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Orientalism and Informatics: Alterity from the Chess-Playing Turk to Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. / Geoghegan, Bernard Dionysius.

In: Ex-position, 01.08.2020.

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Geoghegan, BD 2020, 'Orientalism and Informatics: Alterity from the Chess-Playing Turk to Amazon’s Mechanical Turk', Ex-position.

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Geoghegan, B. D. (2020). Orientalism and Informatics: Alterity from the Chess-Playing Turk to Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. Unpublished.

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Geoghegan BD. Orientalism and Informatics: Alterity from the Chess-Playing Turk to Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. Ex-position. 2020 Aug 1.

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Geoghegan, Bernard Dionysius. / Orientalism and Informatics: Alterity from the Chess-Playing Turk to Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. In: Ex-position. 2020.

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