coming to dinner : Liber Amicorum voor Rik Pinxten},
  editor       = {Pisters, Ine and van Dienderen, An and Longman, Chia},
  isbn         = {9789038220130},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {383--390},
  publisher    = {Academia Press},
  title        = {Megalopolitan varieties of Flanerie: identity as a spatial and relational issue in Constanza Macras' Megalopolis},
  year         = {2012},
}