Gender and Rural Historya Roundtable

  1. Cabana Iglesia, Ana
  2. French, Henry
  3. Johnson, Colin
  4. Van Molle, Leen
  5. Cariño, Micheline
  6. Serrão, José Vicente
Historia agraria: Revista de agricultura e historia rural

ISSN: 1139-1472

Ano de publicación: 2021

Número: 85

Páxinas: 7-36

Tipo: Artigo

DOI: 10.26882/HISTAGRAR.085D08G DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openDialnet editor

Outras publicacións en: Historia agraria: Revista de agricultura e historia rural

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