The 'feminine' university: exploring the possibilities of radically re-thinking higher education within a Cixousian theoretical framework

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Hoult, E. and Marsh, I. 2009. The 'feminine' university: exploring the possibilities of radically re-thinking higher education within a Cixousian theoretical framework.
AuthorsHoult, E. and Marsh, I.
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Year2009
ConferenceSociety for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference 2009
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