2 edition of Literature Teaching Politics, 6, 1985 found in the catalog.
Literature Teaching Politics, 6, 1985
Literature Teaching Politics (Conference) (6th 1985 Bristol, England)
Specific theme of conference is Socialist Feminist Strategies in education.
|Statement||compiled and edited by Helen Taylor.|
|Contributions||Taylor, Helen, 1947-, Bristol Polytechnic. Department of Humanities.|
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