Ireland and the North

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Ireland and the North. / Barber, Fionna (Editor); Hansson, Heidi (Editor); McQuaid, Sara Dybris (Editor).

Oxford : Peter Lang, 2019. 315 p. (Reimagining Ireland; No. 91).

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Harvard

Barber, F, Hansson, H & McQuaid, SD (eds) 2019, Ireland and the North. Reimagining Ireland, no. 91, Peter Lang, Oxford.

APA

Barber, F., Hansson, H., & McQuaid, S. D. (Eds.) (2019). Ireland and the North. Peter Lang. Reimagining Ireland, No. 91

CBE

Barber F, Hansson H, McQuaid SD, ed. 2019. Ireland and the North. Oxford: Peter Lang. 315 p. (Reimagining Ireland; No. 91).

MLA

Barber, Fionna, Heidi Hansson, and Sara Dybris McQuaid, ed. Ireland and the North Oxford: Peter Lang. 2019. (Reimagining Ireland; Journal number 91).

Vancouver

Barber F, (ed.), Hansson H, (ed.), McQuaid SD, (ed.). Ireland and the North. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2019. 315 p. (Reimagining Ireland; No. 91).

Author

Barber, Fionna (Editor) ; Hansson, Heidi (Editor) ; McQuaid, Sara Dybris (Editor). / Ireland and the North. Oxford : Peter Lang, 2019. 315 p. (Reimagining Ireland; No. 91).

Bibtex

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