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New Books in Gender
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4.3 stars from 65 ratings
Depth, detail.
Good opportunity to dive into specific texts and ideas that are current in scholarship. Enjoyable listening too, personality often comes through.
Ode de Reggs via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/21/18
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