EPOCHE (ethnographic film)

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EPOCHE (ethnographic film). Suhr, Christian (Producer); Petitmengin, Claire (Producer). 2020. Mind and Life Europe.

Research output: Non-textual formPictures, Video and sound recordings (digital)Research

Harvard

Suhr, C & Petitmengin, C, EPOCHE (ethnographic film), 2020, Pictures, Video and sound recordings (digital), Mind and Life Europe. <https://vimeo.com/369014148>

APA

Suhr, C. (Producer), & Petitmengin, C. (Producer). (2020). EPOCHE (ethnographic film). Pictures, Video and sound recordings (digital), Mind and Life Europe. https://vimeo.com/369014148

CBE

Suhr C, Petitmengin C. 2020. EPOCHE (ethnographic film). Mind and Life Europe. [Pictures, Video and sound recordings (digital)].

MLA

Suhr, Christian and Claire Petitmengin, EPOCHE (ethnographic film), Mind and Life Europe, Pictures, Video and sound recordings (digital), 2020, https://vimeo.com/369014148

Vancouver

Suhr C (Producer), Petitmengin C (Producer). EPOCHE (ethnographic film) Mind and Life Europe. 2020.

Author

Suhr, Christian (Producer) ; Petitmengin, Claire (Producer). / EPOCHE (ethnographic film). [Pictures, Video and sound recordings (digital)].

Bibtex

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