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Sex, Sensation and Nonhuman Interiority in Under the Skin. / Gorfinkel, Elena.

In: Jump Cut, Vol. 57, No. Fall 2016, 8, 16.11.2016.

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Gorfinkel, E 2016, 'Sex, Sensation and Nonhuman Interiority in Under the Skin', Jump Cut, vol. 57, no. Fall 2016, 8. <https://www.ejumpcut.org/archive/jc57.2016/-GorfinkelSkin/index.html>

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Gorfinkel, E. (2016). Sex, Sensation and Nonhuman Interiority in Under the Skin. Jump Cut, 57(Fall 2016), [8]. https://www.ejumpcut.org/archive/jc57.2016/-GorfinkelSkin/index.html

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Gorfinkel E. Sex, Sensation and Nonhuman Interiority in Under the Skin. Jump Cut. 2016 Nov 16;57(Fall 2016). 8.

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Gorfinkel, Elena. / Sex, Sensation and Nonhuman Interiority in Under the Skin. In: Jump Cut. 2016 ; Vol. 57, No. Fall 2016.

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