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In through the Archive: Echoes from a local community

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In through the Archive : Echoes from a local community. / Breinbjerg, Morten; Fritsch, Jonas; Bertelsen, Olav W.

2014. Paper præsenteret ved International Conference of the European Sound Studies Association, Copenhagen, Danmark.

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Harvard

Breinbjerg, M, Fritsch, J & Bertelsen, OW 2014, 'In through the Archive: Echoes from a local community', Paper fremlagt ved International Conference of the European Sound Studies Association, Copenhagen, Danmark, 27/06/2014 - 29/06/2014. <http://essa2014.ku.dk/programme/ESSA2_program_book.pdf>

APA

Breinbjerg, M., Fritsch, J., & Bertelsen, O. W. (2014). In through the Archive: Echoes from a local community. Paper præsenteret ved International Conference of the European Sound Studies Association, Copenhagen, Danmark. http://essa2014.ku.dk/programme/ESSA2_program_book.pdf

CBE

Breinbjerg M, Fritsch J, Bertelsen OW. 2014. In through the Archive: Echoes from a local community. Paper præsenteret ved International Conference of the European Sound Studies Association, Copenhagen, Danmark.

MLA

Breinbjerg, Morten, Jonas Fritsch, og Olav W. Bertelsen In through the Archive: Echoes from a local community. International Conference of the European Sound Studies Association, 27 jun. 2014, Copenhagen, Danmark, Paper, 2014. 6 s.

Vancouver

Breinbjerg M, Fritsch J, Bertelsen OW. In through the Archive: Echoes from a local community. 2014. Paper præsenteret ved International Conference of the European Sound Studies Association, Copenhagen, Danmark.

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Breinbjerg, Morten ; Fritsch, Jonas ; Bertelsen, Olav W. / In through the Archive : Echoes from a local community. Paper præsenteret ved International Conference of the European Sound Studies Association, Copenhagen, Danmark.6 s.

Bibtex

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